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Wednesday, April 16, 2014

EDITORIAL: Democrats deny voter fraud. Ask North Carolina

N.C. proves multiple voting occurs and dead cast ballots

It’s an article of the faith of the Democrats that voter fraud is nothing to worry about because it never happens. Kim Strach, the North Carolina director of elections, has living proof — and some dead proof — otherwise.

She has identified 35,750 persons who voted in North Carolina sharing a name and birth date with someone who voted in another state in 2012. Another 81 North Carolinians voted after they died. Ghosts have no constitutional rights, not yet, but Barack Obama and the Democrats think rigor mortis need not keep voters from practicing good citizenship.

President Obama nevertheless insists on looking the other way when voter fraud lies all about him. Speaking at a Democratic fundraiser in Houston last week, Mr. Obama criticized “active efforts to deter people from voting.”

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4 comments:

Carl F. said...

As many of us Marylander's have noticed the last time you voted, you walked into your polling place. Stood in line patiently like everyone else. Arrived at the touch screen ballot, slid in your card given to you then when your all finished you give this card back to the kind people overseeing the event. Did you receive any form of tangible proof of your vote? The answer is a resounding NO! We are to believe that what we entered into the computer is what becomes counted as our vote. But as many of us also know with technology there is an inherent amount of abuse and misuse. Hackers can freely access your information with use of virus's. So now ask your self again did you really vote the last time you went to your polling place? My response is again NO! I received no tangible evidence of what was cast in my ballot via the computer, nor did anyone else. If we continue to use an electronic ballot system we should have some form of redundancy to recheck our information in a tangible form as well as an electronic one. Hopefully other Marylander's feel the same way as I do.

Anonymous said...

If you need a picture ID to get health care then you can show it for voting

Anonymous said...

So 1/10th of 1% of votes cast came back fraudulent, yet you clowns will continue to scream and whine if your candidate doesn't win.

Anonymous said...

>>yet you clowns will continue to scream and whine if your candidate doesn't win.<<

Weren't you young ladies blubbering about 'hanging chads' just a few years ago? Only difference is that this time vote fraud can be proven.