Tuesday, May 22, 2012

The big lie

Republicans who have been the beneficiary of the three Presidential elections in American history (remember Pres. Tilden, the three terms of Grover Cleveland and of course America's greatest President Al Gore) where the winner of the popular vote was the eventual loser naturally proclaim voter fraud to be a problem -- through fantasy. Which brings us to Scott Walker, Kock Prostitute:
"I’ve always thought in this state, close elections, presidential elections, it means you probably have to win with at least 53 percent of the vote to account for fraud. One or two points, potentially." That’s enough to change the outcome of the election. “Absolutely. I mean there’s no question why they went to court and fought [to undo] voter ID.”
That's a LOT of alleged fraud in a state with three-million voters, tens of thousands. Which makes you wonder, as Dave Weigel does, why...
The voter fraud issue was investigated in Wisconsin fairly recently, in the form of an Election Fraud Task Force and a deep dive into 2008's vote results. The yearlong investigation charged 20 people

1 comment:

pansypoo said...

nevermind most fraud is found on the publikkklan side.