Skip to comments.Vote Shifts Towards Telling Couple to Have Abortion, Possible Vote Fraud
Posted on 11/22/2010 3:30:28 PM PST by julieee
Vote Shifts Towards Telling Couple to Have Abortion, Possible Vote Fraud
Apple Valley, MN -- Elaborate hoax, publicity stunt or legitimate effort to get input on a major life decision, the vote the infamous Minnesota couple has put online of the potential abortion of their unborn child has taken a turn.
Whereas the vote ran largely in favor of Pete and Alisha Arnold keeping their 17-week-old unborn child, it has seen a seismic shift towards telling the couple to have an abortion.
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Can we vote to abort these parents?
I vote for abortion —— of the parents. Give the innocent child to a loving family and sterilize the couple.
It’s an IQ test.
If you vote on the website, you fail the test.
With the Death Cult of the Left you’ll see vote fraud at any opportunity presented. This was blatantly racked up by people intent on defrauding the process and promoting abortion. I fail to believe that a majority of Americans, or people for that matter, support the casual advancement of violent foetal excision.
However, how dare these sick individuals put the life of their child up to a vote. Sick! What will they tell that child, provided they choose to keep it, when he or she comes to them in 15 years and asks, “Did you really intend on aborting me?”
That sends shivers up and down my spine. The mere idea, the fleeting thought, of my mother entertaining abortion makes me physically ill. The thought that these people aren’t even given the chance to have a say in their development is beyond disturbing; it’s the stuff of nightmares.
Online polls are unreliable.....is this “unexpected” by experts as well?
I don't think you should joke about murdering an unborn child, ever. It's revolting.
“Possible Vote Fraud”? Is there any other kind in MN? But wait until the polls are closed; someone will start finding votes not previously tabulated. That will swing the vote in the desired direction.
Can you imagine the conversation in the future? “Well, Suzie, your Daddy and I didn’t know if we wanted you so you know what we did? We put up a website and we allowed people to vote whether we would abort you or not. For a while there, we didn’t know what we were going to do”. Messed up beyond belief.
My sentiment, exactly.