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Another Myth of Voter Fraud
Posted - 7/26/2013 3:18:41 PM | show profile | flag this post
Remember the "over [sic] 900 confirmed" cases of deceased citizens voting in South Carolina that Gov Haley and other SC Republicans were freaking out about last year?
"In the end, just five votes remained unresolved after extensive investigation."
Posted - 7/26/2013 3:41:03 PM | show profile | flag this post
well, obviously, those five are a threat to the republic..
and as such, must be stood against a wall and shot..
and the bodies should be propped up and shot again..
Posted - 8/2/2013 10:52:19 PM | show profile | flag this post
Voter fraud is a huge problem...
Only it's not minority voters who are sneaking back several times at the polls to cast ballots. There are around zero cases of that ever even happening. Why is someone going to risk prison time to give a candidate an extra vote? No, the real voter fraud is always done on the inside, by people who have access to absentee votes, etc. However, those people are hardly ever caught because they are in charge. So the repubs are throwing smokescreens trying to blame all those people without IDs who are doing all the phony voting when we know who the real culprits are. Let's face it, the biggest vote rigging scandal in history was in Florida in 2000. The repubs stole the presidency with the help of Bush's brother, his campaign chair who was sec. of state and the crooked Supreme Court. If you want to cry about a phony election, let's start there.
Posted - 8/2/2013 11:37:01 PM | show profile | flag this post
If this is the kind of bullsh*t left wingers believe
I grieve for the future of my country.
Not a SINGLE THING the previous poster said was true. It's all urban legend and left wing talking points...both carefully crafted to keep the level of anger and resentment of the left against conservatives at a fever pitch.
Limbaugh calls them "low-information voters" and there was a perfect example.
Posted - 8/2/2013 11:45:51 PM | show profile | flag this post
crujiztwit..you shouldn't try to revise history..
you're hopelessly bad at it..
everyone on these board saw what happened in florida in 2000..most of us reported on it..we KNOW what happened..you obviously don't..
try to stick to things you DO know..which does, I know, limit your scope to near microscopic size..but it is what it is..
Posted - 8/3/2013 1:59:07 AM | show profile | flag this post
Yeah, I do
Bush sued to stop Gore's marathon recounts and the Supreme Court agreed 7-2. Then by a 5-4 vote they forced Florida to abide by the election laws that were duly on its books.
I know you left wingers hate to confront that but those are the facts. You can stick with the urban legends if you choose but then YOU'D be the one who was wrong.
Posted - 8/3/2013 2:04:18 AM | show profile | flag this post
at the risk of repeating myself..
we were there..
Posted - 8/8/2013 6:10:05 AM | show profile | flag this post
A Repub friend of mine
(one of many btw) coincidentally just brought this up with me yesterday. (We have a big Voter ID case on the State Courts here in PA)
Anyway, I told him the same thing I would tell cruise---It's ironic that conservatives just LOVE the SCOTUS when it comes to issues like 'Bush v Gore'...that's 'Settled Law' donchaknow. (Or as Scalia famously put it it "That comes up all the time, and my usual response is 'get over it')...
...but ...but...but...There's no problem with Boehner & Company wasting everyones time and money trying to repeal ObamaCare for the 40th time (they're just doing they're duty, see?) even though the SCOTUS already OK'd it. For that matter the SCOTUS already had that pesky Roe v Wade thing a few years back--and that hasn't stopped conservatives in Congress (and elsewhere) from wasting everyones time and money with introducing abortion bans every week.
Needless to say, my friend couldn't really disagree, and I'm sure I didn't 'change his mind' (any more than I could do with cruise), but he sure walked away with something to think about.
Posted - 8/8/2013 8:47:54 AM | show profile | flag this post
doing what polls show the majority of americans want isn't "wasting everyones time".
polls do not favor obamacare or abortion barbie.
orthicon Posted -
at the risk of repeating myself..
we were there..
really? prove it.....
Posted - 8/8/2013 9:59:06 AM | show profile | flag this post
orth does not have to prove anything to you, connie.
what is this ... first grade?
Posted - 8/8/2013 11:11:34 AM | show profile | flag this post
Village Gal ? bulletin board posting 101..... perhaps a refresher course will help you.
"all hat no cattle" lib posters are quite tiresome........
Posted - 8/8/2013 12:13:07 PM | show profile | flag this post
VG, con's posts aren't worth attention. They're the product of an illiterate who mistakerates belligerence for brains.
Posted - 8/9/2013 1:41:40 PM | show profile | flag this post
Cruiser , if you weren't such an idiot...
I would be more upset. But since you are so mentally challenged, if you knew anything about the laws that were on the books in FL in 2000 and how the FL Supreme Court tried to implement them but were blocked by SCOTUS you would be pissed even though your person won. It was legally one of the worst decisions in SCOTUS history, and it led to us getting the worst President ever. Election day 2000 is going to go down as the day our country started its downward spiral.
Posted - 8/9/2013 2:23:57 PM | show profile | flag this post
I'm perfectly aware
that you and your left wing brethren see this issue through partisan glasses.
I read the complaint, I read the decision, I read the applicable law. The court's decision was correct.