posted on Aug, 27 2012 @ 10:02 AM
I couldn't agree with you more. McCain had proof of voter fraud in Ohio, I believe it was, back in 2008 and he did nothing, in fear of being called
a racist. I truly believe that with the last elections, things took a turn for the worst. It seems that with everything Obama touches, nothing is
off-limits and the rules go out the _ If he can find an under-handed way to game the system, he has no problem doing just that. Don't get me
wrong, I believe all politicians lie and mislead but Obama has taken it to a whole new level. From untraceable campaign donations to his ACORN minions
registering NFL football teams to vote, these people have absolutely no sense of integrity or doing the right thing.
Think about the arrogance of that man; he has spent millions of dollars to keep his past hidden but has the audacity to call on Mitt Romney to release
more tax returns than is required of him. Sure, tax returns were easy for Obama; he was a loser who never had a real job to speak of...nothing to hide
there. He never owned or ran a business so that's a non-issue. For all practical purposes, he's a lifetime ward of the state, living off of
everybody else's hard work. He has absolutely no problem playing the race card anytime things get heated and the Republicans let him get away with
Yea, I agree, our elections are broken and we can't believe anybody. The voting machines are insecure and TPTB already know who they want to win the
election. We see fraud being investigated but we don't see any elections nullified because of it. We have candidates suing individual states because
they don't like their voter laws; anything to get an extra vote or two, regardless of whether or not those votes are legitimate.
When somebody has an issue with voter ID laws, that tells me one thing; they don't care if illegal votes are cast. Notice how it's the Republican
side that has no problem with making sure only legal votes are counted but the Democrats take issue with that, under the guise of not wanting to
"disenfranchise" poor people. Hmm, if your platform actually worked, you wouldn't have such a large base of poor people, now would you?
But, I'll vote just like I always do. It may be for naught, but at least I know I'm participating in the civic process.