Sunday, October 24, 2010

Do You Want Honest People In Office?

In New York, absentee ballots showed up in the last election that were proven to be phony. They were all Democratic ballots.

In close races like Nevada and several other states, Democratic campaigns are actually pushing and supporting 3rd party candidates in an effort to split the Republican vote.

One Ohio school bused students to a place they could vote early and they were given ONLY Democratic ballots. And then they rewarded the students with ice cream. Both acts are illegal.

And, of course, we all remember the Al Franken theft of office, where Franken lost handily, but insisted on a recount and, suddenly, enough Democrat ballots miraculously appeared out of someone's car to give the Senate seat to Franken. It did not seem to matter that those ballots could not be validated.

And then there was A.C.O.R.N., which was indicted in several states for voter fraud and voter registration fraud - all in favor of Democratic candidates.

And, finally, the worst act of all - in Portland, Maine, Democrats have placed a referendum on the ballot that would give ILLEGAL ALIENS the right to vote. You read that correctly - people who are not even allowed to be here legally would have a legal right to vote, and affect how things are run. The reason for this insanity is simple - illegals want rights, and the Democrats would give them amnesty. So, they would likely vote Democrat. Just another attempt at fixing elections. And with Portland's large Somali community, residents had better understand that it is possible that the city could end up being run by Somali nationals.

If a party has to lie, cheat and steal in order to get elected, I do not think they should get any votes at all, not even from their mothers (who should be ashamed of their children).

I only have one question - are these the kinds of people whon should be in control of this great nation? If you say yes, then you get what you deserve. If you say no, then you have an obligation to get out and vote on November 2nd.


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