Voter Fraud

The reason for the Democrat campaign against “voter suppression”?  Well, if you are stuffing ballot boxes with fraudulent votes then any effort to stop it will “suppress” votes.  Illegal votes, but votes none the less.

A full scale and detailed investigation should be launched in 2013 if Romney wins – the full force of federal law must be brought against anyone who votes fraudulently, organizes fraudulent votes or in any way, shape or form encourages fraudulent votes.

57 thoughts on “Voter Fraud

  1. js03 October 10, 2012 / 9:30 pm

    it wouldnt be that hard to run voter register rolls with the SSA to identify women voting in 2 states…under both a married name and maiden name…

  2. ItsJo October 10, 2012 / 10:27 pm

    There should be a ‘full investigation of ANY voter fraud and a stiff fine AND jailtime for ANY person who votes More than ONCE. I am so sick of this corruption and the Dems that use this as a means of ‘winning elections-It’s the Chicago Way’. No Wonder the Dems are against voter Id’s with photos-they wouldn’t be able to cheat. Once a voter card is used, it should be punched through THAT year, and thus, eliminating ‘another vote, in another place’ …..Agree with the other poster, on finding married people, and maiden names to verify a double vote. Let them ALL know, if you do this, we WILL FIND YOU & YOU”LL PAY- I wish they’d do this BEFORE this election to catch cheaters. It’s how Al Franken won, when miraculously, thousands of votes (Dem ones) were found in trunks of cars..

    • js03 October 10, 2012 / 11:38 pm

      the folks who set up and run the voting systems are much more dangerous…many foreign based countries are involved as well…

      the registration rolls are able to make an impact, but if the system is rigged to throw 5 or 10 million votes one way or the other, the election is a sham before it begins

      thats where the real danger lurks

  3. bozo October 11, 2012 / 4:32 am

    There’s four and a half minute of my life I’ll never get back. What was that? Was there a point? Maybe that flirty conservative girls chattering on about maiden name voter reg cards should be handcuffed and pepper sprayed just in case they might at some later date do something illegal? Or snappy dressed Republican men drive hot sports cars?

    THIS HAPPENS when you do more than talk about it.

    • neocon1 October 11, 2012 / 4:45 am


      or registering drunks, drug heads, homeless, emptying nursing homes and having leftists “assist” them to “vote” dismissing tens of thousands military votes, nah NO cheating there eh?

    • Amazona October 11, 2012 / 10:32 am

      See, when we drift away from politics and the corruption and incompetence in the White House, and get into a topic like this, the freak surfaces because this is the only kind of thing he can wrap his pointy little head around.

      Here, he can link to hit pieces, he can scrabble around for examples of alleged misdeeds and play “I’ll match that with this” and in general clutter the blog with more Leftist talking points.

      Voter fraud is voter fraud, and should be prosecuted whenever and wherever it is found. Period.

      Voter fraud can be significantly reduced by implementing a few simple procedures.

      1. Require a state-issued ID with photo to vote
      2. Eliminate Motor Voter and supermarket voter registrations. (And, to head off quibbling, “supermarket voter registrations” includes drug store registrations, street corner registrations, etc,)
      3. Increase vigilance to ensure that every military person requesting a ballot gets one in ample time to vote
      4. Count every vote returned, whether or not it will change the electoral college result
      5. Have prominently posted signs at every voting place stating in no uncertain terms that it is the responsibility of every voter to make sure his or her ballot is correctly and clearly executed to make the voter’s intent clear, and that any ballot that is not clear in its intent will be discarded.
      6. Severely punish, across the board, any and every effort to interfere with the voting process. This includes investigation of places where the number of votes exceeds the number of voters, voter intimidation at the polls, multiple voting, fraudulent voter registration, etc.
      7. Cut back dramatically on absentee voting and early voting, both of which offer the most avenues for voter fraud. It is much harder to cheat when every vote is cast, in person, by a person showing a photo ID, than it is when there are boxes and boxes of returned ballots sitting around.

      Then look at which party has fought 1 and 2, made 5 necessary by trying to interpret unclear ballots, and refused to prosecute voter intimidation.

    • Amazona October 11, 2012 / 12:30 pm

      GMB, this is definitely worth reading.

      An excerpt from one of the stories linked in your link, regarding voter fraud in New York: emphasis mine

      “Former Troy Democratic City Clerk William McInerney, Democratic Councilman John Brown, and Democratic political operatives Anthony Renna and Anthony DeFiglio have entered guilty pleas in the case, in which numerous signatures were allegedly forged on absentee ballots in the 2009 Working Families Party primary, the political party that was associated with the now-defunct community group, ACORN.

      The four have pleaded guilty to one count of various charges, ranging from forgery to falsifying business records, and criminal possession of a forged instrument.

      “Getting at the truth has always been the primary goal of this investigation,” Special Prosecutor Trey Smith said in a statement, while also thanking New York State Police efforts to “bring those responsible for the voting fraud to justice.”

      Numerous voters told Fox News that they were stunned that their signatures were faked on absentee ballot applications and ballots, which were cast as real votes in their names in the 2009 primary election.


      No Republicans were implicated in the alleged conspiracy, but one political operative claimed that such voter fraud occurs “on both sides of the aisle.”

      In November 2009, Democratic operative Anthony DeFiglio told New York State police investigators that faking absentee ballots was a commonplace and accepted practice in political circles, all intended to swing an election.

      “This is an on-going scheme and it occurs on both sides of the aisle,” he told police. “The people who are targeted live in low-income housing and there is a sense that they are a lot less likely to ask any questions.”

      He said that “it was common knowledge that these people were never going to receive an absentee ballot. This is a political strategy to get control of a third party line.”

      Read more:

      Note the typical RRL response—-well, THEY do it, too! But there is no proof that forging names on absentee ballot applications is a common practice of the GOP, while a Dem operative admits it is, at least in his circles, and then tries to implicate Republicans just on his say-so. Yeah, he is SOOOO credible.

      • Amazona October 11, 2012 / 12:37 pm

        This, by the way, supports my observation that absentee voting must be rigorously monitored. I will be interested in seeing the numbers, after the election, of absentee votes cast and early votes cast.

        Perhaps there should be, at the very least, random checking of people who apply for absentee ballots, and perhaps every ballot sent out should be accompanied by a very stern warning of the consequences of voting in someone else’s name or in any other way voting illegally.

      • Amazona October 11, 2012 / 1:13 pm

        Maybe the absentee ballot application could include a place for a photocopy of a photo ID, or at the very least a requirement for a drivers license number, a SS number, or some verifiable form of identification that could be cross checked. Toughen it up a little. Maybe a little disposable ink pad so absentee voters can include a fingerprint, in lieu of a copy of a drivers license and SS #, for those who just can’t figure out how to get a state ID and who have been ignored by voter activist groups who can’t be bothered to help them, and illegible prints will disqualify the ballot.

        A big part of law enforcement is deterrence. Knowing that voter fraud is taken very seriously, and knowing that there is a rigid mechanism for verifying eligibility and how often people vote would do a lot to eliminate the effort.

      • Count d'Bulletin de Vote October 11, 2012 / 5:14 pm


        Maybe include a skin sample for DNA testing, have it hand delivered with a corroborating witness or have them file a Notarized California Copy Certification by Document Custodian Jurat, (we Notaries could use the business).

        Or we could insist they have the absentee ballot picked up by an ICE Agent, delivered to the Registrar of Voters, and publish the name, address, political party and for each vote was cast in the newspaper of record for each voting district and a Master List in the New York Times.

        Or, just check the name & address of each absentee ballot against the signature records from the district and any out of district voters’ lists submitted to the Secretary of State.

      • Amazona October 11, 2012 / 6:54 pm

        Actually, I was thinking that for a month before the election we could pull people off duty from shadowing women to DENY THEM ACCESS TO HEALTH CARE and have them visit every applicant, take a photo, and run the photos through face recognition software.

        Or have people call every person whose name is listed as applying for an absentee ballot and interview them over the phone, using voice recognition programs that can detect lying.

        Or send a squad of enforcers to hand deliver any ballot that is not to be sent to the address on the registration.

        But I guess it might be easier to just match signatures.

        But I really wanted one of those portable fingerprint kits…………

  4. J. R. Babcock October 11, 2012 / 10:00 am

    One fact that is pretty much undeniable is that dead Democrats voting outnumber dead Republicans voting by …………….. well, I can’t ever remember an allegation of dead Republicans voting. Dead people voting has become a hallmark of the Democrat Party — kind of a national joke — much like the Democrat Party itself.

    • Amazona October 11, 2012 / 11:17 am

      I remember when Jack Kennedy complained to his father about the vote in Illinois being closer than he would have liked, and old Joe responding that he had not promised Jack a landslide.

      A political party, being composed as it is of human beings, is going to have some crooks, some frauds, some philanderers, some liars—that is just a matter of statistical expectation.

      The Left needs this, uses this, to try to cover up its inherent, institutional, reliance on fraud. The Left and its tools, like freakzo, scurry to show that somewhere, in some place, at some time, a Republican was involved in voter fraud—-and this is supposed to balance the preponderance of evidence that the Democrat Party not only depends on voter fraud but encourages it, supports it, and protects it.

      A Republican was not elected in King County, Washington, when the number of votes cast exceeded the number of registered voters. A Republican was not elected in Wisconsin when boxes of votes were “discovered” in a car trunk, coincidentally just enough to nudge Al Franken’s tally into the Win column. New Black Panthers slapping truncheons into fists and threatening white voters were not there to discourage Dem voters. Republicans did not purposely design a confusing ballot in Florida and then hire, days before the election, a telemarketing firm to call registered Dems in the state to tell them they might have accidentally voted for Republicans, setting off not only a firestorm of hysteria and nearly stealing a presidential election but damaging the country by creating a sense, in the gullible, that their president was not legitimately elected.

      But the PL lemmings are out today trying to say that Ann Coulter’s journalistic proof of the ease of voter fraud IS voter fraud, and that an occasional clumsy effort here or there by an isolated Republican is every bit as serious as the vast, organized, coordinated, protected and efficient voter fraud machine of the Left.

      After all, it was a hero of the Left who admitted that power lies with whoever COUNTS the votes.

      • Count d'Bulletin October 11, 2012 / 1:47 pm

        More power? I like it …

      • neocon1 October 11, 2012 / 4:15 pm

        think of this

        make the laws
        enforce the laws
        adjudicate the laws
        interpret the laws
        count the votes
        and elect them selves there you have it folks.

      • Count d'Bulletin October 11, 2012 / 5:01 pm

        Next time someone sues you
        Next time you’re arrested
        Next time someone cheats you in a deal
        Next time you buy a business
        Next time you need a will, living trust or physician’s directive
        Next time the police hassle someone close to you for no reason
        Next time someone wants to take away your property, money, family, business, reputation or life

        Call a plumber.

      • Count d'Bulletin October 11, 2012 / 5:02 pm

        Just remember

        98% of lawyers give the rest a bad name.

      • neocon1 October 11, 2012 / 5:10 pm


        No Ill call a lawyer,
        but we need to purge them out of politics and keep them where they belong, working on the items you listed.

        BUT the next time SHIITE backs up in your toilet you could call a lawyer and they will know what to doo…..SUE the plumber.

      • neocon1 October 11, 2012 / 5:14 pm

        could these lying ASShats be any LOWER??

        Obama campaign blames Benghazi fallout on Romney/Ryan…

        G*d I cant wait until these cretins are GONE!!

      • neocon1 October 11, 2012 / 5:17 pm

        I wonder if one the more famous alumni will attend?

        Harvard University to Host ‘Incest-Fest’ Party…

      • Count d'Bulletin de Vote October 11, 2012 / 5:19 pm

        Lawyers can’t be involved in Politics? OUTRAGEOUS! What’s next? Catholics can’t be in politics? Plumbers can’t be in politics?


        Actually, I like the idea of teachers being kept out of politics, untrustworthy lot teachers are.

        And the Irish, can’t trust the Irish to vote, they drink a lot you know.

        Sorry, i have to go now, it’s group therapy time and it’s my turn to bring the Cheese-Wiz..

      • tiredoflibbs October 11, 2012 / 5:21 pm

        Wait, I thought it was a video, where the FEDERAL government arrested the creator for a PAROLE violation. Hmmmmmm…… Can you say scapegoat?

        But, luckily the intelligent people out there have seen through this lie as well. However, the lefty drones are still regurgitating the lies and obAMATEUR is in full cover up mode by refusing to answer questions on the failure of his administration both in intelligence and action to protect their ambassador.

        If obAMATEUR used the same zeal to protect the ambassador and the three others that he used to protect Big Bird the outcome could have been different.

      • neocon1 October 11, 2012 / 5:31 pm


        Malkin Unloads on Obama Admin Over Libya Attack: ‘A Den of Lying Liars & Crap Weasels’

        “You cannot vote in November without knowing…just how malicious, and just how reckless this administration has been with the truth and the lives of Americans…”

        You GO Girl……..

      • neocon1 October 11, 2012 / 5:33 pm

        and keep the “COUNT’s” de bullshiite on sesame street with the rest of the Klowns and kids.

      • Count d'Bulletin de Vote October 11, 2012 / 5:35 pm


        But here’s the can o’ worms this has opened;

        1) Obama took heat for spiking the football after Osama, because had he kept his yap shut our intelligence community could have exploited the terrorists’ ignorance of Osama’s death and culled information which might have been useful so

        a) Obama will now claim that the “movie trailer” story was misdirection so the intel-crowd could get information on the terrorists while they thought we thought it was a demonstration and not a terrorist attack.

        2) The State Department ignored requests for more security in Libya but

        a). Congress voted to cut funds to the embassies and consulate. (Now, it is true that the State Department decided to use cuts in security rather than the Millions $ they sent to European Embassies for Chevy Volts and redecorating offices, but do you believe the Press will cover that?)

        As I said before, Obama and Clinton will both skate on this outrage. And the public will end up blaming the Republicans for beating this particular “Political” Dead Horse.

      • Count d'Haricots October 11, 2012 / 5:38 pm

        Don’t turn on me now neo. I may have divergent opinions about lawyers but I sleep with one every night.

        The secret of a long happy marriage is knowing what to kiss and when.

      • neocon1 October 11, 2012 / 5:59 pm

        Never on you (real) Count….. 🙂

        The secret of a long happy marriage is knowing what to kiss and when

        after 36 1/2 years Im still working on it LOL…….

      • Count d'Haricots October 11, 2012 / 6:04 pm

        Count d’Bulletin de Vote was a response to Amazona wI changed my moniker from Count the Beans to Count the Votes.

        36 1/2 years? Congratulations ~ It was 1978 for my lovely bride and me; 34 1/2 years.

    • neocon1 October 11, 2012 / 6:04 pm

      Fake “count”

      As I said before, Obama and Clinton will both skate on this outrage. And the public will end up blaming the Republicans for beating this
      particular “Political” Dead Horse.

      just get the truth out, some will accept it some wont, the truth will always prevail in the long run. The dumbed down innercity drones will line up for their free smokes and red dog to
      vote” no matter what………at some point the money will runout and things will level themselves…

      Psalm 109:8

      • neocon1 October 11, 2012 / 6:09 pm

        Mother of State Dept. Official Killed in Libya Attack Says White House Has Been Telling Her ‘Outright Lies’

        “I cried on Obama’s shoulder and then he kind of looked off into the distance…”

      • Count d'Haricots October 11, 2012 / 6:09 pm

        You’re right as rain neo.

        I hope Ryan can get this out tonight and Romney can do the same next week. 70 million viewers heard some truth last debate and many minds were changed. It will take many more to pull this thing back from the brink.

      • Amazona October 11, 2012 / 6:13 pm

        neo, you really need to get over this knee-jerk attacking of every person who might—MIGHT—– be a Lefty. I’ve seen it happen several times now, when you skim over a comment from a conservative, fly into a wrong conclusion about what it said and what kind of person said it, and slam out a snotty comeback to someone who is really on the same side you are.

        I’ve often wondered if any of those people just decided to go elsewhere because of the way you treated them. Perhaps a little careful reading of posts from new names, some thought, and maybe even just shutting up for a post or two to see where things go would be a good idea.

        Jes’ saying……………..

      • neocon1 October 11, 2012 / 6:13 pm

        Ok you had me fooled, I thought there was a possible forker attack, I missed the sarcasm….LOL
        flew right over….whizzzzzzzzz

      • Amazona October 11, 2012 / 6:17 pm

        neo, you beat me to the comment on the mother of the murdered American. I heard part of her commentary and I noticed that she also said that Hillary told her, to her face, that the attack was prompted by this video. She may not be saying it for attribution, but she evidently did say it to this grieving mother.

        And yes, tonight ought to be fun.

        I was just telling a 22-year-old who is building fence for me that I had to get to the store to be back in time to fix something for tonight’s debate viewing, and he asked, with a big grin, if I saw the last debate. We talked about it a little and he, too, is looking forward to a similar experience tonight.

        I told him that according to the Complicit Agenda Media everyone under 30 is for Obama, and he said a rather rude but expressive term that translates into “I think not”. As a matter of fact, every young person on the various work crews here has been a conservative.

        Of course I am in the most conservative county in Colorado, but still……..

      • neocon1 October 11, 2012 / 6:18 pm


        a snide reply was not a knee jerk reaction to a snide post even though the post was later found to be in jest.

        but I will take your usual correct advice under close consideration…….. 🙂

      • neocon1 October 11, 2012 / 6:25 pm


        the mother of the murdered American. I heard part of her commentary and I noticed that she also said that Hillary told her, to her face, that the attack was prompted by this video. She may not be saying it for attribution, but she evidently did say it to this grieving mother.

        she said Panetta cradled her face in his hands and lied straight to her eye to eye, I heard her on Rush today, amazingly she gave a lengthy anti Ubama interview on CNN od all places.

        are the RATS jumping off the ship fearing the wrath of a Romney Presidency if they are totally seen as an extension of the DNC and CPUSA??

      • Count d'Haricots October 11, 2012 / 6:29 pm

        she evidently did say it to this grieving mother.

        Positively Clintonesque!

      • Count d'Haricots October 11, 2012 / 6:33 pm

        neo, Apologies old friend. I should have changed the nom d’Net back when posting a serious response to Tired.

        I’ll remember to send a wink 😉 next time I get the urge to sock-puppet you.

      • neocon1 October 11, 2012 / 6:35 pm


        I never thought we could ever get any lower than the Klintoons, Then came along the marxist muslim and proved me wrong, yet he maintained the lowest of low in his regime which brought them both to a new low even for them……

        are you going to watch the “debate” tonight?
        I cant watch it, I am afraid I’ll kick the front out of the TV if plugs gets smarmy and nasty.

      • neocon1 October 11, 2012 / 6:37 pm

        yeah GMB gets me now and again also……but I pay him back with pictures of donk “women”

      • neocon1 October 11, 2012 / 6:43 pm


        War on Fox: Stephanie Cutter Vs. Bret Baier (WOW)
        Fox News

        Just now on Special Report with Bret Baier…an extremely heated back and forth happened between Bret Baier and Obama’s Deputy Campaign Manager. She went into total meltdown when Bret called her out on her outrageous remarks today and other words/lies about Libya.

        The video of this will be made shortly…stand by…Bret rattled her to the core…epic live television.

        the Truth is getting out on this scandal right before the election…PRICELESS !!

      • Count d'Haricots October 11, 2012 / 6:53 pm

        if plugs gets smarmy and nasty??

        Don’t need Intrade to place bets on that inevitability!

        The only way plugs “wins” is if the Obama Press Corpses believe he served a smack down on Ryan by getting angry, pounding his fist, and tossing as many lies per second as his disreputable mouth can produce. Look for NBCBSCNNABCNewYorkTimesWashingtonPost to declare the winner based on the Tirade Scale.

        Biden Eviscerates an Amateur Ryan with Righteous Indignation!

        The Comeback!

        Prez Wars – Episode IV, A New Hope

        Yeah, I’ll be watching;

      • Amazona October 11, 2012 / 6:58 pm

        Heard part of an interview with the woman Ryan debated, and beat, in his first run for the House, when he was only 28. She still sounds miffed.

        She said he was “slick”, in a disapproving, “I’m WARNING you” tone of voice, and then kind of complained that he was able to turn everything she said back on her. That last part wasn’t very clear…I think she was mumbling.

        Or, as the Count would say, rocking back and forth going over what she should have said when he said……….

        Uh-oh—Slick vs Slimy

      • Count d'Haricots October 11, 2012 / 7:05 pm

        Slick vs Slimy

        The Clintons visit the dessert station at Hometown Buffet.

      • neocon1 October 11, 2012 / 7:09 pm


        ya gotta remember that the DUMB….REALLY DUMB, Sarah mopped the floor with him……..maybe I’ll pop some popcorn and watch it in my office, I doubt the Princess could sit through that with me……LOL

        Once a Jarhead always a Jarhead……

  5. GMB October 11, 2012 / 7:11 pm

    Rats, rats,rats, rats. Was hoping bozo might just have more than one trick loaded onto the old pony.

    Wrong again.


    • neocon1 October 11, 2012 / 7:19 pm

      Ahem….in Tampa 🙂 🙂

  6. GMB October 11, 2012 / 7:24 pm

    “yeah GMB gets me now and again also……but I pay him back with pictures of donk “women””

    Never intentional the Neo, never intentional.


    • neocon1 October 11, 2012 / 7:28 pm

      yeah Im just so easy…….LOL
      I fall for the sock puppet every time LOL

      DAMN YOU…..sock puppet…..

      • neocon1 October 11, 2012 / 7:31 pm

        geeeee who’s a thought……..

        Porn industry poll shows strong support for Obama over Romney

  7. GMB October 11, 2012 / 7:40 pm

    Read that barky is closing down Michigan offices. Can’t find any reliable confirmation. If true, either barky is so far ahead(unlikely) or so far behind that it doesn’t matter. Time to concentrate on Pennsylvania?

    • neocon1 October 11, 2012 / 7:42 pm


    • Count d'Haricots October 11, 2012 / 7:48 pm

      Wouldn’t doubt it; Romney is down by 6in Michigan and no bounce after the debate. Too many Obamaphones to overcome.

  8. dbschmidt October 11, 2012 / 8:01 pm

    Way OT here but well worth a minute of your time…now if only the Progressives would listen. Nevermind, they all believe they will be the ones running the country in the aftermath.

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