Using Web 2.0 to Fight Voter Fraud, 4 easy ways

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

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

This year, its time we stand up and fight.

We can send Jon Corzine packing this year if we prevent him & the New Jersey political machine from stealing yet another election.

The same goes for a myriad of other races today.

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

 [UPDATE: 3:23 PST 11/3/09]:  John Henke requested that we add links to "prove" that vote fraud was occurring.  Or had occurred. 

I can't speak for this year's election (yet).  Hopefully as a result of Web 2.0, we won't have to.

But as for past instances of vote fraud, my definition of vote fraud INCLUDES vote registration fraud (some people differ).  Check these links out.  Also, John Fund has an excellent book that i highly recommend reading.

 

 

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Well actually...

Republican candidates who claim to have been screwed in elections by Democrat / Leftist / ACORN voter fraud despite having no evidence are  so common that it's deserving of its own Wylie Coyote routine.

Above quote corrected to reflect objective reality instead of paranoid fantasy.  The ratio of fraud claims to fraud evidence by the right is quickly approaching infinity.  The ratio of fraud claims to actual convictions is already there.

Above quote corrected to

Above quote corrected to reflect objective reality instead of paranoid fantasy.

I'll amend it even further.

Republican candidates who claim to have been screwed in elections by Democrat / Leftist / ACORN voter registration fraud (which they conflate with "voter fraud"), despite having no evidence, are so common that it's deserving of its own Wylie Coyote routine.

As for the registration fraud itself, the evil ACORN is the victim of that fraud; they pay people to register voters, and some of them turn out to be unscrupulous, and turn in phony registrations for the money. ACORN flags any suspect registrations, and gives election officals the names of those who turned them in, only to find itself accused, by grandstanding local officials, of "voter registration fraud," or, in right-speak, "voter fraud." You sum it up nicely here:

The ratio of fraud claims to fraud evidence by the right is quickly approaching infinity.  The ratio of fraud claims to actual convictions is already there.

 

Voter Fraud

Well, I was living in OH at the time that ACORN organizations committed MASSIVE fraud.  I can't honestly call ACORN a victim - who in their right mind hires crackheads to collect registrations?  Which, they did, along with homeless people, unemployed people, and released prisoners.  And, they paid them on the number of registrations they could get.

That's a system that is open to being gamed.  If they had bothered to look at the registrations, they would have found cartoon characters, obviously fake names, and multiple people (not related) at the same address.  So, they can't use the "victim" defense.

Furthermore, in city after city, oh-so-coincidentally, almost NO Republicans were registered by ACORN.  Suspicion (and some accusations by former employees) were that the ACORN staff threw out the non-Democrat papers.

Libertarians need to dump these goons.

The nationalist assholes do nothing for the movement. They conflate bigotry with freedom and muddle our message.

Amen

Well put!  I'm to the left myself, but I respect true libertarians with principled reasons for their beliefs.  This sort of post is just a joke, and the poster doesn't understand that the joke's on him.

I'd feel much better about the future of politics and public policy in our country if people like you were the ones holding the power on the other side of the political spectrum.

dying web site

If there are new Republican ideas that will catch a new generation of voters, you won't find them here.  "Ideas?  I don' need no stinkin' ideas!"  Gimme Sarah Palin and Rush Limbaugh and the bottom half of the class.This web site proves that "Republican idea" is an oxymoron.

 

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

Sure enough, it has. 

 

OMG

This is just too f*cking funny.

 

First of all, David's advice to report voter fraud is ... twitter!?!

 

Pure genius.

 

Secondly, Henke (desperately hoping for some kind of legitimacy) informs David that he needs to provide evidence.  Yeah, backing up what you say... who'd a thunk-it?

In response, David here has two suggestions:  one is to read a book by John Fund (?!), the other is a link to google "acorn vote fraud."

 

LOL!!

 

Excellent work, David.  :-/

Your bibliography consists of "Did you mean: acorn voter fraud"

LOL, dude... I almost fell out of my chair.

 

"lgm" is right.  This is a dying website.  Sooner the better.

I like Jon Henke - he knows that.  I've been reading his stuff for five years now.

 

Jon, buddy... grab whatever is left of your credibility and close this POS down.

 

Then kick yourself in the ass for ever grouping up with these douchebags.

 

Sincerely,

PogueMahone