Saturday, September 13, 2008

More fraud from Madison

Madison - The lawsuit against the state's election authority could lead to a spike in provisional ballots, which an election expert said greatly increases the chances of a fight after Nov. 4 over who won the presidential race in Wisconsin.
Damn right! That's the whole effing point, you dumbass.
Republican Attorney General J.B. Van Hollen sued the state this week to require more checks of voter information against driver's license records - a move that critics say could force people off the voter rolls and require them to cast provisional ballots. Provisional ballots are counted only when voters provide proof of residence by the next day.
We are tired of bending over every four years as the corrupt Doyle political machine repeatably slams those thousands of fraudulent votes in our ... ballot box. If the votes aren't valid the Doyle crooks want them hidden in the ballot box, where they cannot be found and cannot be challenged.

Here is the choice: Convenience for Doyle's fraudsters versus stopping his voter fraud.

Start the cross-checks now. Do not wait for the lawsuit to be ruled. These premeditated delays are no excuse for not getting the job done.

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