overheard a nice lady about 70 telling her friend the following: Yes, I voted today.
Going back tomorrow too.
They took us to a place that dont ask names and dont write nothing down. They give $20 each time.
She then handed her friend a card I couldnt see and told her friend to call the number.
Lady, n.: 1. A well-mannered and considerate woman with high standards of proper behavior.
Thanks, Brown Deer.
Strong penalites, strong voter i.d. verification. At least as strong as it is to get a drivers license in Fla.
That's nothing, LT! Why in Baltimore, some people have been voting early and often since 1789. Philly and Ballmer have many precincts in which turnout is traditionally recorded at close to 100% ... and if they are not careful ... at over 100%.
It has never quite sunk into the apathetic American mind that if one is registered and doesn't show up at the polls, your vote will be cast by someone else. The dead are never removed from the rolls in Democrat areas. They are issued absentee ballots .. after all who can say they are not absent? But that's getting a bit old-fashioned.
The Sanchez Sisters in California pioneered the virtual multi-generational extended family for those special occasions when traditional vote fraud just will not do.
It's like that popular "Sim City" computer game. First, you invent a virtual address, then a virtual family to live there. Like any family, they have relatives ... children, grandparents ... cousins at other addresses. The Sanchez Team backtracked it and forward-tracked it from actual dead people, to whom they also issued absentee ballots. Brilliant.
Ask B-1 Bob Dornan.