US election fraud

Looks like we’ll need one.

Oh, and there’s Russian hackers.

I blame Vladimir Putin. Or racists. Or racist Vladimir Putin.

Philadelphia, Indianapolis:

Criminals are Bubbette’s constituency.


72% concern in polls. Yet another reason The Donald can get away with making a stink if the count doesn’t go his way.

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Those voting machines seem to lean Democrat.

Or it could be misaligned screens, some sort of technical malf. Either way, bad. Shame on Texas for not using paper ballots.

I hear you man. At this rate, there’s gonna be a mass Republican exodus to Canada…

It’s sad that what the right seems to a considerable degree to be taking away from the predictable results of running a candidate so epically inept that he may not have beaten Vermin Supreme is that if they whine loud enough about how they were wronged, they might be able to wring something positive out of it, like a man dying of thirst begging for rags to squeeze a few drops out of. Get up and find some water guy! You might just live, and people will respect you for it. This way is a fast slope to irrelevancy and death.

In case it wasn’t clear, my point was that Canadians take paper ballots for granted and therefore scratch their heads at the sight of Uncle Sam buying voting machines, realizing they don’t work, donating them to 3rd world countries, and trying to solve the problem by buying more voting machines.

That and the fact that Canada does accept refugees from the US, from time to time.

I wonder what the Bubbette bros would say if The Donald were to win the count? Would they graciously suck it up, or would they blame Russia?

The answer, my friend, is dangling in the chads.

The Republicans should have run Jeb. Then they could have fulfilled their traditional role as either the traditional losers who provide legitimacy for the system or the winners who don’t get anything that their (non-corporate, non-neocon) supporters want done.

[quote]Pennsylvania state police have raided a Delaware County political field office seeking evidence of possible voter-registration fraud, according to court records.

In a warrant filed late last week in County Court, investigators said they were seeking documents, financial information, and lists of employees at the Norwood office of FieldWorks LLC, a national organization that often does street work for Democrats, records show.

The warrant did not specify the nature of the probe, but said agents also were looking for “templates . . . utilized to construct fraudulent voter registration forms” and “completed voter registration forms containing same or similar identifying information of individuals on multiple forms.”[/quote]

Vote early, vote often.

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Only a problem if they would have voted Republican. Otherwise, perfectly legit.

Handling of absentee ballots in Florida:

Seems like the erroneous handling was not deliberate; just a misunderstanding of procedure. Glad it was caught, and that both sides could work together in an agreeable manner to sort it out. I don’t want to see shenanigans on either side.

Either Il Douche is encouraging illegals to vote, or… drawing a blank here. What else might his point be?

He may not have worded it well (and it was taken out of context), but he did say voting is for citizens.

Remember, this is Fox News, so of course they’re going to twist Obama’s intended meaning. Fox News is a propaganda mill, and Neil Cavuto is a scumbag.

She clearly asked him if someone illegally in the USA votes, could they be deported. Obama confirmed that there is no cross checking of voter rolls with citizenship So the implication is that they can vote without fear of deportation.

Obama further said that you are a citizen when you vote, implying that it should be assumed a person voting is a citizen and not questioned.

The reporter also stated that non-citizens are citizens, to which Obama seems to agree with.

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It would be helpful to watch the whole interview. :2cents: