DianeReynolds quote "When searching for new voters please don't neglect looking into your local cemeteries. Lot's of good potential just lying around."

She's back 'nightmare on Thom street' just in time for HALLOWEEN, parroting Koch Brother's 'ALEC' talking points, because this bird brain hasn't got the sense she was born with. 31 illegal votes out of ONE BILLION cast, yup that's voter fraud out of control, lol.

Of course any enlightened voter will know that this is just a smoke screen from the right wing to mask the real voter cheating by these right wingers, cutting eight million democratic voters from the voter registration rolls coast to coast. I'm still waiting for the Department of Justice to step in and arrest these buggers trying to steal yet another election or is that asking to much from corrupt America.

https://www.washingtonpost.com/news/wonk/wp/2014/08/06/a-comprehensive-i...

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leontrollski 1 year 24 weeks ago
#1

" I'm still waiting for the Department of Justice to step in and arrest these buggers trying to steal yet another election or is that asking to much from corrupt America." I hope you are not holding your breath while you wait. It would be a shame to lose your incisive commentary.

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Dianereynolds 1 year 24 weeks ago
#2
Quote zapdam.:

DianeReynolds quote "When searching for new voters please don't neglect looking into your local cemeteries. Lot's of good potential just lying around."

She's back 'nightmare on Thom street' just in time for HALLOWEEN, parroting Koch Brother's 'ALEC' talking points, because this bird brain hasn't got the sense she was born with. 31 illegal votes out of ONE BILLION cast, yup that's voter fraud out of control, lol.

Of course any enlightened voter will know that this is just a smoke screen from the right wing to mask the real voter cheating by these right wingers, cutting eight million democratic voters from the voter registration rolls coast to coast. I'm still waiting for the Department of Justice to step in and arrest these buggers trying to steal yet another election or is that asking to much from corrupt America.

https://www.washingtonpost.com/news/wonk/wp/2014/08/06/a-comprehensive-i...

1. Thanks for the bump.

2. I won't resort to calling you names because you are Canadian and probably wouldn't understand them anyway.

3. Odd that you claim there were only 31 cases of voter fraud but in Chicago alone, 229 people dead people voted. Do you think that those 31 individuals voted 7.3870967 times?

4. Reminding you that 320 votes put Al Franken, the obamacare vote buster into office when "uncounted" ballots were found in the trunk of a car.

Your friend,

Diane

Quote zapdam.:

DianeReynolds you're one of those 'stupidest fucking electorate on the face of the planet' I keep talking about. The world, civilized Americans and myself are sick of moronic people like you, you're not worth the breath to try and sway you, so Piss off.

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DdC 1 year 24 weeks ago
#3

People dying after voting are the only dead people voting. The fraud and cowardice is from GOPers intimidation and rhetoric or lies about fraud when disenfranchising is their only means to win. Millions have been removed for similar sounding names. Prisoners not getting reestablished in the registrar and flat out threats are common. The solution would be to try and find a GOPer with credentials to run and maybe some of the Neocon lapdogs wouldn't need such tactics to win. But then the GOP debates proved there are none and Trump is good at cheating taxes and not paying workers so he seems to fit right in there. When they aren't peeping into bedroom windows scratching up private emails. Well I reckon they're GOPerverts for a reason.

Stealing America: Vote By Vote
http://endingcannabisprohibition.yuku.com/topic/1606
Unveils patterns of anomalies at every level of the electoral process. Controversial partnerships perpetuate a secretive environment, as relevant facts and figures remain hidden from view. As a result, most Americans have no real sense of the threat to free and fair elections. As seemingly unrelated pieces of the puzzle come together, a chilling picture emerges of widespread, artfully crafted "glitches" that, in the final tallies, have the capacity to alter election results.

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zapdam. 1 year 24 weeks ago
#4

leontrollski

i post these blogs to get great feed back from people like you, to know i'm not alone in my beliefs, to get a different view point and to discover things i really know nothing about.

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zapdam. 1 year 24 weeks ago
#5

DianeReynolds if only you would chose to use your considerable intellect to help advance humanity, instead of being lost in the fog of misinformation you continually refer too, all obtained from sources that are continually selfishly manipulationg your mind .

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zapdam. 1 year 24 weeks ago
#6

Ddc

This 2016's October surprise crafted by the right wing, is no different from Reagans October surprise in which he committed treason against his own country to win the 1980 election , by secretly colluding with Americas sworn enemy Iran and the Ayatollah Khomeini to hold 52 US prisoners till after the US election to make President Carter look ineffective and weak.

Quote from Bani-Sadr first President of the Republic of Iran , 1979. "Ayatollah Khomeini and Ronald Reagan had organized a clandestine negotiation, later known as the “October Surprise,” which prevented the attempts by myself and then-US President Jimmy Carter to free the hostages before the 1980 US presidential election took place. The fact that they were not released tipped the results of the election in favor of Reagan."

"Two of my advisors, Hussein Navab Safavi and Sadr-al-Hefazi, were executed by Khomeini’s regime because they had become aware of this secret relationship between Khomeini, his son Ahmad, the Islamic Republican Party, and the Reagan administration."

http://www.csmonitor.com/Commentary/Global-Viewpoint/2013/0305/Argo-help...

Legend 1 year 24 weeks ago
#7

Voter fraud is individuals voting illegally. Election fraud is massive changes to the vote.

What stops you from robbing a bank? It is illegal and you could go to jail. What stops you from voter fraud? It is illegal and you could go to jail.

Election fraud is a potential problem. Why are Democrats for hard paper ballots and Republicans are for old Diebold computer voting? Why has almost every case of voter fraud favored Republicans?

https://www.google.com/#q=voter+fraud+republican+vs+democrat

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Dianereynolds 1 year 24 weeks ago
#8
Quote Legend:

Voter fraud is individuals voting illegally. Election fraud is massive changes to the vote.

What stops you from robbing a bank? It is illegal and you could go to jail. What stops you from voter fraud? It is illegal and you could go to jail.

Election fraud is a potential problem. Why are Democrats for hard paper ballots and Republicans are for old Diebold computer voting? Why has almost every case of voter fraud favored Republicans?

https://www.google.com/#q=voter+fraud+republican+vs+democrat

What stops people from shooting other people? It's illegal and you could go to jail. Great, now we have found a way to stop people from killing other people with guns. See how it easy it is? Just create a law. Why didn't we think of this simple solution eariler?

Legend 1 year 24 weeks ago
#9

Why would you go to jail for a vote? 219000000 Americans are eligible to vote. So casting a ballot for a dead person is 1/219000000 of influence on an election. The Republicans have it figured out. Disenfranchise millions of voters and tamper with the results. It is called election fraud, not voter fraud and the Republicans have a history of it.

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Dianereynolds 1 year 24 weeks ago
#10

And you don't understand that a tiny number of votes can influence local and state elections. Again, I refer you to Al Franken vs. Norm Coleman.

Stop with the bullshit. Any messing with the voteing process is wrong. Just like in Mexico, Photo ID, machines with a paper backup is the only way to go.

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zapdam. 1 year 24 weeks ago
#11

" The right wing and GOP have whipped up hysteria around voter fraud, which is virtually non-existent, in order to justify roadblocks to voting for millions of Americans. I’ll let Paul Weyrich explain why. Weyrich is widely regarded as the “founding father of the conservative movement.” He founded ALEC and co-founded the Heritage Foundation, Moral Majority, Council for National Policy, and Free Congress Foundation, among others. Speaking more than 30 years ago at a right-wing conference in Dallas, Weyrich set out the case for voter suppression. The right-wing and GOP are still acting on it to this day."

"I don’t want everybody to vote ( said Weyrich). Elections are not won by a majority of people. They never have been from the beginning of our country, and they are not now. As a matter of fact our leverage in the elections quite candidly goes up as the voting populace goes down." ........ https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8GBAsFwPglw ........ http://www.rightwingwatch.org/post/i-dont-want-everybody-to-vote-the-roots-of-gop-voter-suppression/

Legend 1 year 24 weeks ago
#12
Quote Dianereynolds:

And you don't understand that a tiny number of votes can influence local and state elections. Again, I refer you to Al Franken vs. Norm Coleman.

Stop with the bullshit. Any messing with the voteing process is wrong. Just like in Mexico, Photo ID, machines with a paper backup is the only way to go.

Preliminary reports on election night, November 4, had Coleman ahead by over 700 votes, but the official results certified on November 18, 2008, had Coleman leading by only 215 votes. As the two candidates were separated by less than 0.5 percent, the Secretary of State of Minnesota Mark Ritchie, authorized an automatic recount stipulated in Minnesota election law. In the recount, ballots and certifying materials were examined by hand, and candidates could file challenges to the legality of ballots or materials for inclusion or exclusion with regard to the recount. On January 5, 2009, the Minnesota State Canvassing Board certified the recounted vote totals, with Franken ahead by 225 votes.[60]

On January 6, 2009, Coleman's campaign filed an election contest, which led to a trial before a three-judge panel.[61] The trial ended on April 7, when the panel ruled that 351 of 387 disputed absentee ballots were incorrectly rejected and ordered them counted. Counting those ballots raised Franken's lead to 312 votes. Coleman appealed to the Minnesota Supreme Court on April 20.[2][62][63] On April 24, the Minnesota Supreme Court agreed to hear the case.[64][65] and oral arguments were conducted on June 1.[64][66]

On June 30, 2009, the Minnesota Supreme Court unanimously rejected Coleman's appeal and said that Franken was entitled to be certified as the winner. Shortly after the court's decision, Coleman conceded.[67] Governor Tim Pawlenty signed Franken’s election certificate that same evening.[68]

Photo ID if it is cheap and easy to get. But Republicans, like Scott Walker, shuts down the drivers license offices in Democratic communities. Read up on Poll Taxes and why Amendment 24 was written into the Constitution. I personally am in favor of a national ID. I have had one since I was very young. It is called a Passport. It should be free though.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Poll_tax_(United_States)

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zapdam. 1 year 24 weeks ago
#13
Quote Legend:

Why would you go to jail for a vote? 219000000 Americans are eligible to vote. So casting a ballot for a dead person is 1/219000000 of influence on an election. The Republicans have it figured out. Disenfranchise millions of voters and tamper with the results. It is called election fraud, not voter fraud and the Republicans have a history of it.

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zapdam. 1 year 24 weeks ago
#14

Legend

As usual you summed it up quite nicely.

" Why would you go to jail for a vote? 219000000 Americans are eligible to vote. So casting a ballot for a dead person is 1/219000000 of influence on an election. The Republicans have it figured out. Disenfranchise millions of voters and tamper with the results. It is called election fraud, not voter fraud and the Republicans have a history of it."

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Dianereynolds 1 year 24 weeks ago
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Quote Legend:
Quote Dianereynolds:

And you don't understand that a tiny number of votes can influence local and state elections. Again, I refer you to Al Franken vs. Norm Coleman.

Stop with the bullshit. Any messing with the voting process is wrong. Just like in Mexico, Photo ID, machines with a paper backup is the only way to go.

Preliminary reports on election night, November 4, had Coleman ahead by over 700 votes, but the official results certified on November 18, 2008, had Coleman leading by only 215 votes. As the two candidates were separated by less than 0.5 percent, the Secretary of State of Minnesota Mark Ritchie, authorized an automatic recount stipulated in Minnesota election law. In the recount, ballots and certifying materials were examined by hand, and candidates could file challenges to the legality of ballots or materials for inclusion or exclusion with regard to the recount. On January 5, 2009, the Minnesota State Canvassing Board certified the recounted vote totals, with Franken ahead by 225 votes.[60]

On January 6, 2009, Coleman's campaign filed an election contest, which led to a trial before a three-judge panel.[61] The trial ended on April 7, when the panel ruled that 351 of 387 disputed absentee ballots were incorrectly rejected and ordered them counted. Counting those ballots raised Franken's lead to 312 votes. Coleman appealed to the Minnesota Supreme Court on April 20.[2][62][63] On April 24, the Minnesota Supreme Court agreed to hear the case.[64][65] and oral arguments were conducted on June 1.[64][66]

On June 30, 2009, the Minnesota Supreme Court unanimously rejected Coleman's appeal and said that Franken was entitled to be certified as the winner. Shortly after the court's decision, Coleman conceded.[67] Governor Tim Pawlenty signed Franken’s election certificate that same evening.[68]

Photo ID if it is cheap and easy to get. But Republicans, like Scott Walker, shuts down the drivers license offices in Democratic communities. Read up on Poll Taxes and why Amendment 24 was written into the Constitution. I personally am in favor of a national ID. I have had one since I was very young. It is called a Passport. It should be free though.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Poll_tax_(United_States)

Out of 2,910,369 votes Franken wins by 312. You do the math as to what percentage of votes it would take to change an outcome and the eventual magnitude of such an act.

http://www.dcclothesline.com/2013/09/18/how-i-stole-an-election-by-al-fr...

Legend 1 year 24 weeks ago
#16

Sorry Dianne, It was fully vetted through 3 different courts over 6 month period. You should be asking yourself why the first vote had Coleman in the lead. Yes it was a close election but was not won by voter fraud. Well documented.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=REn1BnJE3do

plus many other sources.

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DdC 1 year 24 weeks ago
#17

The modern conservative is engaged in one of man's oldest exercises in moral philosophy; that is, the search for a superior moral justification for selfishness.
-John Kenneth Galbraith

"Major voter suppression operations under way"

SENIOR GOP CAMPAIGN OFFICIAL:
"We have three major voter suppression operations under way."

Republicans know the ONLY way to stop a Democratic sweep is to block Democrats from voting through intimidation and other dirty tactics!

With only SEVEN days left, we HAVE to ramp up our grassroots teams NOW to make sure EVERY voter gets to cast his or her ballot in must-win battlegrounds.

Trump official says campaign has
'3 major voter suppression operations underway'
to discourage Clinton supporters

The Town Hall Mobs
It now seems clear that 'tea party' movement types, organized by highly-funded corporate backed outfits like "Freedom Works" are putting together a plan to disrupt and shut down as many town hall events as possible. That's entirely different from making sure you've got a lot of activists at events with t-shirts or protesting with pickets outside the venue or making sure one of your activists gets to ask a question. This amounts to a sort of civic vigilanteism.

The Wrecking Crew, on How Conservatives Rule
“Fantastic misgovernment of the kind we have seen is not an accident, nor is it the work of a few bad individuals. It is the consequence of triumph by a particular philosophy of government, by a movement that understands the liberal state as a perversion and considers the market the ideal nexus of human society. This movement is friendly to industry not just by force of campaign contributions but by conviction.”

Brooks Brothers riot
Hundreds of paid GOP operatives descended upon South Florida to protest the state's recounts, with at least half a dozen of the demonstrators at Miami-Dade paid by George W. Bush's recount committee. Several of these protesters were identified as Republican staffers and a number later went on to jobs in the Bush administration.

The Best Democracy Money Can Buy

Billionaires Influencing Politics w/ Greg Palast
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VxkaGcY8lkI

"There is a duty in refusing to cooperate in any undertaking that violates the Constitutional rights of the individual. This holds in particular for all inquisitions that are concerned with the private life and the political affiliations of the citizens."
-- Albert Einstein

Using the drug war to keep blacks from voting
The unbalanced drug war has created the largest increase in black ex-felons, and states like Florida sure seem to have been trying hard to use voter laws and the drug war as a way of silencing the black vote.

In Michelle Alexander's The New Jim Crow: Mass Incarceration in the Age of Colorblindness, she writes, "More African American adults are under correctional control today ... than were enslaved in 1850, a decade before the Civil War began."

Protect Every Citizen's Right to Vote
The attacks are not just limited to voter ID. Some states are engaging in other voter suppression tactics like restricting voter registration drives and reducing the amount of time for early voting. All these laws disfranchise eligible voters — especially racial and ethnic minorities, the elderly, low-income individuals, students, and voters with disabilities. http://action.aclu.org/

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ken carman 1 year 24 weeks ago
#18
Quote zapdam.:

DianeReynolds quote "When searching for new voters please don't neglect looking into your local cemeteries. Lot's of good potential just lying around."

She's back 'nightmare on Thom street' just in time for HALLOWEEN, parroting Koch Brother's 'ALEC' talking points, because this bird brain hasn't got the sense she was born with. 31 illegal votes out of ONE BILLION cast, yup that's voter fraud out of control, lol.

Of course any enlightened voter will know that this is just a smoke screen from the right wing to mask the real voter cheating by these right wingers, cutting eight million democratic voters from the voter registration rolls coast to coast. I'm still waiting for the Department of Justice to step in and arrest these buggers trying to steal yet another election or is that asking to much from corrupt America.

https://www.washingtonpost.com/news/wonk/wp/2014/08/06/a-comprehensive-i...

What "voter fraud?" Oh, that's right, the way the Reich distracts from caging, bogus felon lists, watchers who harass voters they think won't vote the politcally correct/rightward way and the ID conjob, like when an NRA id is grand, student ids not and those in certainly poilticallt incorrect neighborhoods have to drive many miles, or placebo vote (provisional).

The right is tired of being members of even a marginally representative form of government. They want the illusion while they have a dictatorship.

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zapdam. 1 year 24 weeks ago
#19

republicans have a history of right wing dirty tricks http://gopdirtytricks.blogspot.ca/

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zapdam. 1 year 24 weeks ago
#20

republicans , always on the wrong side of history http://republicandirtytricks.com/conservatives-always-on-the-wrong-side-...

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