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#1 13 years ago

Fox News New Jersey Republicans say an analysis of state voter rolls has turned up evidence of "widespread fraud,“ including nearly 5,000 people listed as voting, who were unfortunately, dead. GOP investigators found nearly 55,000 people registered in multiple counties, and nearly 4,400 who voted twice in 2004. What's more, 170,000 New Jersey residents were registered to vote in other states and 6,500 of those appear to have voted twice.

Republicans are threatening to sue Democratic Attorney General Peter Harvey to force him to clean up the problems. But Democrats didn't seem too concerned. A spokesman for New Jersey's Democratic Committee tells the Star Ledger, "If the Republican Party conducted the investigation, it's safe to assume the facts and figures are wrong."

Ok, so the democrats have DEAD PEOPLE VOTING and they still cant win an election... "A spokesman for New Jersey's Democratic Committee tells the Star Ledger, "If the Republican Party conducted the investigation, it's safe to assume the facts and figures are wrong."" I love that little bit, like the Decomratic Committee has never done something unethical before


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#2 13 years ago

I voted three times for Barak Obama and John Kerry. :wtf: I just love the Democrats of the People's Republic of Chicago.




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#3 13 years ago
S.T.A.L.K.E.R. Ok, so the democrats have DEAD PEOPLE VOTING and they still cant win an election...

that is because the rep's are way ahead of them in the fraudulent votes area :rolleyes: http://www.klas-tv.com/Global/story.asp?S=2421595&nav=168XRvNe http://www.cbsnews.com/stories/2004/10/14/politics/main649380.shtml http://www.scoop.co.nz/stories/HL0310/S00211.htm oh ya and see my other thread about the electronic voting machines too




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#4 13 years ago

im not saying republicans are angels, politicians in general can be very sneaky....


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#5 13 years ago
politicians in general can be very sneaky....

you guys should hear the Bangladeshi politicians talk.




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#6 13 years ago
"The technology had a trial run in the 2002 mid-term elections. In Georgia, serviced by new Diebold systems, a popular Democratic governor and senator were both unseated in what the media called ‘amazing’ upsets, with results showing vote swings of up to 16 percent from the last pre-ballot polls. In computerized Minnesota, former Vice President Walter Mondale—a replacement for popular incumbent Paul Wellstone, who died in a plane crash days before the vote—was also defeated in a large last-second vote swing. Convenient ‘glitches’ in Florida saw an untold number of votes intended for the Democratic candidate registering instead for Governor Jeb "L'il Brother" Bush. A Florida Democrat who lost a similarly ‘glitched’ local election went to court to have the computers examined—but the case was thrown out by a judge who ruled that the innards of America's voting machines are the ‘trade secrets’ of the private companies who make them."

both sides cheat and steal the vote, its now just a matter of who can steal more votes....




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#7 13 years ago

Both sides have corrupt bastards. Just because most politicians are liars doesn't mean that they are all corrupt.




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#8 13 years ago

Reminds me of the (painful) election for Governor we just had here in Washington state. A little back history, this state is definately a Blue (democratic) state, with them controlling pretty much everything here, as it has been for a good 20 years.

First, Dino Rossi (R), won the election narrowly, in fact so narrowly (by only 261 votes out of 2.9 million cast) that the state did a mandatory machine recount. And him having won at all or even being close was an incredible feat, considering he's a Republican, but showed how fed up this state has become with the mainly Democratic leadership.

The first recount was even closer, but he still won by 43 votes. But is he governor? No. We need another recount they say. They then did a second recount (hand count) in which Christine Gregiore (D) won by 130 votes. At which point the Democrats had won so they called it final. Many people still (including myself) can't believe this happened. I think it was pretty fishy, and I'm far from alone.

But curiously, during the last recount, a box with 700 previously uncounted votes were mysteriously found in King County (Seattle), a highly Democratic area, and were allowed in the final recount (a +121 vote boost for Gregiore). After the election, many abnormalitites were found including, among other things, convicted felons having voted.




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#9 13 years ago

http://www.wired.com/news/evote/0,2645,61640,00.html fraud is very easy with those brand spankin' new electronic voting machines.... oh ya forgot about this:

Walden O'Dell or 'Wally" O'Dell, the current chairman and CEO of Diebold is a major Bush campaign organizer and donor who wrote in 2003 that he was "committed to helping Ohio deliver its electorial votes to the president next year." He was very active and visible as a Bush supporter



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#10 13 years ago

Just because nobody cares about your thread doesn't mean you can take it elsewhere.