obama on ballot due to election fraud, but we don't need voter ids

@debrakcarey (19924)
United States
April 28, 2013 8:52pm CST
Democrats keep telling us that there’s no reason to worry about securing the ballot or checking voter ID because fraud happens so seldom that it’s practically inconsequential. Tell that to a jury in Indiana that just ruled both Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton only got on the Indiana primary ballot in 2008 because of election fraud. A jury in South Bend, Indiana has found that fraud put President Obama and Hillary Clinton on the presidential primary ballot in Indiana in the 2008 election. Two Democratic political operatives were convicted Thursday night in the illegal scheme after only three hours of deliberations. They were found guilty on all counts. Former longtime St. Joseph County Democratic party Chairman Butch Morgan Jr. was found guilty of felony conspiracy counts to commit petition fraud and forgery, and former county Board of Elections worker Dustin Blythe was found guilty of felony forgery counts and falsely making a petition, after being accused of faking petitions that enabled Obama, then an Illinois Senator, to get on the presidential primary ballot for his first run for the White House. You may be wondering how they pulled this off. Well, as Rick Nees explained “page after page of signatures (were) all in the same handwriting.” However, nobody picked up on it, “because election workers in charge of verifying their validity were the same people faking the signatures.” Had a whistleblower not had an attack of conscience, they would have gotten away with it, too. Keep that in mind when Democrats say we can trust everyone to be honest and so we don’t need to take any special steps to protect the integrity of our elections. http://www.liveleak.com/view?i=7da_1367099169&utm_source=dlvr.it&utm_medium=twitter
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@coffeebreak (17820)
• United States
29 Apr 13
Democrates don't want voter ID because they wouldn't win if we did. I still think this last election was rigged in some way. Romney was ahead a fair amount and the results just came in FAR to soon and fastly reported...some polls still had hours left to be open...and then before polls were even closed, they announced the winner. It was just to fast, to quick and not at all in concurrence with previous weeks counts.
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@debrakcarey (19924)
• United States
29 Apr 13
Not to mention that in all the states with voter ID laws, Obama LOST.
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• Redlands, California
29 Apr 13
If Republicans didn't gerrymander the only states they would be in control of is the south. Should be making voting easier not harder, that is unless you like what we have now.
• Redlands, California
29 Apr 13
I take that back some states in the Midwest too like Missouri, Nebraska, and Oklahoma.
@flowerchilde (12518)
• United States
30 Apr 13
Well that sure explains how such an unknown got on the ticket to begin with! That always was a mystery! No more.. Geeshe! I really do have to wonder what else is lurking around behind this guy!
@artemeis (4041)
• China
29 Apr 13
We Chinese have a saying that "the net of Heaven has large meshes, but it lets nothing through". Nothing is new about people exploiting the system to gain that unfair advantage and breaking the law. I don't know what is happening with the ballot administrators in Indiana that could ever consider adopting a very questionable approach - going primitive with "trust". I am sorry but as much as this is being stated I wonder how this grand scheme could actually get past the watchful eyes of referees who are there to observe for any irregularities during voting like this fraud you have mentioned. Don't tell me that they are involved or that they were not around during that time. This is really cause for concern.
• United States
30 Apr 13
Money gets a person almost anything he/she wants.
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• Philippines
29 Apr 13
Democrats are probably doing something right........ I believe every official candidate for this coming election have the best interest of the country at heart! there policies, in many instances, may have been misguided but i dont believe any of them loved the country any more or less than the rest of us.
• United States
30 Apr 13
I agree, I pretty much believe both parties mean well.. but I can't help thinking two additional things, ..cheating and fraud is never acceptable.. And many think this country should be radically changed into a different country, which to me, doesn't really sound like they like the country.. Change/collapse will not be so pleasant as some have been led to believe..
@clrumfelt (5424)
• United States
5 May 13
I think you're right when it comes to the elections the foxes are guarding the chicken house, so to speak. But do you think it will really matter after so much time has passed, and do those with the real facts have enough political clout to be able to do something about the findings? I hope something can be done to stop this kind of election fraud.