Wednesday, October 27, 2010
Republicans raise the charge of voter fraud every time there is a general election, but never during the primaries. I wonder why?
Because the vast majority of vote fraud is committed by Democrats, and during the primaries the Democrats are committing vote fraud against each other to win the primary. Just ask Hillary.
It's only during the general election that the Democrats focus their vote fraud against Republicans.
Silly rabbit...the very act of a brown person voting constitutes voter fraud. To the diseased right wing mind, all brown people are criminals, criminals are felons, and felons are barred from voting. Therein lies your voter fraud.
Now since we know white Republicans never, never, ever break the law, they could never commit voter fraud. Ain't that right, jms?
Seriously - minorities tend to vote Democratic, and so they must be stopped by any means necessary. Only rich white people should be allowed to dictate the future course of this nation.
What would you say was the most outrageous example of Republican initiated vote fraud in the 2008 election? The 2010 election?
i like how you stayed away from 2000 & 2004, jms. quite telling.
Hmm ... I wasn't really thinking about that. The Supreme Court decided those elections. Were they the ones committing vote fraud? Or are you just pissed off that the Democrats weren't allowed to pull a "Franken" in Florida and keep recounting the votes until they made it over the hump?
Interesting how you have to go back three election cycles to even make the unsupported claim of any trace of Republican vote fraud, and you simply insinuated instead of made arguments.
Quiddity's point stands. Republican primaries are virtually fraud free, while Democratic primaries are shot through with fraud. Then the general election comes around and Republicans raise the charge of vote fraud on the part of Democrats, while Democrats cry foul when Republicans try and rigorously enforce the voting laws to prevent fraud.