Originally posted by Inquisitive1
reply to post by Lightbringer38
Is this a case of jumping the gun? Most definitely..
Sheer incompetence? Clearly..
Or blatant fraud? Absolutely.
Sadly, it's not at all surprising. I find it super suspicious that man was told not to read the votes out loud, and simply turn them in as quick and quietly as possible. I'm glad he disobeyed. I don't think this problem will be solved until we return to paper ballots written in large print as clearly as possible with huge boxes next to the candidates names in which one could pen in a huge check or X, or fill the whole thing in... whatever works for the individual. Then after the votes are cast; read them out loud (Preferably shouting at the tops of your lungs) in front of a number of recording video cameras, maybe some web cams, and as many witnesses as can fill the room armed with cell phones taking sideways pictures and unsteady videos.
edit on 15-2-2012 by Inquisitive1 because: (no reason given)
Originally posted by conar
there was almost no snow, and in 2008 they voted with 8 inches of snow.
the revolution will not air on main stream media.
Originally posted by Dr UAE
i think that i need a new calculator because it says 101% every time
Judicial Watch has done it again. It has produced–following a Freedom of Information Act request filed with the United States Department of Justice (DOJ)–documents that suggest extensive coordination and communications between the DOJ Voting Section and former ACORN affiliate Project Vote.
Project Vote appears to be directing DOJ resources toward particular states; is having meetings with DOJ staff; and is even recommending lawyers to work in the Justice Department Voting Section that will oversee the 2012 presidential election.
Instead, the documents show pleasing Project Vote was a DOJ priority.
In an October 10, 2010 email, Rogers made clear that she wanted the DOJ to take action against then-Senate candidate Mark Kirk in Illinois (Rogers incorrectly refers to him “Paul” Kirk). Rogers places the words “voter integrity” in quotes, as if fictional. Herren respondes: “Hi Estelle….We are also receiving complaints from various sources. For all these, we are reviewing and taking action as appropriate. If you have any issues that come up that you want us to be aware of, please feel free to shoot us an email (to Brian [Heffernan], Bert and I) – that’s the easiest way to keep track of the many things coming in the door.”
The “many things” include complaints made by left-wing groups about voter integrity and Tea Party efforts.
The documents reveal how left-wing civil rights groups work against Republican or conservative candidates by attempting to leverage law enforcement against them. These groups have a cozy relationship with the Obama Justice Department, and know just who to call if they want something done against someone like Mark Kirk.
Originally posted by hadriana
It seems the republican leadership thinks the republican party is stupid and unable to vote for the right person- Romney.
Republican leadership has a big, big problem. The people.