Monday, September 07, 2009

The Blind Eye

State Democrats are trying to accuse Republicans and conservatives of denying people their right to vote, when it is really they who are now about to pay the political price for years of turning a blind eye to vote fraud and political padding:

No one is out to purge the voting rolls of those who are legally entitled to vote under the laws and Constitution of this sovereign State. The reality is that those who are complaining about "issues" are the same people who for years have either openly encouraged unlawful voting fraud or (as is much more common) turned a blind eye while it was occurring.

The shoe is on the other foot, so now the crap hits the political fan...

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At Monday, September 07, 2009 4:19:00 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Really? Cite me one instance where there was actual "fraud" in the voting booth involving a Democrat. Like that idiot Stacey Campfield, you'll probably scream "Memphis!" or "the Fords!" But you can't cite to an instance of fraudulent voting. There are instances of felons voting or people who were not registered being allowed to vote, but that is not "fraud", only shoddy record keeping. On the other hand, GOP operative Shirley Ward was arrested for voter fraud a couple of years ago for knowingly voting in the wrong precinct.

As usual, the fucking Republicans screaming about imagining that the other side is doing what the Republicans are actually doing.

Jeebus, every time I read your site, I feel a little dumber for having done so.

At Tuesday, September 08, 2009 10:48:00 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Day Two: Show me an instance of Democratic vote fraud in Tennessee.

Now once again I'll tell you about Republican efforts to suppress voter turnout through "proof of citizenship" tests or other sorts of "identification validation" efforts. Republicans know full well that when more people vote, Democrats win elections, thus Republicans will do anything to suppress turnout. Why do you think that the newly minted Republican majority election commission in Knox County just deep-sixed convenience voting? Think it had anything to do with the fact that it was projected to increase voter turnout? Nah, couldn't be anything like that.


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