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Thursday, March 05, 2009

Using Automated Voting Machines in the 2010 Philippine Election

I go with this idea.For one, teachers and volunteers' lives are spare specially in Muslim areas.They give their time and effort to peacefully exercise this right. But fate is always with them.Most of them are threatened and if they don't give the wants of evil people it's easy for them to put their guns in front of the poor victims and hit the trigger! Isn't it unfair and a sign of social injustice!? I read an article before about the advantages and disadvantages of using Automated Voting Machines in Philippine Election this coming 2010.It stressed that if there's a will, there's a way.No matter what the process of counting the votes if a person wants to win, he'll do everything it takes to get what he craves for! As of today, there are people who are really good at software programs.Now that we are experiencing great financial crisis, a person can even betray his country and give up his dignity in exchange of money that is needed for his family. This phenomena could have been prevented if poverty is not at hand!We can't deny the fact that corruption in my country is high. It's sad to know about this. So I guess the best thing to do is for every Filipino to give their best in everything we do. 2010 Presidential Election is fast approaching.I'm now completing my list of possible candidates who are going to be my bets.I'm calling for every Filipino citizen to support the country in this period.


violet said...

hi sa'yo ^_^

laro kang name game pag may libreng oras ^_^

bisita sa Ang Pumatol


bobbyboy said...

I like this post a lot! I understand everything that you wrote and why. For me, in the U.S., I don't like the computer machines because there's way too much room for more cheating than has been already (a lot of cheating under dictator Bush and Co.)

I think politicians everywhere are similar with corruption, but the people are good and want good things.

Good luck in the election and your choice when you vote :)

ladyinpurple said...

Thanks Bob

I do hope that we'll have a better/peaceful and not worse election period next yr

InfoWebExplore said...

Hi, thanks for comments. Initially did not know where Davao City is:). Just figured out now:).

ladyinpurple said...

I'm aware that there are people in the world who don't know where my city is...that's ok.

On the other hand, some know that it was the biggest city in the world.. some part of it were taken away to do better management

A.Jaye said...


I'm Nigerian descent and we have a similar or greater problem each election. Here in Britain there is talk of possible irregularities/errors in the count should we turn to automation.

Democracy ie the people has to be vigilant. Technology is not bad but people are not exclusively good.

I know you love your country.

ladyinpurple said...

Yes, we need to be vigilant in order to observe peace, progress and equality in the country.

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