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Yeah, voter fraud

20 Nov

doesn’t affect elections.

Don’t be a frickin’ moron!


Many of you are

20 Nov

foolishly sticking your fingers in your ears and saying “La, la, la there is no voter fraud!” That is an unbelievably moronic position. Here is but one example. Do you really think there were not 312 fraudulent (net) votes for Franken? REALLY?

Oh, and we have Obamacare because of Franken’s vote. But just think, fraud defenders: YOU created the electoral climate that gave us Donald Trump. YOU! This is of YOUR making. Own it!

So before you again spout off nonsense about how voter fraud, if it even exists, is so minimal as to have no practical effect, think of THIS–stick THAT in your pipe and smoke it! What a bunch of crap! Minimal, my butt…

I agree that Tweeden was foolish to wait so long to reveal the truth. But if elections had been fair it would not have mattered, in terms of the election.


Donna Brazile

06 Nov

by accident put her finger on the exact problem (though I’m sure she doesn’t even recognize it as a problem).

You might be able to persuade a handful of Real Simple magazine readers who drink gin and tonics to change their vote to Hillary, but you had not necessarily made them enthusiastic enough to want to get up off the couch and go to the polls.

See, when I’m too unmotivated to get my butt off the couch to go to the polls (and to register), maybe this whole voting thing is really not for me. I may not have all that good of judgment in terms of voting, anyway. THAT is why motor-voter and other such stupid schemes are such a terrible idea. Brazile puts her finger on it. We don’t want voting to be easier! That is a horrible idea! Who thought of THAT? For sure it was a Leftist.

So what will make them enthusiastic enough to want to put the Cheetos™ down, get my big butt up off the couch, and go to the polls? It’s almost for sure a desire to engage in the civic process. And you need a candidate people are excited about. Plus, the easier it is to vote, the more voter fraud you will have.

So with those schemes you get lots of those who are motivated by ease and to take stuff from others. Yeah, bad idea. Really bad. It sounds good on the surface (Hey! votes are sacrosanct and every person should vote!), but even a little in-depth thought shows it to be a steaming pile of crap. It’s a trap.


It is not really

25 Sep

a glitch. This is, in fact, the entire purpose of motor-voter schemes!

I understand well that there are those among us who are bamboozled. There are those who make a fetish out of voting. This is reason # 1,042 why “motor-voter” schemes are horrible and simply an invitation to fraud. <sigh>

But it is quite clear to anyone who is both paying and not a victim of the Left’s “Old Jedi Mind Trick” that Motor-Voter schemes are a terrible idea! I mean, really stupid. It is just not rationally defensible.

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And yet,

15 Sep

those who consider themselves smarter than the average bear keep telling us that the IS no voter fraud. At least nothing significant.

But the question is, “Just how do they know”? I mean, on what grounds should I believe them? If voter fraud can be done without any detectable indicator, how on earth could you even know it doesn’t happen enough to change election outcomes? Just why should I believe YOU? What is your evidence?

But the truth is that I think it is moronic to argue that there is no significant voter fraud (itself a fall-back position). It is lunacy. Actually, it is political hackism combined with gullible rube-ism. If the public effectively demanded voter security, the Democrats would be just a fringe appendage and would rapidly be replaced by something else.

That’s why people defend obvious voter fraud. Well, that and gullibility.


Wait, I was totally assured

13 Sep

that this was not actually a problem! Really?

Honestly do I look stupid? No, really. Do I look stupid? Because, in truth, I am not that stupid…

You’ve got to be a) a total moron, b) a naive rube fooled by the likes of the NY Times, or c) an inveterate hack to buy the “there is no voter fraud” nonsense. There just ARE no other possibilities. If you are a voter fraud denier, YOU fall into one of those three groups. So own it!

Motor-voter” laws just suck rotten eggs. Here’s a quote: New Jersey offers eye-opening lessons,” PILF President and General Counsel J. Christian Adams said. “A limited inquiry found that hundreds of non-citizens are documented throughout voter records, typically because a bureaucrat offered them an application. Some were even asked after presenting a Green Card. That broken system is propped up by an honor code proven repeatedly to fail. Many illegally voted. Some claimed they didn’t know they were registered until an immigration agent called.

Got it? Hundreds. And that is almost for sure a very low estimate. Tell me again how many votes Al Franken won by? And was he the deciding vote in Obamacare? And how many votes did Christine Gregoire lose by an WA state? Yeah, NOT insignificant.

Motor-voter laws are just a Democrat way of cheating–get folks who are on the dole and who aren’t motivated enough to vote to put the Cheetos™ long enough to go register to vote to actually put a paper in the mail (if they even do and some Democrat operative does not just do it as part of their fraud efforts). Then they lie and say that voter fraud is minor and insignificant. It truly is the fetishization of voting.

It’s really aggravating to have our Democracy/Republic maliciously screwed over like this. And it truly is both malicious and deliberate–though not on the part of most immigrants.

If there were no cheating would Democrats have any seats outside of CA and NY? Would they even exist as a party?

I know I get crap from the vote fetishists, But it should be that if you don’t pay NET taxes, you don’t vote, though ALL military veterans (and spouses and first-degree relatives)  are able to vote just by virtue of being a veteran or closely related to one.

Of course, that would be the end of the Democrat party right there. They wouldn’t win even in CA and NY!

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08 Sep

there is no voter fraud. Puh-leeze. Don’t be a frickin’ moron! There are people in office right now who are there only due to voter fraud.

Here’s some more.

Please, don’t beclown yourself by parroting the NY Times line that there is no significant voter fraud. I’m embarrassed for you…



30 Aug

is the currency of the Left. They have no reason, no logic, only outrage.

And they use that outrage to stymie efforts toward voter integrity. They love voter fraud! It is what keeps them in business.

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Wait, but

14 Aug

I’m told over and over that this kind of stuff doesn’t happen! At least (the “limited modified hang out” position) that it is not significant. Yeah, I’m just sure that this is an isolated event and was by no means part of a broader practice. Yeah, THAT’s the ticket! <sheesh, how stupid do you think I am?>

Look, you may only see one cockroach. But, of course, there is not just one around. Yeah, the guy was caught in this case. But it is pretty clear that there is a structure there. And that structure is not there just for decoration. DUH! It’s not easy or typical to get caught for voter fraud, let alone be punished. So when the cost goes down, the frequency goes up. It’s elementary economics.

Oh, and did you notice that this guy fraudulently voted for Democrats? That also is typical. Conservatives don’t usually engage in voter fraud–Democrats do. Heaven help you if you are a Republican in a tight race! You have to beat your opponent, but you also have to cover the fraudulent votes. If it’s close…

You can read all about this in the New York Times. It is an above-the-fold front page blockbuster. Oh wait, no you can’t! Must not be news that is fit to print…

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Huh. Voter fraud

07 Aug

in California.

If you are shocked, you are stoooopid.

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