vote for americaIs voter fraud a myth? That is what some would have us believe, but such a belief makes no sense. Is it a secret that our government controls trillions of dollars in spending and revenue collections? Don’t our elected officials authorize innumerable costly laws and regulations that affect the success or failure of large enterprises? Do the rich donate large sums to candidates and political parties for naught? Don’t we know that some candidates lie about themselves and smear their opponents? Are all of us too honest to cheat? No? Then why would anyone be so silly as to believe that no one would try to steal an election?

Let’s consider some recent articles.

  • On October 24th The Monkey Cage blog (www.washingtonpost.com/blogs/monkey-cage) at the Washington Post, posted this: Could non-citizens decide the November election? The writers of that post, using data from a Harvard study ( Cooperative Congressional Election Study(CCES)), concluded that in close elections the votes of non-citizens could decide the outcome.
  • In N.C. State Board Finds More than 35K Incidents of ‘Double Voting’ in 2012 (www.nationalreview.com/corner), we have proof of  double voting from the North Carolina’s Board of Elections.

    North Carolina’s Board of Elections found that tens of thousands of registered voters from the state have personal information matching that of registered voters in other states, and appear to have voted in states other than North Carolina in 2012. In some cases, votes were cast under names of individuals who had passed away before Election Day.

  • In Here Comes the 2014 Voter Fraud (online.wsj.com), the writer argues that there will be voter fraud, and he cites examples from past elections to make his point. Because we depend too much upon an honor system, we just don’t know the extent of the fraud.
  • In The Voter-ID Myth Crashes (www.nationalreview.com), Mona Charen explains why we don’t know what we don’t know.

    It’s extremely difficult to track vote fraud. Most states put only half-hearted efforts into purging their voter-registration rolls of the dead or those who’ve moved out of state. Prosecutions for vote fraud are rare. But prosecutions for perjury are rare, too — and not because it “doesn’t exist.” Earlier this year, the Virginia Voters Alliance found that more than 44,000 people were simultaneously registered to vote in Maryland and Virginia. Catherine Englebrecht’s True the Vote found some 6.9 million overlapping voter registrations in the 28 states they examined. For those unburdened by conscience who live close to the border, it’s more than possible to vote early and often.

  • We even have reports we cannot trust the voting machines, Md. Board of Elections Probe Republican-To-Democratic Ballot Switch Claims. Because we have gone from mechanical to electronic systems, in addition to making certain the people who count our votes are trustworthy, we must also be wary of how the machines they use to count our votes are programmed.
  • If all that were not enough, our leaders want to get rid in-person voting, and they are doing it in Colorado, Michelle Malkin Blasts Colorado Law as ‘Voter Fraud Frankenstein’. The convenience is great, but if can print our own ballots and give them to “vote harvesters” to put in the mail “for us,” how do we guaranteed the integrity of a system that works like that?

Who is dumb enough to operate a bank and assume no one is interested in stealing money? Would those be the same people who claim voter fraud doesn’t exist? Are you one of those people? Then stay at home. However, if you are not so foolish, just lazy, then please consider voting. We still have a chance to win elections and save our republic, but we have to make certain our vote is counted. We cannot stay at home and wait for somebody to do it for us. In close elections, if we don’t show up, we will lose. We might even lose to voter fraud.

Showing up is half of the battle.  Please be there! While we still have the right, please VOTE!

For information on the candidates, check 2014 ELECTIONS.

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  1. Victoria DeLacy says:

    Have you ever listened to the WMAL radio broadcast clip at you tube about the brazenly stolen electoral fraud found to have taken place right here in Woodbridge, Virginia during the election of 2012 when Obama was fraudulently re-elected to the presidency? When I brought that to the attention of some fellow Republicans, the response was that a panel discussion had been held about it and a determination made that nothing had really happened wrong, so let’s move on to things that we CAN do something about. With an attitude like that, is it any wonder that we have been getting our tail feathers kicked politically ever since? Go to you tube and listen to that audio (I heard it live that election day, too) an then you tell me whether or not there was voter fraud that year as poll workers felt powerless to stop the people brought in by the busload to vote multiple times over and over again, basically rendering the whole election year invalid. During that broadcast when it aired live someone called in from the west coast to say that the same thing was happening out there. You don’t have to be a rocket scientist to figure out what happened there. That is the very year when Obama was allowed to call in THE UN to “oversee”/rig: the election so it is glaringly obvious what happened there! If we continue to do nothing to resolve this and restore electoral integity to the system, we have de facto become the biggest banana republic on the planet already – may God save America from the dictator at the helm today! Victoria DeLacy “But they that wait upon the Lord shall renew their strength; they shall mount up with wings as eagles; they shall run, and not grow weary; and they shall walk, and not faint.” Isaiah 40:31, KJV

  2. Citizen Tom says:

    Reblogged this on Citizen Tom and commented:
    In the comment trail on http://citizentom.com/2014/10/19/erring-on-the-side-of-caution/, we somehow wandered off onto the subject of voter fraud. Since we have an election coming up soon, the subject is certainly appropriate. Therefore, I thought this would be a good post to reblog.

  3. Tom Salmon says:

    Victoria DeLacy – Since we are nonpartisan, we don’t advocate for or against any particular candidates. What I will say is that Virginia does have voter ID laws. So who we vote for can make a difference.

  4. Paul H. Lemmen says:

    Reblogged this on A Conservative Christian Man.

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