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  • froggnot froggnot Mar 12, 2013 4:36 AM Flag

    How many Melowese Richardsons does it take to change an election result?

    Obama supporter Melowese Richardson has been indicted for allegedly voting at least six times. She also is charged with illegal voting in 2008 and 2011.

    Ms. Richardson said:

    "I'll fight it for Mr. Obama and Mr. Obama's right to sit as president of the United States,"

    You go girl! I'm sure that all good democrats support you in all of your efforts to manipulate the outcomes of elections.

    "In you heart you know he is right."

    The Frogg

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    • I don't know because Melowese is innocent until proven guilty. I know in your 1960 world indicted and accused are enough fancy law lingo to prove guilt, but not in the real world. Explain in your own voting precinct how you would go about voting in your own name twice, and have those votes counted twice. Not six times, just twice.

      Sentiment: Buy

    • Ah yes, the poster child for voter fraud in this country. One old lady who cast an absentee ballot and voted at the poll, only one of which was counted due to internal controls and who cast votes for four other people for the person they wanted to vote for. There may have been some minor fraud involved, she has been caught and is being prosecuted--as she should be. All I can think is "The horror! Our Democracy is at an end!"

      With this "horror" in hand, you people propose a series of initiatives aimed at massive voter suppression--none of which would have prevented this woman from casting an absentee ballot and a ballot at the poll or the absentee ballots of the four other people she "helped".

      I try not to pull out the #$%$ word too much, but this really reminds me of #$%$s--using insignificant actions of individuals to justify massive suppression.

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      • And there you have it, one more democrat that is unable to see that "One old lady who cast..." is suppressing the vote of those who only vote once.

        I know for some, voter fraud is a minor offense and is just the normal order of business, but for others it is something that should not be tolerated by a free law abiding citizen.

        So from the two replies so far, you can get a sense that one political party condones or at least minimizes the harm of voter fraud, and one party that doesn't .

        I stand by my initial statement; they have no shame.

        "In your heart you know he is right."

        The Frogg

    • In her initial interview she was real proud of herself. As a former poll worker, she clearly knew the tricks and will have a hard time claiming ignorance of the law. We'll see if they can make the criminal case stick.

 
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