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7 Examples That Show Voter Fraud Is A Huge Problem

jmccune Wrote: Sep 15, 2012 9:42 AM
There are 2 reasons the Democrats are against voter ID: 1. They need voter fraud to get elected. 2. They need voter fraud to blame their loss on if they don't get elected.
peaceman Wrote: Sep 16, 2012 6:30 PM
Pretty funny considering the facts; PA Supreme Court (or was it Ohio) shut down the 'voter ID' legislation because there was NO discernible proof of election fraud, judge asked directly 'what's the hurry?' and lawyers couldn't make an argument. It's true that the voter rolls really need to be cleaned up more but, given the evidence, there's no real concern no matter what conservative orgs have been saying. Even the PA state senate leader openly admitted (his video has been all over the media) that voter ID law was all about getting Romney elected (shades of Al Gore's loss to Bush). The 'current effort' is tainted with politics so much so that it's failing to have the impact it hoped for...many local election supervisors, like
peaceman Wrote: Sep 16, 2012 6:36 PM
in Florida, have refused to execute the purge orders:

You may not like 1 0r 2 of these sources but, really, the facts are clear...
1Falcon1 Wrote: Sep 17, 2012 1:53 AM
yep they are clear democrats commit voter fraud
peaceman Wrote: Sep 17, 2012 6:25 AM
Can you back up your claim?? You need to listen beyond the talking points you hear on 'conservative media' which is why I provided links and you responded with nothing. So if you can read and not just listen to radio or watch TV, you'll see there are NO valid claims of voter fraud but rather just voter the past 10 years with over 200 million votes in federal elections, only 10 cases of conviction of which only 4 having do with voter impersonation...
geotay Wrote: Sep 15, 2012 12:21 PM
And if you don't believe jmccune, just ask Al Gore.

After George W. Bush defeated Al Gore at the ballot box and in a rare show of fortitude for a Republican, didn't stand by haplessly wringing his hands when Gore tried to lawyer his way into the White House, liberals were outraged. Sure, Gore had never been ahead at any point, but OBVIOUSLY voter fraud had cost Democrats the election. Afterwards, Democrats DEMANDED that we do more to insure the integrity of our elections. Republicans agreed and for a while, we finally had an issue where there was genuine bipartisan agreement. Then came the 2004 elections and many of the...