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Feb 19 2013

Poll Worker Melowese Richardson Apparently Cast Six Votes for Obama

How did Obama win the crucial swing state Ohio, despite his overt hostility to the coal industry? This offers a clue:

The Obama/Biden lawn sign remains proudly planted in front of Melowese Richardson’s Cincinnati home, three months after the presidential election.

It seems that President Obama has an especially ardent supporter in the veteran Ohio poll worker.

Richardson told a local television station this month that she voted twice for Obama last November. She cast an absentee ballot and then voted at the polls as well.

“Yes, I voted twice,” Richardson told WCPO-TV. “I, after registering thousands of people, certainly wanted my vote to count, so I voted. I voted at the polls.”

Authorities also are investigating if she voted in the names of four other people, too, for a total of six votes in the 2012 presidential election.

For every Obamunist who publicly admits to voter fraud, there are tens of thousands either not quite dumb enough or too busy watching the massive, extravagantly expensive televisions favored by welfare recipients.

As Obama voters were casting multiple ballots, Romney voters had theirs thrown out. In the opposite corner of the state, 21 Cleveland districts recorded not a single vote for Romney.

That’s how elections work in a country that has been “fundamentally transformed” into a second-rate banana republic. Happy now, libs?

Melowese’s vote counts for six of yours.

On tips from Dr. 9 and Wiggins.

39 Responses to “Poll Worker Melowese Richardson Apparently Cast Six Votes for Obama”

  1. Low Information is No Way To Be says:

    Was the cellphone and welfare check worth it?

  2. Maudie N Mandeville says:

    Embezzling funds from the federal government ought to be life in prison at hard labor.

    Voter fraud should be death by hanging.

    Want to bet it would all clean up a bit?

  3. Kanaka Girl says:

    I’m certain a LOT of low information voters cast multiple votes for their commie messiah. There’s no other explanation for him getting a second term.

  4. Huh. says:

    Everybody always whines when their guy loses. I remember when it was the Dems complaining about Diebold voting machines when W stole the election from Gore.

    Look, you lost. Get over it. It wasn’t fraud, it was the simple fact that nobody liked Mitt, and everybody likes Obama. (In relative terms, anyway).

    What did the GOP offer? Giveaways to billionaires, and nothing else. Perfect example: Mitt/Paul spent every waking second saying we can fix budgetary issues by ‘closing loopholes’; Obama proposes closing loopholes, and every GOP congresscritter votes against it.

    That is why people look down on the GOP. No new ideas, but plenty of sour grapes.

    Not voter fraud, not welfare giveaways… Obama wins by not being a total dbag all the time.

  5. Clingtomyguns says:

    Melowese appears to be fairly “mellow” despite that she committed election fraud. Undoubtedly the likelihood is strong that there were many like Melowese out there openly flouting the system, enough to have changed the election result.

    “Melowese’s granddaughter, India Richardson, confirmed to Fox News that her grandmother voted for her, by submitting an absentee ballot in her name. India told Fox News that she is not angry, and gave her permission to cast her absentee ballot.

    “It wasn’t a big deal,” she said.

    (Sounds like Hillary – “What difference does it make?”)

    Read more:

    “According to the Columbus Dispatch, one out of every five registered voters in Ohio is ineligible to vote. In at least two counties in Ohio, the number of registered voters exceeded the number of eligible adults who are of voting age. In northwestern Ohio’s Wood County, there are 109 registered voters for every 100 people eligible to vote. An additional 31 of Ohio’s 88 counties have voter registration rates over 90%, which most voting experts regard as suspicious. Obama miraculously won 100% of the vote in 21 districts in Cleveland, and received over 99% of the vote where GOP inspectors were illegally removed.

    The inflated numbers can’t just reflect voters who have moved, because the average voting registration level nationwide is only 70%. The vast majority of voters over the 70% level are not voting because they want to, they are voting because someone is getting them to cast a vote, one way or another. Those 31 counties are most likely the largest counties in Ohio, representing a majority of Ohio voters. This means the number of votes cast above the 70% typical voter registration level easily tops 100,000, the margin Obama won Ohio by.”

    “As part of a new effort to root out any voter fraud, [Ohio] Secretary of State Husted has ordered all 88 of the state’s county Board of Elections to hold public hearings on any credible voter fraud allegations or claims of voter disenfranchisement during the 2012 election. He said any substantiated allegations should be turned over to prosecutors.

    “Once the election is over, and once the winner is declared, everybody forgets about it. I want to make sure that we don’t forget about it, that we make sure we do, essentially, an audit of that process to ensure that we know what happened, and then use that evidence to guide us going forward. … We need to learn from that last election so that we can be better before the next one gets here.”

    “Fraud does happen,” noted Husted. “Most attempts are caught by the system. But there are cases that do slip through, as this one does, and we need to make sure that we really send a strong message, that if you do this, you are going to be held accountable. It might mean fines, it might mean jail time.”

    Voter fraud, said Husted, “undermines public confidence in democracy, and that’s why we need, whether you are a Democrat or Republican, to root out all cases of voter fraud.”

    Read more:

    Without a doubt public confidence is gone in federal elections. We can only hope that after the fallout of the coming civil war, confidence in the American republic is restored and the illegal Alinskyite-Obama voting habits will be vanquished and punishible by death.

  6. Pelosiisroadkill says:

    Let them arrest and prosecute her, even if she is convicted, which the Lamestream Marxist media will explode over, Eric Holder will let her off, just like he did the thugs who stood outside Republican poll places with batons to prevent legal voters from entering. Rampant crime, fraud, and treasonous disregard for the law and constitution are the real legacy of the Obama administration

  7. Wilberforce says:

    “Authorities also are investigating if she voted in the names of four other people, too…”

    And I’d like to know just what in God’s name they’ll actually do about it? Multiply this situation by the millions of semi-bearded hipsters with square glasses (one of whom posts here, apparently) and you’ll understand why were in this situation.

  8. Skyfall says:

    Hey there Huh. Still with the “we won, you lost” stuff, eh? You progs can NOT let go of the “poke ’em in the eye” riffs.

    No, you committed fraud and America lost. Your evil, contemptible piece of filth that now besmirches the White House is using all his power to destroy that which he detests: the ability of free men to determine their own destiny.

    He will be brought down so low, even history will forget he ever existed. Sadly, much good will be brought down with him, but such is the price we pay…but just remember that when HE goes down, those that have helped him will go down also.

    It is only a matter of time.

  9. Wilberforce says:

    Skyfall +10.

  10. Ghost of FA Hayek says:

    Quite the contrary
    Only a scumbag would so callously dismiss voter fraud BY AN ELECTION JUDGE

    Happy now, libs?
    A rhetorical question Dave ?

  11. JohnG911 says:

    Her peers will hold her in high esteem, along with Dorner. They are perfect examples of the low lifes we’re dealing with!

  12. Wilberforce says:

    By the way, stories like this are even more reason why a Constitutional Convention (right now) would be a terrible idea. Watch your state legislatures closely.

  13. Sam Adams says:

    Huh. says:
    February 19, 2013 at 10:51 am

    Everybody always whines when their guy loses.

    America lost.

    Thanks for those who assisted with the voter fraud.

  14. Dr. 9 says:

    Do you think this story, and the hundreds of others like it, will cause those weak, mindless fools who actually believe we have a legitimate system for electing our leaders, to wake up? Neither do i.

  15. Ghost of FA Hayek says:

    Maybe Huh could get a job in the Minnesota Secretary of State office.

  16. Doug says:

    May “Huh” WORKS in the MN Secretary of State office.

    Myabe “Huh” is Al Franken, or maybe just a carbuncle on Al’s droopy ass.

  17. StanInTexas says:

    During the 2000 Presidential Election in Florida, Democrats charged voter fraud due to the fact that there were police cars near polling stations (directing traffic) that scared away Democrat voters.

    Here we have a Democrats boasting that she voted multiple times and the Liberals could care less. They have no room to EVER complain about any voting irregularities again.

  18. Skyfall says:

    Thanks Wilbur. Seems Huh isn’t getting any traction with his “We won, you lost, ha ha” rhetoric.

    Not to worry, Huh. The press and academia and most of the government will carry your water. They’ll be right there with you, spitting on the flag and actual patriotic, freedom loving white Americans. YES, I said WHITE. Why not? We’re the one’s you’re after. We’re the “racists”. We’re the one’s you demonize at every opportunity. If we happen to be Bible-believing Christians, so much the worse, right? So yeah…I’m saying it and will continue to say it from now on.

    As to the good Doctor’s point, he’s correct. At this time, no matter what happens or how many travesties we uncover or how many illegal moves the President makes, nothing will happen. No one will wake up.

    For now.

  19. Clingtomyguns says:

    Democraps and their fraudulent low information voters have cast a pall on fair national presidential elections in the USSA. I doubt we’ll ever be able to reign in election fraud, with millions of illegals now in this country.

    But the real problem is endemic, and can only solved by returning to the original intent behind voting in the Constitution – which was to permit trust in voting to only an intelligent and informed electorate.

    “Perhaps the fact that we have seen millions voting themselves into complete dependence on a tyrant has made our generation understand that to choose one’s government is not necessarily to secure freedom.”
    Friedrich August von Hayek

    “The indisputable fact is, a huge percentage of Obama’s voters are basically wards of the state. There are millions of them, and they have no intention of voting for anyone who might want them to ever go out and work for a living – ‘no matter what.'”
    Howie Carr

    To return to founding principles of the Constitution, as informed by the rights of women and other races through Constitutional amendments, those that have no income tax liability in this country, meaning the amount they get from the IRS exceeds the amount they contribute, should have no say in the direction the U.S. is moving or how their tax dollars will be spent.

    This will not likely happen, since people that actually pay taxes will be outnumbered by voters nearly 2 to 1 and are dwarfed by the voting aged population nearly 3 to 1.

    “Let each citizen remember at the moment he is offering his vote that he is not making a present or a compliment to please an individual – or at least that he ought not so to do; but that he is executing one of the most solemn trusts in human society for which he is accountable to God and his country.”

    Samuel Adams [The Boston Gazette on April 16, 1781.]

    “When you become entitled to exercise the right of voting for public officers, let it be impressed on your mind that God commands you to choose for rulers, “just men who will rule in the fear of God.” The preservation of government depends on the faithful discharge of this duty; if the citizens neglect their duty and place unprincipled men in office, the government will soon be corrupted; laws will be made, not for the public good so much as for selfish or local purposes; corrupt or incompetent men will be appointed to execute the laws; the public revenues will be squandered on unworthy men; and the rights of the citizens will be violated or disregarded. If a republican government fails to secure public prosperity and happiness, it must be because the citizens neglect the divine commands, and elect bad men to make and administer the laws.”
    Noah Webster, – 1758-1843

    “At the time of the writing of the Constitution, only male land owners were permitted to vote; women were entirely prohibited. The process proscribed within the Constitution allowed the document to be amended, and without the help of any judicial interpretation. The founding fathers believed that the long term welfare of our nation is best served by an informed, invested electorate. Thus, the assumption that the original intent fails at all due to the fact that women and blacks were not allowed to vote then because they were not regarded as well enough educated or informed, and that only property owners were thought to have enough of an investment in the long term welfare of the state to qualify as voters.

    This was the framer’s original intent – they believed that such a requirement to qualify to vote was not unreasonable. Would we not be better off today if that principle were applied? It might have been better if the Constitution were more clear, stating outright that only informed citizens with a vested interest are allowed to vote, but clearly, the idea as it was manifested at the time of the writing is a sound one. If anyone today is regarded as well-informed, and non-land owners as vested, let them vote. But preserve the integrity of the system and erect a bar over which people must climb before voting. We will all be better off.

    Instead, it has been determined that anyone should be able to vote, even though too many voters have no earthly idea what policy or party serves them best. This extension of voting rights to anyone and everyone has led to a huge bloc of people voting on emotion and only for their immediate gratification, as opposed to what best serves the country and even themselves in the long run. These voters are like the farmers who eat the seed corn and are therefore unable to plant in the spring.

    The popular idea today is that the more people who vote, the stronger our democracy will become, helping everyone to feel he has a role in decision making. But more important for political stability is the economic welfare of the country. Hitler earned just 2% of the vote in the election before the Depression, but with economic hard times as a catalyst, he won outright. Can you think of any modern-day similar situation? Long term economic welfare would be much better served in a system that filtered qualified voters – those with at least a rudimentary knowledge of how our government works. This is not a new or radical idea – we require that vehicle drivers be licensed by passing tests before we allow them behind the wheel. Since the very welfare and viability of our country is at stake, especially our national security, should we tolerate anything less?

    Some may say this is unfair, that everyone should vote, but is the system as it is set up today fair? Under our everyone-can-vote current system, one group can vote themselves another group’s private property, something certainly unfair and unlikely to occur if only property owners were voting. In the short run, expropriating private property may benefit a few, but in the long run it is ruinous for everyone.

    Our founding fathers were brilliant. They took the selfishness in human nature and, through capitalism and private property, harnessed it so as to do the greatest public good for the greatest number of people. We should listen closely to everything they said. After all, this experiment we call the United States of America did produce the greatest country in the history of mankind.”

  20. Jimbo says:

    Dear ‘Huh’;

    Go screw yourself you delusional communist fool.

  21. Aphamail says:

    Huh?… probably how he answers any pertinent political question!

    Again I will say, voter fraud is the most significant issue in American life today – bar none.

    And it sickens me that my conservative politicians haven’t made that the party issue.

    Gun control wouldn’t matter, abortion wouldn’t matter, nor would Christian bashing, black giveaways and rampant crime, a gutted military…ad infinitum.

    …because if all the votes are counted legally, it would show conservatives winning unanimously…and all those issues would not be death-knell issues as they are today, but would be handled effectively by Americans not Marxists.

    One more election with the same kind of cheating, and with the apparent number of new (absolutely low-information) immigrant voters, and America will be totally lost.

    Huh is the un-American of all un-Americans, when he accuses those who point out fraud, but forgives the fraudulent.

    Melowesewhaddeverthef*ck is just the tip of the Democratic cheating iceberg and conservatives have become a titanic sinking ship with not a single representative acting as a life saver.

  22. Son of Taz says:

    Well, this comes as no surprise to me. How the hell did we go from a Tea Party sweep in 2010 to a communist takeover just two years later? It was fraud, plain and simple, here’s the proof. She arrogant and stupid enough to admit it, which should cause her to be arrested and convicted. It won’t of course, because the communists won’t do anything about it.

    Ballots no longer work; time for the bullets. Just got to stock up and the communists are making sure we can’t do that either.

  23. whotothewhat says:

    Well is this becoming more of reason to start the next civil war? Why do us law abiding tax paying god fearing Americans have to standby and continue to watch our country slip away. Did our ancestors leave there homelands with nothing more then the clothes on there backs, who risked life and limb to build a life in a free America did they do this for nothing?. Did all those Marines that stormed the beaches in Pacific during WWII and fought and died do it for nothing? How about the Beaches of Normandy did those brave men die for nothing? We better get our heads out of our butts and soon and start pushing back or we are lost.

  24. COCOV says:

    Last time I checked, voting more than ONE time is breaking a FEDERAL LAW. If this woman voted more than once (6 or more times as she claims) Why hasn’t she been arrested? WTF, is going on? Do laws not apply anymore? IF not I’m sure many people could vote NUMEROUS times! Especially, in the next election two can play that Vote early and OFTEN game! THROW the FRIGGEN book at her and send a message, that voter fraud will not be accepted..And she was a poll watcher, WOW talk about FRAUD!!! ENFORCE THE LAWS!!! NOW!!!

  25. Republican Election Judge says:

    I was an election judge in Cook County, IL…possibly the most crooked place on earth. My precinct was in a tiny red shard on the very edge of the huge blue monster. I spent the whole day on the hotline because so many voters had been mysteriously removed from the ballot application book. They came with their voter ID cards in hand and a current driver’s license showing their residence in the precinct. They claimed that they had voted in the last election. They couldn’t understand why their names were removed and neither could I. I asked why they had been removed. I mostly got an “I dunno” response but in some cases the clerk’s office said they sent postcards to certain people and if the postcard was not returned then they were purged from the ballot application book. They were not even allowed to vote a provisional ballot. THen, at the end of the night when all the votes were to be consolidated and transmitted…the memory pack from the optical scanner failed and we couldn’t even tally the votes. We were instructed to just bring the whole thing down to the headquarters as it was. A republican and democrat judge took the equipment there as instructed and when they arrived they were told, “oh that’s ok…lots of them just didn’t work.” I can tell you this: I have no faith in the integrity of the vote in Cook County, IL.

  26. AngryK9 says:

    Dear Huh, I am in sales and spend most of my time covering the cities and towns in Ohio. The stories of busloads of “voters”, many with limited english skills, showing up at polls were commonplace. The notion that Mr. Obama won Ohio by fraud is not even in dispute, it is acknowleged. What is very surprising is that the fraud is so open and those committing are laughing about it.

  27. Golden Zimbabwe Utopia says:

    Democracy is the theory that the common people know what they want, and deserve to get it good and hard. — H.L. Mencken

  28. Elizabeth says:

    Somebody better check her nostrils. She might have a few more ballots or maybe even an Obamaphone up in there.

  29. forest says:

    Who works your polling place? Does the demo roughly match the demographics of the district? Mine does not and it’s markedly skewed in terms of race age and sex.

  30. Jay B. says:

    The only real mystery here is how come no one is screaming this in the news. When the election was over, every republican in congress rolled over, sucked their thumbs and pretended nothing happened, even as precincts reported more than 100% votes for Obama and his ape legions cheered they voted multiple times. This isn’t as much stealing the elections as being given them away freely.

  31. Huh. says:

    WOW. Epic.

    Voter fraud is the only reason that ‘conservatives’ lose elections constantly these days, eh?

    Can’t have anything to do with the increasingly secular world leaving the religious kooks behind. Can’t have anything to do with the racist-hick element dying off. Can’t have anything to do with horrible GOP candidates and their ‘legitimate rape’ishness. Can’t have anything to do with my generation – and those younger than me – standing up to be counted among those who are in favor of income equality, social equality, and the rest.

    Nope. All fraud. Because… you know… just because. Yup.

    You get this, right? The younger generation will never, ever vote GOP because of the ‘build a bridge to the 12th century’ social baggage you represent? It isn’t fraud – it is history, sweeping you away.

    I know you don’t get that, because in your heads you are warriors, standing tall for the world you see when you close your eyes.

    Only problem: That world isn’t real.

  32. forest says:

    “Huh. says:

    It isn’t fraud – it is history, sweeping you away.”

    For the record, I don’t think election fraud is the biggest problem, an I’m not especially religiously devout, but

    Your tone sounds disturbingly familiar. As soon as progressive collectivists start feeling their oats, they go straight to the eliminationist rhetoric, then if not stopped, it leads to trenches full of victims. Starting with the Jacobins and on through to the Maoists and Khmer Rouge, militant collectivist atheists always resort to genocide once they consolidate power. Always. And talk like that above is where is starts – enforced equality of outcomes, the slamming of all religion, and the crazed Stalinesque comments about “sweeping away” all opposition to the “dustbin of history” and so forth. I expect to hear some shouting about a “Thousand Year Reich” after people use phrases like “sweeping away” of opposition.

    anyway, history has shown what unchecked progressive collectivism leads to – body counts that need to be rounded off to the nearest million – or sometimes to nearest 5 million. It happens every single time.

  33. Huh. says:

    Wow, forest. You took that in an interesting direction.

    When I talk about history sweeping you away, I mean in terms of the Whigs and the Know-Nothings. You will be replaced with something. It will just not be anything like the GOP we see today, with its coalition of the worst/least educate/angriest elements from the fringes of American society.

    Hardly the Khmer Rouge. Hardly “militant”. Just pointing out that what the ‘modern’ GOP calls its ‘base’ is a shrinking fringe, unlikely to grow.

    But… that is another great example of the Right going bonkers at the drop of a hat.

  34. forest says:

    Just admit it. You guys would be perfectly happy to see people on the right being killed. that’s why HuffPo and Kos etc have to close down comments when something terrible happens to a conservative. Too much blood-thirsty celebration in the comments.

    The history speaks for itself. Every time a collectivist/progressive/statist movement really consolidates power, the mass killing start. Every. Single. Time.

  35. Huh. says:

    forest, you kill me.

    FauxNews had to disable commenting entirely on all of their sites, because of the generally awful, racist, uneducated filth that populated those comment threads.

    Brave card to play, there. Just pointing out how you are strangely selective in noticing… reality…

  36. T says:

    The question still remains, “What is going to be done about it?” Next is “Who is behind all of it?” and then, What are we going to do to them for it?” “I have a Dream!”

  37. AngryK9 says:

    Dear Huh,

    I’m curious about “income equality”. I work my tail off and make a comfortable 6 figure income. How much of it do you feel you are entitled to?

  38. depwavid says:

    Look at her picture. Can you see the hatred, envy, greed, and power-lust staring back at you? If not, let the Che Guevara beret she sports speak for the festering boil this woman calls her soul.

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