These comments followed a discussion on opposing sane voting procedures. Paul Glastris, Washington Monthly editor in Chief, disdainfully commented that "Part of the problem is that for the average person, the average voter, the idea that you need a drivers license to vote doesn't seem all that outrageous...You and I might know that there is little to no actual voter fraud..., but to the average person to be careful about voter fraud doesn't strike them as a stretch."
Faiz Shakir, Vice President of the far left Center for American Progress injected vitriol into the subject. Shakir smugly fumed that there is "a callousness on the right of how we approach the franchise of voting. If people aren't allowed to vote on voting day, that's OK with them (Conservatives). Certain populations, students that can't vote, elderly that can't vote, that's alright." Shakir continued that what is needed is to "find a way for them to have voted...the vote is counted and then we ensure that the person who cast that vote was a proper person."
Yeah, right count them all then check if they are valid. I wonder how that fits into the National Popular Vote scheme to use voter fraud to enshrine a Chicago style dictatorship. This is code language to push the message that conservatives must have this election stolen in an effort to demoralize and disenfranchise them out of the system as completely as possible. Glastris drove the point home by suggesting, " if Occupy Wall Street or some progressive groups want to actually have, um, a project, I'd love to see them go and get 8 million people who don't have a photo ids, photo ids by November."
Enter the Democratic party in Indiana. They could not get enough petition signatures to get Barack Obama or Hillary Clinton on the primary ballot. Undeterred they forged the names for the primary ballot and then won the Presidential vote with a mysterious surge at the end. I grew up in Indiana and visit the state often. People in Indiana loath Chicago politicians and there is absolutely no chance Barack Obama legitimately won in that state.
Fox News is now reporting on the Election fraud investigation in Indiana. Despite Jonathan Alters contention that voter fraud "does not exist," Dan Parker has stepped down as head of the Indiana Democratic Party in scandal denial.
Several voters told Fox News that they never signed nor gave their names that appeared on the Obama petitions.Mark my words, progressives will stop at nothing to enslave others. This fact will again be revealed in the 2008 presidential election fraud investigation in Indiana. The 2012 election is a clear choice between freedom and tyranny, a choice that the average person is not trusted to make by progressives.
"It's scary," Charity Rorie said, adding that her signature and name, and those of her husband, were faked.
"It's shocking ... it definitely is illegal.”
So far, the only resignation citing the scandal came two months ago from long time St. Joseph County Democratic Chairman Butch Morgan.
For more on Voter Fraud for the Complete Idiot, see this breakdown of the recent progressive strategy of denial.