BARNEY FRANK’S PROPOSAL OF UNIVERSAL VOTER REGISTRATION APPEARS TO BE WAY TO THROW 2010 ELECTIONS
By Libbie Belle
January 18, 2010
The MA Senatorial Race in which Scott Brown has a good chance of winning, is making the entire Democratic party go schizophrenic. This might very well turn out to be the most significant race in recent history, rendering the Hope and Change we didn’t want to Hope and Change we do. Look for election fraud, voter intimidation, and anything possible to make sure the inept Coakle steals the election. I would imagine that Scott Brown’s probably election has invigorated Americans, across the country and wakened them. How great will a completely neutered Obama, Pelosi and Reid be with one single election. Random thoughts while observing the passing parade, J.C.
(Jan. 18, 2010) — In 2008, the Democrats showed their true colors and resorted to whatever measures necessary, no matter how unscrupulous, to increase their majorities in the House and Senate and elect a Chief Executive who is perhaps the most radical leftist ever to occupy the Presidency.
How did they do it? Rampant voter fraud was perhaps the biggest culprit. Pro-Democrat Party organizations such as Project Vote! and ACORN ran voter registration drives to register anybody and everybody including Paul Newman and Mickey Mouse. In Nevada, some electors (i.e., voters) were reported to have been registered as many as 13 times. Obama volunteers were reported to have been bussed into states such as Ohio where its election law allows same day registration and voting. In Philadelphia, members of the New Black Panther Movement were charged with voter intimidation by the Bush administration only to have the charges dropped by Attorney General Holder. Most recently, it was reported that the voting machines used in the NY-23 Congressional special election were infected with a virus and required reprogramming to remedy the problem. The machines, however, were not recertified, so the level of accuracy was unknown and perhaps questionable. It was rumored that the machine software possibly switched votes. Despite these known discrepancies, the election results were still certified by the State of New York Elections Commission. Complete Story