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Feds Allow Florida Access to Data to Prevent Voter Fraud

AngryAmerican Wrote: Jul 14, 2012 6:39 PM
Excuse me, but the tyrannical federal government didn't agree to do anything. It was ordered to do so by the court.
obamamama Wrote: Jul 14, 2012 10:51 PM
You guys have hated goverment every since you got beat by them darn yankees while you were fighting for your rich plantation owners right to have slaves even though it kept you unempoyed
Sonny13 Wrote: Jul 15, 2012 10:36 AM
Now that you have an Obama T-Shirt, did you take atvantage of the Obama Cell-Phone at tax-payer expense, subsidized housing, food stamps, and all his other perk's like his auntie and uncle? You one thick S.O.B.. One born every second.
Stan306 Wrote: Jul 14, 2012 7:16 PM
That was my first thought .. the court ordered it... but as rmt5 noted - the administration has ignored that and refused to enforce existing laws... Law and court orders mean nothing to this administration but another data point in the conversation that they believe is only correct when it agrees with what the administration wants.

This all is nothing compared to the complexity when the states find out that the data base they are eventually allowed access to has been screwed around with enough that it is no longer accurate.
rmt5 in MA Wrote: Jul 14, 2012 6:45 PM
Obama has refused to abide by court decisions before. Let's hope that he follows through on this one. When Governor Scott says he's satisfied with the Feds cooperation is when I'll be convinced that Obama is complying.
obamamama Wrote: Jul 14, 2012 10:53 PM
We need to see Mittys taxes for 2000-20003
Sonny13 Wrote: Jul 15, 2012 9:13 AM
Do you have a mouse in your pocket, there is no conservative slobbering boot-licking socialist/marxist Obama parrot like yourself.

Earlier this year, the Obama Administration attempted to block Florida Governor Rick Scott's efforts to purge ineligible voters from Florida voter rolls. A review of drivers license data turned up 2,625 suspected ineligible voters. But the DOJ tried to stop the state from acting on this information.

Nearly two months later, and after getting smacked down by a judge, the Obama Administration is being ordered to help Florida clean up state voter rolls. This past week, the Department of Homeland Security agreed to let Florida access a law enforcement database to prevent non-citizens from voting.