Skip to comments.Video proof of voter fraud in D.C.: why Obama needs skulduggery at the polls
Posted on 04/16/2012 12:33:58 AM PDT by JohnHuang2
President Obama and U.S. Attorney General Eric Holders Justice Department have a new obsession to obstruct any states passing of voter-identification laws, even recently attacking South Carolina and my own state of Texas. Holder calls voter ID laws unnecessary and says voter fraud doesnt exist, but new video proof in his own voting precinct proves otherwise.
Obamas administration says theyre against voter ID laws because they are valiantly trying to keep minorities and the poor from being unfairly discriminated against. But the truth is that they are trying to keep President Obama in office. They know that voter IDs are bad business for this White Houses campaign and re-election.
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Yep, look for obamma to get rid of American protection, ie the secret service, and replace everyone around him with those willing to back his coup if the election can’t be rigged, which is on it’s way as well.. we are watching a violent take over of our country..no one wants the fight, but it appears it will be forced on us..Got Jesus?
Anything one needs to know about how this next election is going to go need only study the al franken election theft.
Exactly, the trunks of Volkswagens everywhere are being stuffed with absentee ballots as we speak!
Oh there you are.
You don’t post much these days, but its always great to read them when you do.
The skullduggery is obvious to everyone except the press.
I hope to see one of your great missives on the political situation soon!
Hyphenated-separatists extort US taxpayers to finance their activities----setting up a hyphenated Third World inside the US.
REFERENCE: The Mérida Initiative (also called Plan Mexico by critics) is a so-called "security cooperation agreement" between the United States and the government of Mexico and the countries of Central America, with the declared aim of combating the threats of drug trafficking, transnational organized crime and money laundering. The assistance includes training, equipment and intelligence.
In seeking partnership with the United States, Mexican officials point out that the illicit drug trade is a shared problem in need of a shared solution, and remark that most of the financing for the Mexican traffickers comes from American drug consumers. U.S. law enforcement officials estimate that US$12 to 15 billion per year flows from the United States to the Mexican traffickers, and that is just in cash, i.e., not including the money sent by wire transfers.
The U.S. Congress passed legislation in late June 2008 to provide Mexico with $400 million and Central American countries with $65 million that year for the Mérida Initiative. The initiative was announced on 22 October 2007 and signed into law on June 30, 2008.
Some of the separatist organizations inside the US:
National Hispanic Institute
Congressional Hispanic Caucus
Congressional Hispanic Conference
LULAC ·MALDEF · NALFO ·SHPE
National Council of La Raza
Association of Hispanic Arts ·MEChA ·UFW
ORGANIZED THIRD WORLDERS OPERATING INSIDE THE US
Costa Rican Americans
Puerto Ricans (stateside)
WASHINGTON More than 24 million voter-registration records in the United States about one in eight are inaccurate, out-of-date or duplicates. Nearly 2.8 million people are registered in two or more states, and perhaps 1.8 million registered voters are dead.
Those estimates, from a report published today by the non-partisan Pew Center on the States, portray a largely paper-based system that is outmoded, expensive and error-prone."We have a ramshackle registration system in the U.S. It's a mess. It's expensive. There isn't central control over the process," said Lawrence Norden of the Brennan Center for Justice at New York University.
Experts say there's no evidence that the errors lead to fraud on Election Day. "The perception of the possibility of fraud drives hyper-partisan policymaking," said David Becker, director of Pew's election initiatives. But inactive voters do cost money. Inaccurate lists mean wasted money on mailings and extra paper ballots.
In Wood County, Ohio, home of Bowling Green State University, there are 106% as many registered voters as there were people in the 2010 Census. "We can't explain it, but obviously having a major university here creates challenges to having our voter-registration list cleaned up," elections director Deborah Hazard said.
Multiple registrationsNearly 2.8 million people are registered to vote in more than one state.
Number of people registered in:
Two states 2,688,046
Three states 68,725
More than three states 1,807
Source: Pew Center on the States
The 1993 National Voter Registration Act, known as the "motor voter" law, made it easier for people to register to vote by, for example, allowing them to register when they get a state driver's license.
That same law also made it more difficult to remove someone from the voting rolls. Unless officials have a death certificate or written confirmation from the voter that they've moved, a voter must miss two presidential elections that's eight years before they can be removed.
The problem is particularly bad in swing states, where parties, campaigns and others canvass the state registering voters, even if they're already registered, and often collecting inaccurate information, Ohio Secretary of State Jon Husted said. "Everybody's registering you here," he said. "We don't really have control of that."
Husted is asking the U.S. Justice Department for guidance on how to clean up the rolls before the presidential election without violating motor voter. "It undermines voter confidence and creates the potential for voter fraud where people could act and vote on their behalf," he said.
Pew's solution: create a multistate data center to give officials voter registrations, motor vehicle records and death certificates from other states, allowing them to spot records that could be removed. That effort is starting this year with Colorado, Delaware, Maryland, Nevada, Oregon, Utah, Virginia and Washington.
"This gives election officials more control over their lists," Becker said. Even so, the motor voter law still applies: "Nothing happens automatically, and even more importantly, it requires something affirmative from the voter." Hazard said Ohio has a similar system to catch voters who die in Ohio, or move within the state. But if a voter moves or dies elsewhere, they can remain on the rolls for years.
http://www.usatoday.com/news/politics/story/2012-02-10/pew-study-inaccurate-voter-registration-rolls/53083406/1 © 2012 USA TODAY, a division of Gannett Co. Inc.
Obamas administration says theyre against voter ID laws.
Because in any state you can buy fake ones?.
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