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Message For International Election Meddlers: “Butt Out”

NewJAl Wrote: Nov 07, 2012 5:21 PM
Interestingly enough, these UN busybodies criticized us for our stupid and lax voting management. They have many effective ways of making sure one vote, one voter, and found fault with all the loopholes that will or will not show up, this time around. People, like Hillary, may have been enthusiastic to have them come, but, as with many an experiment, the outcome is surprising.
truckingal Wrote: Nov 08, 2012 12:11 PM
Offensive as UN meddling is, recognize where it originates (the Left) and turn it against them! I suggest we beat the Left over the head with the 'observer's comments regarding voter ID and increased security in determining who votes. Place them between the rock and the hard place and force them to vocally go against their own observers' recommendations. And next election the Right should invite the UN Observers to observe a few specific polling places-in Philadelphia, Detroit, Chicago, St Louis, Atlanta, etc. Wonder what they'd thing of the New Black Panthers and intimidation then??

When I voted yesterday in Smyrna, Georgia, I exchanged pleasantries with poll workers, watched children waiting patiently in line with their parents, and shook hands with a local candidate I know. It was, despite the Rainy Day in Georgia, a thoroughly pleasant and uplifting experience – as voting in a free country should be. Unfortunately, but reflecting a clear trend toward confrontational voting, some voters in other communities and states were not so fortunate.

In some areas, such as Philadelphia, so-called “New Black Panther Party” members, decked out in black berets, metal insignias, sunglasses and special forces-styled black jackets, stationed themselves...