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Thread: Colorado: more voters than people? Hmmm

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    Quote Originally Posted by Yosh Shmenge View Post
    But you don't know who voted, do you. Or how many times a single individual may have voted, do you. That's what happens when you have more people registered to vote than actually exist in a specific voting block.
    So, not suprisingly, you are absolutely wrong if you happen to believe that only the people that are supposed to vote should vote.
    But since you are a leftist and try to pretend voter fraud is exceedinly rare to begin with you probably don't believe that premise anyway. It makes it harder to cheat.
    I guess I'll have to post this in the fifty threads y'all start on the silliness.

    http://www.politicalforum.com/275833...post1061943211

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    Yes. I've seen that and acknowledged it long ago.

    Unfortunately for you the county of St. Lucie, Florida does not represent the totality
    of voter fraud in this vast nation. Try again.
    Who do you call for when the government itself is the enemy of America?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Yosh Shmenge View Post
    Yes. I've seen that and acknowledged it long ago.

    Unfortunately for you the county of St. Lucie, Florida does not represent the totality
    of voter fraud in this vast nation. Try again.
    The Alinski-ized Free Corn Pigs have no concern about any illegal election activities, as long as they win.
    "When the Electorate realizes they can vote themselves money from the Treasury, it will herald the end of the Republic." - Benjamin Franklin (most likely)



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    Quote Originally Posted by Grokmaster View Post
    The Alinski-ized Free Corn Pigs have no concern about any illegal election activities, as long as they win.
    Then the House should begin looking into these voting irregularities that, seemingly, amount to outright fraud.
    Who do you call for when the government itself is the enemy of America?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Terrapinstation View Post
    Nope, nothing to see here. Move along. Odd how these reports are popping up in every swing state.

    http://www.redstate.com/2012/09/04/c...s-than-people/
    I see a 2010 population estimate being compared with 2012 voter registrations. Not that it wouldn't be a good idea to check it out, but I'm guessing the population estimate was simply not accurate for the 2012 election.

    Did they all vote for Bronco Bama?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Yosh Shmenge View Post
    Yes. I've seen that and acknowledged it long ago.

    Unfortunately for you the county of St. Lucie, Florida does not represent the totality
    of voter fraud in this vast nation. Try again.
    True, but every county cited uses that antiquated system. Try again.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Not The Guardian View Post
    True, but every county cited uses that antiquated system. Try again.
    Which counties are "every" county cited? Cited where, and by whom? And which system is "that antiquated system"?
    Try again, please.
    Who do you call for when the government itself is the enemy of America?

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