Grand Theft Democracy, Part Three

The Department of Justice has sent out election monitors to eighteen states (none of which is Nevada)

Arizona: in Yuma County, the GOP has found that one in four last minute voter registration requests are bogus, which is on top of the “hundreds, if not thousands” of fake registrations already found.

California: Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi (D) may have violated campaign finance laws by making threats against left-wing groups if they didn’t spend more money and go on the air more in defense of the indefensible Democrats.

Maryland: A federal court ruled that “it is a violation of a soldier’s constitutional rights to not receive his complete ballot on time. The court ruled that the John Doe officer stationed in Iraq had standing to sue based on deprivations of their constitutional rights. … This means that military members need not wait on the bureaucrats in Washington, DC, at the Justice Department to sue.” This is, of course, a good thing because we know that the current DOJ have absolutely no intention whatsoever of protecting the military’s right to vote. (H/T: C2)

Minnesota: The audience laughed out loud when Rep. Betty McCollum (D) claimed during a debate that there wasn’t a problem with voter fraud in this country. Well, I’m sure she doesn’t have a problem with it, since so far it’s all being done by her party.

Nevada: Clark County Registrar of Voters Larry Lomax said Wednesday that “he has ‘reconciled’ five discrepancies in early voting alleged by Republicans this week. [Five? Is that all? -RM] But Lomax, appearing at a news conference called by Secretary of State Ross Miller to calm fears of voting irregularities, would not say how he has cleared up the discrepancies. … ‘This kind of feeding frenzy we’re experiencing right now I think is unjustified,’ Lomax said. ‘I can see where the flames are getting fanned by certain people.’ ”

North Carolina: The GOP is suing the State Board of Elections, “alleging that touch-screen machines are thwarting efforts by voters to cast Republican ballots.” It’s nice to see the GOP fighting this; the way they’ve rolled over recently letting Al Franken and others cheat their way into office has only emboldened the Democrats. Lawyers are like nuclear weapons: we all hate ’em, but as long as the other side has ’em, we need ’em too. (H/T: C2)

Texas: The New Black Panthers have announced that they will be acting as poll watchers in Houston. What could possibly go wrong?

Utah: voting machines were left unattended overnight in an office building lobby.

Virginia: Democrats in Arlington have to be reminded yet again that giving anything to people in exchange for voting is illegal. Yes, even beer.

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2 Responses to “Grand Theft Democracy, Part Three”

  1. realwest Says:

    Great stuff RM!! And just think, it’s not even Election Day yet! Whoo-hoo!!

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