VOTER FRAUD ALERT.
I can't understand why anyone is crying about the money at this point. $54,000 is only half of Oliphant's annual salary. I would imagine her office furniture and trimmings cost at least as much.
I can't beleive these comments coming on the same day as an article stating that over $1 Billion has been spent on advertising in this election.
Let's see, I guess it depends on how one defines value. ... Manipulating election so that pro-union/ trial lawyer wins governorship. $54,000.
Protection of procecss for democratically elected republic? Priceless.
I think it's important to note that while there's always been a 'whole lotta corrrrruption goin' on here' (thanks, Rush), there is a major difference now. In the past, an attempt was made to keep this under wraps. They are now careless (SD), in-your-face confrontational (NJ), bold (FL) and matter-of-fact (college students in MN).
This smacks of Clinton & McAuliffe....the bigger the lie, the greater the fraud, the more blatant the hypocrisy, the more you dare - double dare - the opposition to say something about it.
While it gets tiresome to continue ranting about the media, this is the ace in the hole of the Dems in every election cycle. If - or when - the Republicans complain or point out the graft and corruption, the media will rush to find an indiscretion or an example of corruption by a Republican. This will then be followed by a smug assertion: they all do it, so why are the mean Republicans picking on the Democrats?
They continue to do this because it works.
It is important that Republicans - conservative, moderate or liberal - put aside their differences and get rid of the RATS.... starting with Clinton & McAuliffe.
Boycott MSNBC - they'll soon be defunct. Boycott CNN - they're marginalized at best. Few here pay any attention to the big 3 networks - keep it up.
Sen. Inhofe was on Fox & Friends this morning and did a fantastic job talking about North Korea. Send him a note and thank him for being blunt and tough. Don't just complain; when you see an elected official do something good, let them know you appreciate it. Remember the bees & honey adage.
The new RNC has developed a spine - but they need our help. We need to put FEET ON THE GROUND ... not just money in the coffers. What the elected officials can't complain about - we can. Write, phone and fax the media - every day - until they're sick of hearing from us.
Question number two? What body of water did they go to? Okeechobee, the Atlantic, the Gulf or maybe in the Hillsborough River by McLawyer's humble home.
First the machines and now 57,000 absentee ballots...