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North Carolina Shows the Way for Honest Elections

Steelpony Wrote: Aug 20, 2013 9:22 AM
Ms Schlafly Thanks for picking up the story of NC making an effort to right a pile of wrongs done by the last one hundred years of demon-rats control. Pat McCrory R Mayor of Charlotte NC for fourteen years did an excellent job of managing the city and it was a tough job for the dems to get dirt on him. McCrory put Charlotte on the map in a lot of good ways and now putting the State right on many issues that the corrupt dems trashed the Old North State. Purging the vile people like B Perdue D "lets not have elections for a while", tax hike Mike D Governor in court for fruad, John Edwards D President canidate trail lawyer that talks to dead children when suing doctors and hospitals and it goes on and on. i have worked voting precentics.and observed voter fraud attempts, instructing people in line to vote straight tickets, people refusing to give any form of ID trying to vote and bringing "bus loads" of people from other districts to vote. Hopfully this will make a difference for honest people in NC and it looks like the first R controled House and R Governor will bring this State to fresh air and clear the stinch of past 100 years of the foul smell of past leaders
RockerbabefromGeorgia Wrote: Aug 20, 2013 1:18 PM
Oh really! So, where is the evidence that there have been dishonest elections in NC? Did the local DA do any investigations or bring any charges against those engaged in voter fraud? So just were is your proof of wrongdoing? I suspect that like most in the GOP, this is all hyperbole in an effort to restrict the right to vote, given the number of NC citizens who wish to exercise their constitutional right to vote. As for driving, getting government benefits - well those activities are not constitutionally protected "rights" and a different standard is needed. Since "most of the pas 100 years of foul smelling past leaders" were republican, I think you dost protest way too much.
Auspex Wrote: Aug 20, 2013 4:31 PM
Just be glad you don't have to prove you are a property owner to vote anymore, like in the first few elections in the young U.S.A. Now, you don't need a plot of land, just an official ID. Sounds like a very reasonable trade-off to me.