Skip to comments.'Election Sabotage' Alleged in Pennsylvania
Posted on 10/08/2004 11:34:19 AM PDT by RWR8189
Something to Yak About - 'Election Sabotage' Alleged in Pennsylvania
Reports of questionable voter registration activities are increasingly percolating across the country, with officials in Berks Count, PA among the latest to voice concerns. "It's absolutely out of hand," warned county elections director V. Kurt Bellman. "We have blatant duplicate voter registrations." Officials say citizens have complained about left-wing groups "deliberately," putting wrong information on registration forms, while other groups have submitted voter registration forms with fictitious names and addresses. "It's election sabotage," said Commissioner Mark Scott.
Phantom Voters Registered in Ohio
Hamilton County, OH officials are ready to investigate voter registrations for "people who may not exist," all of which reportedly came from the liberal Association of Community Organizations for Reform Now, otherwise known as ACORN. The inquiry has expanded beyond Hamilton County, with officials in Lake and Summit counties, "investigating over 1,000 potential instances of voter registration fraud."
Florida Vote Fraud Concerns Rise
Election officials in Florida are asking local prosecutors to investigate possible vote fraud after finding voter registration forms containing "apparently bogus addresses, including some that match a public park, a parking lot and a utilities building." The state's attorney in Jacksonville has taken custody of the questionable forms for now.
ACORN Registrations Eyed in Florida
Sometimes, less is more, to wit, this paragraph detailing questionable practices alleged against ACORN, as noted in the October 7 edition of the Palm Beach Post: "In St. Petersburg, the state attorney's office is investigating allegations that the Association of Community Organizations for Reform Now, a group pushing the minimum-wage ballot initiative, fraudulently changed party affiliations on voter-registration applications."
NC Sheriff Planning Arrests For Fraudulent Voter Registrations
Alamance County, NC Sheriff Terry Johnson tells local lawmakers he's ready to collar people suspected of using forged documents to register to vote in this year's elections. "Laws are laws," said Sheriff Johnson. "I wouldn't be here if I wasn't serious." Authorities report, "Illegal residents are registering at N.C. Division of Motor Vehicles offices when they obtain driver's licenses or other forms of identification."
Not Obeying Law Or Following Directions Doesn't Constitute 'Voter Disenfranchisement'
We're always told that voting is a really important civic responsibility, not to mention a hugely precious right not to be taken lightly. This is all true. But voting involves more than just showing up on Election Day and pulling the lever, as Sun-Sentinel writer Michael Mayo points out in his October 7 column.
Talkers Profile - Al Kresta
"Al Kresta is a broadcaster and journalist who draws upon his unique faith background to create what is perhaps the most fascinating and most spiritually constructive talk show on radio today. A 1976 graduate of Michigan State University, Al became well known in the Detroit area for his talk show, Talk from the Heart, one of the top-rated Christian talk shows during the 1980s and 90s." (SOURCE: Ave Maria Radio)
The Final Yak
"It's an opportunity for him to explain what he meant by the 'global test' and how America would pass it under his leadership, and why an American Commander in Chief should have to pass a 'global test' before defending our country." (SOURCE: Bush-Cheney '04 Campaign Manager Ken Mehlman, on John Kerry's participation in the Oct. 8 debate)
We were all warned of this weeks - if not months - ago.
And even if we weren't warned, who is really surprised?
Must be why Jimmy Carter wants his buddies at the UN to supervise US elections
so the dems can cheat more easily...
The local GOP Headquarters here in Gettysburg, PA has been vandalized at least 3 times, the windows shot at with a pellet gun, the front window smashed with 2 beer bottles after last week's presidential debate, and threatening graffiti written on the windows. The incidents are buried in our local paper in the police & fire column at the bottom of the column, last week under a different headline. The head of the paper says he does not want to gratify the vandals by giving them a lot of attention. I almost hate our local paper. All of these type of incidents should be on the front page.
On the other hand, practiced as they are in terroist strategies and tactics, one of which is to know thy enemy, better than the enemy knows themselves, they can also count on the fact that the Pubbies will be to afraid to complain lest the Lame Stream Media will say mean things about them.,P> Sadly, you have to hand it to the leftist scum, they maybe anti-American, socialist,fascists, and they are, but they do not how to fight to win.
Let's hope that some of the balls that Republicans showed in Florida in 2000 by finally fighting back are shown this year.
If they continue this trashing of Bush Cheny HDQTRS, signs and other forms of voter intimidation as well as out right fraud, I smell a civil war coming!
Oh - Where is Jimmy Carter to assist?
It left out the illegals voting with a drivers license.
Time for a RICO case against ACORN.
I've been thinking that for awhile now.
In order to transform the US, the dark ones used the greed, naivete, and stupidity of voters to win elections; now that they've hit the wall, they're gonna destroy the electoral system: I never doubted they would, if it were necessary. Trust is the lubricant of the system. They're overwhelming the gatekeepers, and shaking confidence: this is so evil.
Also not mentioned, the guy showing up at the courthouse after 5 pm and made the clerk take a box of dimwitted Muslim registrations. And there's the guy from ACORN with 500 registrations in his car trunk. Geez, it never ends.
What alot of people don't grasp...is that if you can prove one fraud vote in a county...you have a case for a law suit. And the county will be held responsbile in a court. My guess is that well over 100,000 cases will be entered into court by spring of 2005...and the amount of damages will run into the hundreds of billions...no matter who wins.
So prepare for 2008. Yes, there will be a national ID card and you will not be able to vote without that card. You will only be able to get that card in your home county. Absentee ballots will start to become extremely hard to get unless you are based overseas or staying in a hospital. When 2008 rolls around...lots of counties will be scared about the next round of lawsuits....and they will make your life miserable when you come to register to vote. You haven't seen nothing yet...the worst is coming.
One cannot prevail over swarms of locusts by squashing a few underfoot.
Where the hell is the BUSH DOJ on all this BS going on accross the nation
thats exactly where i thought we were heading in 2000. and i hope to high hell we get some sort of universal ID card by 2008. i mean, we have universal currency, why not ID? and in 4 years, we can see just how much voter fraud has been occurring over the years. DemVotes2004 - DemVotes2008 = FraudVotes. simple enough.
I can only see one thing wrong with this.
The Dems can flood the voter registration offices with thousands of extra ballots, but, who will show up on Nov 2nd and vote??
It's one thing to have so many 'extra' forms, but where are they going to get the extra people?
They really wouldn't think of trying to vote twice, or even three times, would they?
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