You're confusing some corruption with total corruption.
Most of the Diebold machines were scrapped after the 2004 election or they added paper trails to them, which proves change is possible once you can point out where the votes are being stolen.
Also we shouldn't just complain about vote stealing. We need poll watchers, exit polls and we need to demand changes whenever necessary to stop vote fraud.
I saw one person suggest using a camcorder to record what the electronic voting machine was doing. (Not sure if it's legal to use camcorders at voting locations though.)
The enemy can't get away with stealing much more than about five percent of the vote before people start suspecting fraud.
Of course, I hate the idea of having to get an extra five percent of the vote to overcome Jewish thievery, but that's the way things are.
Rand Paul and Sharon Angle are ahead in the polls, and there's a strong anti-incumbent trend.
We'll have to see how things turn out on Nov. 2nd.