Practicality is the superior metric.
We judge security just this way, if a threat requires tons of resources to pull off, yet the enemy has another , more limited means of creating the same or similar effect, that first threat isn’t as reasonable to expect.
e.g. Guys setting off an EMP device in a van, isn’t as likely as someone using a van to deliver good ol’ explosives. You need far more resources and technical expertise to pull the former off, and it damages less well than a well delivered IED.
It’s thus possible, not practical.
No reason I shouldn’t judge election security any differently.
An illegal vote is an illegal vote, it does not matter who casts it.
And remember FC, we do find voter fraud. You’re saying the Democrats are doing the impractical thing, and somehow hide it, when they don’t hide the rest of the fraud.
Which would be a completely irrational thing for them to do. An illegal vote isn’t any less illegal, just because a citizen does it. A cheat is a cheat.
Oh and btw; most cheating isn’t even done at the polls. It’s done by people who control the ballot boxes.
The vote counters, the chain of custody, those people. Not rank & file.