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Aug 31 2012

Voter Fraud and the Collapse of Democrat Registration in Florida

Moonbats are squealing like stuck pigs because new Democrat voter registration in Florida has collapsed — and they blame it on safeguards against fraud:

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A conspicuous lack of enthusiasm for Obama can only go so far toward explaining this. If it indicates how large a percentage of the Democrat vote has been illegitimate, the long-suffering silent majority is a much larger majority than anyone but our liberal rulers knew. The louder they bark about the good guys “suppressing” the vote, the more obvious it is that they can only win by cheating.

On a tip from Air2air.

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  • Dr. 9

    Wouldn’t it be more appropriate if Repubs were blue and Demoncrats were red? (as in commies)

  • Drury

    Cheating at the ballot box is the ONLY way this Marxist usurper can beat Romney come November. And isn’t it a bit more than just coincidence when EVERY case so far challenging state voter ID laws has gone in favor of the cheaters. Texas is the most recent to “lose” to a FedGov 3-judge panel decision, who cite “minority disenfranchisment” for the reason lazy a-holes can’t get off their duff and obtain a State-issued picture ID. If 0bozo does end up getting re-erected, we can thank these fascist judges who are only trying to protect their own FedGov power and positions.

    http://www.breitbart.com/Big-Government/2012/08/30/Federal-Court-Rejects-Texas-Voter-ID-Law-Texas-To-Appeal-To-Supreme-Court

    Just remember boys and girls: if the Dems cheat to win, resistance to their tyranny is NOT futile.

  • Incitatus

    Click below for a sampling of the rules the GOP broke at their own convention.

    http://www.thepoliticalcesspool.org/jamesedwards/ron-paul-delegates-go-berserk/

  • Dr. 9

    Seems a Republican used the C-Word.

    No, not cancer. That’s the Democrats that are saying Mitt Romney gives people cancer.

    No, not, um, ah, uh, hmm, uh, “see you next Tuesday” either.

    Seems there’s a new C-Word that you can’t say. According to NewsBusters, Chris Mathews, who clearly seems to be on the verge of a nervous breakdown, said that saying “Chicago” is racist. Why? Because there’s a lot of black people living there.

    I assume calling someone a “Washington insider” will be racist, since there are a bunch of black people living there, too.

    So, we have a new C-Word, another word we can’t say.

    I have a list of words I never want to hear Chris Mathews ever to say again. The list can be found between the front and back covers of The Unabridged American Dictionary…

    Borrowed from the wild and patriotic minds at PIG…

  • dan

    IMHO I think it’s time to start the psy/ops campaign
    about the facial recognition cameras at all poling sites
    and that all voters with warrants will be apprehended…
    might cut down on the riff-raff voting proglodites.

  • Momster

    Dr. 9 says:
    August 31, 2012 at 6:22 am Wouldn’t it be more appropriate if Repubs were blue and Demoncrats were red? (as in commies)
    ____________________

    Why do you think the press decided on blue for Dems and red for Repubs? It hit too close to home!

  • SR

    Speaking of voter fraud.

    Three-Fifths of Milwaukee’s Black Voters Have Vanished Without a Trace

    http://www.thegatewaypundit.com/2012/08/thats-odd-three-fifths-of-milwaukees-black-voters-have-vanished-without-a-trace/

  • Jaynie59

    Florida has a closed primary system so the numbers make sense even without the Voter ID rules. Of course a lot of Democrats registered in 2004, when we had an Evil Right Wing Christian Conservative in the White House, and in 2008, when the Lightbringer was running against an Evil Right Wing Christian Conservative. But there was no real Democrat primary in 2012 so Democrats either haven’t bothered to register yet (the deadline for the general is 10/9) or they registered as Republican so they could vote in the Republican primary.

  • Doug

    Dr. 9 says:
    August 31, 2012 at 6:22 am
    Wouldn’t it be more appropriate if Repubs were blue and Demoncrats were red? (as in commies)

    That is indeed the case in other Western countries like Canada, UK. You can give them credit for at least not hiding from the truth: Liberal = Communist.

  • http://conservativetruthhq.blogspot.com/ Laurie

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    How long has the Jacksonville Times-Union had this information? Especially the difference between 2004 and 2008? Because if they had such damning data in 2008, they should have released it for investigation. This so-called media outlet should be immediately shut down and all of upper management put on trial for fraud.

  • chuck in st paul

    Wow, no wonder there’s a new ‘Resident Evil’ coming out – the zombies are really pissed.

    Here in the Peoples Republic of Minnesota the Governor vetoed the Voter ID bill, so now it’s on the ballot as an Amendment. I suspect even with all the libtards and progressives (sic) here, that this law/amendment will pass.

    Once that’s done, I expect the 50/50 split in current voting patterns will rapidly shift to 55/45 in favor of conservatives and then gravitate to 60/40. Also, no magic ballot boxes showing up in the trunks of Dhimmeroid poll officials’ cars.

  • IslandLifer

    Incitatus, the Republicans have shot themselves in the foot. I’ve had it up to HERE !!! with those doushe bags. They will not get my vote this November unless they stop their foolish bullshit. And no, that won’t be a vote for Barry, that will be a no vote for either one. The can both go Fak themselves!

  • bob

    So the reason registrations are down is because the only people who vote democrat have no ID?

    Maybe it’s because they have no candidate.

  • M.Wilson

    Considering that in most states you need a photo ID for driving, drinking, smoking, buying guns or ammo, renting a house or apartment, getting a loan, and many other things, it’s hard to imagine Voter ID disenfranchising anyone except people who would not be eligible anyway.

    And last time I checked, “non-eligible voters” is not a valid voting bloc despite being a significant Democrat constituency.

  • True Blue

    How are these ‘disenfranchised’ people getting their Welfare, SNAP EBT etc then?
    Doesn’t that also take an ID?

    Let’s see one of these people try and tour Barry’s House without ID; I’m sure the Secret Service won’t mind.

  • Bill T
  • JNN

    I love how the left thinks that they can declare words off limits. Piss on them!

  • Louie

    The left will cite this decline in voter registration as *proof* that voter ID requirements disenfranchise blacks and are therefore racist.

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  • chuck in st paul

    Just like concealed carry permits, I think this voter ID thing is going to be a wave that carries all 57 states.

    I bet if Obysmal goes down in November a number of libtard governors and state congresses will too, giving a clear road to implement voter ID in at least 40 or more states within a couple years. The rest will be dragged kicking and screaming into it.

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  • creeper

    Dems are tucking their tails between their legs and slinking away.

  • http://none libertyordeath

    Regarding Red vs. Blue, the electoral maps used to be Blue = Republican, Red = Democrat (google 1972, 1968 electoral maps). Seems some lefties & media hacks (but I repeat myself) pushed the colors around after growing tired of being (correctly) called REDS.
    They’ve really have let the mask drop, revealing themselves as rank socialists/communists, relentlessly robbing us of liberty and property.

  • http://unsolicited.elementfx.com/blog The MUSEman

    “…new Democrat voter registration…”

    If those numbers really are “new” voters, then perhaps the Dems did such a great job registering voters during 2008 that there aren’t many new ones left (I doubt it though).

    And, now’s not the time for gloating: Even with the low Dem registrations for 2012, the Dem still outnumber the Repubs by a little over 95,000.

    Thanks for reading!

  • VinceP1974

    It was Tim Russert at NBC who came up with the current color scheme. All the rest of them (media) fell into line.

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