Tuesday, March 12, 2013

Voter fraud didn’t begin with Obama, and it certainly won’t end there at this rate

This article is specifically about three people in Cincinnati, Ohio who have been charged/convicted of voter fraud, Melowese Richardson, Sister Marguerite Kloos and Russell Glassop and 50 some whose ballots are in question. This is just one area, and I suspect in small districts it can make a difference.

I'm in favor of voter ID, and since I have to show ID for far less serious obligations than voting, like entering a state or federal building, or visiting my doctor, I'm not sure why liberals object when they don't for these other events. It would take pages to fill out the voter fraud history in Illinois where I grew up, infamous for the voting dead, the voting pets, and JFK stealing the state from Nixon in 1960, especially in the Chicago area.



Pew estimates that in America about 24 million voter registrations are invalid or significantly inaccurate. More than 1.8 million dead people are on the lists, and about 2.75 million people are registered in more than one state.


1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Murray sez:
Considering the efforts our great country has put forth to help assure fraud free elections in other countries, the U.S. ought to have the most secure election process anywhere. Voter I.D. anyone? Maybe we should resort to the purple finger technique!