Skip to comments.Clinton Campaign: Obama Campaign Intimidated Voters in Nevada
Posted on 08/21/2008 2:05:39 PM PDT by Winged Hussar
It is obvious that Hillary Clinton endorsed Obama only because she would probably have been excommunicated from the Democratic Party for failure to do so. The truth is that her campaign accused, and credibly so, the Obama campaign of serious misconduct during the Nevada Caucuses. This misconduct included intimidation of voters and what sounds a lot like Chicago-style machine politics at their worst. We encourage our readers to circulate the following PDF file, and/or the optical character transcription of it, as widely as possible to encourage Clinton supporters to either not vote for President or, even better, vote for McCain.
Compounding this blatant distortion of the caucus rules was an egregious effort by the Obama campaign to manipulate the voter registration process in its own favor, thereby disenfranchising countless voters. Finally, the Committee has received a vast number of reliable reports of voter suppression and intimidation by the Obama campaign or its allies.
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I live in NV and had an Obama campaigner ring my doorbell last Sunday. He was the goofiest looking f****r I’ve seen in a long time. British acccent, too (and, yes, he had bad teeth...and hair....and skin...). Anyway, I entertained him on the doorstep until my killer dachshunds figured out he was the enemy and ran him off the property. I yelled at him to close the gate behind him on his way out. He didn’t.
Perhaps the debut of this film on Saturday is to help start the Hillary “take over” at the convention?
Vote for the Messiah, Love ?
"On Ronald! On Reagan! Sic' him!"
Thanks for posting.
“Killer dachshunds”, I love it.
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