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Dead dog receives voter registration forms

Discussion in 'Political Issues' started by glockman66, Jun 21, 2012.

  1. glockman66


    Mar 23, 2004
    A dead dog by the name of Mozart received voter registration forms in Virginia. A labrador, by the name of Buddy in New Mexico, was successfully registered as a democrat in March(obviously an Obama supporter). And yet there are those that walk among us that say there is no evidence of possible voter fraud being committed. :rofl::rofl:

    Dead dog receives voter registration forms
    Joe Newby
    Spokane Conservative Examiner
    June 20, 2012
    Last edited: Jun 21, 2012
  2. janice6

    janice6 Silver Member

    Apr 4, 2006
    Of course, but evidence doesn't count with this Federal judiciary.

    "They" get to define "widespread".

  3. JFrame


    May 29, 2001
    Mid-Atlantic, US of A
    Ever notice how the most leftist organizations have the most innocuous sounding names -- like Media Matters, the Center for American Progress, and Southern Poverty Law Center?

    Here's the first paragraph of Voter Participation Center's mission statement:

    Gosh -- like making sure you're 1) alive; 2) a U.S. citizen; and 3) not Mickey Mouse or Donald Duck? :dunno:

  4. Brucev


    Jul 19, 2009
    Widespread voter fraud does not exist in the U.S, except in the minds of those who are afraid of changing voter demographics. It is in their interest to inject uncertainty and distrust into the process so as to facilitate a broad distrust of the integrity of an election that they feel they will loose.

    Each year there are millions of votes cast in thousands of elections throughout the U.S. If voter fraud were genuinely widespread, it would be evidenced in multiple locals and examples. Isolated instances get attention for the simple reason that they are isolated instances and not the general norm.

    Manipulation of voter rolls, etc., masquerading under the cloak of insuring that only legal residents are registered and that only legal residents vote are politically driven to produce a benefit to conservatives and republicans while at the same time damaging the demokrats and their interest. Sugar coat it anyway you want to, that's what it boils down to.

    So... what else is new? Was anyone ever so foolish as to expect ethical conduct in a political campaign? That's just the way it goes. Money and those with money drive the system to produce the result that best suits their interest. Everything else is just scribbling on the margin of the page.
  5. callihan_44

    callihan_44 INFIDEL

    Aug 19, 2010

    There is no way a handful of workers can catch every single case of fraud that comes through during an election year. I know a poll worker who says they are given certain guidlines to look for and the ones that jump out at them gets pulled and questioned. They dont have time to go through this with a fine tooth comb.
    Last edited: Jun 21, 2012
  6. JFrame


    May 29, 2001
    Mid-Atlantic, US of A

    I find it amazing that there are still polling stations that don't require at least a photo I.D.

  7. NDCent

    NDCent Socially Inept

    Mar 19, 2010
    If the owner doesn't file a death certificate for the pet, how's the name supposed to be removed from the registry? :whistling:
  8. JBnTX

    JBnTX Bible Thumper

    Aug 28, 2008
    Fort Worth Texas
    If the dog is registered republican, what's the problem?
  9. certifiedfunds

    certifiedfunds Tewwowist

    Apr 23, 2008

    That said, I would much rather a dead dog voting than dead union members.