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Old 10-12-2008, 05:55 AM
 
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November 4, 2008 marks the first time in U.S. history whereby countless foreign nationals known as illegal aliens or non-citizens—may contaminate the U.S. presidential and Congressional elections. When all it takes to win may be a few percentage points, illegal aliens grow in their power to throw an election.

A recent report shows 80,000 Chicago illegals registered to vote: “But won’t show up at jury summons,” wrote Mark Burkhalter, for the Atlanta Journal-Constitution newspaper published on: 07/15/08. Chicago features 2.1 million illegal aliens within Richard Daley’s “Sanctuary City.” Cities such as Los Angeles, with upwards of 3.1 million illegal aliens, feature even more voters swinging the vote for the presidency.

David Simcox, “How many non-citizen voters?” in the Social Contract, summer 2008, Vol. XVIII, No. 4, thesocialcontract.com, said, “…non-citizen voters in 1996 provided the narrow winning margin in Democrat Loretta Sanchez’s upset of long-time incumbent Republican Bob Dornan in California’s 47th Congressional district in Orange County. They believe that the incident was not isolated and that it presaged a growing threat to good government in general.”

Simcox continued, “Indicators of significant registration of non-citizens continue to pop up, and the current vast voter registration campaigns of Hispanic and Asian interests since Congress’s 2006 rejection of mass amnesty may force local registrars to increase their rubber-stamping of applications, producing new legions of non-citizens to vote in 2008.”

One of the most disturbing placards in the LA and Chicago illegal alien marches, read, “Today we march; tomorrow we vote!”

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With as high as 2.7 million illegal aliens voting in this November’s election for president and Congressional candidates, along with very thin margins, it’s quite possible that the next president of the United States may be voted into office by illegal aliens. That harsh reality illustrates America’s degradation toward “Third World Momentum” and the loss of this Republic.

http://www.newswithviews.com/Wooldridge/frosty405.htm

Lengthy but very interesting read.
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Old 10-12-2008, 06:16 AM
 
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November 4, 2008 marks the first time in U.S. history whereby countless foreign nationals known as illegal aliens or non-citizens—may contaminate the U.S. presidential and Congressional elections. When all it takes to win may be a few percentage points, illegal aliens grow in their power to throw an election.

A recent report shows 80,000 Chicago illegals registered to vote: “But won’t show up at jury summons,” wrote Mark Burkhalter, for the Atlanta Journal-Constitution newspaper published on: 07/15/08. Chicago features 2.1 million illegal aliens within Richard Daley’s “Sanctuary City.” Cities such as Los Angeles, with upwards of 3.1 million illegal aliens, feature even more voters swinging the vote for the presidency.

David Simcox, “How many non-citizen voters?” in the Social Contract, summer 2008, Vol. XVIII, No. 4, thesocialcontract.com, said, “…non-citizen voters in 1996 provided the narrow winning margin in Democrat Loretta Sanchez’s upset of long-time incumbent Republican Bob Dornan in California’s 47th Congressional district in Orange County. They believe that the incident was not isolated and that it presaged a growing threat to good government in general.”

Simcox continued, “Indicators of significant registration of non-citizens continue to pop up, and the current vast voter registration campaigns of Hispanic and Asian interests since Congress’s 2006 rejection of mass amnesty may force local registrars to increase their rubber-stamping of applications, producing new legions of non-citizens to vote in 2008.”

One of the most disturbing placards in the LA and Chicago illegal alien marches, read, “Today we march; tomorrow we vote!”

****************

With as high as 2.7 million illegal aliens voting in this November’s election for president and Congressional candidates, along with very thin margins, it’s quite possible that the next president of the United States may be voted into office by illegal aliens. That harsh reality illustrates America’s degradation toward “Third World Momentum” and the loss of this Republic.

http://www.newswithviews.com/Wooldridge/frosty405.htm

Lengthy but very interesting read.
obama doesn't care where he gets his votes from... he even does tv and radio
campaign ads in spanish. 30 years ago if he tried that crap.. they would have
run him out of town. If he does win.. he'll have his little cockroaches stealing
more American jobs by having them working at the White House...
cuban cigar in one hand - and a tortilla in the other!
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Old 10-12-2008, 06:23 AM
 
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i am not sure that americans will be as interested in supporting obama when they realize how much his recent bailouts have cost americans, as well as his future bailouts:

One is the Jubilee Act, which would cancel as much as $75 billion worth of Third World debt, and the other is the Global Poverty Act, which would cost an estimated $845 billion. Total potential cost: $920 billion, both of them sponsored by Barack Obama.

This world view that he has is unfortunately attained on the backs of united states taxpayers. i hope that taxpayers will say enough already!
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Old 10-12-2008, 07:03 AM
 
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obama doesn't care where he gets his votes from... he even does tv and radio
campaign ads in spanish. 30 years ago if he tried that crap.. they would have
run him out of town. If he does win.. he'll have his little cockroaches stealing
more American jobs by having them working at the White House...
cuban cigar in one hand - and a tortilla in the other!
Unfortunately, neither of them cares where the votes come from. Our democracy has been shattered by the crooked politicians, corporate crooks and illegal alien invaders.

That being said, make no mistake about it, both candidates are equally disgusting panderers whose speeches are customized to whomever they happen to be addressing on any given day.
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Old 10-12-2008, 07:06 AM
 
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i am not sure that americans will be as interested in supporting obama when they realize how much his recent bailouts have cost americans, as well as his future bailouts:

One is the Jubilee Act, which would cancel as much as $75 billion worth of Third World debt, and the other is the Global Poverty Act, which would cost an estimated $845 billion. Total potential cost: $920 billion, both of them sponsored by Barack Obama.

This world view that he has is unfortunately attained on the backs of united states taxpayers. i hope that taxpayers will say enough already!
Neither the racists on the McCain side or the American idol voters on the Obama side of the fence are aware of nor do they care about any of the vital issues that will save America. They are all sheeple who drink from the cup of divisive political and race based tactics geared toward continuing the traditional partyline crapfest.

Each political side of the aisle has an agenda and a fanbase. Unfortunately, those of us who are educated in terms of the issues and are on the side of sovereignty and reclamation of America don't have a candidate in the race.
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Old 10-12-2008, 07:42 AM
 
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i am not sure that americans will be as interested in supporting obama when they realize how much his recent bailouts have cost americans, as well as his future bailouts:

One is the Jubilee Act, which would cancel as much as $75 billion worth of Third World debt, and the other is the Global Poverty Act, which would cost an estimated $845 billion. Total potential cost: $920 billion, both of them sponsored by Barack Obama.

This world view that he has is unfortunately attained on the backs of united states taxpayers. i hope that taxpayers will say enough already!
Why do you say "his recent bailouts"? Are you saying Barack Obama designed and pushed the financial bailouts?

Obama understands very well that we're in serious financial trouble. He's been staying up to speed for many months with the situation (unlike McCain, one of whose economic advisers is his old friend Deregulation Phil Gramm).

Obama's not going to seize the reins in January and start dictating a lot of irresponsible spending. He and Biden both have said that in this economic climate many plans made back in the palmy days will have to be scaled back, postponed or abandoned.

At any rate Obama has never swerved from his insistence that any federal expenditures would be paid via a strict PAYGO schedule.

He was one of 26 co-sponsors of the Jubilee Act, not the prime sponsor. I dont know much about it except that it is not recent. I dont know the plans for it, or the status of other foreign-aid bills, under present economic conditions.

The Global Poverty Act "simply asks for a refocusing of resources toward this goal, not new spending, essentially mandating more efficiency and focus in meeting this huge problem. The Congressional Budget Office estimated that "implementing S. 2433 would cost less than $1 million per year. It would, therefore, take 8,450 years for the Global Poverty Act to spend the money the RNC claims it would spend."

http://www.cbo.gov/ftpdoc.cfm?index=9082&type=0&sequence=0 (broken link)

Here is an interesting conservative take on the House version of the Global Poverty Act, which passed last September unanimously - that means by every Republican member. You'll see why in the second para.:
However, the facts are somewhat more mundane. The text of the bill, HR 1302 RFS that has been approved by the House and sent to the Senate, contains no spending provisions. Section 4 of the bill, as currently written, requires the White House to develop a "comprehensive strategy", with "measurable goals, efforts to be undertaken, benchmarks, and timetables". There is no specific language that requires anything besides generating some documents.

In short, the measure is completely toothless and illustrates Obama’s supposed commitment to "ending global poverty" as nothing other than smoke and mirrors - a fact that should disappoint many Democrats. This is something that legislators can sign on to, and later advertise their poverty-ending efforts to their constituents. The Global Poverty Act is nothing more than a piece of paper that demands other pieces of paper.

- conservative pulse.com
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Old 10-12-2008, 07:43 AM
 
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November 4, 2008 marks the first time in U.S. history whereby countless foreign nationals known as illegal aliens or non-citizens—may contaminate the U.S. presidential and Congressional elections. When all it takes to win may be a few percentage points, illegal aliens grow in their power to throw an election.

http://www.newswithviews.com/Wooldridge/frosty405.htm

Lengthy but very interesting read.
That's a disturbing idea. This may be reinventing the wheel, but I looked up information on how what is required for voting purposes - proof of citizenship required, etc. I found this article which mentions that in the least restrictive states all that is required is a verified signature. http://www.866ourvote.org/elections-101?id=0004 (broken link)

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Old 10-12-2008, 09:42 AM
 
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http://www.cbsnews.com/stories/2006/...r=HOME_1807172

http://www.miracoalition.org/uploads/2n/Ip/2nIpKknUi5zDawCmDQqD2A/Tomorrow-We-Vote-Rpt-final_1_-6-28-06ail.pdf (broken link)
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Old 10-12-2008, 12:51 PM
 
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That's a disturbing idea. This may be reinventing the wheel, but I looked up information on how what is required for voting purposes - proof of citizenship required, etc. I found this article which mentions that in the least restrictive states all that is required is a verified signature. Proof of Citizenship & Voting Identification - Election Protection (http://www.866ourvote.org/elections-101?id=0004 - broken link)
While proof of residency is required by law, as someone who was born and raised in Chicago and presently resides 35 miles outside of Chicago, politically, I am very familiar with "Chicago style" politics. Not only is Chicago an illegal alien filled cesspool where illegal have already been registered and WILL BE ALLOWED TO VOTE, those dead people that Acorn registered past and present? I have no doubt were residents of a cemetary in Illinois.
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Old 10-12-2008, 12:55 PM
 
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'Today We March, Tomorrow We Vote', Poll Finds Latinos Energized To Vote — But For Which Party? - CBS News

http://www.miracoalition.org/uploads/2n/Ip/2nIpKknUi5zDawCmDQqD2A/Tomorrow-We-Vote-Rpt-final_1_-6-28-06ail.pdf (broken link)
I witnessed one of those rallys in downtown Chicago at high noon and every single adult marcher was chanting in spanish. The anchor babies were carrying the signs that stated "Today we march tomorrow we vote". All of the signs displayed identical lettering which led me to believe that ONE ENGLISH SPEAKER was responsible for making those signs. The had a motorcade of police protection courtesy of the taxpayers of Chicago.

Needless to say, I was out there shouting them down.
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