Wednesday, October 24, 2012

Eat Some Pizza, Cast Your Vote for Barry

There are those of us who realize that much of the push for early voting has absolutely nothing to do with convenience and everything in the world to do with giving Democrats as many opportunities as possible to commit voter fraud. Those of us in states where early voting is already occuring know what I'm talking about. In Iowa, early voting is up 500% from what it was in 2008, 90% of it was Democrat in the first days and TV cameras showed a near carnival atmosphere for Democrats right at the allowable limit for campaigning at the polls -- balloons, banners, stickers, food and partying. It seems it's no different in the early days of Colorado voting. In this case, they are plying college students with pizza and Repbulicans are rightly pissed:

FORT COLLINS, Colo. (CBS4) – Early voting only got under way on Monday and already a complaint has been filed.

Colorado Republicans say Democrats wrongly offered Colorado State University students free pizza and T-shirts in exchange for voting.

Colorado state law says campaigners have to be 100 feet from a polling place, but there is some grey area, particularly when a polling place is inside a large public building like CSU’s Lory Student Center.

The Colorado Republican Committee sent a letter to the Larimer County clerk alleging wrongdoing by campaigners for the Democratic Party during the first day of early voting on the CSU campus.

Voter fraud is the only way Democrats can win. They have to lie and misrepresent their bankrupt socialist agenda to even keep the polling tally close in the first place. But they realize that without rampant voter fraud there is no way they can finish first. That's why the push for early voting, the staunch opposition to voter ID laws and the proliferation of such corruptable practices as mail-in ballots in liberal states. Whenever you have more "voters" going to remote locations and the logistics of getting the ballots safely and securely to the auditor's office, you increase the chances of fraud. Whenever you allow people to register at the polls and confirm their eligibility later, you make it easier for people who are not eligible to vote to cast ballots. This has nothing to do with enabling eligible Americans to exercise their franchise rights. It has everything to do with making it easier for a party full of socialists with a hard left agenda to win elections. It's been going on for years and is only getting worse. If Mitt Romney is to win this election, he will have to win by a much larger margin that he would ordinarily just to make up for the 3-5% or more in Democrat voter fraud that will occur.

Unfortunately, this is just a fact of life in American politics these days. Perhaps, if we can get solid majorities in the House and Senate and the White House, we may be able to make inroads in cleaning up this voter fraud mess. But right now we're stuck with a voting system more worthy of a banana republic than a great representative republic.

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