Skip to comments.Citizens' Group Helps Uncover Alleged Rampant Voter Fraud in Houston
Posted on 09/25/2010 12:58:22 PM PDT by JohnD9207
When Catherine Engelbrecht and her friends sat down and started talking politics several years ago, they soon agreed that talking wasnt enough. They wanted to do more. So when the 2008 election came around, about 50 of her friends volunteered to work at Houstons polling places.
What we saw shocked us, she said. There was no one checking IDs, judges would vote for people that asked for help. It was fraud, and we watched like deer in the headlights.
Their shared experience, she says, created True the Vote, a citizen-based grassroots organization that began collecting publicly available voting data to prove that what they saw in their day at the polls was, indeed, happening -- and that it was happening everywhere.
It was a true Tea Party moment, she remembers.
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We’ve got to be firm and vigilant when it comes to the voting booth. Those two values mitigate entirely against Liberal Democrats. How to instill a rigorous and proper voting process? Like you said, ID! Proof of citizenship. Even better: Do not allow anyone to vote who does not pay taxes and/or is unemployed.
Change the not voting criteria to anybody who receives government money who is not a firefighter, military or policeman!
Trust me here: THESE clowns will be out in force on 11/2 and in 2012. If you care about this country, you and your conservative/libertarian pals had better be there as well.
This is how Obama got elected. Make no mistake about it.
The outcome of the efforts grew in importance the day after Vasquez made his announcement. On the morning of Aug. 27, a three-alarm fire destroyed almost all of Harris Countys voting machines, throwing the upcoming Nov. 2 election into turmoil. While the cause wasnt determined, the $40 million blaze, according to press reports, means election officials will be focused on creating a whole new voting system in six weeks. Just how they do it will determine how vulnerable the process becomes.
That fire was no accident.First order of business in Jan. is for GOP controlled Congress is a REAL investigation into the SEIU.
I think this civil war is going to go hot long before 2012.
I think everybody needs to register months in advance, and provide a fingerprint or an eye scan. In the intervening months, we could put the global warming supercomputers to good use to make sure there are not any non-unique registrations, and verify the personal information matches who he sais he is. Then on election day, we can use the low-tech solution of the purple finger. Also the computer voting machines (like the ones in nevada), will have a time stamped printout of every vote cast on that machine (which the voter can see but not touch), which can also serve to make sure “autovotes” were not cast which can also have a security camera to make sure someone was actually standing at the machine at the time the paper vote was made. At the end of the election, the machine numbers can be posted, but a group of bi-partisan can quickly do a count of paper to verify the machine. For the individual polling places, it should not take that long.
But out of all of that, I think the low-tech purple finger, will do the most to reduce the fraud
Liar = Obama.
Cheater = Feds.
Thief = Congress.
Con artist = Piss-Stream Media.
Throw 'em all out.
LOL.Nice job, Bob.
(Hey, that rhymes.)
Hard to argue with that, but I'm sure some lawyers would find it discriminatory in some way.
>”Do not allow anyone to vote who does not pay taxes and/or is unemployed.”
Taxes I could understand, but unemployment? In this economy?
I hope this means Sheila Jackson-Lee is in deep do-do.
I guess a better way to put it is “anyone who habitually lives off the public dole.”
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