Comedy Central, April 7, 2004
The Daily Show's John Stewart on e-voting: "If there's one thing we learned from our last presidential election, it's that democracy is far too important to rely on an outdated error-prone system like punchcard ballots. So, as we gear up for the 2004 vote, many communities have moved on to electronic voting -- a far more high tech, error-prone system."
To watch the entire clip, click on the link above and click the "watch" button below the image of John Kerry and George W. Bush. Stewart's story, featuring an interview with a RABA Technologies computer scientist explaining how easy it was to hack into and alter votes on Diebold's server, is toward the end of the online segment.
You can also view streamed video of the full segment, plus the "Moment of Zen at the end, courtesy of Avi Rubin's web site.