Daily Archives: September 11, 2008

Voter Disenfranchisement Shifts Into Overdrive

Now that the Political Conventions are over and the Presidential / Vice Presidential nominees for each party hit the campaign trail, the tradition of disenfranchising and purging voters who are perceived as a threat to the Republican party is switching into overdrive. Democrats have an estimated 11 million more registered voters than Republicans.

A few times in the past I’ve detailed how the 2000 Presidential election was rife with fraud and how it was illicitly decided by five U.S. Supreme Court ‘Justices’ — who are ultimately responsible for the destruction of the United States these past seven and a half plus years — who appointed George W. Bush to the Presidency. The 2004 Presidential election was ‘won’ by massive election fraud. Attempts are being made for a threepeat.

Voting machines — many of which have major flaws that can be easily exploited to compromise the integrity, confidentiality, and availability of the voting process — will be used in numerous states. A video showing how easily voting machines can be rigged and manipulated is available from YouTube. Some states, such as Arizona, are intent on making sure the election can be rigged. So intent that an election observer was wrongfully arrested.

Below are examples of many states attempting to disenfranchise voters, primarily African American and Hispanic, who have a tendency to vote Democrat. The ongoing fraud is deemed necessary by Republicans who know their party has no legitimate chance to win a Presidential election, especially when their candidates have proven repeatedly that they intend to continue the illegal actions of the Bush administration. The blatant lies Republicans continue repeating are more than ample evidence of that.

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