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To: Mo1

I'm amazed. Did I actually read someone suggest that if the Dems are registering more voters that Ashcroft needs to investigate? So now we're at a point where an opposition party can't try to sign voters up? What has HAPPENED to the Republican party I knew? I would assume we are still a democracy with two parties free to campaign. I saw nothing at all in that story that suggested there was anything except a get out the vote drive. Has our partisan desire overcome the very reason why people fight and die to defend our country -- elections?

The proper response is for Republicans to also work their tails off..and from what I read Karl Rove is doing just that to get a huge turnout on election day.

So by the comments above should the Democrats now say that it's undemocratic for Karl Rove to get Republican votes out?

I have to read this page again to make sure I read it right. I did think this was a democracy; any political science class talks about the importance of getting out the vote and registering voters. There is nothing illegal or wrong about it (unless you're talking about the 1960 vote in Chicago!)


11 posted on 10/02/2004 10:37:49 PM PDT by jraven
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To: jraven
There is nothing wrong with signing up LEGIT voters

But how much you want to bet there a LARGE number of false registrations in cities and towns across this nation and aboard

I don't know if we are at the point that Ashcroft needs to get involved ..

But someone better be checking to make sure these registrations are real

All that many are asking for is to have a fair and legit election .. that really isn't too much to ask I think

20 posted on 10/02/2004 10:45:09 PM PDT by Mo1 (So tell us Senator Kerry .. why do you think giving Iran nuclear fuel is a good idea ??)
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To: jraven
"unless you're talking about the 1960 vote in Chicago"

I agree with you completely, every adult legal citizen has the right to vote and be registered.

My concern is that this may resemble your statement about the Chicago vote. My comments concern the fact that every voter registered must be verified to be legal and alive.

21 posted on 10/02/2004 10:45:48 PM PDT by Souled_Out
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To: jraven

Wake up and smell the vote fraud... ACT is using Soros' millions to hire felons to go through the phone book and forge thousands of voter registrations... Project Vote just caught red-handed in election felonies, improperly certifying thousands more... One county (Franklin Co., OH) which grew by 26,000 population in the last four years has received 90,000 new registrations, which gives them more registered voters than residents of voting age... and on and on and on.

Go to keyword "votefraud" and read up a bit. There's no one here who has any objection to a legitimate voter legitimately registering to vote, even if they are far-left radical Democrats. What is going on here - and on an apparently unprecedented scale - is massive, deliberate, and organized fraud by the Democrats and allied groups throughout the nation.


28 posted on 10/03/2004 7:22:04 AM PDT by thoughtomator (DON'T LET VOTE FRAUD HAND KERRY THIS ELECTION)
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To: jraven
There is nothing illegal or wrong about it (unless you're talking about the 1960 vote in Chicago!)

Have you been living in a cave,or under a rock???

People are worried that in 2048 we'll still be talking about the infamous 2004 voter fraud ....

Thousands of felons have been 'registering' thousands of imaginary people all around the county.

31 posted on 10/03/2004 8:01:15 AM PDT by JohnnyZ ("Jim, you've got to do in a way that passes the test, that passes the global test" - JFnK)
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