What can be done to correct the vote fraud for the next election? Major work must be done all over this country to preserve the sanctity of the voting process.
It is a disgrace that a nation like ours can’t have a standardized system. We also make sure that all legitimate voters votes count, especially our servicemen and women.
Nonpartisan people should be running the polling places. There should be no more early voting or provisional voting. Absentee ballots should only be for those who will be out of the country or their state. No more voting twice, and registration for all should be the same.
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A question I never see addressed is that Barack Obama’s father had multiple wives. I believe I read that he was married in Kenya prior to his “marriage” to Barack’s mother. If there was no divorce from the Kenyan wife, which I have never read happened, he would, in fact, be a bigamist and Barack a bastard.
Thus, he would not be legitimate issue of two parents, much less two American parents. Am I off the rails here?
For those one-liner GOP troll cheerleaders who just didn’t get that it’s not all about being on the team, no matter how that team evolves season to season, they should read an Alan Keyes column or two ["Now's the time to fight pallbearers of liberty"].
It’s easy to write a column for a Rush, Levin or a Hannity because they always fall back to, “At least we’re better than those Marxits” – but that one sentiment has forgiven everything the GOP has evolved to become immoral about to the exclusion of only fiscal issues.
In this story it is reported that a “nuclear-armed Iran much is closer than assumed by the Obama administration.” What else is new? This administration is always a day late and a dollar short on everything it does, especially in foreign affairs. Everything for Obama seems to be mildly reactionary vs. proactive. I sometimes wonder if he even listens to his staff of advisers or the intel that comes in on a daily if not hourly basis.
I see WND is still searching for the scapegoat to blame for what happened in the 2012 election. Rather than admit that the religious right is once again at fault for electing Obama, WND, like any good Christian-oriented organization, searches for someone else to blame.
James Dobson, well, he admits the religious right did not vote for Romney and then blames Romney for not exciting them. Why should anyone have to excite the ones who claim to have “the answer”? Farah looks everywhere, blaming fraud, claiming the voting machines were rigged. And now the latest WND s ... continue reading »
On Nov. 26, 2012, liberal radio host Mike Malloy broadcast the following:
“These tea bag bastards who by the way, I just wish they would all just go away – or, like in Passover, I just wish there was an angel of the Lord that would pass over – instead of killing the firstborn in all the households of Egypt just wipe out all the tea baggers. Just, you know, the terrible swift sword, just [Mike makes exaggerated 'swishing' sounds] – lop their heads off!”
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