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Life long Democrats allege widespread voter fraud and intimidation in 2008...

... by fellow Democrats.

This is more than fascinating... not just the content but the timing of it:

It seems to me that there are some Democrats, a small minority of them only sadly, who are seeing the direction this country is taking and are deciding that now is the time to in some way make amends for the choices made by the party in 2008.

It's nice that others are waking up and challenging the thugs that are in power.

November might just be turn out to be a political slaughter.


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What is that saying about t... (Below threshold)
Zelsdorf Ragshaft III:

What is that saying about the tree of liberty needs the blood of tyrants to grown. I think we have us a tyrant or at least the potential of one.

I think there's some folks ... (Below threshold)
JLawson:

I think there's some folks who play politics like it's a football (either soccer or the other kind, lol) game - it's important for their team to win, and afterwards you chug down a few beers and look forward to the next game. What happens in the interim isn't really important - it's the thrill of the 'battle' that's the thing.

But I think what we're seeing is a case where the folks who were cheering their team on Sunday, and then got stuck up close and personal with them realize on Wednesday that the folks they've been supporting for a long time are a bunch of rapacious thugs and they're being ripped off to support the 'team'.

Or perhaps they're fans of a 'reality' show like the "Real Housewives of New Jersey" - people who are fun to watch for an hour a week suddenly invade your home and you're stuck with them 24/7 - and you CAN'T get rid of them. The people you found tolerable and entertaining in small doses start to grate, and then become completely intolerable in short order, especially when YOU are tapped to pay for their lifestyles.

The question will be if this story has legs. Naturally if it were Republicans accused of the same actions, the press would be all over it. But when Guido comes by and says "Hey, you know that story the Boss doesn't want covered? You ain't gonna cover it, are ya? It'd be a shame if you busted all ya fingers in a freak accident, wouldn't it?" how many media outlets are going to think this isn't worth mentioning?

"November might just be tur... (Below threshold)
jim m:

"November might just be turn out to be a political slaughter."

obama controls the DOJ. Not a single allegation will go anywhere. When you win you don't have to worry about how many laws you broke to get there.

They are intending a political slaughter alright, but not their own. They are expecting that their electoral fraud will keep them in power. It's no mistake that they are letting the Black Panthers off the hook. They want them to be out their intimidating voters. They expect to hold on to power not by popularity but by force.

The DNC has no interest in ... (Below threshold)
KenD:

The DNC has no interest in anything other than winning an election. This would have been too divisive for them to address then, and likely now. Every move they make is based on politics. Legality, ethics and morality have long since taken a back seat to what is deemed politically expedient.

Jlawson you're exactly righ... (Below threshold)
jim m:

Jlawson you're exactly right. Expect the obama admin to make it perfectly clear that any news agency that follows this story to be given the same treatment they have given FOX for the last two years. Threatened with expulsion from the press corps, left off the campaign plane, etc.

I guarantee that CNN, having collaborated with Saddam Hussein to hide his atrocities, will not go anywhere near this. Same goes for the other 3 networks.

Holder's DOJ will get right... (Below threshold)
GarandFan:

Holder's DOJ will get right on this.

Nothing to see here. Move on. Just like when Barry's people set up their campaign contributions on the internet and turned OFF every verification feature but the credit card number and amount of donation.

2012: Chicago politics vers... (Below threshold)
kevino:

2012: Chicago politics versus the Arkansas Mafia part II. The "Hillary-Was-Robbed" camp has been ready for a fight for a long time.

LOL! And what are the shocking revelations presented by this life-long Democrat:
1. Obama voters who came to Texas precincts didn't sign in properly and didn't present ID.
2. She's taken her evidence to NBC and CNN, and no one but Fox News will run the story.

Welcome to the world the you helped create, lady.

A precursor of Hillary runn... (Below threshold)
retired military:

A precursor of Hillary running in 2012.

Just more affirmative actio... (Below threshold)
914:

Just more affirmative action for Barry's sake. Surely the ONE would not stoop to cheating? Just look how marvelously he's handled the job, he's a master at passing the buck as long as he aint paying.

Plug the hole anyone?

I often wonder how democrat... (Below threshold)
LiberalNitemare:

I often wonder how democrats manage to justify the behavior of their party.

And NIXON was impeached for... (Below threshold)
914:

And NIXON was impeached for Watergate? Compared to that this is Waterworld.

The DOJ is a bought-and-pai... (Below threshold)
Sir Toby Belch:

The DOJ is a bought-and-paid-for arm of the
Obama REGIME. If the Repubs don't scream
twice as loudly now as the Dems did about
Gonzalez and Ashcroft, we will be sure that
the fix is in.....and that we, the voters, are
impotent. Holder needs to face a hostile
committee sooner rather than later. Obama
needs to drop the putter, sit down, and
at least to "pretend" to be President.
In 2013, he may even have to buy his own Wagyu
beef, Dom Perignon, and Kools. That makes
me smile.

Speaking of Watergate, let ... (Below threshold)
DaveD:

Speaking of Watergate, let me paraphrase John Dean: "There is a cancer growing on the presidency and if that cancer is not removed..."

It seems to me tha... (Below threshold)
It seems to me that there are some Democrats, a small minority of them only sadly, who are seeing the direction this country is taking and are deciding that now is the time to in some way make amends for the choices made by the party in 2008

No, this isn't it at all. Hillary's minions have been crying into their beers about this ever since they got out-muscled two years ago, but I have not the slightest scrap of sympathy. Remember that Hillary is every bit a disciple of Saul Alinsky as Obama, and what happened during the Democratic primary season in 2008 was that Hillary's Alinskyite thugs were out-Alinskied by Obama's Alinkskyite thugs. If it had gone the other way, it would have been Obama's goons who would be washing the media with their crocodile tears.

It's kind of like Iraq vs. Iran during the 1980s, which pitted a brutal thug dictator agaist a psychotic religious regime. There were no good guys, only differing degrees of bad guys.

You can rest assured that t... (Below threshold)
jim m:

You can rest assured that the GOP with Mr Steele at its head will do nothing to press this issue. Just as with everything else they are not interested in what people outside the beltway are concerned about. They won't want to offend the MSM they constantly suck up to.

Steele has continually refused to press any advantage and has worked against the party's base at nearly every turn.

The one thing that the Tea Party movement should have taught us all by now is that we cannot rely upon the GOP to do what the people want. They only are interested in maintaining their offices. One doesn't have to look any further than McCain Feingold to see that the GOP does not have the country's best interests at heart.

And NIXON was impe... (Below threshold)
Stan:
And NIXON was impeached for Watergate?
Nixon wasn't impeached, he resigned to save the country the embarrassment of a constitutional crisis. The House were just getting ready to vote on the articles of impeachment when he reigned.
I would say we use an Old N... (Below threshold)
hcddbz:

I would say we use an Old Navy Intelligence saying at the polls.

In God we Trust
All others we monitor.

Remember, what did Nixon in... (Below threshold)
jim m:

Remember, what did Nixon in was the cover up. There has been no cover up here. Obama and his thugs have been brazen about their disregard for the law. Just like the New Black Panthers there is no worry about prosecution because barry is going to make sure the fix is in.

the only thing that has been transparent about this administration has been the corruption.

A man died and went to heav... (Below threshold)
Stan:

A man died and went to heaven. As he stood in front of St. Peter at the Pearly Gates, he saw a huge wall of clocks behind him. He asked, 'What are all those clocks?' St. Peter answered, 'Those are Lie-Clocks. Everyone on Earth has a Lie-Clock. Every time you lie the hands on your clock will move.' 'Oh,' said the man, 'whose clock is that?' 'That's Mother Teresa's. The hands have never moved, indicating that she never told a lie.' 'Incredible,' said the man. 'And whose clock is that one?' St. Peter responded, 'That's Abraham Lincoln's clock. The hands have moved twice, telling us that Abe told only two lies in his entire life.' 'Where's President OBama's clock?' asked the man. Obama's clock is in Jesus' office. He's using it as a ceiling fan.

Don't go all soft here guys... (Below threshold)
Glenn:

Don't go all soft here guys. The Hillary folks are just sorry Barry and Co beat em to all those ballot boxes. They don't have degrees in ballot box stuffing like the Obamanauts.

I had to laugh when the lad... (Below threshold)
arcman Author Profile Page:

I had to laugh when the lady said that she never thought her party would do such a thing. The Democrats have a history of cheating when it came to elections. Of course the media doesn't want to touch this with a ten foot pole. They are the ones, though their malpractice, and intellectual laziness that put ODumbo in office. I have several friends that voted for ODumbo, and I tell them all the same thing: A vote for ODumbo was probably the most moronic vote you could have made. Hillary would not have been much better, but at least she had a record, and was well known. We still have absolutely no idea who or what Barack H Obama is or where he came from.

Problem is, that we have to... (Below threshold)
arcman Author Profile Page:

Problem is, that we have to make sure these elections are not close. If they aren't close the Democrats can't cheat and steal the election.

Almost makes me wish Lee As... (Below threshold)
Tim:

Almost makes me wish Lee Asshat hadn't been banned (almost). The contortions he'd have to go through to spin this one would be as magical as Teh Messiah's Unicorns.

Democrats complaining about... (Below threshold)
Caesar Augustus:

Democrats complaining about Democrats cheating at elections is like Bernie Madoff complaining about Charles Ponzi swindling investors.

America is an overwhelmingl... (Below threshold)

America is an overwhelmingly conservative nation that, as the consequence of suffering under Judeo-Christian/Western/Human Civilization's most absolutely and systemically corrupt ("Democratic" potty activist owned, operated and controlled) electoral registration/voting processes, "elects" a disproportionate number of "Democrats."

Eliminate the registrations and the votes of all of the criminal alien and/or felon and/or long dead "Democratic" potty
supporters" and there are quite simply too few of those too damned stupid to know they're being lied to and/or who are too damned mean-spirited and/or greedy to care and/or who are fascists and crypto-fascists (and who are 'colective-istly' AKA the "Democratic" potty "base") to elect a "Democratic" potty dog catcher.

I'd rather have opportunist... (Below threshold)
BlueNight:

I'd rather have opportunistic leeches like the Clintons than thuggish idealists like Obama.




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