Tuesday, September 23, 2008

Vote Fraud is No Joke

The Democrat Governor of Montana has been caught joking that he engaged in vote fraud to get Jon Tester elected to the U. S. Senate in 2006. The question is how much truth is there to his “joke.” Discussion may be found here.

To someone who has seen Democrats engage in vote fraud election after election, who questions the legitimacy of at least four Democrat U. S. Senators – Tester, Tim Johnson, Mary Landrieu, and Frank Lautenburg – and who sees one of Obama’s favorite “community organizing” groups, ACORN, already engaged in vote fraud, vote fraud is no joke. It is a crime against democracy.

The Justice Department should investigate the 2006 Montana Senate election . . . now. And if the governor’s joke proves to be more than a joke, people should go to prison – perhaps including him.

MORE: If any of my kind readers think I’m being unfair in focusing on Democrat vote fraud, I pray them to consider this gem from the Democratic Party Platform:

We oppose laws that require identification in order to vote or register to vote.

The Democrat Party – the party of vote fraud.

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