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  • Non-Citizens Are Voting

    10/30/2014 9:03:13 PM PDT · 57 of 60
    justiceseeker93 to Impy
    “Liberal” used to mean that. According to the dictionary, WE are the liberals and the progressives too. Around the turn of the 19th century the term “liberal” was co-opted by socialists.

    Yes, I'm aware that until perhaps the early 20th century, "liberal" meant essentially what "libertarian" means today.

    You're correct that the word "liberal" was co-opted in the early 20th century to refer to the left. I'm not so sure how much that change in the semantics was from the left itself, or how much the change came about as a result of political commentators of the era.

  • Non-Citizens Are Voting

    10/30/2014 8:52:44 PM PDT · 56 of 60
    justiceseeker93 to OneWingedShark; All
    That's actually the dictionary definition of “liberal.”

    So which specific dictionary is that from? You're telling me that, according to that particular dictionary, the definitions of "Liberal" and "conservative" are said to be subjective, depending on who is using the terms.

    My take would be that the specific dictionary you cite was a creation of a relatively new politically correct editor and/or publisher, with the objective of getting it approved for use in left-run schools and colleges. I can assure you that dictionary creators of past generations wouldn't have to resort to tables such as that. (BTW, I still use my Funk and Wagnalls from the 1970s and find it perfectly adequate with rare exception.)

    So are their several different definitions of what "is" is in your modern-day dictionary, as Clinton stated under oath? :)

  • Non-Citizens Are Voting

    10/30/2014 6:22:31 PM PDT · 48 of 60
    justiceseeker93 to OneWingedShark; txhurl; stephenjohnbanker; Fantasywriter; bgill; AuH2ORepublican; henkster; ...
    Where did you get that dumb table from? Did it come from a dumbed down school textbook? The outrageous part is the upper left quadrant, where the liberal individual sees liberalism is association with "the freedom of the individual and governmental guarantees of individual rights and liberties."

    Anyone who sees Obamacare, for example, as promoting such values is obviously a total ignoramus! That's why the party of the "liberal" is appropriarely called the Dummycrat Party here.

    As to the O'Keefe video, it provides enough evidence to show that the 'Rat operatives encouraging a non-citizen to vote are committing a felony under the NC statute. Where is law enforcement? What are they scared of? The perps on the video should be arrested and charged forthwith, whether they are male or female, white or black. Just a few well-publicized arrests should go a long way to keeping non-citizens away from the polls and keeping 'Rat hacks from promoting their illegal entrance into the American election system. It's called a deterrent effect.

  • As Democrats lose Latinos, Senate could follow

    10/30/2014 11:08:16 AM PDT · 36 of 43
    justiceseeker93 to sickoflibs; All
    On MSNBC EVERY show Dems are pleading for their viewers to VOTE.

    Fortunately, MSNBC ratings are so pathetically low that it hardly matters!

  • As Democrats lose Latinos, Senate could follow

    10/30/2014 11:03:58 AM PDT · 35 of 43
    justiceseeker93 to Din Maker; Cincinatus' Wife; Liz; stephenjohnbanker; cll; Diana in Wisconsin; randita; ...
    First and foremost, let me say that just because a legitimate, registered voter is Hispanic DOES NOT MEAN THEY ARE PRO-AMNESTY! I’m thinking that the Hispanics who are “legal” and went through the process, resent the 11 million illegals getting a free ride.

    Absolutely. That's one subgroup of Hispanics about which the pro-left authoress of the posted article doesn't care.

    Remember also that there are plenty of Hispanics in the United States who aren't immigrants at all, but whose families have been here in some instances for many generations. These people have as much if not more reason to be against amnesty for illegals.

  • As Democrats lose Latinos, Senate could follow

    10/30/2014 9:56:32 AM PDT · 20 of 43
    justiceseeker93 to Liz; Fantasywriter; txhurl; ml/nj; AuH2ORepublican; Kenny Bunk; EDINVA; muawiyah; ScottinVA; ...
    La Raza Circulating Wash/Po's State-By-State Guide On Where To Vote Without Photo ID...aiding and abetting non-citizens to co-opt US elections.

    Now why else would LaRaza circulate a list of places where you can vote without photo ID (the vast majority of states), other than to stimulate illegal voting by non-citizens? And why would the WaPo publish such a list if not to aid and abet groups like LaRaza and in turn, to aid and abet Democrats (illegally) in the mid terms?

    In the same breath, the left staunchly opposes voter photo ID with the inane claim that there is no election fraud and cheating at all so there's no need for photo ID. Well, you can't claim that fraud doesn't exist and promote it at the same time! What duplicitous sleazebags!!

    As far as LaRaza is concerned, they not only want to return the southwest US to Mexico, but they are aligned with radical left extremists of all kinds, including Islamist terrorist groups. Yet "mainstream" American politicians still suck up to them!

  • Nebraska Democrat Stands By Work Defending Nazi War Criminal

    10/29/2014 6:51:59 PM PDT · 27 of 27
    justiceseeker93 to okie01; All
    I was struck by Domina's, well, "creepiness".

    Yes, I got that same feeling as well. Just in time for Halloween.

    But Domina is far from the only one who gives off that vibe. There are, among others, Pelosi, Reid, Gore, Weiner, Grayson, etc., etc.

  • Nebraska Democrat Stands By Work Defending Nazi War Criminal

    10/29/2014 2:41:37 PM PDT · 20 of 27
    justiceseeker93 to MeshugeMikey; Red Steel; GreatOne; MplsSteve; afraidfortherepublic; holdonnow; Sean Hannity; ...
    Al Franken ‘s election likely as not came about as the result of VOTE FRAUD.

    Yes, we know that in the 2008 Franken vs. Coleman Senate election, more than enough votes to change the outcome were cast by individuals who weren't eligible to vote under state law.

    But the real farce was the recount of the already optically scanned ballots by visual inspection and arbitrary criteria under the aegis of the 'rat Secretary of State's office. That turned a narrow Coleman victory based on the optically scanned ballots into a phony Franken "win." The fact that the 'Rats had a majority on the state Supreme Court was important as well.

    Coleman's lawyers were remiss in not appealing to the SCOTUS based on the precedent of Bush v. Gore re the Florida recounts in 2000.

  • FIGHT DEMOCRAT VOTER FRAUD--how you can thwart connivers' plans to steal midterms

    10/29/2014 7:36:49 AM PDT · 30 of 77
    justiceseeker93 to Liz

    Much thanks for your voting fraud alerts.

  • Nebraska Democrat Stands By Work Defending Nazi War Criminal

    10/29/2014 5:29:50 AM PDT · 8 of 27
    justiceseeker93 to smoothsailing; GOPJ; GOPsterinMA; Impy; fieldmarshaldj; Political Junkie Too; butterdezillion; ...
    Heard this Democrat candidate for Senate in Nebraska, Domina, being interviewed on Sean Hannity's radio show Tuesday, Oct. 28. He maintained that he defended his client, a Ukrainian national who allegedly assisted the occupying Nazis in killing Jews in the Ukraine, because of his professional responsibility as an attorney.

    Domina also expressed ultraleft views on the Keystone pipeline, immigration reform, and Islamic radicalism. At the end, as you might expect, things got testy between him and Hannity.

    The good news is that I don't think we have to worry about Domina as another Al Franken in the Senate, since he is 29 points behind his GOP rival in a recent New York Times poll.

  • CBS goes to ground over claims it buried anti-Obama stories

    10/28/2014 8:36:16 PM PDT · 71 of 77
    justiceseeker93 to MadMax, the Grinning Reaper; All
    The attacks in the US claiming that Barry Goldwater was a closet Nazi was the product of one of Obama’ political “friends”, David S. Canter, a Soviet asset, secret member of the Communist Party USA.

    Do you know of any more specific connection between this Canter character and CBS News in 1964, where Canter could have concocted the "Nazis like Goldwater" lie and CBS bought it and aired it, apparently without checking it out? Who specifically at CBS News was close to Canter the Commie?

    Again, as I pointed out before, it sounded completely unbelievable. Even I, as a teenager back then, couldn't believe at the time that Nazis would be celebrating the accomplishments of a man - Goldwater - who had half Jewish ancestry.

  • Dems desperate in Illinois

    10/28/2014 3:34:11 PM PDT · 14 of 21
    justiceseeker93 to stiguy; Fantasywriter; AuH2ORepublican; Kenny Bunk; txhurl; DoughtyOne; billybob; ChicagahAl; ...
    "We will be reviewing our records after the election to see who turned in their ballot and may contact you to ask about your voting experience. Please do not disappoint us."

    It's not just the veiled threat to the voter that's implied here that's important.

    It's probably patently illegal for a political party organization to mail out election ballots to voters. One would assume that only the relevant local election board or agency has the authority to mail or give out an absentee ballot, and then only at the express request of the voter (except for the three states that have all mail-in voting). In some states, a mail-in absentee ballot can only be sent by the election board if the voter completes some paper work indicating a reason he/she would be unable to show up at the polling place in person.

    This seems like one type of cheating scheme that most Americans have never even heard of. Naturally, the Democrats will disguise their sleaziness by calling it a Get Out the Vote campaign.

  • CBS goes to ground over claims it buried anti-Obama stories

    10/28/2014 7:51:26 AM PDT · 31 of 77
    justiceseeker93 to Oldeconomybuyer; Liz; DoughtyOne; left that other site; MadMax, the Grinning Reaper; ...
    Talk about "BS News", there's a long history of that at CBS as well, calculated to sabotage Republican presidential campaigns.

    1964: Within hours of Barry Goldwater's securing the Republican presidential nomination, CBS (don't recall the name of the reporter) went on the air and completely fabricated a story about neo-Nazis in Europe celebrating Goldwater's success. The idea, of course, was to imply that Goldwater was a neo-Nazi. The cruel irony was that Goldwater would be targeted for extermination if the Nazis had their way because his father was Jewish.

    2004: During the height of the presidential campaign, CBS' Dan Rather presented in prime time a totally fabricated story about President George W. Bush allegedly going AWOL from the National Guard during the time he served there about 30 years previously.

    So in addition to censoring real news that reflects badly on the Obama administration, CBS has no qualms about making up "news" that slanders Republicans. And their richly deserved lack of trust is why CBS News Nielsen ratings have been plummeting for decades.

  • Could non-citizens decide the November election?

    10/28/2014 7:06:55 AM PDT · 74 of 77
    justiceseeker93 to Sun; ml/nj; ExTexasRedhead; Liz; DoughtyOne; txhurl; Kenny Bunk; campaignPete R-CT; cripplecreek; ..
    Former Congressman Bob Dornan lost his re-election in Orange Co., CA because of illegals voting, and I’m told by politicos that the GOP, at the time, didn’t even try to help him.

    I’m afraid it’s just as bad, if not worse, now. That’s why I feel we need more Republicans who are not afraid to fight against non-citizens being allowed to vote as well as being against blanket amnesty.

    I feel all of this is tied in together because it shows the MENTALity of many Republican politicians.

    I'm very well aware of that alien voting fraud that was pulled off in that Dornan-Sanchez race. IIRC, Dornan had a national radio talk show (or subbed for some host on one - Rush?) shortly after that election and discussed it on the air.

    I couldn't possibly list all the elections where 'Rats cheated their way to wins they wouldn't otherwise have achieved, by various types of shenanigans. Maybe someone could write a reference history book on the subject.

    Allen West is one other case of a Republican congressman who was cheated out of his re-election in Florida, probably mostly by vote counting fraud. (2012)

    Yes, the Washington GOPe is scared about making noise about being ripped off by election theft, or at least has been in recent years. You have to wonder: what's their hang-up?

  • Could non-citizens decide the November election?

    10/27/2014 5:58:02 PM PDT · 72 of 77
    justiceseeker93 to Zionist Conspirator; All
    You can tell a country is really sick with self-hatred when it considers discrimination between citizens and non-citizens to be wrong.

    That sentence is so on target that it should be in Bartlett's Book of Quotations!

    But I don't think the country as a whole considers discrimination between citizens and non-citizens as wrong. It's only the view of a leftist minority which, by cheating and stealth, has gained control of the levers of the federal government and has caused much of the opposition to cower in fear.

  • The ugly history of the Democrat Party: Part Eighteen

    10/27/2014 5:49:57 PM PDT · 9 of 11
    justiceseeker93 to Oldpuppymax; ml/nj; ExTexasRedhead; DoughtyOne; Resettozero; Texas Eagle; PoloSec; Slyfox; ...
    Harry Truman was a Klu Klux Klansman and a pure Democrat hack.

    For the historical record, Truman never joined the KKK. His affiliation with the Democratic Party, was undoubtedly based upon his family's history. His grandfather was a Confederate Civil War veteran and Truman's early writings showed some use of the "N" word. (As president later, he was successful in pandering to black voters by pushing some civil rights initiatives.)

    Suppose you could call Truman a Democratic hack, as his early political career was aided and abetted by the powerful Pendergast machine in Jackson County, Missouri. But thereafter he was usually not thought of as big city machine politician, but more of a common man.

    Surely his foreign policy as president would eliminate him from obtaining high office in today's 'Rat Party. One would have to admit that he was a staunch anti-communist, and he did agree - though reluctantly - to require federal employees to sign a loyalty oath.

  • Could non-citizens decide the November election?

    10/27/2014 3:08:45 PM PDT · 69 of 77
    justiceseeker93 to freekitty; 2ndDivisionVet; AuH2ORepublican; txhurl; Fantasywriter; ml/nj; ExTexasRedhead; ...
    The Republicans do this too. They have been doing voter fraud inch by inch for years.

    OK, technically you are correct. But election fraud and cheating cases are predominantly 'Rat, from the days of Boss Tweed and Tammany Hall and other crooked big city machines in the late 19th and early 20th centuries, through the LBJ ballot box stuffing in Texas (in a Democrat primary), to the Daley machine in Chicago in the 1960 presidential election, and moving forward toward current times with the the Obama election of 2012. (Couldn't include all the notable instances of 'Rat election fraud and cheating in a single book.)

    What is particularly frightening now is the advent of electronic voting and vote counting devices, which can be hacked, and as in the recent incident in Cook County, Illinois, "miscalibrated" (touch screens). With electronic devices, the cheaters can alter many more votes with much less of an effort than their predecessors of earlier days. They would probably call it "efficiency." In fact they don't even have to bring aliens to the polls to do their dirty work.

  • Intifada Missouri – Anti-Israel activists may push Ferguson over the edge

    10/27/2014 12:12:21 PM PDT · 32 of 40
    justiceseeker93 to cripplecreek
    The “free palestine” crowd is heavily involved with the pro illegal alien movement as well. They feed into the right of return BS.

    Never realized that connection, but now that you mention it, I see how it fits in the left's perverse mindset. They're both consistent with no international borders.

  • Intifada Missouri – Anti-Israel activists may push Ferguson over the edge

    10/27/2014 12:03:15 PM PDT · 29 of 40
    justiceseeker93 to 2ndDivisionVet; SJackson; Eleutheria5; ml/nj; ExTexasRedhead; bert; molson209; cripplecreek; ...
    A few years ago, David Horowitz wrote a book titled "Unholy Alliance" about the strong relationship between radical Islam and the radical secular left globally. Now Ferguson is being used as a prop to connect these two nefarious movements again.

    Not surprising here because Arabs are the most anti-Semitic ethnic group in the US statistically and blacks are second.

  • Could non-citizens decide the November election?

    10/27/2014 7:52:33 AM PDT · 62 of 77
    justiceseeker93 to bgill; All
    That would save $$$$ as it will eliminate the fanciful “need” to have ballots in Spanish as immigrants from all countries and all languages must have learned English for citizenship.

    Agreed that all ballots should be in English only. Printing bilingual or multi-lingual ballots is just a waste of money, but its mandated by some ill-advised left-inspired federal legislation from several decades ago, legislation which should be repealed. All voters, by law, are American citizens, and as such, should be literate in English sufficiently to read a ballot.

  • Could non-citizens decide the November election?

    10/27/2014 7:41:13 AM PDT · 61 of 77
    justiceseeker93 to Slyfox; E. Pluribus Unum; Impy; InterceptPoint; Marcella; RitaOK; ml/nj; ExTexasRedhead; ...
    What do we do about the ballot-stuffers? The community organizers who work the polls and mark ballots and stuff them into the boxes.

    Election fraud and cheating is a problem that has multiple dimensions, because there quite a number of different ways available to those with criminal mindsets to destroy the integrity of the election process.

    Therefore, it is unlikely that no single step, not even voter ID requirements, will by satisfactory by itself to practically deal with all of it. This posted WaPo article discusses only one of those kinds of cheating: non-citizens voting. The solution I suggested would combat only that.

    There are a list of other changes in election procedure we have discussed in the past here that should be effected to neutralize other types of election cheating schemes.

    As to "Holder and Obama's large assembly of lawyers," hopefully they will be gone in a couple of years. In the meantime, rest assured we are fighting them as well as possible with our own lawyers.

  • Could non-citizens decide the November election?

    10/26/2014 10:40:15 PM PDT · 57 of 77
    justiceseeker93 to Sun
    We also need to make sure we do all we can so we don’t get a pro-amnesty presidential nominee, like Jeb Bush, et al.

    Yes, I agree.

    But that's a little bit of a different issue than non-citizens being allowed to vote, although it's related.

  • Could non-citizens decide the November election?

    10/26/2014 8:43:41 PM PDT · 54 of 77
    justiceseeker93 to freekitty; E. Pluribus Unum; Vigilanteman; Attention Surplus Disorder; Fantasywriter; txhurl; ...
    From the posted article:

    Our research cannot answer whether the United States should move to legalize some electoral participation by non-citizens as many other countries do, and as some U.S. states did for more than 100 years, or find policies that more effectively restrict it.

    To the professors who authored the posted article:

    Here's a very logical two-step state policy that will more effectively restrict the "electoral participation by non-citizens", a policy which you would never have the courage to mention, certainly not in a WaPo article:

    (1)Require all persons registering to vote for the first time to prove they are citizens via either (A) a birth certificate showing they were born in the US or on American soil or (B) (if not born in the US or on American soil) a certificate of naturalization. (Regrettably, this is currently the law in only a handful of states.)

    (2)Arrest any non-citizen who even tries to vote and book him/her for the crime committed by so doing. Once word gets around that such arrests are really happening, non-citizens in general will be sure to stay as far away from polling places as possible. American citizenship should mean something - as the law in all states says it should.

    We American citizens have had enough of this electoral cheating and fraud!!!

  • Could non-citizens decide the November election?

    10/24/2014 8:14:53 PM PDT · 39 of 77
    justiceseeker93 to FlingWingFlyer; All
    I hate it that my America has become the world’s newest banana republic with “elections” that are a joke. I liked it better when Americans and not foreigners selected who was going to represent them.

    Couldn't have put it any better!

    Even further, any alien who attempts to vote in an American election should be physically escorted out of the polling place by police and booked for violation of the state election law. Upon conviction, he should be deported!

  • Could non-citizens decide the November election?

    10/24/2014 8:08:05 PM PDT · 38 of 77
    justiceseeker93 to E. Pluribus Unum; All
    They can’t. The USSC won’t let them.

    The case you cite and link to only restrains the Republican National Committee. It does NOT apply to Republican officeholders or other Republican or "conservative" groups. In fact, a number have raised the issue of election fraud cogently.

  • Could non-citizens decide the November election?

    10/24/2014 8:02:30 PM PDT · 37 of 77
    justiceseeker93 to Vigilanteman; Fantasywriter; Kenny Bunk; potlatch; AuH2ORepublican; edcoil; theothercheek; ...
    One of their own is El Presidente.

    You're probably right. Haven't seen any credible documentation to the contrary. That pdf file of a purported Hawaii BC that was produced on the White House web site in 2011 can't pass the smell test for authenticity!

  • New York, New Jersey Set Up Mandatory Quarantine Requirement Amid Ebola Threat

    10/24/2014 5:44:19 PM PDT · 18 of 28
    justiceseeker93 to left that other site; All
    Would it have been so difficult to stay home and watch TV for three weeks until he knew he was either sick or not?

    I don't know this man's psychological makeup, but if he stayed home and watched TV, even if he showed no signs of Ebola, he would undoubtedly have developed some kind of "cabin fever," undoubtedly rather depressing for what seems to be ordinarily a very active individual.

    And if he did that, he obviously would need to enlist the services of others to supply him with basic needs, so there would still be some risk of transmitting disease.

    Will what he did in the six days in NYC have caused other cases of Ebola? My guess is that the fiancée is at pretty high risk, but others aren't. We'll know more in the next few weeks, I suppose.

  • New York, New Jersey Set Up Mandatory Quarantine Requirement Amid Ebola Threat

    10/24/2014 5:28:03 PM PDT · 17 of 28
    justiceseeker93 to Thank You Rush
    I also want to know just why a health care provider hasn’t taken precautions enough NOT to come in contact with bodily fluids.

    We don't know yet how he contacted Ebola virus from his patients, or whether or not bodily fluids were involved in the transmission to the doctor.

    One important point to remember as far as transmission in Africa is concerned is that protection equipment and procedures used there for health care workers are in general nowhere near the standard that such equipment and procedures are in the US, due to the general poverty and poor sanitation there.

  • Udall: We will shock the pundits (Through voter fraud)

    10/24/2014 5:13:17 PM PDT · 69 of 76
    justiceseeker93 to Red Steel
    The Dems better step up their lauded and vaunted dumpster diving campaign for thrown away ballots pronto.

    Please, don't give them any ideas that might help them!

  • Udall: We will shock the pundits (Through voter fraud)

    10/24/2014 3:57:09 PM PDT · 66 of 76
    justiceseeker93 to potlatch
    I voted Wednesday, by machine, and had to show photo I.D.

    Texas has a relatively honest election system these days, which is one reason why 'Rats are totally teed off about the state. If I'm not mistaken, you haven't had a 'Rat governor since W ousted Ma Richards.

    Now what kind of "machine" did you vote with? Remember that going to a higher tech level in elections does not necessarily make the election more honest.

  • Udall: We will shock the pundits (Through voter fraud)

    10/24/2014 3:50:17 PM PDT · 64 of 76
    justiceseeker93 to Fantasywriter
    The brazenness comes from two factors: Holder’s Just Us Dept doesn’t prosecute crimes that help Obama, and second, the GOP conveys an ‘I don’t care’ attitude toward even the most egregious instances of election fraud.

    Let me add a third: the total lack of moral consciousness and disdain for the American system that dedicated leftists have.

    BTW, I appreciate your reference to "Holder's Just Us Dept." It would be funny if it weren't such a serious matter.

  • New York, New Jersey Set Up Mandatory Quarantine Requirement Amid Ebola Threat

    10/24/2014 3:37:08 PM PDT · 7 of 28
    justiceseeker93 to nuconvert; RightGeek; LibertyRocks; firebrand; juliej; sheik yerbouty; NYC Republican; Vaquero; ...
    >I’m surprised to hear Cuomo say it, but happy to hear he did.

    If I'm not mistaken, Cuomo last night said the doctor now infected didn't do anything wrong. But now he switches gears and is getting tougher on "patients with the highest risk who will be quarantined for 21 days."

    Pardon me for being a little cynical, but considering that Cuomo is a Democrat up for re-election in less than two weeks, he probably figures that distancing himself from the unpopular Obama and the CDC might accrue to his benefit politically. BTW, Cuomo and his GOP opponent for governor, Rob Astorino, clashed on Ebola policy during their debate the other night.

    The idea of the state government determining who is "at the highest risk," and forcing them into quarantine for 21 days, smacks of possible civil liberties violations. Only the state will determine if you are at highest risk, and the criteria used to make that determination may in some instances be quite arbitrary. And if such an individual never gets Ebola during the 21 days of quarantine (extremely hard on one's state of mind, almost like imprisonment), can he sue the state government for false imprisonment and loss of income, etc. etc?

    The better policy would be for Cuomo to ask the feds for a complete ban of incoming flights from the Ebola-infected countries of Africa. But if he did that, all hell would break loose among his leftist base.

  • Udall: We will shock the pundits (Through voter fraud)

    10/24/2014 2:17:35 PM PDT · 59 of 76
    justiceseeker93 to DoughtyOne
    Well I know that when conservative groups mail things in

    Southern California, not all of it reaches it’s destination.

    What could go wrong here?

    Ballots from Conservative neighborhoods vanish. Twice the registered voters, ballots show up from the inner city neighborhoods.

    Who could have seen this coming?

    I know you are being facetious, but I can see how that can happen.

    Of course, robbing mail and diverting it is a FEDERAL crime, and I've never heard of that specific kind of scheme. But I suppose the left would view "ballot redistribution" just as kindly as it views income redistribution.

  • Udall: We will shock the pundits (Through voter fraud)

    10/24/2014 1:59:16 PM PDT · 58 of 76
    justiceseeker93 to CedarDave; Fantasywriter; AuH2ORepublican
    Please see my posts #s 51 and 52.
  • Udall: We will shock the pundits (Through voter fraud)

    10/24/2014 1:49:52 PM PDT · 52 of 76
    justiceseeker93 to GOPJ; All
    A dem worker telling James O’Keefe how to cage ballots from black neighborhoods.... because “those people” (blacks) don’t care...

    The "black" part of it, while it shows hypocrisy on the part of leftist "activist," is relatively insignificant.

    The far more important factor is the absolute brazenness and willingness to commit election crimes on the part of these three staunch 'Rat females shown in the O'Keefe video. These three are enemies of the republic and should be surveilled by law enforcement in the days up to and including Election Day, because they clearly advocate violating the law and have no concept of the importance of free and fair elections in our system of government.

  • Udall: We will shock the pundits (Through voter fraud)

    10/24/2014 1:39:33 PM PDT · 51 of 76
    justiceseeker93 to MeshugeMikey; txhurl; potlatch; Kenny Bunk; DoughtyOne; Marcella; Liz; ...
    Ballots...BY MAIL??? how can this be legal??

    Yes, unfortunately, Colorado is the third state to pass legislation requiring all ballots to be sent by mail. Oregon and Washington have had it for several years. Colorado did this earlier this year (IIRC) via a 'Rat dominated state legislature and a 'Rat governor.

    Undoubtedly the proponents of this foolish system stressed the convenience factor for voters and claimed that administrative costs would be reduced because physical polling places were in effect abolished. But proponents also knew that they were greatly expanding the opportunities for fraud and cheating, which many 'Rats don't view as anything illegal or immoral at all.

    If you use the first link I posted at #37, you will get another FR thread which will link you to a telling video by James O'Keefe of Project Veritas. The brazenness of the 'Rats he interviewed when it comes to election cheating and fraud is absolutely stunning! They are unequivocally advocating criminal acts and will no doubt aid and abet them if not directly participate in them!!!

  • Udall: We will shock the pundits (Through voter fraud)

    10/23/2014 5:38:57 PM PDT · 37 of 76
    justiceseeker93 to CedarDave; E. Pluribus Unum; AuH2ORepublican; txhurl; DoughtyOne; Attention Surplus Disorder; ...
    Links to two more FR threads of interest regarding the Colorado Senate race (Michelle campaigning for Udall) and election fraud there (video by James O’Keefe and Project Veritas).

  • Udall: We will shock the pundits (Through voter fraud)

    10/23/2014 4:52:51 PM PDT · 33 of 76
    justiceseeker93 to Ann Archy
    Democrats are LAW-LESS because Republican “leaders” are BALL-LESS!!!

    Very well put, AA.

  • Udall: We will shock the pundits (Through voter fraud)

    10/23/2014 3:03:11 PM PDT · 29 of 76
    justiceseeker93 to Kenny Bunk; All
    Register on election day?? Ballots by mail?? Absentee Ballots Touch-Screen Voting Computers Extended voting periods Motor Voter Virtual Voters Un-purged voter rolls Black Panthers intimidating voters at the polls

    WTF ever happened to Election Day?

    Agreed 100%. One Republican elected official on the right side in this gloomy mess is Kurt Kobach, Secretary of State of Kansas. He's gotten state legislation passed and signed which requires voter photo ID and proof of citizenship upon registration.

  • Udall: We will shock the pundits (Through voter fraud)

    10/23/2014 2:54:09 PM PDT · 27 of 76
    justiceseeker93 to DoughtyOne
    My big complaint in addition to these bad ideas, is the extended voting which creates an enormous ability for fraud to enter in.

    By definition, all mail-in voting is extended voting as well.

    You're correct. The longer you keep the polls open, the more opportunity for cheating. It's like night following day.

  • Schodorf and Kobach Spar Over Voter Citizenship Law In Debate

    10/23/2014 2:49:01 PM PDT · 13 of 17
    justiceseeker93 to cripplecreek
    These days we have democrats turning each other in for vote fraud.

    Maybe in primaries, which I can see. But Democrats turning in each other for fraud in a general election? My guess is they're taking a big risk.

    Well, if what you say is true, you're very fortunate in Michigan. Maybe because your SOS keeps things relatively on the level.

  • Udall: We will shock the pundits (Through voter fraud)

    10/23/2014 2:43:18 PM PDT · 23 of 76
    justiceseeker93 to CedarDave; E. Pluribus Unum; george76; Fantasywriter; SunkenCiv; cripplecreek; Morgan in Denver; ...
    Register on election day?? Ballots by mail?? It's made for Rat fraud.

    Yes, those are two new "innovations" in Colorado passed by a 'Rat legislature and signed by the 'Rat governor this year.

    There is a new documentary film about the left's taking over Colorado using unscrupulous tactics. It's title is "Rocky Mountain Heist." Saw a trailer of it on "The Kelly File" on FoxNews the other night. Michelle Malkin, a Colorado resident, plays a big role in it, from what I understand.

  • Schodorf and Kobach Spar Over Voter Citizenship Law In Debate

    10/23/2014 1:45:38 PM PDT · 11 of 17
    justiceseeker93 to Fantasywriter; All
    We will never have a functioning country unless & until this mass scourge of voter fraud is rooted out, prosecuted and punished severely.

    Amen! And it can only be done with more media attention to the problem at some point.

    FWIW, a few weeks ago I saw a Rasmussen poll indicating that 47% of Americans don't trust the integrity of American elections. That might sound like much, but I'd guess that if that same poll were done about thirty years ago, that number would be in the single digits!

  • Schodorf and Kobach Spar Over Voter Citizenship Law In Debate

    10/23/2014 1:38:15 PM PDT · 10 of 17
    justiceseeker93 to Fantasywriter; txhurl; AuH2ORepublican; DoughtyOne; Red Steel; David; GreatOne; AJFavish; ...
    The first time the Dems cheated on a large scale they almost certainly expected pushback. Instead the Republicans didn’t utter a peep. Since then the Dems have been cheating more and more and more. It’s gotten out of hand/become epidemic.

    Hard to say historically when was the first time the Dems "cheated on a large scale." It was associated with big city machine politics (mostly Democrats) in the late 19th and early 20th century. But it was more geared then to local elections, where relatively few votes were more likely to be a determining factor because there were relatively fewer votes cast.

    Then there was the infamous LBJ ballot box stuffing in the Texas Dem Senate primary race in 1948.

    The first time it was widely mentioned in a presidential race was in connection with the Daley machine in Illinois in the Kennedy-Nixon election of 1960.

    With the advent of the Clinton administration in 1993, there were several voting "reforms" introduced by federal legislation, such as Motor Voter. That period also saw the beginning of early voting in some states. Both of those aided and abetted cheating and fraud schemes.

    In the wake of the disputed 2000 Bush-Gore election came the "Help America Vote Act." That was bipartisan, IIRC, but I don't know why the country needed any "help" from the federal government to vote at that time. I don't recall the specifics, but my gut feeling is that on balance it aided and abetted fraud and cheating as well.

    Then in the last two decades, a few states have gone to such monstrosities as all-mail in ballots and same-day registration (most recently, Colorado), both of which compromise election integrity for convenience.

    My guess is that in the Obama election "victory" in 2012, fraud and cheating targeted to the swing states might have determined the outcome. Then and since, Romney and his campaign never uttered a word about it, even with such obvious signs such as Romney getting ZERO votes in some precincts in Philadelphia and Cleveland.

    Still the GOP ignores it.

    I'd agree if you're talking about the Washington GOP establishment. The National Republican Committee, some say, is bound by some legal agreement it made in a 1980s civil suit where they supposedly agreed not to challenge election fraud and cheating, but I'm not sure of the details. "True the Vote" isn't the only organization out there trying to combat the cheating. There are a handful of other organizations, and there are a few lawyers and small legal firms who are into combatting election fraud and cheating as well. And of course, let's not forget Kris Kobach and a few other GOP Secretaries of State who have worked in the same direction.

  • Schodorf and Kobach Spar Over Voter Citizenship Law In Debate

    10/23/2014 7:36:18 AM PDT · 8 of 17
    justiceseeker93 to AuH2ORepublican; All
    Thanks. My apologies for getting the name wrong. Regrettably, Kris Kobach is not a “household name” yet across the country, since the MSM gives him virtually no attention.
  • Schodorf and Kobach Spar Over Voter Citizenship Law In Debate

    10/22/2014 5:52:13 PM PDT · 4 of 17
    justiceseeker93 to ObamahatesPACoal; Nachum; ml/nj; Biggirl; Georgia Girl 2; grania; Attention Surplus Disorder; ...
    Kris Kobach should be lauded for being the impetus behind a new and current law in Kansas requiring, among other things, voter ID and proof of US citizenship to register to vote.

    Now he's being challenged by a Democrat who is maintaining her party's widespread opposition to both voter ID and proof of citizenship. Let's face it: the real reason for this almost universal Democrat opposition to these logical and reasonable measures all over the country is very simple. They counter, at least to some extent, the Democrat election cheating schemes, and so they hamper 'Rat efforts to steal elections by illegal means.

    Anyone voting in Kansas should support Kobain for SOS if you want to maintain some semblance of election integrity! It's not too many states that are fortunate enough to have an SOS as concerned about honest election procedures as Mr. Kobain is.

    BTW, Kobain also began an interstate cross-check voter registration system to hinder cheaters who vote in more than one state in the same election cycle. More than twenty states now participate in it.

  • Jewish Students Expose Anti-Semitism On College Campuses

    10/22/2014 3:20:24 PM PDT · 19 of 24
    justiceseeker93 to Nachum; SJackson; ml/nj; ExTexasRedhead; Yehuda; PA Engineer; Jewbacca; Yaelle; Blennos; ...
    This anti-Semitism on campus is nothing new, having been a problem for decades. The video posted doesn't emphasize that the brunt of these ugly anti-Semitic incidents are from pro-Islamist sources and the bulk of the leading anti-Semites on campus are from Arab countries or of Arab origin. They are frequently joined in their anti-Semitic, anti-Israel activities by an "unholy alliance" (to borrow the title of a book by David Horowitz) with radical leftists.
  • Jewish Students Expose Anti-Semitism On College Campuses

    10/22/2014 2:40:43 PM PDT · 18 of 24
    justiceseeker93 to Jewbacca; All
    There are many, many conservative Jewish people, including about 50 posters on this very website.

    For the record, I know of something closer to 200 Jewish FReepers.

    I would guess that when you talk about (politically) conservative Jews in the United States, you are talking about a minimum one third of the Jewish population, and it's growing every day in the age of "Osama" Obama.

  • Early voting problems arise in Cook County suburbs

    10/21/2014 12:07:41 PM PDT · 48 of 50
    justiceseeker93 to Tennessee Nana; All
    It only has the name of the SOS on it because he authorizes and controls the elections...

    Well, if the SOS's name is on the ballot as a candidate as well as on the sticker in his "official" capacity, I would call it a conflict of interest or an abuse of authority, take your choice, whether he's a Republican or a Democrat.

  • Early voting problems arise in Cook County suburbs

    10/21/2014 11:34:43 AM PDT · 46 of 50
    justiceseeker93 to Tennessee Nana
    Yes, don't ignore Secretary of State elections. Electing Republican SOSs will at least probably tamp down on the ‘Rat election fraud and cheating in general, but there are no guarantees.