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Obama Tied To Voter Fraud Charges

Oh, not again...

In Minnesota, they have a law that says if you're not registered to vote and don't have an ID with you, you can still cast a ballot if you can get a registered voter to "vouch" for you with the poll workers. And any individual can "vouch" for up to 15 people.

Gee, not much room for abuse there, is there?

Over at that link, there's video of someone explaining just how students at the University of Minnesota were "vouching" for people they had never met before. More specifically, students who were members of the campus' chapter of Organizing For America.

That's Organizing For America, formerly known as the Barack Obama presidential campaign, run and funded by the Democratic National Committee, and possessors of the web site barackobama.com.

As I've been saying for some time, this is not something we should be allowing President Obama to distance himself from. He's shown a tremendous talent for throwing inconvenient people under the bus, but here it's his own name that he'd have to distance himself from. He gave the domain name to the organization; he can take it back at any time. Every day he fails to do so, he tacitly endorses every single action taken in his name by Organizing For America.

Including how to help people fraudulently register and vote in Minnesota.

Now, I doubt too many races were determined by this election fraud. I don't think there were any stolen elections here. But there's a bigger fear behind this that drives me to constantly harp on the left's attempts to manipulate and rig elections.

And that's a topic for a whole 'nother posting.


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For several election cycles... (Below threshold)
Sky Captain:

For several election cycles, I have had the view:

The Democrat Party = The Party of Cheaters.

That's their claim to fame - cheating.
Period.

As JFK's dad said of the el... (Below threshold)
GarandFan:

As JFK's dad said of the election in Illinois, 'I'm paying so you can win. I'm not paying for a landslide.'

His Dad always was tight with a dollar.

"but here it's his own name... (Below threshold)
914:

"but here it's his own name that he'd have to distance himself from"


Maybe he could go under the alias "Barry Sotero"? Then nobody would know its him.

I thought voter fraud was t... (Below threshold)
Walter Cronanty:

I thought voter fraud was the mission statement of "Organizing For America." Does it do something else?

It's time for a no-appeal d... (Below threshold)
Trump:

It's time for a no-appeal death penalty for anyone engaging in vote fraud. And I mean right on the spot. You're found guilty, you're dead 30 minutes later.

No I think they should have... (Below threshold)
jim m:

No I think they should have plenty of time for appeals. Then they can fulfill all the prison rape fantasies they keep having about conservatives.

I'm reminded of the 2000 el... (Below threshold)
jim m:

I'm reminded of the 2000 election where Marquette Univ. students in Milwaukee were found to be voting and then getting back in line and voting again. Many voted over and over again.

Perhaps we should just pass a law that college students must vote in their home town. It seems that they are responsible for a lot of this crap.

Which makes me think that i... (Below threshold)
jim m:

Which makes me think that if college students had to vote in their home town the dems would ave to count the absentee ballots. Wouldn't it just scorch them to have to count the absentees to get the youth vote and then they would have to count the military vote as well. I'm betting that they would be willing to throw the youth vote under the bus.

"Obama tied to fraud charge... (Below threshold)
914:

"Obama tied to fraud charges" What? Is it Barak2012 already? This is disgusting. I live in Minnesota and am not surprised because the twin cities metro area and UofM campus is teeming with leftist.

I guess this means in 2012 I'm going to be vouching for guys named joe and burt, muriel and maybe even a galoob or two.

Barak2012 will not be a good year for you.

914I have a feelin... (Below threshold)
retired military:

914

I have a feeling that by 2012 no amount of voter fraud is going to help Obama win.

Elections wouldn't even be ... (Below threshold)
Caesar Augustus:

Elections wouldn't even be elections without a dose of Democrat voter fraud.

"I have a feeling that by 2... (Below threshold)
jim m:

"I have a feeling that by 2012 no amount of voter fraud is going to help Obama win."

Gonna need an extra 20%. Barry's counting on the fraud to keep him in office. Remember...This is the man who said he intended to be President "For the next ten years or so."

We, the GOP is in a positio... (Below threshold)
kevino:

We, the GOP is in a position to do something about it. How about the new GOP congress pressing forward with legislation to provide higher standards for elections? Provide money for state and local governments to provide voter registration cards with real id, and tighten up the law for provisional ballots. (People are allowed to register to vote, but their ballots are set-aside until their right to vote can be verified.) Hell, let's accept election standards recommended by the UN.

Then we can sit back and watch Democrats attack the GOP for Federal interference with the voting process and for setting voting standards. Then the GOP can remind Democrats of the Voting Rights Act of 1965, and remind voters that they are just trying to clean up a corrupt system that the Democrats have been abusing for years.

"This is the man who said h... (Below threshold)
914:

"This is the man who said he intended to be President "For the next ten years or so."

Yes, well he intended to create jobs and stimulate the economy too and we see how that went. I dont even think 20% more fraud on top of the 20% he got in 2008 will be enough.

He will just have to declare himself king and avoid those Tea Parties and town halls altogether. Of course then he will have to deal with pitchforks and baseball bats but he never has been too smart that one.

I think we should just decl... (Below threshold)
JLawson:

I think we should just declare him Emperor of The World, 914, and have Disney build him a Palace on johnston Atoll. They could run it, too, and make sure he has daily interviews with 'the press', and proper interactions with 'adoring world leaders'. After all, they cater to fantasy...

Sure it'd be fake as all hell, but he'd go for it. After all, it'd simply be acknowledgement of what he knows inside himself - that he's the next best thing to a God on this Earth.

Michelle wouldn't, though... and I don't think his handlers would care for it much.

Obama needs to cheat, becau... (Below threshold)
Jim Addison:

Obama needs to cheat, because his chances are beginning to look very slim if he doesn't. Plus, as an old ACORN hand, cheating is what he does, it is second nature.

Besides, people are already making noise about his shady fundraising practices from last time, so all those millions from his terrorist sympathizer muslim fans in foreign countries might not be available in 2012.

Not to mention he had the advantage in 2008 of no substantive record and a smooth patter of BS, whereas his performance served notice that he is, in fact, a completely unqualified and incompetent buffoon, a hyper-partisan and arrogant prig who favors radical nostrums as policy, lies about transparency so he can cheat for his friends, and has already alienated all the supposed good will his election generation in the world.

Well, presumably he is still popular in Kenya and Indonesia, and of course Syria and Iran have to be well pleased with him, but that's about it.

Obama did a number on Hilla... (Below threshold)
JDL:

Obama did a number on Hillary in the primaries. That is why she will not go against him, he cheats way better than she does. This video is really how they out cheated her.

http://wewillnotbesilenced2008.com/




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