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Wednesday, August 24, 2005

'Deep Vote' speaks on voter fraud

Experience has taught Deep Vote that it is transiency which provides Democrat political operatives with the most golden of opportunities to steal votes. In depressed urban areas an inordinate number of residents move in and out every year, with some taking up residence for only a brief time.

HT: Two Minute Offense


(Please keep in mind that each commenter's opinions are only his/her own.)

It's so ironic that so much of the voter fraud is convicted by the democratic side...and so many layers to it! I can't tell you how many times I've heard someone say Bush stole the election. What a bunch of unfounded crap.

The 2000 election was verifiably stolen. Read Greg Palast's "The Best Democracy Money can Buy" and that corruption is what makes this post so ironic.

Verifiably stolen seems to be a relative term...based on your political agenda. It would be easier to believe the 2000 election was stolen if the democrats (as a whole) exhibited integrity in the last election. But conviction after conviction would state otherwise. Why would anybody believe they were blameless 2000 and deserved to win?

I'm no defender of the Dems. I'm a progressive that tends to vote Green. The Dems are purt' near as corrupt as the Republicans. Or at least I would have said so before this current crew.

Now, I'd say that the Dems are corrupt and spineless, but the Republicans are grandly, flamingly corrupt.

I'm sure Greg "not-one-shred-of-evidence" Palast presents us a shocking global conspiracy, while hitting every leftist note with perfect pitch. Few books bear Michael (too-far-left-for-Mother-Jones) Moore's endorsement so proudly.

But I think John Fund would be a more serious read.

Even paleo-liberal Paul Krugman has been back-peddaling on his stolen election claims (though not enough).

Studies and criminal convictions break heavily Democratic, consistent with Deep Vote's experience.

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