Skip to comments.FNC - Peggy Noonan on Hannity & Colmes talking about massive fraud in the Battleground States
Posted on 10/19/2004 6:41:54 PM PDT by TBBT
Peggy says it's happening in all the key battleground states and it largely being perpetrated by the Democrats (negating Colmes argument that "well the republican are doing it to, and the Republicans are just trying to suppress the vote.)
She says that the 1996 election may be the last one where we go to be on election night and wake up the next morning knowing who the next president will be.
It COULD backfire if they decided to contest and drag it out and we ended up with riots and civil strife. The Dems could be on the way to creating a civil war over this election (we need to pray for an obvious blow out)
I do hope for an obvious blow out, but unfortunataly that may not happen, the dems have said that even if Bush wins decisivly, they will protest and sue. However if another civil war developed, fine, bring it on.........let me see, what states have 2nd amendment rights and what states don't?
Republicans dropped the ball on this. They had 4 years to pass a tough federal law making it a 5-10 years for anyone perpetrating election fraud. It's going to be ugly on Election day and the days immediately following, I'm afraid. Hopefully Bush has enough votes to win comfortably but in any case there will be widespread fraud and whining by the corrupt Democratic Party.
I think he's either doing drugs or is in terrible condition physically and on his last leg.
1896 election, there were people handing out different color ballots-you had to choose which ballot "to cast".
Not much secrecy. The local thug would watch to see how people voted.
Rats have a long history of crookedness. Ashcroft didn't have the guts to prosecute last time. Bush may pay for that this time.
You should not only need to show I.D. to receive a ballot, you should also have to prove citizenship (birth certificate, Passport, etc.) to register. This would cut the legs out from underneath of voter fraud.
Peggy said no jail time was involved - class 5 felony - should be class 1.
I saw that was very impressed with her. She didn't cave in the likes of Combes or the demorats they had on. She is one class lady!
He doesn't look healthy either.....
Look at the crap they tried at the last minute against GHWBush in 1992 when running against Clinton. Apparently he was going to win the election until Lawrence Walsh, the "independent" prosecutor came out with a phony indictment of Weinberger--the weekend before the election.
They are evil cheaters and the GOP is too much the patsy.. Only firm rules about fraud-proofing elections will stop this. But htey will yell louder than a stuffed pig. Ashcroft was the foolish gentleman in 2000 when a Senate seat was stolen from him by Jean Carnahan in Missouri. He did not contest it though he should have. Did you notice how nice the Democrats have been to Mr. Ashcroft ever since for being such a gentleman?
>>Hate to say it, but I am starting to tune Hannity out. I just can't take the format much longer.
You stuck with it for a heckuva lot longer than I did. Short attention span "debate" for the ADD generation.
That'w what I've been afraid of myself. If this isn't a blowout, which I am hopeful of and praying for, this nation could be headed down a nightmarish path all because the Demorats can't stand the idea of losing their power. We all knew Dems wanted power, I guess we really didn't know, or couldn't believe, the lengths they go to get it back. We could be in for a very long and rough road ahead. Noonan alluded to this as well. She said the last election we could know before we went to bed was 1996.
My husband was on the Navy Shooting team so I'm not worried.
Arizona has very good gun laws.
I think she's right. The country is becoming a Third World craphole.
I'm with Peggy. There is ABSOLUTELY no excuse to be going through this, again... we had majority in congress and the laws should have been changed by 2002.
And then they went to Greta's Peterson lawers'd show. Yaaaaaawn...
You made some excellent points. And no, I don't think President Bush was wrong for fighting it out in the courts.