Skip to comments.Democrats’ Plan for Election 2010: Cheat
Posted on 01/18/2010 8:08:00 AM PST by AJKauf
Destroying the integrity of U.S. elections has been a longtime project for the far left. For over a decade, elected Democrats have manipulated the American people into believing their counterfeit altruistic intentions to enable more citizens to vote. Though largely flying under the radar, theyve been looking for ways to use our legislative system to trump up fraudulent votes and their subterfuge knows no boundaries.
In 1993 Congress passed the National Voter Registration Act, commonly called motor voter. Under the deception that it would boost voter turnout, the bill laid the foundation for much of the voter fraud weve seen over the last 15 years.
Motor voter set stringent provisions and regulations to restrict states abilities to remove names from the voter registry. Consequently, people who have died or moved away from many states are still registered to vote there, and many eligible voters are registered multiple times. Several states have more registered voters than actual citizens. For example, Colorado has a million more registered voters than citizens who are eligible to vote. And, at one time, some counties in Missouri had as much as 153% of their population registered to vote....
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They’re not hiding it either...
The response to cheat = Lock & Load
We will need beaucoup poll watchers to canvass the inner city and Dim strongholds. No doubt, we will be accused of vote suppression for preventing vote fraud.
Our “elections” have become a real joke. We’ve become just another banana republic when it comes to electing people.
We’ve gotta start outcheating them. Free elections in this country are a thing of the past.
Voter fraud is treason and should be prosecuted as such.
You can see it coming; if they pass the Universal Voter Registration Act people who wish to remain free would have not choice except to rally around State secessionist movements or, if they own property and have any cash assets, to leave the so-called U.S. after liquidating their property holdings. It’s probably wise to bank on both strategies in case the one fails because my guess is that after 2012 they’ll start passing laws making it virtually impossible to leave the sink hole this place will be with much more than your underwear.
Ed Schultz on Brown: Id cheat to keep these bastards out
If we could go back to holding elections on a single day it would hamper their cheating a little bit right away.
Are the polls going to be open for 3 weeks again this time around in 2010?
They ALWAYS use “voter suppression” as their argument when anyone tries to verify voter eligibility.
That is indeed their tactic. They claim "suppression and intimidation" be merely asking for in ID. I have to show my identification TWICE to get into work everyday. I have to show it to write a check or to buy cell phone service. This argument has to he shown for what it is... garbage! We need to ensure the integrity of our vote. There should be a major effort to clean this up. so far, I'm not seeing anything. Maybe the Tea Party will have to take the lead again...
We don’t need to cheat: monitor the polls.
That's not enough. If you are monitoring a poll, how do you know the U of Wisconsin student who just voted has already voted at another polling place?
Besides, much of the fraud is on the "found" votes, when no one is around.
The 105% of registered voters who turned out in some Philly precincts in ‘08 were virtually ignored by the LSM...
There are many ways to cheat but there are ways to stop it as well. Conservatives are going to have to be more proactive in the rules of engagement.
FReep mail me if you want on/off the list.
ACORN is alive and well and the dead people are voting.
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