4 Web-savvy Ways to Fight Vote Fraud in Massachusetts

Its been said that Democrats have two growing electoral bases: trial lawyers and voter fraud.

For me, Vote fraud is defined as anyone who illegally casts a vote for a candidate that should not be allowed to vote.

A very common form of vote fraud is voter registration fraud ( Check these links out.  )

Also, John Fund has an excellent book that i highly recommend reading.

Republican candidates who get screwed in elections by Leftist-sponsored/encouraged  voter fraud is so common that its deserving of its own Wylie Coyote routine.

This year, its time we stand up and fight.

So, today we fight back.

And we fight back with Web 2.0.

Here are four simple ways to report voter fraud:

 

Twitter | use #votefraud hashtag

 

YouTube | visit http://www.youtube.com/group/votefraud09

 

 

Flickr | visit: http://www.flickr.com/groups/votefraud

 

Facebook | visit: http://www.facebook.com/group.php?gid=214486540096

 

 

 

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Oh boy...

I thought with only white folks on the federal ticket in this special some of this voter fraud hooey would disappear.  When is the right going to start requiring even minimal evidence of voter fraud before they get their knickers up in a bunch?  Someone registering dead people who aren't going to vote (surprise!) in order to get paid more by ACORN is NOT voter fraud.  No tea-party candidate ever lost to a centrist because of those dead people who didn't vote.  

Now, have left of center candidates lost because right wing election boards decided the po' folk and dark skins didn't deserve enough voting booths open for long enough to keep up with election day traffic?   I haven't seen anything conclusive there either, but the circumstantial evidence is at least pointing in the right direction, instead of being a complete mirage...

Its been said that Democrats

Its been said that Democrats have two growing electoral bases: trial lawyers and voter fraud.

Only by imbeciles.

For me, Vote fraud is defined as anyone who illegally casts a vote for a candidate that should not be allowed to vote.

The candidate shouldn't be allowed to vote? Word of advice: in the future, don't try to sound sophisticated. People may understand what you're saying, but they do so in spite of your best efforts. The next line is particularly hilarious in this respect:

A very common form of vote fraud is voter registration fraud ( Check these links out.  )

"Voter registration fraud" is not "vote fraud" at all, and the gobs of baseless anti-ACORN propaganda wouldn't be cited by anyone who wanted to be taken seriously.

Republican candidates who get screwed in elections by Leftist-sponsored/encouraged  voter fraud is so common that its deserving of its own Wylie Coyote routine.

Meanwhile, in the real world, if you want to fulminate against voter registration fraud and tie it to some major party or candidate, I'm afraid you're barking up an entirely wrong tree. Look, instead, into Voter Outreach of America, which has also travelled under the name America Votes (to mimic a Democratic org with which it has no affiliation); they were paid by the RNC, and made a practice of simply throwing whatever Democratic registrations they could get in the trash. Lincoln Strategy, headed by Nathan Sproul and employed by the RNC in multiple elections to date, makes for interesting reading. In 2004, Sproul had Democratic registrations destroyed--canvassers in his employ who brought in Demo registration were fired, while those who brought in Republican registrations were getting bonuses. When these activities were revealed, the Bush Justice Department sat on the matter, and, in 2008, he was back at it, in the pay of the RNC again, and also, this time, of the McCain campaign (everyone knowing exactly what they were buying). Look into Young Political Majors, an outfit run by Mark Jacoby and paid by the Republicans to handle their voter registration efforts in California. They way he "handled" them was to fake signatures on change-of-registration forms, or get people to sign them by telling them it was a petition for some public cause. They were converting Democratic voters to Republican, and being paid $5 for every one by the head of John McCain's California campaign (YPM had been doing the same thing for years).

This is real-life registration fraud, not the nonsense thrown at ACORN (wherein ACORN is the victim of fraudsters, and turn them in). This is, again, not the same as voter fraud, which is intentionally conflated with registration fraud by propagandists. Voter fraud requires someone to show up and try to fraudulently vote. Claims, such as you made above, that this is a routine occurence have multiplied like roaches in recent years, as their spread is well-financed; documented examples of this actually happening, however, are, for all intents and purposes, non-existent.