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etc. - a little of this, a little of that - by Oliver Del Signore

Archive for April 10th, 2012


Yes, Attorney General Holder, there is proof of why we need voter ID laws

Tuesday, April 10th, 2012

I imagine everyone reading this is aware of the controversy surrounding requiring IDs to vote, although I suspect most of you, like I, can’t figure out exactly why there is a controversy.

Dead people regularly return from the grave to vote, usually for Democrats, folks in nursing homes who can’t recognize their children manage to cast absentee ballots, usually for Democrats, and there are even cases of more folks voting in some places than there are registered voters.

But according to U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder, none of that means anything. “But there is no proof that our elections are marred by in-person voter fraud,” he claims.

Perhaps he’s confused, and thinks all elections are held on All Hallow’s Eve, when some believe the dead can be risen, evidently to secure office for left-leaning politicians.

Here is a video of someone from Project Veritas being offered Attorney General Holder’s ballot during a recent primary. Yes, as other videos have show, it really is that easy to commit voter fraud.

But of course, nobody actually does it, do they Attorney General Holder?

Watch the three minute video and then let us know what you think should be done.

ID’s to vote or not? Some other solution?



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