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Election fraud championed by Democrats

Cleveland : OH : USA | Oct 13, 2012 at 12:58 PM PDT
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In the Presidential general elections nobody is better than the Democrats at packing the polls with illegal aliens and bringing back the dead to vote for their cause. You don’t believe it, it happened in 2008. Subsequently many states passed new strict election laws to prevent this from happening again. But alas, this administration’s newly installed judges struck down most of these laws preventing them from taking effect until after this election.

Why isn’t this headlining the papers? If you look close by the obituaries section there was mention of it. Now are the Democrats the only ones that have resorted to voter fraud? No, the Republicans were so desperate to stop the advance of Ron Paul that they declared Romney winner early on in states where Paul clearly won-but they successfully manipulated the minds of the GOP electorate electing Romney. Why? Because they feared the accountability that Paul would have brought to Washington.

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However, the Democrats are clear champions at manipulating elections like the one coming up next month. Is anything being done to stop this injustice of our election process? Since the Democrats and their courts have successfully opened the door for rampant election fraud again some groups and citizens are striking back on their own. In the Midwest billboards have been erected stating, “Voter fraud is a felony” punishable with over three years in prison.

Will these kinds of attempts by honest citizens trying to uphold the Constitution which they hold dear succeed? We will know in November.

Dartaz is based in Phoenix, Arizona, United States of America, and is an Anchor on Allvoices.
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