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Obama Likely Won Re-Election Through Election Fraud

acantlon Wrote: Nov 16, 2012 1:51 PM
The only practical solution to rectify the situation would be to assemble all the registered voters in each precient , if they do not match the voter base then alter the situation to fix the problem, make all present ID's & provetheir right to vote in that precient , if there are more voters than the legally registered base then register them, in the next election anyone whom does not appear should be checked & if not newly leagly registered registered, should be escorted to the sheriff & charged with election fraud!
Colleen63 Wrote: Nov 21, 2012 1:53 PM
Am thankful that I live in Virginia, as we recently passed a law requiring ID prior to voting. At the precinct I worked on 11/6, we checked in 2,640 registered voters by verifying them against their driver's license or voter registration card (or a very very VERY few of them by other means as outlined in the new voter ID law). We had a few people throw a fit because they never registered to vote once they moved to this precinct and were mad that they couldn't just register at the time of voting, and we had one guy run out of the building when asked to verify his story why he didn't have any of the acceptable forms of ID with him, before we even got a chance to explain how he could cast a provisional ballot.
Rebecca239 Wrote: Nov 17, 2012 9:49 PM
Excellent idea! Even if in the cities it would take a couple of years to carry out. Guess they should have thought twice about lying and stealing votes.
Drifter Wrote: Nov 20, 2012 12:22 AM
Why think twice when it worked.

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