He sure can’t run on his record, and people already proved to the media they aren’t “racists” by electing him in the first place despite his obvious lack of qualifications, so what makes Obama think he can get a four-year extension on his “fundamental transformation” of America? Two words: voter fraud. Via Stand With Arizona:
Democrats facing a tough election year are on the warpath — doing everything in their power to stop Voter ID laws in their tracks. The Obama Department of Justice has declared war on Texas and South Carolina — inventing non-existent “racial discrimination” to block popular voter ID laws in those states.
And always, we hear the bleating of activists that “there’s no significant voter fraud in America.” Meanwhile, Democrat officials (and their activist allies) are routinely caught committing it. And Roger Hedgecock detailed the extensive effort by the Democrats in 2010 to commit massive fraud in California in his must-read piece, Stealing the Election of 2012.
And now, an exceptional reporter in Florida has uncovered shocking fraud in that state — registration and voting by non-citizens — which officials had no idea was occurring, since they are prohibited from asking immigration status under the fraud-machine called the Motor Voter Act of 1993.
NBC-2 Tampa reporter Andy Pierrotti deserves serious kudos for conducting a two-month investigation that found non-citizens voting in Florida Elections. His report came just two days after the Tampa Bay Times claimed voter fraud in Florida was nonexistent.
The abovementioned Motor Voter Act was explicitly intended to get as many welfare recipients on the voter roles as possible. Since those who register at the welfare office are prevented by their shiftlessness not only from working but from casting a ballot (only 5% of them actually vote), others cast the ballots on their behalf. One of Obama’s very few political achievements prior to his abrupt rise to the White House was suing to defend the Motor Voter Act on behalf of the notorious voter fraud outfit ACORN, foreshadowing his current election strategy.
Meanwhile, anyone even tangentially linked to attempts to defend the integrity of our electoral process is subject to ferocious attacks:
Democratic officials Wednesday launched [an] attack on states with new laws requiring identification before voting, the highlight being a call to boycott Coke, Walmart and others that back a leading organization pushing for voter ID laws.
Coke was quick to react to the political boycott threat, pulling support from the targeted group just five hours after it was called. Walmart said that support for a group does not mean it backs every decision by those groups.
By current corporate standards, this qualifies as courage on the part of Walmart, although it will always be hated by liberals anyway for resisting unionization and for catering to normal Americans. The weenies running Coca-Cola are beneath contempt.
In caving into the economic threats, Coke told Secrets: “The Coca-Cola Company has elected to discontinue its membership with the American Legislative Exchange Council (ALEC). Our involvement with ALEC was focused on efforts to oppose discriminatory food and beverage taxes, not on issues that have no direct bearing on our business. We have a long-standing policy of only taking positions on issues that impact our Company and industry.”
Right: like global warming.
Who is behind the boycott?
Officials from [a Democrat] party-backed group, Color of Change, kicked off a boycott of Coke and other financial backers of the American Legislative Exchange Council which supports new voter ID laws.
Color of Change was cofounded by Van Jones, an avowed communist and “rowdy black nationalist” who was driven out of the Obama Administration when Glenn Beck publicized his extremely disturbing radicalism. Countries where folks like Jones have consolidated power have a saying about voting: “One man, one vote, one time.” But for now, it will be “One illegal alien or welfare bum, any number of votes, every time there’s an election.”
On tips from Nobody, SR, J, Bob Roberts, and G. Fox.