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To: Steely Tom
If they're fraud voters, how did they know what name to look for, what name to sign? Did they have the names memorized?

without voter I.D. laws, it is pretty easy. Let's say you have a neighbor who is a regular voter. In the last couple of years he/she has come down with alzheimers, cancer, serious whatever, and you know for a fact that they will not be going out to vote.

there is nothing in the world to prevent you from voting in their place and signing their name to the list. Noone in the world believes that unless a vote is challenged, anyone compares signatures to the original registration list.

42 posted on 11/09/2012 2:05:07 PM PST by terycarl
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To: terycarl
without voter I.D. laws, it is pretty easy. Let's say you have a neighbor who is a regular voter. In the last couple of years he/she has come down with alzheimers, cancer, serious whatever, and you know for a fact that they will not be going out to vote.

Are there really that many cases of the type you describe? Tens of thousands?

If so, how was the information assembled to make an organized exploit possible? Don't forget, HIPAA laws now make it a serious crime to misuse patient data. there is nothing in the world to prevent you from voting in their place and signing their name to the list. Noone in the world believes that unless a vote is challenged, anyone compares signatures to the original registration list.

OK, so no Wisconsin Republican knows how to challenge a vote? There are no Republican attorneys in Wisconsin who can figure out how to do this?

49 posted on 11/09/2012 2:15:55 PM PST by Steely Tom (If the Constitution can be a living document, I guess a corporation can be a person.)
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To: terycarl
without voter I.D. laws, it is pretty easy. Let's say you have a neighbor who is a regular voter. In the last couple of years he/she has come down with alzheimers, cancer, serious whatever, and you know for a fact that they will not be going out to vote.

Are there really that many cases of the type you describe? Tens of thousands?

If so, how was the information assembled to make an organized exploit possible? Don't forget, HIPAA laws now make it a serious crime to misuse patient data. there is nothing in the world to prevent you from voting in their place and signing their name to the list. Noone in the world believes that unless a vote is challenged, anyone compares signatures to the original registration list.

OK, so no Wisconsin Republican knows how to challenge a vote? There are no Republican attorneys in Wisconsin who can figure out how to do this?

50 posted on 11/09/2012 2:16:13 PM PST by Steely Tom (If the Constitution can be a living document, I guess a corporation can be a person.)
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