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Feds Allow Florida Access to Data to Prevent Voter Fraud

SageAdvice10 Wrote: Jul 14, 2012 3:32 PM
Same damn stuff these un-American Crapheaded POS attempted to pull back in 2000. Just remember folks....All friggin un-American, pudsucking perverted sh!t for brains Democrapheaded libturds....SUCK Bg_Dks!
SageAdvice10 Wrote: Jul 14, 2012 3:39 PM
Sorry, I meant to say, attempted to pull back in Florida in 2000, when the USSC had to kick the commie bastridges in the teeth for trying to steal the Presidential election back then.
Dave M Wrote: Jul 14, 2012 5:17 PM
The courts are the other part of the problem.
Until 2000 the standard rule for recounts was that all the recount rules had to be in place BEFORE the election and deadlines were exactly that- deadlines. The courts job in adjudicating election results was to see that the existing rules were followed. Nowadays courts make the rules up on the fly.

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.