More Voter Fraud in Ohio

The Dems at work:

There’s a “community organizer” in Columbus promoting a free taxi program to transport the homeless to voter registration facilities. He gloats:

“It’s a perfect opportunity for them to come in, register at a temporary address like a homeless shelter or a YMCA or something like that. They can register at that address because they don’t know where they’re going to be tomorrow or next week.”

Another ‘collector’ trolls the bus stops looking for prospective ‘voters’:

“I asked ‘em if they’re registered to vote and if they weren’t, I said ‘Get in the car, I’m bringing you!’”

Says one skid row drunk:

“They picked me up. They seen me walkin’ around. So day said, ‘You wanna vote?’ I said, ‘Yeah, I’ll vote.’ (laughs) Day said, ‘We’ll take you anywhere you want.’ I said, ‘Dat’s cool’…If day say ’sign the ballot,’ just give ‘em and do exactly what they want you to do.’ I mean, hey, dis is America, you know?” (laughs).

I thought you had to have a LEGAL permanent residence to register. Does the cardboard box at the corner of 30th and Euclid count?

You gotta hand it to the Dems. Not only have they registered dead people and illegals, but they’ve also resorted to collecting brain damaged junkies and winos from the streets to vote for their boy Obama; probably in exchange for a bottle of MD 20/20 and a coupon for the local Methadone clinic.

Desperation is such an ugly thing.

2 thoughts on “More Voter Fraud in Ohio”

  1. Jackscrow,

    Yep, I know what you mean. Matter of fact, I spoke with a guy from the local Republican HQ here in Lorain, and he told me of an interesting encounter he had with an ACORN volunteer outside a BP station.

    He was approached by one of them and asked if he wanted to register. He stared at this clown in disbelief, especially since he was wearing a T-shirt and hat with McCain/Palin logos. When he explained that not only was he voting for McCain/Palin as indicated by his attire but that he was already registered, this ACORN moron asked him if he wanted to register again, anyway.

    Needless to say, the guy contacted the Board of Elections and reported this group of voting-registration frauds and they were quickly removed from the street corner.

    The Dems are really getting desperate. It’s pathetic and demonstrates just how far that party has eroded.


  2. Voter Registration — OHIO STYLE….

    Today I was on an errand, and happened through Northern Lights Shopping Center off of North Cleveland Avenue in Columbus.

    Today, October 6th, was the last day to register to vote in this year’s General Election.

    Two of the Center’s major tenants are a Thrift store and a Liquor store, and being the first Monday of the month, there was quite the little steady stream of people heading into the “Likker Sto'” for their noon bag and lotto tics.

    As I drove through the lot near the Liquor and Thrift stores in the Center, I noticed two cars at the curb and three people, volunteers of some sort, waylaying the people on the sidewalk in front of the liquor store and approaching cars that were driving past. They had clipboards, and were conducting what appeared to be a shuttle service, carting “prospective voters” to the registration and early absentee voting.

    I noticed they were approaching every car that came near, so I drove around the lot and then coasted by really slow, my window rolled down and looking “interested”. No luck. I did it again. Still no luck.

    Then I noticed a couple of guys across the lot — they had cameras and appeared to be documenting the scene.

    Now, it’s not against the law to talk to people outside of liquor stores — AT 12:00 NOON on a MONDAY; but if you’re looking for a certain type of prospective voter, then you’re outside of a liquor store in a certain part of town at 12 Noon on a Monday. Right?


    I’m a-bettin’ they weren’t Republican volunteers. Know what I mean?

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