posted on 10/17/2002 10:17:04 AM PDT
The state works largely on an honor system in which voters who go to the polls on Election Day aren't asked for identification.
Haven't they learned that the honor system only works with honorable people and that the Rats have no honor?
"Christopher Maynard, a Dakota State University political scientist, doubts that incidents of voter fraud are part of a comprehensive, intentional effort on the part of state Democrats."
posted on 10/17/2002 10:28:19 AM PDT
a crooked election in the home of Dasshole.....shocking....positively shocking
Christopher Maynard, a Dakota State University political scientist, doubts that incidents of voter fraud are part of a comprehensive, intentional effort on the part of state Democrats.
I doubt that these incidents are part of a state democrats also.
it's clear that these polls with 500-700 people aren't accurate, but allow democrats like zogby to call an outcome closer than reality
If the FBI does anything about this, I will be EXTREMELY surprised. Nothing is ever done about Democrat voter fraud, and the Dems never need to worry about the press any more, either. So why should they worry? Besides which, who on earth is going to investigate fraud among Indians, who are a designated victim group?
There always used to be some fraud. But with the press clearly unwilling to put the heat on any of their Democrat friends, fraud has grown massively over the past ten years. Clinton worked full time on fund-raising and election fraud among illegal aliens, double voters, and the dead; and nothing has changed with his man McAuliffe at the DNC.
posted on 10/17/2002 2:46:48 PM PDT
Self-PING, and BUMP!
Interesting how it was a DemoncRAT in Florida, Al Gore,then Later Janet Reno, A DemoncRAT in New Jersey,"The Torricelli Fill-in Case" and now in S.Dakota with "The Dass". They've all got problems with voting, don't they?Hmmm, I see a trend happening before our very eyes.....
posted on 10/17/2002 5:29:53 PM PDT
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