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When 1,099 Felons Vote In A Race Won By 312 Ballots

ehawkins Wrote: Aug 14, 2012 2:56 PM
Coleman gave up to easily. He should have fought back. I financially supported him and am not happy how he folded. Did he even want to win? God bless, yours in Their Hearts, Kenneth M. Fisher, Founding Director Concerned Roman Catholics of America, Inc.
beowulfe Wrote: Aug 14, 2012 3:41 PM
Republicans tend to think it's better for the nation to bow out and accept defeat, even in the face of obvious election fraud, rather than drag the nation through a massive legal battle.

See Nixon in 1960 as another example. It is well documented that Kennedy only "one" because of the massive "vote early, vote often" Chicago voter fraud as well as LBJ's ballot box stuffing in Texas.

Also see John Ashcroft in 2000. Ashcroft's opponent died in a tragic accident just weeks before the election, and his wife took his place. Ashcroft decided to stop campaigning out of respect for his former opponent, but the wife ran disgustingly dishonest attack ads against Ashcroft. Not only that, the dead opponent's name was the one that....
beowulfe Wrote: Aug 14, 2012 3:42 PM
...appeared on the ballot instead of the wife. Ashcroft could have sued in any court in the state and had the results overturned on the basis that the person that "won" the election was not a citizen of the state (dead people can't be a citizen of that state) at the time of the election, but instead, he stepped down (and eventually became Attorney General).
ehawkins Wrote: Aug 14, 2012 2:57 PM
How did my name get changed to my tennants name?

God bless, yours in Their Hearts,
Kenneth M. Fisher, Founding Director
Concerned Roman Catholics of America, Inc.
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