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Dems In Pa County Will Issue Voter ID
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Posted on 09/21/2012 11:47:01 AM PDT by Andrei Bulba

I haven't been here long enough to post this in News, but many of you read all new posts. In today's paper, I see the democrats in Montgomery County, PA, are using a "loophole" in the voter ID law to have nursing homes in the county issue voter ID cards. Believe me they control these institutions. The article in today's paper makes no bones about this being the democrats who control the county, using a loophole to issue their own voter ID's.

I knew they would start printing voter ID's up and can assure you they will allow fraud to occur.


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To: FredZarguna
Oh, OK, then you stand by the ridiculous claim that voter fraud in the upper age quartile isn't an issue

Nonsense, I made no such claim.

as well as the claim that a judge/clerk of elections will be able to examine a photo of the wrong person with a dead man's name on it and somehow "divine" that he is not who he claims to be.

Again, I made no such claim. I said election monitors would have to scrutinize any photo ID presented until the state ordered the counties to comply with a uniform statewide standard.

I sure don't want to put words into your mouth.

LOL, then stop doing it.

21 posted on 09/21/2012 8:45:33 PM PDT by smoothsailing
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