Tuesday, November 9, 2010

Reports of elderly fraudulant voting....help, please

Did anybody hear where one writes to FOX to inform them of the elderly fraud they're hearing so much about?  They're asking for reports of people having seen this. This morning, they spoke of people who wonder how their incompetent, completely uninvolved elderly relatives were able to vote.
As some of you read here, my voting precinct was a Senior Resident Care center and I saw a woman who looked totally incompetent wheeled into the voting area (Dining room of the facility) and the woman wheeling her told the people there she was there to vote!  The woman looked like she couldn't spell her name....
I also would like to report my story of the young woman who blew in that day and voted Provisionally because she thought it was "so cool" she didn't have to go all the way home during the day to vote at her precinct.   When I questioned the guy in charge he said she signed a book and all those books go to the voting headquarters and names are checked.  I asked a friend who was a registrar of voters and she said "There is NO WAY they check all those thousands of names...they can't.  They don't!"    Provisional ballots are usually fraud, too.  I can't help but wonder how many precincts she blew into to vote and sign the useless provisional ballot book.
ACORN has had two people now admit to fraud and I sure haven't seen it in the news except at FOX......this is serious and we all have to get involved.
If you know of ANYTHING like what I describe, please report it......and, if anybody heard the FOX link where I should report the elderly voting fraud I saw, could you let me know!?  Thanks.


FrogBurger said...

I am amazed at how in the US, voting makes you feel like in a banana republic for 10 minutes.

Early voting should not be allowed unless you have a good reason.

ID should be checked.

Ballot counting should be done by all parties involved.

In France one suspicion of frauds or missing or late ballots and the election is cancelled.

Craig and Heather said...

Hope you get the help you're looking for, Z.

It is discouraging to think that such character qualities as "honesty" seem so rare anymore.


Brooke said...

I'm sure they told that lady who to vote for, as well. :(

WomanHonorThyself said...

the corruption knows no bounds Z..so we must stay vigilant!

Anonymous said...

FB, I couldn't agree with you more. I remember when voting was orderly and election day, was one day.

Also, there was a time all sale of alcohol was forbidden on election day.

If one needed an absentee ballot he had to go to the post office to get one. Now, they're handed out like candy, and an application for one is on the back of the sample ballot.

There was no such thing as a provisional ballot. If your name wasn't on the list of registered voters at the polling place, you couldn't vote.

The way things are now is an invitation to fraud. I have to laugh when we see Jimmy Carter in some third world country to oversee their voting.


Anonymous said...

I should add that even then there was fraud especially in places like Chicago, which seems to have been a hotbed for corruption forever.

However now, I would bet fraud is anywhere and everywhere. Now if a race is close, it ends up in court, boxes of ballots miraculously having shown up in the trunk of a car!

It feels like a banana republic, because it is.


Karen Howes said...

I have no doubt that there is fraud-- especially where ACORN is involved!

Z said...

Karen, ACORN's been found guilty twice re the 2008 elections but, if you don't watch FOX and only get CNN or MSNBC or the networks, you will here next to nothing..IF anything at all. It's just the way it is. They're covering for them.

I just lunched with a woman very big in the Republican party who's been a registrar from time to time and her cleaning woman, a legal Hispanic, told her people are coming to all Mexican buildings in bad areas and paying from $5 to $15 ...the are registered though illegal, no questions asked.
WOuld you believe this woman went TO the Republican party and they won't do anything about it? They say it's too expensive though she found to law firms who'd take it on pro bono.
That's the truth; I trust this woman with my life..honest as the day is long.
We couldn't win in California this time. Plus, they got the Prop re marijuana on there and so more libs came to the polls than would have had it not been there.

NOBODY heard the link on FOX? I'll go check it out; was hoping to find something here when I got back but now I have the time I'll check it out. Thanks for coming by, everybody :-)

Oh, and yes, FB...it's amazing that in America we're this horribly loose with our voting; in Germany a card you has is swiped the minute you vote. YOU CANNOT vote elsewhere and ONLY YOU can vote because they check so carefully.
ID must be used and we won't because of "Open minded" lefties..I'll never forget that kid getting to vote provisionally last time I voted......no ID checked, "I moved and they don't have me on here!" I asked the guy running the precinct how they can let him vote and got "Don't you want EVERYONE to vote?" As if that was the QUESTION? WOW

FrogBurger said...

Definitely the story of a banana republic, Z.

In a way it makes sense. In Europe at least 80% of people go vote. In the US it's closer to a 50 and less. (Ask Meg Whitman ;-)) So not a lot realize how fraud-prone the system is.

Anonymous said...

I hear what you are saying, Z … and while I think it is relatively easy to get an indictment against someone already dead —and a conviction is even possible, but I just don’t see how any punishment will much matter.

Leticia said...

It is a pretty sorry and pathetic person or organization that feels that have to lower than themselves to commit fraud.

Ducky's here said...

I'll give Breitbart a call, since ABC decided he's toxic it might mean he has time to produce another fake video.

Z said...

FB, the wise in Europe deem weekends to be the best day to vote because people aren't working; we haven't come to that yet.

Ducky, which other video was a fake? If you mean the USDA situation, you obviously don't know the details nor do you know that Andrew contacted the NAACP many times for the whole video and, when they didn't comply, ran with it as anybody would have..except he waited for a while. If you like, I'll have Andrew call you and explain.
Keep swinging, Ducky...:-)

Anonymous said...

Ducky... proof you should never feed your children Fruit Loops.

beamish said...

Ah, Andrew Breitbart, the guy that gets Ducky wistful for the days when leftists like Hitler and Stalin were putting critics in bodybags.

Z said...

right, Beamish.....
Andrew really has to be careful because he has been threatened....
and yes, Ducky DID advocate for Andrew in a bag.

FrogBurger said...

Ducky had to say something today. So he again pulled one out of his rear end. There are people like that: they feel the need to talk to be noticed even if they sound useless.