12 Former Officials Indicted for Voter Fraud

Well as the talking point goes, all Republicans are racist, so….
….. for whom did these officials commit fraud?.

QUITMAN, GA (WALB) – 12 former Brooks County officials were indicted for voter fraud. The suspects are accused of illegally helping people vote by absentee ballot.

State officials launched an investigation after an unusually high number of absentee ballots were cast in the July 2010 primary election. “As a result of their grand jury findings 12 individuals were indicted in that particular matter and we will be trying that case in a court of judicial law instead of a court of public opinion so that will be pending this next year,” said District Attorney Joe Mulholland.

The defendants include some workers in the voter registrar’s office and some school board members. They are Angela Bryant, April Proctor, Brenda Monds, Debra Denard, Lula Smart, Kechia Harrison, Robert Denard, Sandra Cody, Elizabeth Thomas, Linda Troutman, Latashia Head, and Nancy Denard.

And as the second talking point goes.  “Democrats don’t commit voter fraud.”

Here is another example, drones, of Democrat voter fraud.  We see and will see this more and more as the Democrats begin to lose in the arena of ideas, when class envy, class warfare, demagoguery and race cards no longer have any affect.

No wonder, liberals are against any type of voter verification for without it they could not pad the ballot box.

Here’s an update.

And another.

114 thoughts on “12 Former Officials Indicted for Voter Fraud

    • J. R. Babcock November 23, 2011 / 2:29 pm

      The Washington Post Opinion page: now there’s a bastion of truth and justice.

    • Cap'n Obvious November 23, 2011 / 2:31 pm

      That’s interesting; only 4 instances of voter fraud found in Ohio (where the voting machines were all supposedly rigged to win the election for Bush in 2004). Only 86 people convicted federally from 2002 to 2005.

      Also interesting that these are the same people that tell us the Brady Bill has prevented tens of thousands of illegal purchases of handguns (133,000 in 2009 alone) yet there have been fewer than 200 prosecutions (79 total in 2009) since its inception.

      So, because there are few prosecutions and precious few convictions does that mean they’re lying about the violations?

    • tiredoflibbs November 23, 2011 / 3:24 pm

      And out of the gate, bloody, a mindless drone, regurgitates the usual dumbed down talking points.

      In this country, we are required by law to get an SSN, and now health insurance (are there the usual whinings about the poor, the elderly and minorities?).

      Now, there are shuttles to bus the elderly, the disabled and minorities without access to transportation to the polls on election day and dozens of voter registration drives before state and national elections, I am sure there is the ability to provide a voter ID – IF THEY ARE WILLING TO DO SO, of course. But there I go again, thinking logically.

      Why are liberals so resistant?

      • Cap'n Obvious November 23, 2011 / 3:36 pm

        If they’re are not “WILLING TO DO SO” there are plenty of SEIU or ACORN representatives willing to do the voting for them, for the price of a 40 ounce or a pack of Kools.

  1. RetiredSpook November 23, 2011 / 2:34 pm

    J.R., even our friends north of the border know what a bunch of cheatin’ SOB’s our Donkrats are.

    • Cap'n Obvious November 23, 2011 / 3:00 pm

      Sigmund Freud interviewed 100 Viennese and discovered that all of man’s problems are related to Mommy. Had he interviewed 100 Irishmen he would have concluded that all of man’s problems are related to whisky.

      The “Myths” meme from the WaPo scours Ohio looking for voter fraud and finds few; had they just travelled to Chicago they’d be up to their collective arses in voter fraud. However, I have a feeling the WaPo Editorial staff couldn’t find evidence of criminal activity in Jeffery Dahmer’s freezer.

  2. RetiredSpook November 23, 2011 / 3:12 pm

    One of the funniest conversations I ever had with a Democrat friend of mine involved the subject of voter fraud. I said something like, “you just never hear about dead Republicans voting; in fact news accounts of Republicans cheating are really quite rare.” My friend replied (and I’m not making this up), “yeah, Republicans just repress the vote by saying things like, Republicans vote on Tuesday and Democrats vote on Wednesday.” I said, “do you realize how stupid you’d have to be to fall for that old joke?” He was speechless.

    • neocon1 November 23, 2011 / 3:28 pm

      ACORN / Obama = voter fraud / fraud

    • neocon1 November 23, 2011 / 4:13 pm


      dont forget neighborhood dogs barking, suppressed black voters in Miami

      • Bigfoot November 23, 2011 / 4:48 pm

        And empty police cars parked about a mile down the road from the voting place.

    • tiredoflibbs November 23, 2011 / 7:49 pm

      Spook don’t you know you can’t blame the average uneducated and uninformed Democrat voter for falling for that. You know it is always someone else’s fault and the average Democrat voter are never held responsible for their actions.

  3. bloodypenquinstump November 23, 2011 / 4:12 pm

    “ACORN / Obama = voter fraud / fraud”

    Irrefutable science!! Honest question is there a conspiracy theory about Obama you don’t believe?

    • neocon1 November 23, 2011 / 4:13 pm

      he is your daddy

      • neocon1 November 23, 2011 / 4:54 pm

        Obama pal Rezko gets 10 years in jail…


      • neocon1 November 23, 2011 / 5:18 pm

        Obama to turkey: “You are hereby pardoned!”

        Turkey to Obama, “FUBO”

  4. bloodypenquinstump November 23, 2011 / 5:55 pm

    There are facts to believe, but you have heard many, many theories about him, are there any negative theories about him you dismiss? You may be suffering from a bit of confirmation bias. I have read many of your old posts and you seem to believe many “facts” about Obama that are disproven by other “facts” you believe. Self knowledge of your tendancies to believe false things because they make you feel confirmed in your opinions can help you a lot in the future.

    • neocon1 November 23, 2011 / 6:03 pm


      Sen. Obama, who has taught courses in constitutional law at the University of Chicago, has regularly referred to himself as “a constitutional law professor,” most famously at a March 30, 2007, fundraiser when he said, “I was a constitutional law professor, which means unlike the current president I actually respect the Constitution.” A spokesman for the Republican National Committee immediately took exception to Obama’s remarks, pointing out that Obama’s title at the University of Chicago was “senior lecturer” and not “professor.”

      • dennis November 27, 2011 / 11:04 pm

        University of Chicago Law School statement:

        The Law School has received many media requests about Barack Obama, especially about his status as “Senior Lecturer.” From 1992 until his election to the U.S. Senate in 2004, Barack Obama served as a professor in the Law School. He was a Lecturer from 1992 to 1996. He was a Senior Lecturer from 1996 to 2004, during which time he taught three courses per year. Senior Lecturers are considered to be members of the Law School faculty and are regarded as professors, although not full-time or tenure-track. The title of Senior Lecturer is distinct from the title of Lecturer, which signifies adjunct status. Like Obama, each of the Law School’s Senior Lecturers have high-demand careers in politics or public service, which prevent full-time teaching. Several times during his 12 years as a professor in the Law School, Obama was invited to join the faculty in a full-time tenure-track position, but he declined.


      • neocon1 November 28, 2011 / 11:03 am

        during which time he taught three courses per year.

        THREE ONE DAY “courses” a YEAR

        Bwaaaaaaa ha ha ha ha ha
        FAKE but true……….LOL LOL

      • neocon1 November 28, 2011 / 11:12 am

        So, the “law professor” puffery is something on its own. Not all that much, but something. Now, consider the other 9 items, and judge for yourself whether the Clinton campaign has made its point, which melds questions of Obama’s honesty to the contention that he lacks experience:

        Obama claimed credit for nuclear leak legislation that never passed.

        Obama misspoke about his being conceived because of Selma.

        Sen. Obama took too much credit for his community organizing efforts.

        Obama’s assertion that nobody had indications Rezko was engaging in wrongdoing ‘strains credulity.’ ”

        Obama was forced to revise his assertion that lobbyists ‘won’t work in my White House.’

        ‘Selective, embellished and out-of-context quotes from newspapers pump up Obama’s health plan.’

        Sen. Obama said ‘I passed a law that put Illinois on a path to universal coverage,’ but Obama health care legislation merely set up a task force.

        ‘Obama…seemed to exaggerate the legislative progress he made’ on ethics reform.
        Obama drastically overstated Kansas tornado deaths during campaign appearance.

    • RetiredSpook November 23, 2011 / 6:22 pm

      I have read many of your old posts

      Who does that — I mean besides Sasan?

      • neocon1 November 23, 2011 / 6:25 pm

        NEW poster……..read many old posts????

        WTF??? LOL

  5. mitch November 23, 2011 / 5:58 pm

    What the update did not mention was the total number of voters. Nationwide, the % of voter fraud cases in the last general election was measured in .000 percentages.
    If conservatives were so confident that the public agreed with them, they would not be doing everything they possibly could to disenfranchise the poor, the elderly, students and residents of large cities who might not have a drivers license. They would be making it easier to register. The point isn’t that people can’t register, it’s what they have to go through in order to do so. And those that the are targeting tend to vote for Democrats. There were some examples of elderly Black people who have been voting for yrs who all of a sudden had to provide their elementary school records. Why don’t you all just admit the truth about yourselves. The world has progressed, our culture is changing and you can’t fathom it. Even Erik Erikson is freaked.

    • neocon1 November 23, 2011 / 6:04 pm


      BS and more BS

    • tiredoflibbs November 23, 2011 / 7:57 pm

      Mitchiethekid, do you have any proof besides mindless dumbed down talking points?

      If there were CONFIRMED examples,then there would court cases and hearings for them now wouldn’t they?

      Please provide them……

      • neocon1 November 23, 2011 / 8:44 pm


        the only court case im aware of was the BLACK PANTHERS……OOPS!!

    • tiredoflibbs November 23, 2011 / 9:36 pm

      So mitchie-the-kid, you have an acceptable level of voter fraud.

      In order to register, you have to show proof of name, age and proof of residence. That’s it! You can register to vote at the numerous voting registration drives that take place when the cutoff date to vote is close. There are shuttles for the poor, the elderly, the handicapped, minorities and those who don’t have access to transportation. So all of your mindless, tired old talking points do not apply.

      Why don’t you want to prevent fraud?

  6. mitch November 23, 2011 / 6:03 pm

    Moderator: Completely irrelevant to the topic.

    • neocon1 November 23, 2011 / 6:05 pm

      The same GWB you worshiped like a religious deity.

      and MORE BS

      • neocon1 November 23, 2011 / 6:24 pm


        Why did Michelle Obama give up her license to practice law in 1993?

        Records at the Attorney Registration and Disciplinary Commission of the Supreme Court of Illinois list her status as “voluntarily inactive and not authorized to practice law.”

        It further states that Michelle license is “on court ordered inactive status.”

        The statement has many bloggers wondering why a court would issue an order to stop Michelle Obama from practicing law, and some have even suggested the first lady may have been facing allegations of misconduct.

      • neocon1 November 23, 2011 / 6:33 pm


        Here is a very partial list of documents relating to Obama’s past,that no one seems to have seen. Good luck finding them.

        Original birth certificate (you know, as in one you can actually touch)
        Obama/Dunham marriage license
        Obama/Dunham divorce documents
        Soetoro/Dunham marriage license
        Soetoro adoption records
        Occidental College records
        Passport—the one used for the trip to Pakistan (not mentioned in either biography)
        Columbia College records
        Columbia thesis
        Harvard College records
        Illinois State Bar Association records

      • neocon1 November 23, 2011 / 6:39 pm


        Why did Barry Soetoro change his name to Barack Hussein Obama?

        The “An American Expat in Southeast Asia” blog reports that Obama’s Indonesian schooling began when he was entered into the Roman obamabinladenrk6Catholic, Franciscus Assisi Primary School on January 1, 1968 and sat in class 1B. He was registered under the name Barry Soetoro, serial number 203. School documents listed Barry Soetoro as an Indonesian citizen and his religion was listed as Islam. He will spend three years at Franciscus.

        Catholic schools accept non-Catholics worldwide. Non-Catholic students are typically excused from religious instruction and ceremony.

        Obama’s family moves from H Ramir Street to Dempo Street and Obama enters the 4th grade at the Besuki Primary School, a government school. He was enrolled as Barry Soetoro, Muslim.

        All Indonesian students are required to study religion at school and a young Barry Soetoro, being a Muslim, would have been required to study Islam daily in school.

        He would have been taught to read and write Arabic, to recite his prayers properly, to read and recite from the Quran and to study the laws of Islam.

        In his autobiography, “Dreams From My Father,” Obama mentions studying the Quran and describes the public school as “a Muslim school.”

        According to Tine Hahiyary, one of Obama’s teachers and the principal from 1971 through 1989, Barry actively took part in the Islamic religious lessons during his time at the school. His teacher was named Maimunah and she lived in the Puncak area, the Cianjur Regency. “I remembered that he had studied “mengaji” (recitation of the Quran)” Tine said.

        Obama himself recalls, “In the Muslim school, the teacher wrote to tell mother I made faces during Koranic studies.”

        Our guy in Jakarta writes: “The actual usage of the word ‘mengaji’ in Indonesian and Malaysian societies means the study of learning to recite the Quran in the Arabic language rather than the native tongue. “Mengagi” is a word and a term that is accorded the highest value and status in the mindset of fundamentalist societies here in Southeast Asia. To put it quite simply, ‘mengaji classes’ are not something that a non practicing or so-called moderate Muslim family would ever send their child to. To put this in a Christian context, this is something above and beyond simply enrolling your child in Sunday school classes.”

        “The fact that Obama had attended mengaji classes is well known in Indonesia and has left many there wondering just when Obama is going to come out of the closet.”

        “As I’ve stated before, the evidence seems to quite clearly show that both Ann Dunham and her husband Lolo Soetoro Mangunharjo were in fact devout Muslims themselves and they raised their son as such.”

      • neocon1 November 23, 2011 / 6:40 pm

        Moderator: over the top.

      • neocon1 November 23, 2011 / 8:17 pm

        yeah but funny…..I figured it wouldnt last long LOL

  7. mitchethekid November 23, 2011 / 8:23 pm

    The more absurd the claims about the President’s past, the more Neo is convinced they are true. He needs to believe them in order to reconcile reality with his fantasy of a world view. Each source Neo refers to to justify his fantastic convictions are highly highly suspect at best and do not pass the muster of actual fact checking. If Obama said that water was wet and gravity exists, Neo would scoff and scour the internet in order to try to prove his (Neo’s) assertion that the President is a gay Muslim crack-head non-citizen anarchist who is the culmination of a secret plot initiated by the Illuminati back in 1961 to destroy white christian Amerika by stealing the election of 2008 from a cynical,angry, fear mongering old man and his narcissistic, pathologically lying barbie doll of a running mate. (Whom; btw, doesn’t actually run.) Interestingly, these propositions are held only by those who are stupifyingly ignorant, racist and prejudice. The good news is that this small and dwindling segment of our population is dying off. Maybe Obama can get a law past that criminalizes their breeding. We’ve got enough problems that conservatives created without allowing any more into the wood pile.

    • neocon1 November 23, 2011 / 10:03 pm

      bmitch theKID

      acid? meth? or crack?

      • mitchethekid November 23, 2011 / 11:40 pm

        I prefer psilocybin. The choice of shamans, psychiatrists and enlightened people around the glob.

      • Amazona November 24, 2011 / 10:39 pm

        “…enlightened people around the GLOB…”

        That sillycybin msut bee prety gooood stuf wut makes yu smatr

  8. bloodypenquinstump November 23, 2011 / 8:35 pm

    Listed a lot of conspiracies you do believe, can’t think of a single one you don’t huh?

    • neocon1 November 23, 2011 / 8:42 pm


      NO REFUTES………..just Morons chirping.

      • neocon1 November 23, 2011 / 8:47 pm

        say it AINT so joe………..

        The saga of Florida 2000 looks a WHOLE lot like Chicago 1960.
        Kennedy stole the 1960 election from Nixon in the same way that Gore is trying to steal the 2000 election from Bush.

        In the 1960 presidential race Richard M. Nixon lost by a hair to John F. Kennedy.

        Two states with razor-thin margins for Kennedy could have swung the election to Nixon: Kennedy carried Texas by only 46,000 votes, and he carried Illinos by a mere 9,000 votes.

        Illinois was then, and is now, dominated by Democratic machine politicians the kings of which are the Daley family of Chicago fame.

        Democratic Campaign Chair, William Daley, is the son of the late Chicago Mayor Richard J. Daley who was instrumental in “stealing” the 1960 election from Nixon. Bill Daley is also brother to the current Chicago Mayor, Richard Daley, Jr.

        In the aftermath of 1960 virtual non-election, investigators were alarmed by the fact that on election eve the Republicans were leading in Illinois but Daley’s operatives were withholding the results of a large number of precincts for some worrisome reason.

        Then, when Kennedy was just four electoral votes shy of winning the presidency, all of the missing Chicago precincts mysteriously reported at the same time, turning the tide in favor of Kennedy.

        There were 68 million votes cast in the 1960 election. The margin between the Republicans and the Democrats (Nixon and Kennedy) was a trifling 113,000 (less than 2/10 of one percent!) in favor of Kennedy.

        A subsequent investigation of vote fraud in Illinois and Texas revealed the following:

        Fannin County, Texas had only 4,895 registered voters. BUT 6,138 votes were cast, 75% of which went to Kennedy.

        Angelina County, Texas: In one precinct, only 86 people voted yet the final tally was 147 for Kennedy, 24 for Nixon.

        But Texas refused to conduct a recount. The Texas Election Board consisted entirely of Democrats, and the Board certified John Kennedy the winner in Texas.

        Illinois: News reporters witnessed so much voter fraud by the Democrats that the Chicago Tribune stated “the election of November 8 was characterized by such gross and palpable fraud as to justify the conclusion that [Nixon] was deprived of victory.” (As quoted by the Washington Post.)

        The Republican National Committee filed a lawsuit challenging the Chicago results. Not coincidentally, the lawsuit was assigned to the courtroom of a judge known to be friendly to Daley and the Democratic party, Circuit Court Judge Thomas Kluczynski. After predictably dismissing the Republican suit, Kluczynski was rewarded by “President” John F. Kennedy with an appointment to the federal bench.

        Earl Mazo was a reporter for the New York Herald Tribune in 1960. He investigated charges of Chicago voter fraud in the 1960 Kennedy / Nixon elections. Mazo found a cemetary in one Chicago precinct where the names on the head stones were registered voters who had actually voted!

        Reporter Mazo also visited the Chicago address where 56 Kennedy voters listed their address. What he found was an abandoned, demolished house.

        After numerous Democratic judges dismissed Republican charges of voter fraud, Kennedy was inaugurated.

        Following Kennedy’s inauguration, the U.S. Department of Justice performed an inconclusive investigation into the accumulated evidence of voter fraud. The head of the DOJ was none other than U.S. Attorney General Bobby Kennedy, brother of you-know-who.

      • neocon1 November 23, 2011 / 8:51 pm

        Rut Ro

        And you thought the mid-terms were over. MUA HA HA!

        Ever since the ‘explodah in Minnesota’ where Al Franken ascended gloriously to the Senate, jokes about extra bags of votes being found in car trunks have become fairly ubiquitous among more jaded election watchers. But now, thanks to the eagle eye of William Jacobson at Legal Insurrection, we know of a city in Upstate New York who may be trying a little oneupmanship on them.

        In the race for a seat in the closely contested state senate, GOP challenger Mark Grisanti is leading Democratic Sen. Antoine Thompson by 821 votes. While it’s too soon to declare victory, things are certainly looking up for the Republican, right?

        Not so fast there, slick.

        Two new voting machines were located last night in Buffalo, according to Sen.-elect Mike Gianaris, a Democratic attorney helping his party’s efforts in ballot counting…

        “It puts a cloud over the whole process,” Gianaris said of the machine irregularities. “And how we handle this is going to set the tone for around the state.”

        See, you people in Minnesota are never going to get anywhere if you keep focusing on small potatoes like individual bags of votes. Out here in the Empire States, we do things in a big way. We find entire voting machines weeks after the polls have closed.

      • neocon1 November 23, 2011 / 9:01 pm

        dying out

        Bwaaaaaaa ha ha ha ha ha ha

    • neocon1 November 23, 2011 / 9:07 pm

      can’t think of a single one you don’t huh?

      yeah I can;

      he is a straight, Christian.
      talk about fake conspiracy….

  9. Rafael November 23, 2011 / 9:12 pm

    My old buddy, Bodie (Wallace) keep making one great point after another. I don’t understand why they keep getting deleted. You guys don’t realize who you’re messin’ with. Bodie is a living legend in SF. If he’s not in Guinness, he should be.


    • neocon1 November 23, 2011 / 9:24 pm


      You guys don’t realize who you’re messin’ with.

      Yeah we do…..
      and most of us agree on his posts…………the BLANK!!!!! ones

      • neocon1 November 23, 2011 / 9:26 pm


        If he’s not in Guinness, he should be.

        I agree I just pee’d out a pint (guiness) and flushed, he SHOULD have been there circling the drain.

      • neocon1 November 23, 2011 / 9:47 pm


        Bodie is kept in a state of arrested decay

    • J. R. Babcock November 23, 2011 / 10:03 pm

      I’ll bite (no pun intended), what kind of record does Bodie hold?

  10. Majordomo Pain November 24, 2011 / 9:35 am

    We, Ourselves are not surprised that this was over looked. From Las Vegas CBS affiliate KLAS 8

    “(Oct. 13,) — Federal, state, and local officials are gathering information about allegations of voter registration fraud that were first raised Channel 8 Eyewitness News.

    An employee of a private voter registration firm alleges that his bosses trashed registration forms filled out by Democratic voters because they only wanted to sign up Republican voters.

    The allegations have set off a political firestorm stretching from Las Vegas to Washington D.C., and beyond.

    As with everything else in this election year, it’s now become a political football being tossed between the two parties, with charges and countercharges, but at its core, there still remains the matter of registration forms that were ripped up and tossed in the trash.

    Who did it, and why? That’s what official agencies will try to determine. On Tuesday afternoon, Las Vegan Eric Russell and his girlfriend took a packet of documents to the Las Vegas FBI office but left before filing a formal complaint about what Russell says was a deliberate effort to disenfranchise local voters.

    Russell worked for a company called Voters Outreach of America, along with 300 other people. He says he got into a beef with the company over a pay dispute, and witnessed his bosses ripping up registration forms that had been filed by democrats.

    “They were thrown away in the trash. I grabbed them out,” said Eric Russell. One of those forms belonged to Daren Gray, who was shocked to learn that the re-registration form he filled out was never turned in. ”

    The Right has turned away from easily detectable voter fraud to using the system to make it more difficult for likely Democratic voters to register and vote. Voter suppression multiplies what voter fraud is capable of for every thousand illegal ballots tens of thousands of voter can ne kicked off the rolls by way of changes to voting rules.

    • NEOCON1 November 24, 2011 / 9:48 am

      FRAUD = O


    • NEOCON1 November 24, 2011 / 9:51 am


      what a Fn joke
      In the 2000 fl elections thousands of convicted felons were fraudulently registered by the Rats and “VOTED” for algore.

      • NEOCON1 November 24, 2011 / 9:58 am

        In Fla they emptied the nursing homes with buses to “vote” and had “nurses” accompany them into the booth to “assist” them.
        guess the demographics and party affiliation of the “helpers”.

        Those to ill to leave “voted” in their nursing homes or rooms.
        Many drooling with Alzheimer’s or dementia.
        many blind.

        No fraud there eh??

      • James November 24, 2011 / 10:05 am

        Fake post – not James//Moderator

      • Will Cavender November 24, 2011 / 10:26 am

        Fake post — same person//Moderator

    • Amazona November 24, 2011 / 11:08 am


      “..took a packet of documents to the Las Vegas FBI office but left before filing a formal complaint …”

      So some guy makes a claim, refuses to back it up, and takes off. Wow. This is what it takes to “…set off a political firestorm stretching from Las Vegas to Washington D.C., and beyond….” ?

      You guys are a hoot. Look, something shiny, something bad about Republicans, and you all take off in yet another howling mob, clueless as usual, indifferent to fact as usual, but having been tossed some raw (though rancid) red meat by your handlers, who know you will react as you always do.

      And of course no one who has “gotten into a beef with his employer” has EVER made false claims against the employer. Nah.

      If someone makes a complaint against a Republican, you know it’s true—or at least a good excuse for a “firestorm”.

      • tiredoflibbs November 24, 2011 / 12:48 pm

        “So some guy makes a claim, refuses to back it up, and takes off. Wow. This is what it takes to “…set off a political firestorm stretching from Las Vegas to Washington D.C., and beyond….” ?”

        Yes amazona, all it takes for the left is “the seriousness of the charge” and nothing more. The “seriousness of the charge” is all it takes for the “guilty verdict” from the left. We have seen it too many times.

        But for accusations against the left it takes a DNA stained dress and absolutely no way to lie out of it for the questions to begin. A liberal maintains his innocence after conviction and all the way to the jail cell before the confession and mea-culpas to begin. Indictments and convictions for voter fraud is not a problem to the left. After the 2000 election there were demands for voting reform due to the new electronic voting machines and “confusing” paper ballots (only to the uneducated). But as soon as they realized this would open a huge can of worms they quickly backed off on this demand.

        Also, “So some guy makes a claim, refuses to back it up, and takes off” describes most of our lefty drone bloggers here.

  11. James November 24, 2011 / 10:04 am

    Fake post – not James//Moderator

    • Will Cavender November 24, 2011 / 10:27 am

      Fake post — same person//Moderator

    • tiredoflibbs November 24, 2011 / 10:37 am

      Well James if we’re educated away from the government school, you would know that property ownership was a requirement for voting BY THE FOUNDING FATHERS. If you owned property you had an interest in the community.
      Now, voting requirements have been watered down to if you have a pulse. The public has learned they can vote themselves a share of the nation’s productivity with absolutely no contribution by themselves whatsoever.

      As Ben Franlklin said “Democracy is two wolves and a lamb voting on what to have for dinner. Liberty is a well armed lamb watching and contesting the vote!”

      Why are liberals so afraid of a well regulated and secured voting process?

      • James November 24, 2011 / 10:59 am

        Bogus post. //Moderator

      • tiredoflibbs November 25, 2011 / 3:42 pm

        “Why are conservatives so afraid of people voting?”

        We are not. We AGAIN, call for LEGAL and VALID voting.

        So you AGAIN, provide a non-answer with a deflecting question.

        As I said, wally, accusations are easy. As in the accusations that are against the GOP are just that ACCUSATIONS. Meanwhile, we have indictments and convictions of those on the left.

        You come up short once again.

        Now why don’t you answer the question I posed to you?

        You are a coward and are desperately afraid to stick your neck out with an answer that will make you the fool that you are.

        You lost again. Thanks for playing. Now go nurse your fragile ego.

    • Cluster November 24, 2011 / 10:43 am

      First of all, I just want to highlight a line from Major’s post that I find hilarious:

      >b>We, Ourselves are not surprised

      What it must be like to engage in group think? Is this the type of “diversity” that progressives champion? And now on to James:

      Republicans are known to suppress voter turnout because they simply can’t win if high percentages of African Americans, Hispanics and other minorities vote.

      Now why is this James? Do you think people of the same skin color, think alike? And if so, what is it about the skin color that would lead people to share the same political concerns? Do you think democrats pander to them, and promise them a piece of the treasury in return for their vote? How has that worked out over the last 40 years? And could grouping people, such as you did, be construed as soft bigotry?

      the GOP as constructed now is a party of the upper middle class white man. That’s it.

      Well again, James claims that skin color has a lot to do with ones political leanings. This is the problem with most liberals that James has demonstrated quite well, and that is a complete unexamined, and emotional approach to politics. This is obviously a result of a very poor education, delivered by someone of the ilk of Bill Ayers, or Cornell West, people who truly don’t get it.

      James is most likely Thomas/Sasan; feed him at your own peril//Moderator.

      • James November 24, 2011 / 10:56 am


        I will reply point by point….but I have a feeling the “moderator” aka blog tyrant will delete the post.

        Now why is this James? Do you think people of the same skin color, think alike?

        Again, maybe you’ve been living under a rock for 50 years, but in this nation, in general are poorer than whites. The Democratic party, is seen as the party of the people, the working class, the unions, and minorities who don’t always have a voice. The GOP on the other hand has a reputation for being the party of corporate america and “white” people. I don’t make up the rules and conceptions that people have generated over the past 5 decades.

        And if so, what is it about the skin color that would lead people to share the same political concerns?

        Skin color binds people whether you want to accept it or not. Just like religion does. There is a reason Romney’s religion was called a cult. There is a reason the GOP has had very very few national representatives that are minorities when compared to Democrats.

        Do you think democrats pander to them, and promise them a piece of the treasury in return for their vote?

        Talking points alert. As if the GOP doesn’t give tax breaks to rich people in return for their vote. Or as if the GOP doesn’t give preferential treatment to different groups they pander to when they win elections. Come on, do you live in the real world or in a world where Dems are evil and the GOP is righteous?

        Well again, James claims that skin color has a lot to do with ones political leanings.

        I don’t claim it, it’s a FACT. look at the numbers. look at recent elections going back about 30 years. Look at demographical voting data.

        This is the problem with most liberals that James has demonstrated quite well, and that is a complete unexamined, and emotional approach to politics.

        Yes, in your world, only liberals are emotional, and conservatives are factual. That’s why they call Romney’s religion a cult. You’re completely full of it. Time to get off your high horse sport and realize you’re about as much a hack as there is.

        This is obviously a result of a very poor education, delivered by someone of the ilk of Bill Ayers, or Cornell West, people who truly don’t get it.

        And I assume you “get it”. I bet that boise state education really took you far in life. Also, just because you disagree with West, doesn’t mean you have to demean him. After all, you run and defend or support Sowell….

        Your complete and utter failure to be objective and rational stands out like a sore thumb neocon. maybe you should go back to your original handle and original talking points of 4 years ago.

      • neocon1 November 24, 2011 / 11:09 am

        Republicans are known to suppress voter turnout because they simply can’t win if high percentages of African Americans, Hispanics and other minorities vote.

        Bureau of statistics 2010

        according to these numbers whites could vote 100% of all politicians to be Caucasian.
        Proof the left has nothing but BS, lies and class warfare.

        White alone (of which 26.7 million are White Hispanic and Latino Americans, 223,553,265 72.4%

        Black or African American alone 38,929,319 12.6%

        Some other race alone 19,107,368 6.2%

        Asian alone 14,674,252 4.8%

        Two or more races 9,009,073 2.9%

        American Indian or Alaska Native alone 2,932,248 0.9%

        Native Hawaiian or other Pacific Islander alone 540,013 0.2%

      • Cluster November 24, 2011 / 11:14 am

        Again, maybe you’ve been living under a rock for 50 years, but in this nation, in general are poorer than whites

        And is it the federal governments role to bring about economic justice? You also mention that the Democrats are “seen” as champions for minorities, but historical results really don’t demonstrate that they have accomplished anything, so this is what I mean by emotional. It;s all a matter of appearances for you, not actual results.

        And the rest of your post simply devolves into anger and emotion. If you are truly concerned about minorities as you claim, you would be more interested in results than appearances. Have a nice day

      • Cluster November 24, 2011 / 11:20 am


        Let’s examine this – liberal democrats have been pandering to minorities, and the poor for nearly 50 years, starting with the great society, via welfare, SS, entitlements, housing, etc. Yet today, we find the poverty rates to be the same, we find high unemployment amongst minorities, and we find ourselves with a $15 trillion dollar debt. Do you think we should do something different? Or is democrat power in Washington more important to you?

      • neocon1 November 24, 2011 / 11:55 am

        Now WHO and WHICH party CHAMPIONS abortion?
        and which one stands square against it???

        What kind of a woman gets an abortion these days? The Guttmacher Institute has released a report that tracks abortion rates across different demographic groups. One of the most stunning findings, particularly in light of the newhealth care reform legislation, is how abortion has become increasingly entwined with poverty.

        According to Guttmacher, “The proportion of abortion patients who were poor increased by almost 60%—from 27% in 2000 to 42% in 2008.” As you might expect, the profile of the abortion patient is disproportionately poor, as well as disproportionately Black or Latina.


      • neocon1 November 24, 2011 / 12:24 pm

        maybe you should go back to your original handle and original talking points of 4 years ago.


        another sighting?
        Oy Vey!!!

  12. RetiredSpook November 24, 2011 / 10:16 am

    Happy Thanksgiving everyone.

    • Cluster November 24, 2011 / 10:44 am

      Right back at ya Spook!!!! You are a great American, keep up the good fight

      • neocon1 November 24, 2011 / 10:55 am

        Happy Thanksgiving All…

  13. RetiredSpook November 24, 2011 / 11:25 am

    Completely OT, but it looks like the climate change scam is about to come completely unraveled.

    • neocon1 November 24, 2011 / 11:30 am


      yup scam 101
      led by WHOM?????
      algore DONK extraordinaire, and the donk run university’s.

  14. Cluster November 24, 2011 / 11:36 am

    James is most likely Thomas/Sasan; feed him at your own peril//Moderator.

    Understood, but these misguided liberals really don’t present much of a problem. As Amazona says, they are just speed bumps, besides, the level of brain damage they display can be quite entertaining, which is the same reason I enjoy watching rodeo clown Ed Schultz.

    That’s why I left his last post up, although I’m not sure what it reveals about him that he has to steal the screen name of a long-time Conservative poster, a tactic that isn’t fooling anyone//Moderator

    • neocon1 November 24, 2011 / 12:18 pm


      The Democratic party, is seen as the party of the people, the working class, the unions, and minorities who don’t always have a voice. The GOP on the other hand has a reputation for being the party of corporate america and “white” people.

      you seem to be historically lacking.

      The Democrat Party’s Long and Shameful History of Bigotry and Racism

      A common attack upon conservatives and republicans by the ultra left is to engage in what has come to be known as “playing the race card” but is more accurately described as racial McCarthyism. Hardly a day goes by without a member of the far left wing falsely accusing conservatives of racism, bigotry, and a wide array of similar nasty things. They are not only dishonest, but they often border on the absurd, as in NAACP leader and hyper bigot Julian Bond’s recent implication to his organization that Bush administration officials supported confederate slavery. Amazingly, Bond’s statements went without condemnation from the radical Democrat party or others in his organization.

      Not surprisingly, in all the lies and accusations of racism by the radical left wing, the truth becomes distorted not only about the Republicans but also the Democrats who make these accusations themselves. For instance, you may or may not have heard Democrat Senator Robert Byrd’s outburst of racist bigoted slurs, more specifically the “n-word,” on national television in March of 2001. Amazingly, this incident of blatant racism on national television drew barely a peep from the NAACP, Jesse Jackson, Julian Bond, Mary Frances Berry, or any of the other ambulance chasers who purport themselves to be the leaders of the civil rights movement. In contrast, the main source of well deserved criticism for Byrd’s racist outburst came not from any of the so called leaders of the civil rights movement but from from Republican Majority Leader Dick Armey (source). The race hustlers Jackson, Mfume et al turned a blind eye towards this act of racism by one of their own party, at most issuing an unpublicized slap on the wrist, or, as was more often the case, making not a peep. But where the race hustlers turn a blind eye and spew their lies, it is up to conservatives to set the record straight with the truth.

      In response to the growing practice of racial McCarthyism by prominent


      left wing Democrats, it is necessary to expose the truth about the Democrat Party’s record on Civil Rights:

      • neocon1 November 24, 2011 / 12:20 pm

        Communist Party USA Reveals: We’re Using the Democrat Party
        Progressives Democrat Party

        Not too awful long ago I wrote about the Communist Party USA and their support for many of the identical principles endorsed by the Democrat Party here in the US. I listed the various similarities but now I have some even more honest words from the Communists themselves. Joe Sims, co-editor of the Communist Party USA online magazine Peoples World states among other things “the possibility that the communists may be able to “capture’ the Democratic Party entirely.” Read that slowly and carefully…”the possibility that the communists may be able to “capture’ the Democratic Party entirely.”


  15. Green Mountain Boy November 24, 2011 / 12:19 pm

    Thanksgiving Day Thomas and this is what you do? LOL, I’ll stick to the farm today, after church services and I am having a friend I served with in Iraq over for dinner. The slow life, the only way to go. 🙂

    I would wish you a happy day but since you are an athiest, there is no point to it.

    Be nice.

    • neocon1 November 24, 2011 / 12:21 pm


      did you see sasan in Iraq?
      left hand and all?

      • Green Mountain Boy November 24, 2011 / 12:31 pm

        The only Irainians I had any contact with in Iraq were from MK. Decent people though mostly they were communists. Lol, kind of strange, they were trust worthy. Very unlike the common iraqi.

        Also unlike the common iraqi, the finger nails on thier left hands were as clean as the right.


      • neocon1 November 24, 2011 / 12:33 pm

        Also unlike the common iraqi, the finger nails on thier left hands were as clean as the right.

        finger lickin good…sasan?

    • neocon1 November 24, 2011 / 12:32 pm

      but since you are an athiest, there is no point to it.

      wellll he still COULD be “thankful” to NOBODY for NOTHING….. 🙂

      • neocon1 November 24, 2011 / 12:37 pm

        speaking of Thanksgiving…

        here are a couple of REAL “thankful” POS

      • neocon1 November 24, 2011 / 12:47 pm

        AAAAAAAAAAAAA MEN!!!!!!!!!!

        November 24, 2011
        I am thankful
        Jerry Philipson

        As a proud, patriotic American I am thankful for many things this Thanksgiving. My family, my friends, the roof over my head, the food in my belly, my freedom….I am truly blessed to have all of these things and I know it. These aren’t the only things I’m thankful for though.

        I am thankful to be able to work very hard to keep President Obama from being re-elected in 2012.

        Obama’s performance as President has been disastrous for the country and the free world in every area I can think of and another four years in office could very well bring both to their knees, could very well bring their demise. He has been an unmitigated disaster domestically and internationally and neither the United States or the rest of the civilized world can afford four more years with him at the helm. I am thankful to have the opportunity to do whatever I can to prevent this from happening. If enough other Americans do the same we can keep him from getting elected again. We can then begin the recovery process, breathe new life into the American ideal at home and abroad and restore America to her proper place in the world.

        Read more: http://www.americanthinker.com/blog/2011/11/i_am_thankful.html#ixzz1edsPMZ1j

      • neocon1 November 24, 2011 / 1:25 pm

        Obama Leaves God Out of Thanksgiving Address

        Posted on Thursday, November 24, 2011 12:09:08 PM by massmike

        President Obama did not include any reference to God during his weekly address titled, “On Thanksgiving, Grateful for the Men and Women Who Defend Our Country.”

        His remarks were void of any religious references although Thanksgiving is a holiday traditionally steeped in giving thanks and praise to God.

        But nowhere in the 11-paragraph address does he mention the Almighty.

        Instead, he references the Civil War, two World Wars, and the Great Depression – noting that “Americans drew strength from each other.”

        However, President Abraham Lincoln said the nation drew its strength from God.

        He declared as much in his 1863 Thanksgiving Day proclamation:

  16. bloodypenquinstump November 24, 2011 / 1:28 pm
    • neocon1 November 24, 2011 / 1:37 pm

      You can have all your posts deleted, too, and you will if you persist in your crude stupid games. //Moderator

      • neocon1 November 25, 2011 / 10:20 am

        I forget what was here?
        was it a link to a pic?

    • Green Mountain Boy November 24, 2011 / 1:52 pm

      Theonly problem with this statement before it disappears is, they are not theories. The muslime in the oval office is transparent. No hiding of anything is needed.

      • neocon1 November 24, 2011 / 2:03 pm


        before it disappears

        ESPn ????

        LOL LOL

      • Green Mountain Boy November 24, 2011 / 2:12 pm

        Just an “uneducated farm boy” guess. Oh that ham tasted so good. It tasted so much better when you know that there is no way it could ever be halal. lol. 😛

      • neocon1 November 24, 2011 / 2:37 pm


      • neocon1 November 24, 2011 / 2:40 pm

        NON…halal turkey in the oven, beeer in the cooler, game on porch TV, 82 sunny, life is good.

  17. Green Mountain Boy November 24, 2011 / 8:52 pm

    Is it true that immiediatly after pardoning the presidential turkey bams proceeded to fill out a voter registration card for it?

    Just asking.


  18. watsonredux November 25, 2011 / 1:27 am

    Whines about blog rules and deletions while admitting to breaking them //Moderator

    tiredoflibbs: Apparently watson, you missed the ones from neo I did delete. While I can’t speak for other moderators, I get to them when I get to them.

    • watsonredux November 25, 2011 / 12:28 pm

      It wasn’t whining, moderator. And tired, I did see that you deleted some of them, but not all. And yes, I applaud you for finally taking some action.

    • tiredoflibbs November 25, 2011 / 3:48 pm

      wally whines and is stuck on stupid: “Remember: tiredoflibbs is the person who believes facts are personal insults.”

      No wally. An insult is an insult. We have proved that your “facts” (more like opinions of an uneducated mind) are only “facts” in your little land of make believe. You have proved nothing. Remember, no matter how many times you keep regurgitating a lie, it won’t come true. You seem to not be able to get past that simple concept.

      Now go nurse your fragile ego.

  19. Darren Copeland November 25, 2011 / 9:16 pm

    if there is a system involved (man made or technological) there will always be someone who will try (and succeed on occasion) to manipulate it for their own purposes. No matter what the system or the reason.

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