Monday, October 13, 2008

Democracy Triumphant (Yet Again)!

From a link over at the Puppy Blender's site:
A newspaper investigation finds more than 30,000 felons who should have been stripped of their right to vote are still registered in Florida.

The Sun Sentinel discovered that at least 4,900 felons turned out in past elections and another 5,600 are still in prison.

Of the felons who are registered, Democrats outnumber Republicans more than two to one.

Secretary of State Kurt Browning tells the newspaper that his staff has failed to remove thousands of ineligible felons because of a shortage of workers and so many new voter registrations.

He says elections workers are now reviewing the voting records but would not say how long the investigation will take.
I would bet that part of the ACORN plan, funded by the Obama campaign's infusion of $800,000, is to simply overwhelm each state's resources to police the voter rolls.

Let's all sing it together: The Future Belongs to Me!


Foxfier said...

Guess that counters the "but voter registration fraud isn't voter fraud! And you can't prove it!" argument.

Rose said...

Voter fraud alert: Houseful of out-of-state Obama activists registered as Ohio voters, received absentee ballots
An entire houseful of young, non-Ohioan Democrat activists have used the Brownlee Avenue address to register themselves to vote in the Buckeye State and secure absentee ballots under extremely shady circumstances — all while mobilizing a large effort to register thousands of others for absentee and early voting. The activists are leaders of a group called “Vote From Home ‘08.”

Their goal is to elect progressive candidates to the White House.

"Progressive" = Voter Fraud!

I'm telling you, KT, this is EXACTLY what's been going on up here - all these phony groups - they are like stock and bond boiler rooms who set up one day in one location, fleece as many people as they can and then move across the street with a new name... these guys then call themselves a "growing coalition" of ____ groups... they are interrelated and funnel funding between them to escape filing requirements. You cannot catch them and cannot do anything about them because they wear the 'grassroots" cloak as a disguise.

I am SICK!

Rose said...

Hey, I'm laughing, but it's not a belly laugh - my nemesis (one of 'em) - the one who got caught writing letters to the editor using other people's names, and made-up names, and his dog's name.... yeah, that one... the one the local paper wrote a cover story on titled Web of Lies - Richard Salzman and other e-mail phonies... (they won a CNPA Award for that one) Yeah, that one - well, Mr. Multiple Personalities is - you guessed it! IN OHIO!

Ensuring the sanctity of the votes, dontcha know?