This Week's Hot Topic of The Week Letter

From: Bryan K.
Sent on: Wednesday, April 25, 2012 2:40 PM

This week’s Hot Topic letter
Dear Members,
As you know, we have established a “Media and Communications” committee. One of the goals of this committee is to choose one timely and important topic every week, and then launch a mass letter-writing response from our members to the appropriate newspapers and political figures to make them aware of our position.
The process is very simple. Approximately every week you will receive an e-mail containing a letter written by our committee with that particular week’s ‘Hot Topic’.
There will be a Word Document attached to every e-mail containing a pre-written and approved letter. If you would like to participate in that weeks campaign you simply print out that letter and mail it to one of the newspaper or political recipients listed below. Feel free to mail the letter as is, edit it as you see fit, or write one of your own.
The only additions you will need to make to our pre-printed letter is a salutation, and then adding your name and address at the end.
We will always provide complete addresses of major newspapers and politicians on the bottom of every weekly Hot Topic letter so that you can mail, or e-mail your letter to one or more of them.
This week’s Hot Topic letter is attached to this e-mail. Mail it out to the recipients you wish. Let’s flood the mailboxes of our politicians and newspaper editors. We can no longer afford to stay silent. Let’s make our voices heard! 
This week’s topic: 
Voting tabulation via “SCYTL”. The United States of America has a brand new private ‘vote counting’ company that the Obama administration has personally handpicked. The name of that company is SCYTL.
The reason for our letters: 
We are concerned about voter fraud. The United States of America has a brand new private vote counting company that the Obama administration has personally handpicked. The name of that company is SCYTL. SCYTL claims that it is a worldwide leader in the development of secure solutions for electoral modernization. However the issue here is that we do not trust them, the Obama Administration, or any centralized entity that has the potential of rigging any election in the future. In 2008, the Florida Department of State looked into using SCYTL’s remote voting system but turned it down. Their reasons:
“Our findings identified vulnerabilities that, in the worst case, could result in (i) voters being unable to cast votes, (ii) an election result that does not accurately reflect the will of the voters, or (iii) disclosure of confidential information, such as the votes cast by a voter. The extent to which these vulnerabilities could actually be exploited in the ODBP is beyond the scope of this report given our lack of system context. Secure handling and audit of the Voter Choice Records may defend against some or all of these vulnerabilities, but these procedures were not available for review.”
What is the message we want to send: 
As per Michael Savage, the critical component to a free election will not be handled by individual precincts, but by a company over which we have little control.  The problem is that once the votes are merged, it will be impossible to go back and check their integrity at the local level.  It is very likely that this is the final step in Barack Obama’s corruption of the voting process.  It has the promise of enabling him and his cohorts to control the outcomes of federal elections with no accountability.  On top of that, it is one more step toward a global government. Let’s all remember what Joseph Stalin said:

“The people who cast the votes decide nothing. The people who count  the votes decide everything.”
Each State has a choice of using this process and New York State has already chosen to use SCYTL.  That is the reason your letter should be sent to the Secretary of State, Cesar A. Perales, for New York.
Secretary of State Cesar A. Perales
New York State
One Commerce Plaza,
99 Washington Avenue
Albany, New York[masked]
April 25, 2012
Dear Secretary Perales:
Over the last several months, I have been following the stories about SCYTL, a foreign vote tabulation company in Spain.  There is a long list of reasons why this is alarming and unacceptable.  The State of Florida reviewed the system and declined to use this system in the 2008 election due to their concerns about inaccurate counts.
New York State used the SCTYL voting tabulation company for the 2010 midterm elections for the overseas count.  Since that time there have been reported concerns as to the validity of the count performed by SCYTL.  In the 2012 Republican presidential primary in South Carolina, there were concerns of voter fraud.  Ben Harris, an elections and voter fraud expert reports that election results are more difficult to monitor for fraud.
I would like to request that you review your choice for using SCYTL before the 2012 election and for any other future elections.  The many concerns about voter fraud with this company are reason enough to cancel any contract and give New Yorkers peace of mind that their vote has been correctly counted.
(Your name
Phone Number)
E-mail and Postal Mailing Addresses
President Barack Obama
The White House
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Washington, DC 20500
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Secretary of State Cesar A. Perales
New York State
One Commerce Plaza,
99 Washington Avenue
Albany, New York [masked]
C/o Newsday
235 Pinelawn Road
Melville, NY 11747
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The New York Times:
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the New York Times
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The Daily News:
Address: 4 New York Plaza, New York, NY 10004
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