Thursday, December 29, 2011

I am a Victim of Voter Identification Fraud!

After growing up in and completing six years of college in Indiana, I moved to San Diego, California. It was summer 1996 and I was proud to help offset the overwhelming leftist voting in California. I registered and voted for the Republican Presidential candidate Senator Bob Dole in November 1996.

I had been a life long Republican from a conservative state. In 1988, it was my honor to attend the Presidential Inauguration of George H.W. Bush with others from my hometown including the Vice President Dan Quayle. It was also my honor to challenge the liberal establishment in the political science department of Indiana University.

Despite my voting history a shocking phone call reaching my mother prior to the 2000 Presidential election. My mother was called to confirm that I had voted for Bill Clinton in November 1996 in the State of Indiana. Initially, we viewed the call as a prank, but now that call has been revealed as no joke.

I am currently investigating the extent by which I have been the victim of voter identification fraud. There is a good chance that my vote has been counted for every Democratic candidate in Indiana from 1996 to present day. My name may have helped put Barack Obama on the primary ballot in Indiana.  In the coming weeks, I will get to the bottom of this and my hope is to bring attention to the theft of the American political system.

MSNBC, the Department of Justice and progressives around the country are currently waging a publicity war against Voter Fraud reduction measures. This war is being waged despite repeated examples of voter fraud by ACORN, the Indiana Democratic Party and the Black Panther Party. My hope is to gather proof and present it as widely as possible.

In the last 10 years there have been voter fraud convictions in 46 states. In April, a Mississippi NAACP executive committee member was sentenced to 5 years in jail for voter fraud. Mississippi now has 62% approval of voter ids. Fifteen states currently require voter identification including Indiana. Hopefully we will see this number increase drastically in 2012.


Dean said...

Link forthcoming.

SarahB said...

I should be shocked, but, sadly am not.




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