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Criminal Complaint Filed Against Kos for Conspiracy to Commit Vote Fraud
Illinois Review ^ | 1-12-08 | John Bambenek

Posted on 01/13/2008 2:13:13 PM PST by indigo5

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To: indigo5
This is great! It will help get the word to Dims to vote for Mitt! hahahahahah


I'd rather be waterboarded than vote for McCain.
51 posted on 01/13/2008 7:04:28 PM PST by citizen (Capt. McQueeg: "Have any of you an explanation for the quart of missing strawberries?" [click-clack])
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Now if they really wanted to cause problems, they’d vote for Ron Paul...


52 posted on 01/13/2008 7:27:30 PM PST by indigo5
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To: indigo5

I think Republicans should engage the rats in battle and cross party lines to vote for Hillary, B. Hussein, or John Edwards - - you know, somebody who will be easy for any Republican to landslide.


53 posted on 01/13/2008 7:33:52 PM PST by Lancey Howard
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To: driftdiver

The Democratic Party strongly supports the Civil Rights of Necro-Americans!


54 posted on 01/13/2008 7:38:01 PM PST by Lonesome in Massachussets (Being an idealist excuses nothing. Hitler was an idealist.)
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To: ER Doc
Kos suggested this plan for Michigan because the DNC is not going to seat the Michigan Dem delegates anyway, in retribution for Michigan having moved the primary date up against the terms of a prior agreement. As a result, the major Dem candidates aren’t contesting Michigan.

Obama is not on the ballot but I'm fairly sure that clinton is. How much would you like to bet that the DNC will rescind its refusal to seat the Michagan delegation if she needs their votes (i.e. the 'super delegates' aren't enough to swing the nomination to her)?

55 posted on 01/13/2008 7:43:59 PM PST by Bob
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To: ER Doc
In 1988, Republican voters again crossed over, helping Jesse Jackson win the Democratic primary, helping rack up big margins for Jackson in Republican precincts. (Michigan Republicans can clearly be counted on to practice the worst of racial politics.)

Only a twisted mind could describe whites voting for a black man as 'the worst of racial politics'. If their earlier voting for a segregationist embarrassed Democrats, voting for JJ was probably the Michigan Republicans' effort to apologize for embarrassing them. :=)

56 posted on 01/13/2008 7:52:03 PM PST by Bob
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To: indigo5

haha...Now that would be sort of fun in a car crash humor sort of way.


57 posted on 01/13/2008 8:13:52 PM PST by citizen (Capt. McQueeg: "Have any of you an explanation for the quart of missing strawberries?" [click-clack])
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To: indigo5

Bump.


58 posted on 01/13/2008 8:27:08 PM PST by nw_arizona_granny (http://www.freerepublic.com/focus/news/1886546/posts?page=4972#4972 45 Item Communist Manifesto)
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To: indigo5

Each state has its own law that determines when a person is a Democrat or Republican. In Texas, party of a voter is determined at the time of the primary. Anyone who is registered to vote may vote in the Democrat Primary and automatically becomes a Democrat by that action. Likewise, a person who votes in the Republican Primary automatically becomes a Republican.

If Michigan law is like Texas law, any voter may vote in either primary. Some states require a person to actually register in a separate action from voting, as a Democrat or Republican. One would have to check Michigan law to determine how party affiliation is acquired. State election law for any state is easy to find. Do a search for “(any state) Secretary of State”. There will be a link on that website to the state’s election law. Do a search in that law for “party affiliation” and the law will be there.


59 posted on 01/13/2008 8:34:30 PM PST by Marcella
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“He’s going after Kos for telling Democrats to vote as Republicans when they have no intention to change parties.”

Free speech - he can say what he wants, but that doesn’t “force” anyone to do that. The only way to tell if a voter was, in his/her mind, acually a Democrat, would be to crack open his/her skull and take out brain material to see if it had “Democrat” written on it. In other words, what a person thinks in his/her mind cannot be determined, therefore no illegal act can be proven when the voter votes. An elected party official, such as a chairman or a precinct chair, IS of a certain party, but I don’t think any of those would want to switch parties at a primary election.


60 posted on 01/13/2008 8:48:29 PM PST by Marcella
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To: Bob
Clinton is the candidate of the DLC (Democratic Leadership Council), not the DNC, headed by Howard Dean. The DNC is theoretically neutral, and I don’t think Dean is a big Clinton fan. Many of her super delegates committed when the MSM was following the “Clinton Inevitability” meme. Her support isn’t all that strong through the party.
61 posted on 01/13/2008 10:11:04 PM PST by ER Doc
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Clinton is the candidate of the DLC (Democratic Leadership Council), not the DNC, headed by Howard Dean. The DNC is theoretically neutral, and I don’t think Dean is a big Clinton fan. Many of her super delegates committed when the MSM was following the “Clinton Inevitability” meme. Her support isn’t all that strong through the party.

As right as you may be on that, I wouldn't put anything past the clintons.

62 posted on 01/13/2008 10:16:25 PM PST by Bob
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