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Monday, April 30, 2012

McCain ignored massive voter fraud in '08 to avoid riots


I have known for years of the existance of massive voter fraud in Philadelphia...

"In Philadelphia, for example, ward leaders distribute register-by-mail postcards to local residents. The cards are stamped and pre-addressed and each contains the address of a vacant lot or a boarded-up house in neighboring Camden, NJ or Wilmington, DE. The voter simply prints his/her name on the card, signs it, and drops it in the nearest mailbox.

On Election Day, after voting in their home precincts (and perhaps one or two other Philadelphia precincts), voters are picked up in buses and mini-vans and driven across the Delaware River to Camden. After voting in New Jersey elections, they’re driven south to the Commodore Barry Bridge and back across the Delaware to Wilmington. Then, when they’ve voted in Delaware, they’re driven back to Philadelphia where each voter is given $20 or $25 for their time and effort. The money they are paid is called “street money” in Democratic circles.

In 2005, New Jersey Republicans released the results of a study which showed that some 170,000 New Jersey residents were registered to vote in two or more states. Of these, some 6,500 voted in two or more states in the 2004 General Election."

 Now, it is coming to light that John McCain is ever bit the milquetoast, also-ran that wasn't even really trying to win the presidency at all in 2008 that I suspected him to be...

"Leaked emails from the intelligence group Stratfor recently revealed some shocking allegations of massive Democrat voter fraud in 2008. The emails revealed by WikiLeaks say that the McCain campaign decided to ignore the wide spread voter fraud in order to avoid massive civil unrest — even though it meant he’d lose the White House.

The emails say that Democrats were caught “stuffing ballot boxes in Philly and Ohio,” but the McCain campaign decided to let it all go.

After discussions with his inner circle, which explains the delay in his speech, McCain decided not to pursue the voter fraud in PA and Ohio, despite his staff’s desire to make it an issue. He said no. Staff felt they could get a federal injunction to stop the process. McCain felt the crowds assembled in support of Obama and such would be detrimental to our country and it would do our nation no good for this to drag out like last go around, coupled with the possibility of domestic violence.

 You can bet your bottom dollar that fraud will be rampant this time around as well and the Justice Department charged with investigating instances of voter fraud steadfastly refuses to prosecute blatant voter intimidation in Philadelphia, never mind something as innocuous as voter fraud.

If Romney has half a brain, and I think he does, he should be quietly mobilizing observers for the upcoming elections, especially in PA and OH, to ensure that they are fair and on the up and up.

4 comments:

Ralph M. Petersen-Always Right; Sometimes Wrong! said...

So in order to "get along," and "play nicy nice," McCain handed us over to Marxism.

JD Curtis said...

Sorry to say, but it seems that way Ralph.

Stormbringer said...

Maybe Romney should get guards to chase away the Black Panthers as well. I suspect that when O'Bummer loses, there will be rioting in the streets. After all, the beatings of innocent people and calling it "justice for Travon" is part of the race baiting.

Ross said...

What's the solution to this problem. In Australia, we have the Australian Electoral Commission, an independent body which administers elections at the federal, state, and local government levels. They do a pretty good job of running things, and every state follow the same voting system. Some conspiracists have alleged incidents of electoral fraud in the past, but they're not taken seriously. By the way, I'm not suggesting that you're a conspiracist.