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Todd Andrews

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In Topic: Will the Republicans take the Senate in November?

Yesterday, 09:17 AM

 

Cool, if the GOP wins maybe they can implement mandatory federal vajayjay probes.

Worried about your vajayjay?

 

 

Just my wife and daughters.


In Topic: Blatant Abuse of Power by Federal Law Enforcement

Yesterday, 09:15 AM

 

 

I like it....Get rid of the drug dealers.

 

Yeah, #### personal rights, am I right?

 

in my book if you are a criminal you have no rights.

 

 

Brilliant simplicity!

 

Lucky the British government forgot to label the Founding Fathers criminals, amirite??!


In Topic: How much Voter Fraud is Happening

Yesterday, 09:04 AM

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

That Crosscheck list has 7 million people on it. Does anyone seriously believe that many people are committing voter fraud?

 
I am not sure what that number represents.  It might be the number of people it thinks are on voter rolls in multiple states.  It is probably high.  I doubt they are not saying there are 7 million people committing voter fraud. 
 
 
Maybe if you read the article before you commented on it.....
 
At the heart of this voter-roll scrub is the Interstate Crosscheck program, which has generated a master list of nearly 7 million names. Officials say that these names represent legions of fraudsters who are not only registered but have actually voted in two or more states in the same election a felony punishable by 2 to 10 years in prison.....
 
If even a fraction of those names are blocked from voting or purged from voter rolls, it could alter the outcome of next weeks electoral battle for control of the U.S. Senate and perhaps prove decisive in the 2016 presidential vote count....
 
Based on the Crosscheck lists, officials have begun the process of removing names from the rolls beginning with 41,637 in Virginia alone. Yet the criteria used for matching these double voters are disturbingly inadequate. There are 6,951,484 names on the target list of the 28 states in the Crosscheck group; each of them represents a suspected double voter whose registration has now become subject to challenge and removal.
 
 
I realize what the article claims.  Whereas some of the points are valid and need investigated, I am skeptical of some of the claims.  I am fairly confident the article is wrong on that point.  Those 7 million represent voters it believes need to be removed from voter rolls, not people who actually committed fraud.  Don't trust every word you read in the media.   
if they didn't commit fraud, why do they need to be removed?
 
 
Because a person should only be registered to vote in one location.  If someone no longer lives there or has established residency in other state, they need to be purged.  Having a bunch of names of dead people, people who moved, felons, illigals aliens or whatever on the voter rolls makes voter fraud easy.    
but surely you acknowledge that many innocent people will be turned away from the voting booth if this is carried out?

 

 

I hear this claim.  I have heard a few outspoken people say this happened, but I have not heard many.  I would think if this was widespread, it would be easily documented by Democrats and proven there are 'many'.  That would make a very good basis for a lawsuit.  If someone turned me away and I had every right to vote, my representative would be made aware of it. 

 

 

Just because you are uninformed does not mean things dont happen. Like I have said repeatedly, if you dont know what you are talking about probably better to not comment or get up to speed. This is an older report.

 

Florida is a beautiful example of how wonderful these purges are....

 

More recently....

 

 

The first two links were about Florida 2000 and the last link was about an unsuccessful effort in Florida to purge the voter rolls.  What Florida 2000 cames down to was there were 'at least 108 legitimate voters were not purged from the list until after the election' and that was offered with no citation ("citation needed').  So I am not sure what that is based on.  Only one specific example was mentioned of a guy who tried to vote who was turned away.  So in the three links you provided, there was only one specific example of an eligible voter turned away. 

 

 

Why do you refuse to read stuff before commenting on it? The first list was a summary of voter purges in the US from 1997 to 2008 or so. For example, it noted that 13 million voters were purged from the rolls in 39 states and DC between 2004 and 2006. What does that have to do with Florida in 2000?

 

There are numerous examples in numerous states of legit voters taken off the voter rolls.

 

Again, your ignorance of things doesnt mean that those things dont exist. What a strange way to exist.


In Topic: Will the Republicans take the Senate in November?

Yesterday, 08:32 AM

Cool, if the GOP wins maybe they can implement mandatory federal vajayjay probes.


In Topic: How much Voter Fraud is Happening

Yesterday, 08:25 AM

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

That Crosscheck list has 7 million people on it. Does anyone seriously believe that many people are committing voter fraud?

 
I am not sure what that number represents.  It might be the number of people it thinks are on voter rolls in multiple states.  It is probably high.  I doubt they are not saying there are 7 million people committing voter fraud. 
 
 
Maybe if you read the article before you commented on it.....
 
At the heart of this voter-roll scrub is the Interstate Crosscheck program, which has generated a master list of nearly 7 million names. Officials say that these names represent legions of fraudsters who are not only registered but have actually voted in two or more states in the same election a felony punishable by 2 to 10 years in prison.....
 
If even a fraction of those names are blocked from voting or purged from voter rolls, it could alter the outcome of next weeks electoral battle for control of the U.S. Senate and perhaps prove decisive in the 2016 presidential vote count....
 
Based on the Crosscheck lists, officials have begun the process of removing names from the rolls beginning with 41,637 in Virginia alone. Yet the criteria used for matching these double voters are disturbingly inadequate. There are 6,951,484 names on the target list of the 28 states in the Crosscheck group; each of them represents a suspected double voter whose registration has now become subject to challenge and removal.
 
 
I realize what the article claims.  Whereas some of the points are valid and need investigated, I am skeptical of some of the claims.  I am fairly confident the article is wrong on that point.  Those 7 million represent voters it believes need to be removed from voter rolls, not people who actually committed fraud.  Don't trust every word you read in the media.   
if they didn't commit fraud, why do they need to be removed?
 
 
Because a person should only be registered to vote in one location.  If someone no longer lives there or has established residency in other state, they need to be purged.  Having a bunch of names of dead people, people who moved, felons, illigals aliens or whatever on the voter rolls makes voter fraud easy.    
but surely you acknowledge that many innocent people will be turned away from the voting booth if this is carried out?

 

 

I hear this claim.  I have heard a few outspoken people say this happened, but I have not heard many.  I would think if this was widespread, it would be easily documented by Democrats and proven there are 'many'.  That would make a very good basis for a lawsuit.  If someone turned me away and I had every right to vote, my representative would be made aware of it. 

 

 

Just because you are uninformed does not mean things dont happen. Like I have said repeatedly, if you dont know what you are talking about probably better to not comment or get up to speed. This is an older report.

 

Florida is a beautiful example of how wonderful these purges are....

 

More recently....