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Sunday, November 2, 2008

Winning by any Means?

I had an exterminator tell me one time, that for every cockroach you see, there are 10-20 hiding that you don't see.







Voter Fraud Expected to be Rampant

Wary Eyes on "Sign up and Vote"

Boon for Voter Fraud

Voter Fraud Watch

Voter Fraud Chaos

The common denominator here is... you guessed it...the liberal Democratic party.
Their spokesmen try to say that Republicans greatly exaggerate voter fraud, but the facts say otherwise.

I'm praying that every fraudulent vote cast will be caught. I'm not worried about polls, because they can be skewed. I'm depending on the patriots of this country to get off their apathy and get out and vote.

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At 10:08 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

If this voter registration and voter fraud is not straightened up now and we get the Democrat controlled Presidency and legislative bodies, we will be praying for the Lord to come quickly as we will be no better than any and all third world countries with no religious freedoms or freedoms of expression. Everyone that dares speak negatively of Obama now is being scrutinized or investigated. I see Bible prophesy being fulfilled. mom2

 
At 7:03 AM, Blogger Ms.Green said...

Mom2, I hate to sound cynical, but I believe that fraud is so rampant among the democrats that there's little chance this election will be fair. I believe the media is fraudulent in it's reporting of the news. I believe the polls are misleading to say the least, fraudulent at the most. I believe states that don't require an ID to vote are promoting fraud, and I believe our system is inept.

My son lived in Missouri for many years after graduating from high school, and was registered to vote there. He moved here to Louisiana several years ago, and registered to vote here. We recently found out that he is still registered to vote in Missouri. So if he were dishonest, he could vote here and then make the day's drive to Missouri and vote again.

Multiply this by thousands or even hundreds of thousands, add sinful and dishonest men into the equation, and you have mass fraud on your hands.

 
At 4:19 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

We had a similar thing happen today with my son, who moved back in Dec. His name was on the rolls here, but for a while they were calling his former residence and saying he was still registered there. Finally got it straightened out here, but I wondered if someone might have voted him in the former location and it is a Democrat controlled county. mom2

 
At 1:09 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

You guys just take everything that happens that you don't like and make up a story so that you don't have to believe it's true. No evidence required, huh?

 
At 2:08 PM, Blogger Ms.Green said...

Not sure I understand, anon. What is it that you think we made up?

 
At 8:24 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

>If this voter registration and voter fraud is not straightened up

>fraud is so rampant among the democrats that there's little chance this election will be fair

>I believe the polls are misleading to say the least, fraudulent at the most

>I believe the media is fraudulent in it's reporting of the news.

>(the story of how your son could have committed voter fraud and thus there must be hundreds of thousands of cases)

>I wondered if someone might have voted him in the former location and it is a Democrat controlled county.

Don't like the election results? Just decide everything that you don't agree with is wrong, notice a potential voting problem, extrapolate that a few hundred thousand times, (ignore that it would take millions), then assume that's what actually happened without any evidence.

Of course you don't realize you do it.

 
At 4:50 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

If there were no evil intentions with all those Acorn multiple registrations, how do you explain a major candidate failing to work to correct it? If honesty is desired, show it! mom2

 
At 6:40 AM, Blogger Ms.Green said...

Acorn has been proven to be involved in mass voter fraud. We're not just projecting our own feelings on the subject, anon.

 
At 10:16 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

ACORN doesn't hold elections.

The candidates aren't in charge of running elections.

Oh, and the whole thing never happened.

http://blog.wired.com/27bstroke6/2008/11/republican-poli.html

 
At 10:35 AM, Blogger Ms.Green said...

Thanks for the link, anon. Reading through the entire article you linked included the following:

A reader has pointed out a second Politico story, however, that lists a number of other cases in several states in which false voter registrations led to fraudulent votes. The piece also quotes former ACORN workers who say the organization had no quality control and even alleged that some ACORN affiliates purposely flooded election officials with false applications to create confusion that would lead to some applicants getting on the voter roll. Here are a couple of salient paragraphs from the piece.


Anita MonCrief, an ACORN whistle-blower who worked for both it and its Project Vote registration affiliate from 2005 until early this year, agrees. "It's ludicrous to say that fake registrations can't become fraudulent votes," she told me. "I assure you that if you can get them on the rolls you can get them to vote, especially using absentee ballots." MonCrief, a 29-year old University of Alabama graduate who wanted to become part of the civil rights movement, worked as a strategic consultant for ACORN as well as a development associate with Project Vote and sat in on meetings with the national staffs of both groups. She has given me documents that back up many of her statements, including one that indicates that the goal of ACORN's New Mexico affiliate was that only 40 percent of its submitted registrations had to be valid.

MonCrief also told me that some ACORN affiliates had a conscious strategy of flooding voter registration offices with suspect last-minute forms in part to create confusion and chaos that would make it more likely suspect voters would be allowed to cast ballots by overworked officials. Nate Toller, who worked on ACORN registration drives and headed an ACORN campaign against Wal-Mart in California until 2006, agrees. "There's no quality control on purpose, no checks and balances," he told me
.


There's more after that, for those who are interested. Check out Anon's link in this comment thread.

 

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