Did Mitt Romney commit voter fraud?

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Even though fewer people commit voter fraud than are struck by lightning – there are allegation that the Republican nominee for President – Mitt Romney – may have committed voter fraud. This is an issue first raised by Republican rival Fred Karger, picked up by MSNBC, and is now being reported on by the Conservative Daily Caller.

Back in 2010 – Romney voted in the Massachusetts Senate race for Scott Brown claiming that he was a resident of the state living in his son’s basement. However – everyone close to the Romney’s say that Mitt and his wife were living in California at the time – not in a Massachusetts basement.

If that’s true – then Romney violated Massachusetts law – and could face a $10,000 fine and up to five years in prison…where he won’t be able to hurt any more dogs.

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Nothing will ever come of this, but nonetheless; it must not disappear into the all too often used 'folder of forgotten laws' broken by "entitled" public figures who are held to a different standard than the rest of us.

Had this been me, a common citizen, I would have been publicly crucified by the republican hit squad that has been searching in vain for years for a truly fraudulent voter.

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And OMG had it been a Democrat!

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