Saturday, May 7, 2011

I still OPPOSE senate bill 22 and so much more.

Date: April 9, 2011 8:21:23 PM CDT
Subject: OPPOSE senate bill 22 and so much more

Dear Scott Walker,
I am sure you noticed the change in my subject line right away. Just in case you didn't, I OPPOSE senate bill 22 and so much more. Additionally, Kathy Nickolaus' computer needs to be seized. I am unsure how a personal computer can be used for professional business without accountability. How can the public be assured that she is the only one with access to election changing results? If I understand her history correctly, she was a computer specialist with the State Assembly Republican Caucus for 13 years. The State Assembly Republican Caucus was ultimately dismantled because of scandals, and many people were charged with crimes. Kathy Nickolaus was not charged with any crimes because she had an immunity deal. I also read that David Prosser was her boss during this time. Some further research uncovered that she was ultimately responsible for distributing incorrect ballots in 2004, sample ballots which were pre-marked with votes for certain candidates (2005), misreporting candidate victories because of misrecording data (2006), and misreporting candidate victories after finding uncounted votes (2007). All of this, of course, was before the recommendations to improve election security by Lori Schubert (Internal Audit manager), which Kathy Nickolaus said she'd take into consideration. I have a saying for sticky situations such as this "Uh-oh! Spaghetti O's!". Let me correct myself; it is not my saying, but rather a familiar saying that I like to repeat. :) Thank you for your attention to this matter. I still OPPOSE senate bill 22 and so much more.
Carrie K
"Plants are shaped by cultivation and men by education. .. We are born weak, we need strength; we are born totally unprovided, we need aid; we are born stupid, we need judgment. Everything we do not have at our birth and which we need when we are grown is given us by education." (Jean Jacques Rousseau, Emile, On Philosophy of Education)

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