Skip to comments.Vote Fraud (Questionable Spanish Language Ballots In New York)
Posted on 12/27/2012 7:52:50 AM PST by OddLane
Although many on the left have a vested interest in denying it exists at all costs, the ineluctable truth of the matter is that voter fraud is a widespread phenomenon. Whether it is so rampant that it influences the outcome of major elections, as some maintain, or has unseated incumbent congressmen in past races, is open to debate.
However, the recorded episodes of fraudulent voting and the manipulation of the election process, from corrupt Democratic officials in Indiana, to vote harvesters in Texas, to political apparatchiks in Ohio, to the Republican secretary of state of Indiana, demonstrate that the number of people who have violated state and federal election laws is substantial. One organization in particular, ACORN, has submitted thousands of fraudulent voter registration forms and has had dozens of its former employees indicted for violating such laws.
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I doubt if it was just “show.” My father’s parents were from Italy and although they occassionally spoke it to each other, aside from a phrase or word here and there they ALWAYS spoke English to my parents, my sister and me. Grandpa got quite incensed when I asked him to teach me Italian. “Forget Italy! That country never did ANYTHING for this family! You’re an American...you speak American!”
He hated Italy.
I doubt if it was just show.
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I agree...I just didn’t express that properly, but learning English and the ‘customs’ were paramount, something that quite a few of today’s ‘newcomers’ don’t want to do -AND, sadly, ‘we’ accommodate them.
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