The Fix is In… Again

In swing-state Colorado, the Republican Secretary of State conducted the biggest purge of voters in history, dumping a fifth of all registrations. Guess their color. In swing-state Florida, the state is refusing to accept about 85,000 new registrations from voter drives – overwhelming Black voters.
 
In swing state New Mexico, HALF of the Democrats of Mora, a dirt poor and overwhelmingly Hispanic county, found their registrations disappeared this year, courtesy of a Republican voting contractor.
 
In swing states Ohio and Nevada, new federal law is knocking out tens of thousands of voters who lost their homes to foreclosure.
 
My investigations partner spoke directly to Barack Obama about it. (When your partner is Robert F. Kennedy Jr., candidates take your phone call.) The cool, cool Senator Obama told Kennedy he was "concerned" about the integrity of the vote in the Southwest in particular.
 
He's concerned. I'm sweating.

HT, GP

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4 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. Lightfoot Letters
    Jul 28, 2008 @ 17:56:00

    Question: Where are all the lawyers feeding at the trough of public funds if what you say has merit. This is a lawyers dream…career makers..ACLU dream…or just another dream without merit?

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  2. Timmy!
    Jul 28, 2008 @ 18:18:00

    I'm not aware of any lawyers outside of government employ who are feeding on any public funds. As for what I say having merit, I invite you to follow this link, where the above is thoroughly documented. As for the attorneys that ARE on government employ, the ones who ostensibly work for you and me, the ones who swear an oath to protect and defend the United States Constitution, those are the United States Attorneys who work in the Justice Department. You may have heard of the politicization of the Justice Department, which is in the news today. Here's a handy timeline of how Bush has thoroughly destroyed this governmental body. January 20th simply cannot come fast enough.

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  3. Lightfoot Letters
    Jul 31, 2008 @ 16:43:00

    Black votes not counted in Florida. That would be 85,000 new law cases. Like I said a lawyers dream. The lawyers would be going to Florida by the truck loads; semi trucks at that(plus the aclu). The same with the New Mexico. If this is not happening there is something faulty with your information source. It is just the natural state of our legal system.

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  4. Timmy!
    Jul 31, 2008 @ 16:59:00

    f this is not happening there is something faulty with your information sourceI kindly suggest that when you impugn someone's source of information, a source which is documented and properly linked, that you have some sort of contrary information other than your view of how the world should work, which, in this case, seems to be based entirely on stereotypes of lawyers. In other words, get your own data and prove me wrong.

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