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Monday, April 9, 2012

Concern spreads about security of November election

  Project Veritas does it again with this astounding video. Oddly, YouTube records the video as having only 301 views but 10,028 likes and 14 dislikes.
  Why does the Democrat party oppose voter ID laws?
  John Fund has done extensive research on voter fraud in this country. He has a short article upon NRO Corner today:
One reason is that people know you can’t function in the modern world without showing ID — you can’t cash a check, travel by plane or even train, or rent a video without being asked for one. In fact, PJ Media recently proved that you can’t even enter the Justice Department in Washington without showing a photo ID. Average voters understand that it’s only common sense to require ID because of how easy it is for people to pretend they are someone else
  What's a hoot about this video is that Eric Holder would have had someone vote for him...easily.
  As we pointed out this morning to our alarm, digital voting will be recorded by a foreign company in Spain in November. As Shenandoah reported, the company SCYTL is owned by George Soros, criminal who destroys countries' economies and funds liberal and Democrat causes.
  Concern is spreading across the web about the security of the November election.
  From USAMericanFreedom:
As reported by in 2008, the bad news about all of this is it centralizes one middleman access point for over 525 jurisdictions in AL, AZ, CA, CO, DC, FL, KY, MI, KS, IL, IN, NC, NM, MN, NY, SC, TX, UT, WA. And growing.
  And why wouldn't Americans want to join countries like this in their "secure" voting? over "20 different countries across 5 continents, including France, Spain, Canada, Norway, Switzerland, South Africa, United Arab Emirates, Mexico, India and Australia."
  The dude in charge worked in Chicago for a number of years.
  The problem with all this is trust. When the people no longer trust the leaders, the system or the procedures, we have a problem.  Anyway here's Project Veritas's video.

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