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  • ‘The Evidence Is Still Coming in’: Chris McDaniel Seeking Poll Book Access in Mississippi

    07/24/2014 4:53:31 PM PDT · 23 of 24
    Hostage to Kennard

    In the context of vote fraud, a registered voter who stays home or votes absentee can be ‘voted’ at a precinct station without their knowledge.

    In such case a conspiracy to stuff the ballot box ensues and the tally sheets need to reflect the appearance of the voter at the voting station. So marks need to be made on the poll sheets.

    One of the findings of the McDaniel election canvassing effort was that in many many counties there were many more ballots cast than there were registered votes. This indicates stuffing the ballot box. So this presents the opportunity for the criminal fraudsters to go and alter the tally sheets.

    The other argument that the criminal fraudsters will use in this context is that not everyone who shows at the voting station appears in the poll book of registered voters. In these cases the voter is given an affidavit form to fill out and is given a provisional ballot. These provisional ballots are to be held back until the status of the voter is sorted out. But those that stuff ballot boxes will dump fraudulent provisional ballots into the mix thereby losing traceability and diluting the votes of true voters.

    But in any case the affidavits associated with provisional ballots should be subject to review and that along with questions centered around absentee ballots are at issue.

  • ‘The Evidence Is Still Coming in’: Chris McDaniel Seeking Poll Book Access in Mississippi

    07/24/2014 4:31:44 PM PDT · 20 of 24
    Hostage to Kennard

    See #19 for a link to the 2nd refiled lawsuit in the Southern District wherein the petition was amended and modified from the 1st. Many affidavits were submitted that witnessed fraud during and after the election.

    I believe the Judge in addressing fraud was attempting to narrow the scope from a decision regarding fraud to one of access.

    But I am afraid that access and fraud are intertwined in this case. Access to redacted copies of records would assure the fraud committed would go on undetected because the usage of white-out does not show up on copies. So there is no way to know if copies reflect the faithful image of the original.

    We will see how astute the judge in this case is.

  • ‘The Evidence Is Still Coming in’: Chris McDaniel Seeking Poll Book Access in Mississippi

    07/24/2014 4:23:44 PM PDT · 19 of 24
    Hostage to Kennard

    Just so others reading the thread can see for themselves quickly, the TTV federal lawsuit is asking among other things in their petition on page 12:

    (b) Require Defendants to immediately make available to any requesting party for copying and/or inspection voter records without redaction of birthdates;

    http://www.scribd.com/doc/233274259/True-the-Vote-v-Mississippi-Motion-for-TRO

  • Boehner indicates no room for Ted Cruz border plan in House bill

    07/24/2014 3:58:10 PM PDT · 5 of 28
    Hostage to SoConPubbie

    Boehner is compromised. So this is no news.

  • ‘The Evidence Is Still Coming in’: Chris McDaniel Seeking Poll Book Access in Mississippi

    07/24/2014 3:56:20 PM PDT · 14 of 24
    Hostage to Kennard

    dob is a side issue.

    Perhaps the more important issue is access to the originals, not copies.

    Affidavits have been filed with the TTV federal lawsuit that swear witness to the alteration of poll books using sharpee markers and white-out on information not related to the voter’s private information; in other words post-election fraud.

    Usage of white-out would not be discernible on ‘copies’.

  • ‘The Evidence Is Still Coming in’: Chris McDaniel Seeking Poll Book Access in Mississippi

    07/24/2014 3:21:41 PM PDT · 10 of 24
    Hostage to Kennard

    > “TTV is asking for record preservation, not ballot material access, in Federal Court.”

    No, you’re wrong on this one. Find the TTV TRO complaint on the web (it’s easy) and look at the draft order. It asks that access be required for all election materials.

  • ‘The Evidence Is Still Coming in’: Chris McDaniel Seeking Poll Book Access in Mississippi

    07/24/2014 3:18:31 PM PDT · 9 of 24
    Hostage to SeekAndFind

    The case hinges on access to a precinct’s ‘poll books’ that show a list of voters registered in the precinct. The ‘poll books’ are used by registered precinct volunteers to check the eligibility of each voter that comes from the line at the voting station. For each voter in line at the voting station, a precinct volunteer will place a mark by the voter’s name on the ‘poll book’ to show the voter appeared and voted. Therefore, the ‘poll books’ become the election’s ‘tally sheets’.

    Note importantly that MS state election law says that all ‘Ballot Box’ materials are to be made available to the McDaniel campaign for a review.

    But how are the materials defined in the ‘Ballot Box’? What are they? Well, certainly tally sheets are defined as Ballot Box materials. But the term ‘Poll Book’ does not appear in the definition. But precinct workers know for sure that the tally sheet is simply the marked up poll book.

    There are 82 counties in MS. 60 of those counties provided access to the ‘poll books’ or tally sheets for the McDaniel campaign to review and they posted a deputy to monitor the reviewers so that nothing can be said to taint the review process. 60 out of 82 counties knew that the McDaniel campaign was completely with their rights to request an inspection of their poll books!

    Furthermore, McDaniel’s lawyers had to file petitions for Writs of Mandamus on 19 counties controlled by the Cochran-Barbour gang in order to get access to their poll books which comprised the tally sheets. And 4 of the hearings on the Writs were won by the McDaniel lawyers. So they decided to cut it short and go to the MS Supreme Cronies of Cochran Court and get all the other 15 counties to provide access with one fell swoop. But the MS Supreme Court decided to play games with words and definitions.

    To give an example that illustrates the absurdity of the MS Supreme Court decision, consider the following:

    A man has a fiancee who happens to be Native American and he wants to marry her. So he applies to the state courthouse for a marriage license. The name of his fiancee happens to be ‘Horse’. The state clerk asks the man who are you going to be marrying? And the man replies ‘Horse’. The clerk then denies the license writing the reason is that a person is not allowed to marry a horse. The man says “look she’s not a Horse (poll book), she’s human (tally sheet)” and the court again says the matter is concluded and that the state asserts that people are not allowed to marry their horses.

    So now the case opened today in federal court under True The Vote (TTV) and a whole lot of Mississippi voters as plaintiffs. Hopefully the federal judge will grant access to the ‘poll books’ so that the election review can be completed and a stop can be put to the nonsense coming from the Cochran-Barbour gang.

  • ‘The Evidence Is Still Coming in’: Chris McDaniel Seeking Poll Book Access in Mississippi

    07/24/2014 2:53:24 PM PDT · 2 of 24
    Hostage to SeekAndFind

    The MS Supreme Court just a few hours ago denied the Motion for Reconsideration. For anyone following the case closely, the MS Supreme Court is clearly in error here but chooses to follow the Cochran-Barbour gang of which they owe their positions and future livelihood.

    Unfettered access to ballot materials by the McDaniel campaign now hinges on the TTV lawsuit in federal court which started its hearing today and hopefully will conclude with a decision soon.

  • Arguments set in US lawsuit over Miss. voter rolls (McDaniel-Cochran Runoff)

    07/24/2014 1:12:52 PM PDT · 32 of 33
    Hostage to All

    McDaniel’s Motion for Reconsideration before the MS Supreme Court has just been denied which is not surprising.

    Now access to the poll books/tally sheets rests on the decision in federal court that should be forthcoming soon.

  • Arguments set in US lawsuit over Miss. voter rolls (McDaniel-Cochran Runoff)

    07/24/2014 12:43:58 PM PDT · 30 of 33
    Hostage to Political Junkie Too

    MCdaniel’s lawyers filed petitions for Writs of Mandamus in 19 counties. They won in 4 counties and then took Harrison county to the MS Supreme Court so they could apply the clear argument to all the rest of the counties without appearing in each county for a hearing. However, the MS Supreme Court ruled the poll books are not defined as part of the ballot box materials. This was an error.

    A Motion of Reconsideration has been filed in MS Supreme Court arguing that poll books are not simply printouts of voter registrations broken down by precinct level. The poll books are kept at a table by registered volunteers to check voter eligibility when they come from the line at precinct voting stations. Then a mark is made in the poll book next to the voter’s names to indicate the voter appeared and voted. The poll books become tally sheets for the election and tally sheets are defined as part of the materials of the ballot box. Tally sheets are in fact part of the ballot box materials and therefore McDaniel has all rights to review the poll book/tally sheets.

    Where the MS Supreme Court erred is in not understanding that poll books are used to keep a tally of voters and therefore are the election’s tally sheets. When the definition of ballot box materials (which lists tally sheets as part) failed to list the term ‘poll books’ as part, the MS Supreme Court ruled that poll books were not part of the ballot box materials as defined in MS State law and were therefore subject to the MS Public Records Disclosure Act.

  • Arguments set in US lawsuit over Miss. voter rolls (McDaniel-Cochran Runoff)

    07/24/2014 12:29:26 PM PDT · 29 of 33
    Hostage to Lurking Libertarian; Political Junkie Too

    What you say is untrue and you know it.

    He is not allowed access to the poll books which were present at each precinct and were in fact used as tally sheets to record whether a voter voted or not. Tally sheets are considered part of the ballot box materials. A motion for reconsideration is now before the MS Supreme Court to emphasize that in fact the poll books were used as tally sheets.

    The poll books are kept during the election by volunteers who come from each party. McDaniel and his officially designated supporters are able to view all and any of the precinct poll books during the election but now that the election is concluded, the MS Secretary of State who is a Barbour stooge has prevented the McDaniel campaign from reviewing the very poll books for which they had all rights to monitor during the election. 60 counties in MS have granted McDaniel access to the poll books/tally sheets without any restriction and that fact of itself points to a deception on the part of Hosemann.

    McDaniel is not allowed access because the poll book/tally sheets are being withheld in 19 counties that are controlled by the Cochran camp. They are charging McDaniel a dollar per page for ‘access’. At an average 14,000 pages per precinct multiplied by 19 counties, the Cochran camp is requiring a payment of at least $266,000 for ‘access’ to ‘copies’. That’s not access, that’s a barrier to access.

    Put all the above together with the affidavits from TTV of alteration of original poll books using sharpee pens and white out on information that is not associated with voter privacy, which would not show up on ‘copies’, and it is obvious the vote fraud is assured if McDaniel accedes to the contrivances of the Cochran people.

  • Walking Republican Moonbat – Ann Coulter Pontificates The Most Ridiculous Argument

    07/24/2014 7:14:18 AM PDT · 3 of 20
    Hostage to cotton1706

    >”...sporadically useful, but generally inconsistent, establishment GOP talking head”

    Good and polite description for Maher’s sperm receptacle. More congenial than the Irish beast that roars inside this conservative.

    Madame Coulter jumped the shark a long time back. She and her paying customers have failed to address the disgusting race baiting that Haley Barbour and his gang including a not-small number of GOP US Senators and Monsieur Bloomberg poured large sums of voter’s money into, without these voters knowledge and with the understanding from these voters that their money would be used for other purposes.

  • Sarah Palin Endorses Joe Carr for Senate Against Lamar Alexander

    07/23/2014 5:17:29 PM PDT · 19 of 24
    Hostage to deport

    It has a mistake. The writer meant to write that Laura was in TN campaigning for Carr.

  • Sorry Billy, If You Like 'Thomas The Tank Engine', You're a RACIST! (Liberal insanity)

    07/23/2014 5:12:49 PM PDT · 6 of 33
    Hostage to AuditTheFed

    What does Monsieur Holder have to say about this?

  • Senators Blast Dem Mega-Donor Over IRS Investigation into Tax Avoidance Scheme

    07/23/2014 1:38:32 PM PDT · 6 of 7
    Hostage to Still Thinking

    When you are about to arrive to wealth, you look for the key to the gate to evade/avoid taxes. Paying the democrats gets the key more often than not. Pay the republican establishment fat cats only when they are in power or include them in on the deal to broker it with their colleagues ‘across the aisle’.

    Apparently this fellow didn’t pay off the right people or enough people. He’s worth 15B so fat cats look at him like a mark.

    Pass the FairTax and all this nonsense goes away while everyone including the rich then pay taxes they’re supposed to pay.

    Study here:
    http://www.fairtax.org/site/PageServer?pagename=FAQs

  • Split Rulings Over Obamacare Point to Another Supreme Court Showdown

    07/22/2014 4:35:47 PM PDT · 49 of 55
    Hostage to Para-Ord.45

    I believe you have it right.

  • Arguments set in US lawsuit over Miss. voter rolls (McDaniel-Cochran Runoff)

    07/22/2014 1:37:03 PM PDT · 2 of 33
    Hostage to petitfour

    Please ping the MS list, thank you.

  • Arguments set in US lawsuit over Miss. voter rolls (McDaniel-Cochran Runoff)

    07/22/2014 1:36:09 PM PDT · 1 of 33
    Hostage
    True The Vote cited federal law in their case here: (http://www.scribd.com/doc/232166906/True-the-Vote-v-Mississippi-Complaint) that would require unfettered access to ALL the voting materials even those that the Mississippi Supreme court restricted against last week.

    The McDaniel campaign has file a Motion to Reconsider last week's ruling by the MS Supreme Court which said that 'poll books' were not defined as part of the ballot box materials and were therefore subject to laws governing public disclosure etc. In other words, accept copies of poll books redacted by persons likely to be Cochran stooges and pay a whole lot of money for them.

    Country clerks who were emboldened by the MS Supreme Court ruling let loose their arrogance and condescension on the McDaniel camp in their letters and court response. They are claiming the poll books are just a list of voter registrations broken down by precinct level.

    http://kingfish1935.blogspot.com/2014/07/and-harrison-rankin-fire-back-at.html

    McDaniel's Motion to Reconsider claims the poll books are converted in fact to tally sheets which are designated as part of the ballot box materials.

    When a voter comes to a precinct voting station, an official volunteer will check their voting registration from the 'poll book' and mark them in the pool book as having voted. Hence, the poll book becomes a tally sheet, a record of who voted.

    Another item of interest is that the official precinct election volunteer is able to see the contents of the precinct's poll books. But McDaniel and his campaign staff are just as every bit as the election volunteer to see these materials and in fact are allowed to be stationed at the precinct voting stations to monitor all aspects of the elections except what happens under the cover at the voting machine which is private only to the actual voter.

    The Mississippi Public Records Disclosure Act that was used by the MS Supreme Court last week in their ruling states that access to the 'general public' is restricted and that birthdates and social security numbers and the like must be kept from view from the 'general public'. Is a serious significant candidate like McDaniel considered to be just a member of the 'general public' when it comes to his own election?

  • Split Rulings Over Obamacare Point to Another Supreme Court Showdown

    07/22/2014 11:33:46 AM PDT · 3 of 55
    Hostage to SeekAndFind

    John Roberts is compromised.

    His last opinion made no sense in the context of Constitutional law and in fact he created his own constitutional basis for upholding the PPACA.

    I wish I was wrong in saying that SCOTUS will uphold the 4th circuit ruling.

  • Second court disagrees, upholds subsidies

    07/22/2014 11:16:11 AM PDT · 27 of 30
    Hostage to Hugh the Scot; maggief

    Yes I was thinking the same; $600 per month per person. And how much of that actually goes to health providers?

  • Fed appeals court panel says most Obamacare subsidies illegal

    07/22/2014 8:51:25 AM PDT · 178 of 316
    Hostage to Conscience of a Conservative

    Yes I think you are on the mark here. No matter the outcome in this court, for sure this goes to the US Supreme Court.

  • Judge tosses Sen. Ron Johnson’s Obamacare lawsuit

    07/22/2014 6:08:23 AM PDT · 8 of 22
    Hostage to SeekAndFind

    I think I am in agreement with this judge.

    Boehner had a chance to win against Obamacare last year when Ted Cruz led the effort to fund all of federal government except for the PPACA Obamacare. But Boehner caved and passed to fund Obamacare and raise the debt ceiling to fund all of Obama’s wish list until after the November elections.

  • James Garner Always Stuck To His Guns When It Came To Politics

    07/20/2014 3:12:23 PM PDT · 27 of 57
    Hostage to rey

    My father was a conservative democrat. I think if he were alive today he would be a conservative independent.

    And I believe James Garner was similar. I cannot see him walking hand in hand with Rock Hudson or any homosexual in a pride parade where men walk naked showing their disgusting private parts in view of children. I cannot see him speaking up for the race baiters be they Al Sharpton or Thad Cochran. I cannot see him speaking up for legalizing (amnesty) of millions and millions of lawbreakers. I cannot see him supporting government shoving its health care laws down everybody’s throats or sicking the IRS on political opponents.

    He was 86 when he died. I did not see him championing anything democrat in his later years. Even 20 years ago the democrat party was far to the right of where it is today.

    A democrat from the era that James Garner lived through is not even close to the democrats of today.

  • Question for Boehner: Will you use the power of the purse to stop Obama’s executive power grabs?

    07/20/2014 7:15:16 AM PDT · 26 of 55
    Hostage to RitaOK; jjotto

    > “Pretty amazing Allahpundit doesn’t seem any more aware than I was, that “power” is not given to the HOR over the dang purse.”

    Power is and isn’t. Congress funds government these days by ‘Continuing Resolution’. These CRs need to be renewed. If the House agrees too renew some funding but refuses to renew other, that is power of the purse. The problem is that Boehner never follows through in using this power.

    What jjotto said is that once funded, it cannot be defunded until the CR is up for renewal. Boehner made sure the current CR is not up for renewal until after the elections this Fall.

  • Question for Boehner: Will you use the power of the purse to stop Obama’s executive power grabs?

    07/20/2014 6:50:15 AM PDT · 21 of 55
    Hostage to jjotto

    They just did it to the IRS.

  • Supreme Court rules McDaniel will not have access to poll books

    07/19/2014 10:07:35 PM PDT · 93 of 93
    Hostage to Kenny

    He has help from a Big Gun named Shaun McCutcheon who has a formidable track record in the court system all the way to the US Supreme Court. He also has help from tens of thousands of passionate supporters.

    I don’t know how it will go but I know that he has a solid case. It depends on the judge that hears the challenge.

    His backup plan is to seek a federal injunction in order to run as a write-in or as an independent. His campaign manager said running in that way is on the table for consideration.

    Usually a space or field is left on ballots or electronic screens for a voter to write or type in their candidate of choice. But state law can prevent those write-ins. A federal injunction could rule that a write-in for Chris McDaniel must be counted.

  • Hillary Clinton Praises GOP Establishment, Big Business For Taking On Tea Party

    07/18/2014 1:52:47 PM PDT · 2 of 22
    Hostage to Hostage

    The rest of the piece:

    With the help of big checks from establishment interests and liberal high-tech moguls like Napster co-founder Sean Parker, who donated $350,000, Cochran allies courted black Democrats and liberal union to get more votes than McDaniel.

    They aired commercials that smeared conservatives as racists who were intent on taking away welfare payments and funding to Historically Black Colleges and Universities to turn out black Democrats for Cochran in the GOP runoff. Cochran allies may have even passed out “walking around money.”

    The Chamber of Commerce, which has vowed to spend at least $50 million against Tea Party candidates and those who oppose amnesty legislation, and Karl Rove’s American Crossroads, have also emphasized their desire to defeat conservative candidates, much to Clinton’s delight.

  • Hillary Clinton Praises GOP Establishment, Big Business For Taking On Tea Party

    07/18/2014 1:51:43 PM PDT · 1 of 22
    Hostage
    So there it is clear as can be, the alliance of Hillary and the GOPe via their network of financial supporters.
  • Priestly Ordination To Men Alone

    07/17/2014 9:45:36 PM PDT · 22 of 50
    Hostage to Romulus

    Why was Cicero’s post in #12 deleted?

  • Priestly Ordination To Men Alone

    07/17/2014 6:53:01 PM PDT · 4 of 50
    Hostage to walkinginthedesert

    Over the last 10 years I have seem hordes of Anglicans/Episcopalians, both men and women, leave their churches and join Catholic and Orthodox Churches.

  • McDaniel's Lawyer: We Have Enough Evidence To Launch Official Election Challenge

    07/17/2014 5:54:53 PM PDT · 50 of 54
    Hostage to sarasmom

    My long ‘rant’ was directed at your demanding demeanor. Who do you think I am? Your personal servant?

  • Dem Rep: Obama Promised Hispanic Caucus 'Major' Executive Actions On Immigration

    07/17/2014 3:54:16 PM PDT · 13 of 13
    Hostage to dandiegirl

    Here is the thinking of certain hispanic persons and groups, how they’ve been indoctrinated and told what their mission is, from another thread:

    “... because American corporations and the CIA had so ruthlessly exploited and abused Central American countries in the past, the only way for people from that region to recoup their societies’ purported losses over time was to migrate Northward, illegally if necessary, up and into the wealthy welfare state of prosperous America to obtain what booty they could for remittances to send back home, to Guatemala, Honduras, Mexico, El Salvador, and so on, and to live as high on the hog as possible while here, engaged in long-term Reconquista.”

  • Dem Rep: Obama Promised Hispanic Caucus 'Major' Executive Actions On Immigration

    07/17/2014 2:55:10 PM PDT · 8 of 13
    Hostage to BlatherNaut

    In light of this behind the scenes action, Sarah Palin’s position in becoming more and more relevant.

  • Supreme Court rules McDaniel will not have access to poll books

    07/17/2014 1:20:03 PM PDT · 66 of 93
    Hostage to Cboldt

    The answer will be in MS Superior Local Court Rules. But a federal injunctive order should proceed as if the dates of local rules were reset to the date of the federal order. So whether MS freezes or allows further gathering is moot.

  • Trey Gowdy: The States Should Bypass Obama and Enforce Immigration Law… Here’s How

    07/17/2014 1:05:49 PM PDT · 20 of 41
    Hostage to PoloSec

    Thanks for posting this. Trey Gowdy is getting more and more of my respect and admiration. This is the first viable solution that I have coming from anyone in DC.

  • Supreme Court rules McDaniel will not have access to poll books

    07/17/2014 1:00:59 PM PDT · 59 of 93
    Hostage to Cboldt

    Election law is structured different from normal axioms.

    Federal courts do not allow their decisions to be rendered moot due to state procedural deadlines. Federal ‘Tolling’ provisions in effect put states in suspension until a federal order has been entered, and then the time clock starts clicking on the next court day following the order.

    My point is that the TTV lawsuit order needs to have this tolling provision included. Otherwise if MS courts play games which I think is probable here, then it’s back to federal court to amend the order and that wastes lots of time.

  • Supreme Court rules McDaniel will not have access to poll books

    07/17/2014 12:56:54 PM PDT · 57 of 93
    Hostage to DoodleDawg

    And this is why the TTV federal lawsuit is crucial now.

  • Supreme Court rules McDaniel will not have access to poll books

    07/17/2014 12:55:08 PM PDT · 56 of 93
    Hostage to Lurking Libertarian

    In reply to your comment on option 1, see #44.

    In reply to your comment on option 4, federal courts do not allow their decisions to be rendered moot due to state procedural deadlines. Federal ‘Tolling’ provisions in effect put states in suspension until a federal order has been entered, and then the time clock starts clicking on the next court day following the order.

    Further to option 4, federal courts hearing election cases understand the importance of time and will accommodate high profile cases to an expedited schedule.

    In reply to your comment on option 5, there are many federal court rulings upholding serious substantial candidates for federal office. These cases hinge on noy allowing state laws to foreclose on a serious candidate’s options and on not disenfranchising a large number of voters who voted for a candidate for federal office. In this case there are hundreds and hundreds of thousands of voters who would be disenfranchised.

  • Supreme Court rules McDaniel will not have access to poll books

    07/17/2014 12:40:46 PM PDT · 45 of 93
    Hostage to Cboldt

    At issue is whether a Mississippi court must admit evidence (original poll books) after the deadline.

    This is why the federal injunction order must state that the review results of the original poll books must be admitted.

  • Supreme Court rules McDaniel will not have access to poll books

    07/17/2014 12:37:51 PM PDT · 44 of 93
    Hostage to Cboldt

    They are redacted by people loyal to Cochran-Barbour. There is already evidence of that. Clerks are on video record denouncing McDaniel and saying he should use the redacted records the same as Cochran. And Cochran’s campaign said they only found about 1000 irregularities.

    Redacted ‘copies’ could never be trusted to reflect the real original materials. There is too much corruption in the background to ever allow redacted copies to be admittes as evidence.

    Best to go with the more than 10,000 pages of documented fraud and at the same time move to join the TTV federal lawsuit to get access to the original poll books which tell unequivocally the story.

    And note that the original poll books implicate potentially tens of thousands of democrat voters in vote fraud.

  • Supreme Court rules McDaniel will not have access to poll books

    07/17/2014 12:31:09 PM PDT · 39 of 93
    Hostage to Cboldt

    The True The Vote (TTV) federal lawsuit cites federal statutes pertaining to elections that require ALL campaign materials designated for safekeeping to be accessible to political parties for review.

    A federal judge from Texas is now assigned to the TTV case. If this judge follows the law, then there is the issue of ‘tolling’ because Mississippi law grants a 12 day window from the time the results are certified to the time a legal challenge must be timely filed.

    I am hoping McDaniel joins TTV in their lawsuit and amends the order for injunction to include a new deadline.

  • Supreme Court rules McDaniel will not have access to poll books

    07/17/2014 12:25:48 PM PDT · 35 of 93
    Hostage to leapfrog0202; Catsrus

    Barbour was a democrat at one time when the South was primarily democrat. Then he switched to republican when it was convenient for him to do so.

    No matter whether Childers or Cochran get elected, the democrats and the GOPe win because they are 2 organizations bought and paid for by the same entities.

  • Constitutional Convention is Within Reach For Conservatives

    07/17/2014 12:15:13 PM PDT · 11 of 57
    Hostage to C19fan

    The leaders of the Assembly of States are proceeding methodically in setting rules and procedures.

    Given their performance to date and the numbers of conservative states, I will lose no sleep.

  • Supreme Court rules McDaniel will not have access to poll books

    07/17/2014 12:07:55 PM PDT · 19 of 93
    Hostage to tennmountainman

    McDaniel’s lawyers said yesterday they are going to serve more than 10,000 pages of documented fraud on the US Attorney’s office, the FEC and the MS AG.

  • Supreme Court rules McDaniel will not have access to poll books

    07/17/2014 12:06:41 PM PDT · 18 of 93
    Hostage to eCSMaster

    The Lord is Justice.

    It is something else here that thrashes about, not the Lord.

  • Supreme Court rules McDaniel will not have access to poll books

    07/17/2014 12:05:01 PM PDT · 12 of 93
    Hostage to Redmen4ever

    Agree with your first point. And I am hoping that the time tolling on the 12 day window to file a legal challenge is stopped by and reset by the federal court.

    Your second point is worthy but it weakens the case immensely to not have the complete canvas.

    Your third point is nuanced and will not be realized because most of the GOP Senators in Congress are under the thumb of McConnell.

  • Constitutional Convention is Within Reach For Conservatives

    07/17/2014 11:57:28 AM PDT · 5 of 57
    Hostage to dignitasnews

    Many people are unaware that the Tea Party tsunami of 2010 effected statehouses more than Congress.

    In 2014 the ground game for statehouses is equally as important as the GOP taking control of the Senate because a GOPe led by the likes of McConnell is no different in outcome than a Senate led by Reid.

  • Supreme Court rules McDaniel will not have access to poll books

    07/17/2014 11:51:19 AM PDT · 1 of 93
    Hostage
    This is devastating news for the McDaniel Campaign. THe MS Supreme Court decision renders the other petitions for writs of Mandamus lost.

    His options now:

    1. Pay for the redacted poll books (requires major funds and puts veracity of redacted records by Cochran operatives into evidence; not good here)

    2. Concede

    3. Take the mountain of evidence in possession now and file the legal challenge to the election. His attorney's said yesterday enough evidence exists to challenge the election and that they will challenge it.

    4. Join the True The Vote lawsuit in federal court and obtain the nonredacted original poll books.

    5. Obtain a federal injunction allowing for an independent campaign or a write-in campaign.

    In my heart, I hope that McDaniel proceeds with option 3 ***because to not do so*** is

    * to set the Tea Party movement back, * lose all representation in Congress as it becomes totally controlled by crony interests, and * it weakens Ted Cruz' expanding profile as a champion of conservatives

  • GOP LOST AT THE BORDER

    07/17/2014 9:53:59 AM PDT · 23 of 24
    Hostage to Ben Ficklin

    Good information thank you.

    Recently republicans in the House have proposed or passed legislation to gut parts of the IRS budget. It seems they could target other law violating agencies, cut their budgets and then fund deportation facilities.

    There can’t be more than a handful of countries where these people are coming from if they are OTM. Barring something extraordinary like and impeachment/conviction, conservatives will be waiting until 2016 for a conservative president to control the DOJ and the State Dept in order to permanently solve this problem at the border.

    Any solution needs to go further and develop charges of treason on groups that advocate border violations, reconquista, etc.

    Further again, the US government must levy charges of child abuse as poignantly described by Sarah Palin against those handful of countries that aided and abetted in this violation of American sovereignty and demand monetary restitution; example must be set.

    Yet further, any islamic radicals caught at the border must not be allowed any access to the US Courts, rather they must be flown and processed immediately at Guantanamo Bay.

    While waiting for a president that can execute these actions, the only tool Congress has short of unlikely impeachment is to target specific budget appropriations and redirect budget savings to the crisis at hand. Such budget actions will not be passed because of Reid and Obama, but there is a chance that the message would get out if republicans did not cave. The message regarding the IRS budget gutting has gotten out to a large extent. It’s possible a similar message regarding border budgeting could get out.

  • McDaniel Campaign Press Conference • full video • 7/16/14 •

    07/17/2014 9:34:01 AM PDT · 21 of 22
    Hostage to RitaOK

    Your points in #14 were in line with the time range as posted in #6. The egregious nature of the entire matter here is particularly highlighted by the deafening silence of the GOP in Washington.