Skip to comments.Obama to sign order creating election reform commission
Posted on 03/28/2013 11:03:42 AM PDT by ColdOne
The executive order will direct the commission to produce a report for Obama within six months of its first public meeting, principal deputy press secretary Josh Earnest said. The panel will be tasked with considering "a variety of ways to shorten lines and promote the efficient conduct of elections" and its findings will be "intended to serve as a best practices guide for state and local election officials to improve voters' experience at the polls under their existing election laws."
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Libs (aka radical left wing extremist demokkkrat scumbags) will be allowed to vote no more than 12 times per election for the candidate(s) of their choice. Conservatives are restricted to no more than one (1) vote per election and said votes are subject to review and possible disqualification. Hanging/indented chads prove intent to vote for a liberal candidate. Indented chads never prove intent to vote for a conservative candidate.
Anytime a democrat wants to “fix” something you can bet you are going to come out of it with less freedom and less of your own money.
Short Story by Isaac Asimov: Franchise
In the future, the United States has converted to an "electronic democracy" where the computer Multivac selects a single person to answer a number of questions. Multivac will then use the answers and other data to determine what the results of an election would be, avoiding the need for an actual election to be held.
The story centers around Norman Muller, the man chosen as "Voter of the Year" in 2008. Although the law requires him to accept the dubious honour, he is not sure that he wants the responsibility of representing the entire electorate, worrying that the result will be unfavorable and he will be blamed.
However, after 'voting', he is very proud that the citizens of the United States had, through him, "exercised once again their free, untrammeled franchise" - a statement that is somewhat ironic as the citizens didn't actually get to vote.
Great minds think alike, Legend.
Not sure there is an EO yet but there is
You can vote the Communist in but youll never be able to vote them out.
That’s the ugly truth.
Voting on the interwebs, because that would be so much more secure and convenient and modern and stuff.
“Shorten the lines”???
Already they are voting—again & again & again —for a month before the election!!!!!
Another redistricting job.
No good can possibly come of this. When Obama is done, elections will be even more corrupt than they already are.
We can always hope it gets as much serious attention as his “jobs commission”.
and the new sweeping reforms must be in place before 2014 congressional elections...
There will be two buckets- on goes into a democrat vote pile, one goes into a shredder because only evil people wont vote democrat
The Kenyan Marxist Community Organizing Manboy thinks the fed can impose its voting rules upon the states? LMAO!!!!
This is the work of Valerie Jarrett.
As soon as communists start to weaken in the polls they start to figure out how to manipulate the vote to maintain power. This has always been what Jarrett is about.
More like - “Can we hook up the Organizing for America database to the voting machines directly so we don’t need to have so many staffers to stuff the ballot box”?
Science fiction was so much more than just spaceships and death rays. As a genre, it contained the most insight into the human condition and human nature.
I recall a story, believed to be by Philip K. Dick, where a guy landed on a planet where a prosperous segment of society lived in extravagence, spending without limit. Their debts were deferred to the 7th generation of offspring. Outside their gleaming city lived huddled masses in squalor. They were the 7th generation, described as “deadbeats unwilling to pay off their lawful debts.”
Sounds kind of familiar...
Send to Beck. Send to Malkin. Toss the ball up the court.
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