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Old 04-01-2009, 09:36 AM
 
Location: Charlotte, NC
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So where are all the right-wingers who are so concerned about voter fraud? I don't think the article mentions if any party was involved, althought it is Kentucky, so one can guess. A quick Google search reveals that only liberal blogs are mentioning it.

Why is that righties? Don't you really care about this issue? Or is it only important when it's fabricated "illegal immigrant" voter fraud? Or fabricated ACORN fraud? Or fabricated identification voter fraud?

I'm beginning to think that all the righties around here are hypocrites.

Well considering your's was the 6th post...maybe you should give them some time before coming to a conclusion? I mean, that's all we hear about Obama right?
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Old 04-01-2009, 09:50 AM
 
Location: Idaho Falls
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Well considering your's was the 6th post...maybe you should give them some time before coming to a conclusion? I mean, that's all we hear about Obama right?
My sixth post was two days after the OP was posted. You are being disingenuous by saying it was only the sixth post. Secondly, your post is 9 days after the OP. Still, nothing but one generic "voter fraud is bad no matter who does it" comment from one conservative. How much time do you conservatives need?

Again, this is an issue that really motivates you. There were a ton of posts about voter fraud before (and after) the election.

Why the silence? Why will no conservative address the fact that actual voter fraud is almost always GOP-related. And that the uproar about ACORN and about voter-ID laws that the GOP is always pushing are addressing problems that don't exist.

Do you have the courage to address the issue?
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Old 04-01-2009, 10:06 AM
 
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It appears that 7 out of 8 are registered with the Democrat party and 1 of the 8 was registered with the Republican party... eat it...
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Old 04-01-2009, 09:12 PM
 
Location: Idaho Falls
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It appears that 7 out of 8 are registered with the Democrat party and 1 of the 8 was registered with the Republican party... eat it...
It's not that clear. I'll save my appetite.

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On this point, a commenter who wrote in to respond to last week's article, who claims to be "from Clay County" and to know "each of the people arrested," writes that "ALL of the eight arrested this week" were actually Republican. "They registered as Democrat and took leadership roles in the local party to control precinct officer seats, ensuring all officers at the precinct were hand picked." I can't yet confirm that fact, but that reader's comment is posted in full below, with another one from a Kentucky writer, as both contain some helpful background. (source)
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Old 04-02-2009, 02:45 PM
 
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Yeah, hate to say it but it was a bunch of Democrats who committed voter fraud. The problem is that I am as outraged, if not more so, than if these crimes were committed by Republicans. I just dont understand how we Americans are putting up with voter machines that give NO PAPER TRAIL. I would post threads about this topic during the election process last year and no one would be interested. WHY? Why is there so little interest for electronic voting machines which have no paper trail and have been shown time and time again to be very easily manipulated, without anyone ever knowing.

DO YOU ALL REALLY TRULY BELIEVE THIS IS THE ONLY CASE OF VOTER FRAUD IN OUR LARGE COUNTRY? These machines actually caused Bush to win the election in OH for his second term, the machine changed votes right before voters' eyes and this was well documented.

REACT PEOPLE! This should be the single biggest issue in this "Elections" forum!
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Old 04-06-2009, 09:47 PM
 
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Well hogie-boy...how's that crow taste?
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Old 04-07-2009, 01:02 AM
 
Location: Moose Jaw, in between the Moose's butt and nose.
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Well hogie-boy...how's that crow taste?
What crow? Look at the 2nd or 3rd post before yours realllllllly carefully, ok?
They basically did something similiar to that operation chaos that Limbaugh talked about in Texas.
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