Oct 27 2010

How Much Voter Fraud Can Be Expected?

Published by at 3:15 pm under All General Discussions

Saw this article today on FoxNews.com. It is scary. Voters do not have to prove that they are citizens and are the only ones that have the right to vote in this country? I don’t care if its a federal or state standard. It should be the standard. And this quote tops them all:

“This will enable the many poor people in Arizona who lack driver’s licenses and birth certificates to register to vote,” said Jon Greenbaum, legal director for the Lawyers’ Committee for Civil Rights Under Law.

You have got to be kidding! Its not that they are poor. Its that they are illegal!!!!

The 9th Circuit’s chief judge, Alex Kozinski, wrote a sharp dissent, saying the ruling ignored precedent and was flat wrong on its legal analysis.

“Few panels are able to upset quite so many apple carts all at once,” Kozinski concluded. “Count me out.”

Gov. Jan Brewer and Arizona Secretary of State Ken Bennett issued a joint statement calling the decision an “outrage and a slap in the face to all Arizonans who care about the integrity of their elections.”

“Arizona voters have made their will crystal clear — non-citizens do not have the right to vote,” they wrote. “We will continue to pursue any and all legal remedies to prevent fraudulent voter registration in the State of Arizona, as well as the right of our state citizens to craft appropriate protections.”

This should not only enrage the people of Arizona, it should enrage every American! We have got to stop the voter fraud. It is making a joke of our electoral system. We need to scale back funding for bogus, fluffy, non-helpful, deficit adding programs and spend a little on making sure out votes are legitimate!

DJStrata

14 responses so far

14 Responses to “How Much Voter Fraud Can Be Expected?”

  1. Wilbur Post says:

    Illegal aliens? No, undocumented DemocRats.

  2. WWS says:

    my short answer to the question is “How much ya got?”

    part of why I have a hard time buying into the total blowout model is that I think that a conservative HAS to win by at least 5 or 6 points to actually get credited with the win. When it’s close it’s just gonna be Al Frankenfraud all over again.

  3. lurker9876 says:

    And Maine has a proposal up that would allow non-citizens of Maine to vote.

    I think the vote right should be limited to US citizens.

    wws, agreed. Murray, too. Gore tried but failed and nope, no stolen elections! Franken and Murray both stole their elections!

  4. ivehadit says:

    If anyone can vote then there is no need for an Immigration Department. Period. Because our sovereignty will be zilch…we will just be a large money pool where those who have not had any citizenship training or swearing of allegiance to our country, can come and go, use our services/our dollars/our freedoms, then go home or worse, vote to maintain their scam. They will have no loyalty or accountability to maintaining our country…except to those who perpetuate the scam. THIS HAS GOT TO STOP.

    Always classy democrats, seeking the most vulnerable for their power grabs. When will the blacks and hispanics catch on to them? Tell me something good the democrats have done for either? Both will be worse off after the democrats “help”…as always, imho.

  5. Quite Rightly says:

    You can’t “punish your enemies” in the voting booth if you don’t have a vote.

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  7. RoboMonkey says:

    WWS: part of why I have a hard time buying into the total blowout model is that I think that a conservative HAS to win by at least 5 or 6 points to actually get credited with the win.

    I also wonder if all of this voter fraud, which was clearly set up some time in advance and is being coordinated (SEIU is all over incidents in multiple states), is why people like Pelosi and Biden have been promising their followers that the Dems will keep the Congress?

    P.S. Peep!

  8. Terrye says:

    This reminds me of a story I read years ago about Frank Sanatra’s mother. She was a Democrat precinct committee woman as well as an Italian. She used to meet people when they got off the boat, help them get a job in a union…someplace like at a dock and then register them to vote and tell them who to vote for. She had a bar too and would give them booze if they voted the way she said too. This was in New Jersey and I guess it was not all that unusual.

  9. WWS says:

    Hey robotmonkey! I get the feeling we’ve met in a previous life. Don’t know if you drop by here much – if you don’t, you should! You’d be a great contributor.

    How many lives can one have on the internet? And now I’m reminded that AJ and I first became acquainted on one of the old Delphi boards, back about the time of Bush v Gore, I think. heh – over at Ace’s blog I use the nick Tom Servo, just for old times sake.

  10. SallyVee says:

    Hey, this is cool. A Vote Fraud App has been created and was just launched.

    Read more and download the app here:
    http://biggovernment.com/amoncrief/2010/10/27/introducing-the-voter-fraud-app/

  11. crosspatch says:

    The weather will be bad on election day around Washington DC. Whichever party is most motivated will win in conditions like that. Steel your backbone, determine that you ARE going to vote come hail or high water.

    VOTE (dammit)!

  12. RoboMonkey says:

    WWS – Yes, we have. I thought it might by you.

    Just recently came across this blog, but I follow quite a few others… and have an erratically-updated blog of my own. Post a comment there and you can privately give me your current email address…

  13. RoboMonkey says:

    crosspatch: The weather will be bad on election day around Washington DC. Whichever party is most motivated will win in conditions like that.

    I thought bad weather has been generally shown over the years to depress Dem turnout more than Republican turnout. If so, there are far better places for the storm to happen than DC.