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A video uploaded to YouTube on Friday depicting a young woman registering voters in El Paso County, Colorado claiming she works for the clerk's office, but is only registering voters who support Mitt Romney has gone viral over the weekend.
The person recording the video exits a Safeway grocery store and a young woman who is registering voters outside the store asks her, "Are you voting for Romney or Obama?"
The woman recording responds, "Well, wait, I thought you were registering voters a minute ago."
To which the young woman replies, "I am." The person recording then asks, "Well, who are you registering? All voters?"
"Well, I'm actually trying to register people for a particular party. Because we're out here in support of Romney, actually," the young woman registering voters says.
"And who is paying you for this?" The video recorder asks.
"We're working for the County Clerk's Office," the young woman replies with some hesitation and confusion.
I'm so tired of this dumb #. It's all meant to take focus off what really matters,
Originally posted by PvtHudson
I asked in the last thread and got no responses (of course), but what evidence is there that any of this is real at all, or illegal? If everything claimed about this video is true, are you claiming Democrats don't do this?
I'm so tired of this dumb #. It's all meant to take focus off what really matters, the economy and foreign policy of Barack Obama and the Democrats who have been calling the shot since 2006.edit on 27-9-2012 by PvtHudson because: (no reason given)
Originally posted by xuenchen
The whole thing looks staged and acted out.
I bet it is an anti-Romney production.
"The Young Turks" is a Liberal network.....ultra Liberal.
Originally posted by sicksonezer0
Besides the fact that she's hawt, what's the point of registering voters for a particular party outside of a grocery store, doesn't registering to vote in elpaso encompass more than being approached by someone to register? I know I'm registered I don't think you can be approached by a random person andthey have the ability to register you.... seems like she's an actress.