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Friday, June 17, 2011

Left takes microscopic view of individual Republican votes while engaging in assembly line voter fraud

The left seizes on a new tactic. In spite of systemic voter fraud in the multitudes by the left, they are meticulously going through the actual polling documents on high profile Republican political figures, to see if they forgot to dot an ‘i’ or cross a ‘t’ on the votes they cast.

What a laugh, they engage in assembly line voter fraud by the millions and are scrutinizing single vote of Republicans.

It would be funny if it weren’t for the fact that Obama is the president and Eric Holder is the Attorney General

Mitt Romney Faces Voter Fraud Complaint as List of Apparent GOP Vote Fraudsters Continues to Swell

June 16, 2011 by Jack Blood
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By Brad Friedman on 6/13/2011 5:35pm

Also, new information concerning allegations of voter fraud by MO Rep., U.S. Senate candidate Todd Akin, as new GOP voter disenfranchisement laws spread…

What is it about Mormon Republican Presidential candidates and their proclivity for committing voter fraud?

For that matter, what is it about high-profile Republicans in general and their rapidly growing record of voter fraud, as we have two new reports today of two more very high profile Republicans who appear to have committed voter fraud? One of them is GOP Presidential candidate Mitt Romney, the other U.S. Senate candidate Rep. Todd Akin of Missouri.

But they are just the two latest in a quickly growing list of Republican vote fraudsters.

In March, as you’ll recall, Utah’s former Republican Gov. Jon Huntsman, Jr. — who is believed likely to jump into the GOP Presidential race soon — was alleged to have committed voter fraud by casting his vote last year via his registration at the governor’s mansion despite having resigned and moved out of the address almost two years prior to become President Obama’s Ambassador to China.

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