posted on Nov, 6 2012 @ 07:16 PM
Originally posted by VitriolAndAngst
Anyone who is ASKING for papers from a voter who is not part of the election process is ABSOLUTELY intimidating. They should have to spend the night
in jail for that. It's a jerk thing to do.
WE have one article of the NAACP maybe doing something stupid. We don't have any verification of this -- so you can I can't really talk about it. I
don't think they have the RIGHT to move people in line. And if they talked about Obama -- someone should kick their butt off the premises. Remember,
this entire incident was IN RESPONSE to what the Tea Party was doing -- which was voter intimidation.
All in all, we are talking about a small group of people with a misdemeanor -- IF they are guilty. It pales in comparison to the many incidents of
intimidation, destruction of registration forms, and electronic voting fraud that have gone on. We've got ten cases of actual Voters voting more than
once (but less than three times), maybe a dozen people who offered water bottles and opinions, and you know, that in a nutshell, is the entire Obama
conspiracy to win the election.
If I had fallen on my head a few times more in life, I might not know about the Green Cards... but yes, I know those aren't proof of being a citizen.
Where is any evidence that someone not attached to the election asked anyone for papers? I haven't even seen a link for that so far. Poll workers
asking for identification might or might not be an issue, depending on where one lives. Where I am, I showed my ID, happily and with a smile. I
proved that I was the person in the registration book, signed my name, and cast my own vote. Not showing ID means anyone could have walked in there,
claimed to be me, and voted in my place. That HAS happened. Dead people have voted. In fact, the deceased mother of my ex "voted" in 2008, in
Ohio, along with about 20,000 other dead people.
What we have is one of MANY cases of voter intimidation from the left. Check my signature, and you can see a lot more. Some at the start, and
several more added today, as the stories came in. Yes, there is a case of a Republican (maybe) person fired for allegedly tampering with ballots, as
well. However, most of the stories are about Democrats, Obama supporters, intimidation, threatening, even attacking, the opposition. That's a lot
more than a handful of NAACP people breaking the law in Houston (assuming they actually did so). This is just one case among many. I hope you take
time to check all of the links I posted. Please, by all means, check the information on other sources as well. But, look and see where the bulk of
the issues really lie. They aren't with voter ID laws.
To be clear, I don't want to see ANY fraud, from either side. Anyone doing so should be prosecuted.