‘Dilbert’ Takes On Electronic Voting Machines

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By: E&P Staff

The “Dilbert” comic, which rarely contains political references, seems to contain one today about hackable and malfunctioning electronic voting machines.

Scott Adams’ Thursday comic shows Dogbert saying to an employee: “You work in a cubicle while your routers and servers have a private office with their own climate control. The machines have taken over. Your job is to provide them with electricity.”

Then, in the last panel, Dogbert concludes: “And do you think those electronic voting machines care about your opinion?”

“Dilbert” runs in more than 2,000 newspapers via United Media.

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