- Apr 6, 2008
- The people's republic of Eugene
You mean try to vote as Mickey Mouse or Bugs Bunny? You don't think that might raise a red flag or two? In fact, come to think of it, if ACORN's plan was voter fraud don't you think they'd do a better job with the dummy names?
This is all about the GOP attempting to suppress the voter turnout of minorities and the poor. Plus, when McCain loses they'll have what they think is a ready made excuse to challenge the validity of Obama's election.
6th Circuit Court Opinion
Entire 6th Circuit Court of Appeals rules that the Ohio Secretary of State MUST immediately implement measures to ensure the validity of ALL voter registrations in the State of Ohio. ACORN and the Dems lose HUGE.
TOO BAD, SO SAD, IT JUST SUCKS TO BE YOU!!!
3rd... You have to show a valid state ID to vote in Ohio.
And what exactly is the problem for the "Dems" or "ACORN"? The Dems and ACORN don't want false registrations anymore than anyone else. They want a whole lot of new valid registrations... which they'll definitely have with absolutely no doubt.
I'll just choose to shoot down this one lie, since its such a big one:
Absentee ballots don't require you to go anywhere to show ID.
Your ACORN buddies get busted in EVERY ELECTION for VOTE FRAUD, not just Voter Registration Fraud...
WOW! That's amazing information but we just voted absentee last Sunday and they required ID before they'd even print our ballots.
Now we voted Absentee in person... but even if you do the mail in Absentee thing you have to include one of three things in the return packet and check the little box on the outside of the envelope as to which you enclosed.
A) A current voter registration card which you'd only have if it was mailed to your current address.
B) A copy of your drivers license or state ID.
C) Multiple paid bills for the address registered.
Also the mailed in ballots get a lot more scrutiny.
Texas Watchdog compared Harris County's voter registration roll with the Social Security death index and found more than 4,000 matches -- registered voters that, it appears, are already dead.
Some of them, like Henderson Hill's late wife Linda, voted postmortem.
"I would like to know who did it, myself," Hill told Davis.
We don't know who used Linda Hill's or Gloria Guidry's IDs to vote, but we do know if their names had been purged from voter rolls after they died, using their IDs wouldn't have worked.
"This is a red flag. No matter where you are, this should set off alarm bells," Seibert said. "Someone needs to take a look at this." -- Local 2 Houston