By Kevin “Coach” Collins
With each passing week the chances of the Democrats losing control of one or both Houses of Congress grows. Republican resolve to vote coupled with the lack of enthusiasm among Democrats and the return to the GOP by Independents paints a bright picture for conservatives eager to retake the reigns of power.
Nevertheless, experience tells us the Democrats will fight like cornered animals and survival will be their only rule. One of the most powerful liberal Democrat weapons has always been absentee voter fraud so this election will see plenty of it.
Recent Democrat voter frauds
A voter fraud investigation by Alabama’s Attorney General developed allegations that absentee ballots in the state’s Perry County were being sold for $40.00 each. The evidence was rather compelling that fraud was involved in a June 2008 Democrat primary being investigated. The statewide turnout was 16%, but Perry’s turnout was 50% which was amazing considering 25% of the county is under 18. One quarter of Perry’s votes were absentee ballots.
Last week Wisconsin Democrats tried to ram through a bill that would have turned state driver’s license information over to what was euphemistically called “nationally recognized community organizing groups” (read ACORN) so they can “encourage” increased voter turnout.
Aside from the obvious opportunities for voter fraud this bill provides, it would also have: made requests for absentee ballots permanent requiring no yearly renewal and provided automatic mailing of absentee ballots in future elections. Fortunately the ham handed thuggish attack on the ballot process embarrassed the Democrat Senate Majority Leader into dropping the bill from his calendar.
In 2004 John Kerry carried Wisconsin by 11,380 votes. Soon after the election, fraud allegations from Milwaukee were investigated and found that as many as 5300 MORE votes than eligible voters were counted from the city.
Votes by felons ineligible college students and homeless people
The investigation found that absentee ballots were cast by people who didn’t live in the city, ineligible felons, ineligible college students and homeless people who regularly provided false addresses.
As bad as these abuses were, perhaps the worst abuse in Wisconsin is the Democrats’ use of fraudulent votes cast with “same day” registration. These votes are cast by showing minimal residence documentation which invites the multiple voting that was proved. The report found 1305 bogus “same day” ballots.
In the grand scale of things these are small numbers for sure. Nevertheless, Kerry won by less than 12,000 votes and fraud almost certainly provided his “winning margin.”
In 2000 in Milwaukee there were arrests of Democrat workers who paid homeless bums cigarettes in return for their votes (yes votes) for Gore.
If we pay due attention to Democrat attempts to steal elections with voter frauds of all kinds, we can have a big night on November 2. If we are caught napping and allow the trapped animals to do whatever they have to so they can hold on to power we can end up being permanently enslaved to Marxism. The choice is up to each of us.
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This day in history April 27
1773: The British Parliament passes the Tea Act to save the British East India Company by granting it a monopoly in the North American tea trade
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