Skip to comments.How many times did you vote?
Posted on 11/08/2012 2:45:29 PM PST by MNDude
Do any of you think they are joking? Do you think these are extremely rare examples of what liberal voters do?
In Minnesota and many places, you require no ID and you show up to vote whereever you wish. If you are not registered, you just have a friend say you are who you are.
I am not saying that Romney lost by fraud this year, but definately every close election in non-ID states is.
If you beleive voter fraud is very low or insignificant then it must be because you assume:
1. They would not vote several times because they believe it is wrong.
2. They are afraid of getting caught.
3. They don't know how.
4. They lack the passion and conviction to do so.
Target closed up their stores in North Minneapolis because the shoplifting was so high. Do you think these people are not above cheating?
We have been the chumps.
I'm not sure what the solution is. Perhaps there should be a "Minute Man" type of operation where volunteers watch polling booth parking lots and share license plate numbers with a centeral area.
Or perhaps like another Freeper said, this is just becoming Common Law.
(for the phone users)... :)
Obamanation Communism File.
i dont have to keep saying this but a new black panther showed up in philly and it received very little air time. can you imagine if it would have been a guy holding up an NRA sign? it would have received front page news and he probably would have been thrown in jail for harassing voters.
I talked to someone yesterday who has worked the polls in a swing state for 20+ years. She said about 100 in 2500 (4%) voters have what she called, “identity crises” such as people who live in solid Dem states but try and vote in a swing state.
Whether they get to vote is a crapshoot based on the composition of the polling station judges and their tolerance for cries of voter “suppression.” She says in most cases they still get to vote—no doubt for the second time.
“I voted for Obama 4 times- Once in the ‘08 Dem primaries, once in the ‘08 election, and ditto the ‘12 primaries and election.”
I think this does not mean what you think it means.
OK, you’re right on that one. But check out the rest.
Mistakenly I was registered to vote in 3 States. Ohio, Oklahoma and California. Since my name is the same as my son’s I could even have voted 4 times. Generally I vote absentee. This year I did not vote.
Not enough, apparently.
It was the first one I looked at. I commented before I checked the others.