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    The virus of corrupt Chicago political operatives has spread throughout the Democratic Party. It their win at any cost strategy voter fraud has not become a tool in the belt of the Democratic Party - something we all hoped was in the past.

    Bogus Voter in Ohio

    They even had old ladies cheating in Ohio

    Charges filed in Michigan

    In North Carolina

    In Florida

    In Indiana

    And Obama is secretly funding this systematic fraud
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    The virus of corrupt political operatives has spread throughout the Republican Party. In their win at any cost strategy voter suppression has become a tool in the belt of the Republican Party - something we all hoped was in the past.

    The Republican War on Voting | The American Prospect

    The BRAD BLOG : Conyers Demands 'Immediate Halt to Republican Vote Suppression Efforts'

    More Republican Voter Suppression Strategies | Clipmarks

    The Montana Republican Party Brings Voter Suppression to Montana 4&20 blackbirds

    Republican Voter Suppression in Michigan - iReport.com

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    Lets have some perspective people

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    There’s simply no way to gather over one million new voter registration forms without some of the forms having been filled out with bogus information. You could ask the group to automatically toss out the obviously wrong ones — some guy saying he’s Tony Romo, someone else saying he’s Mickey Mouse — but the law requires them to hand all the forms in to prevent them from tossing out forms filled out by people who say they want to register Republican. Consequently, if you go out and register over a million voters you’ll wind up with a lot of bad forms being submitted. But just as 30,000 is a lot of people and also only a very small fraction of one million people, when you’re talking about registering over a million new voters you’d need orders of magnitude more bad forms to constitute real evidence of a systematic fraud campaign.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jfk2008 View Post
    The virus of corrupt political operatives has spread throughout the Republican Party. In their win at any cost strategy voter suppression has become a tool in the belt of the Republican Party - something we all hoped was in the past.

    The Republican War on Voting | The American Prospect

    The BRAD BLOG : Conyers Demands 'Immediate Halt to Republican Vote Suppression Efforts'

    More Republican Voter Suppression Strategies | Clipmarks

    The Montana Republican Party Brings Voter Suppression to Montana 4&20 blackbirds

    Republican Voter Suppression in Michigan - iReport.com
    THAT is the main problem with the Obama campaign - 'The republicans do it so we should do it' mentality. Obama is down in the dirth with the Karl Roves of this world.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ManOfReason View Post
    THAT is the main problem with the Obama campaign - 'The republicans do it so we should do it' mentality. Obama is down in the dirth with the Karl Roves of this world.

    If the Republicans choose to fight the election in the sewer (on "home turf", as it were) the only way to win is to thrash them on their home turf.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ManOfReason View Post
    THAT is the main problem with the Obama campaign - 'The republicans do it so we should do it' mentality. Obama is down in the dirth with the Karl Roves of this world.
    Of course he is. I love the way morons seem to think that the Democrats are more moral than the Republicans. This is the same guy who supported the Patriot Act.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Pauli View Post
    If the Republicans choose to fight the election in the sewer (on "home turf", as it were) the only way to win is to thrash them on their home turf.
    Well we will see if it was worth it when we have an Obama Presidency and instead of a divisive, petty, authoritarian neo-con in the White House, we will have a divisive, petty authoritarian neo-commie in the White House.
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    The democrat vote in the US must be about 30% max. Most people do not want any socialism at all and are content to provide for themselves without stealing for other.

    It is great to see them routed despite the voter fraud. In the city of Madison yesterday the turnout was 119% by the time the union shills were finished voting round the clock and still they could not win

    Report: 119% Voter Turnout in Madison, WI

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    Quote Originally Posted by ManOfReason View Post
    THAT is the main problem with the Obama campaign - 'The republicans do it so we should do it' mentality. Obama is down in the dirth with the Karl Roves of this world.
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    Man I was a very angry and disgruntled Hilary Clinton supporter back in 2008 (which was why I voted for McCain, my first vote for a Republican ever)

    Anyway, I think my point still stands, the kind of ultra-partisan politics I described has backfired hugely in the Wisconsin recall. But no lessons have been learned and Obama continues to put his efforts into manufacturing a 'War on Women' and whine about how the Republicans won't let him do anything and all the while employment figures are dropping like a rock. I just don't think he gets it.
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