Halloween hijinks began early as early voting continues in more than half the states in the nation. Some voters cast their ballots as long as a month ago, and this early voting thing sure opens a Pandora’s Box to all kinds of shifty shenanigans and tom foolery. It’s strange, though that the deceased, cartoon characters and people with really famous names (“Michael Jordan”) always seem to vote for Democrats.
I saw a comment following an article on voter fraud recently from someone who said, “My father always voted Republican. Since he passed away, he’s become a Democrat.”
I couldn’t have said it better myself. Along with consistently landing the “votes” of those in the Hereafter, Democrats also seem to be the beneficiaries of paper ballots that mysteriously turn up in the back seats of someone’s car (see Senator Al Franken, D-MN), as well as those who may or may not be legal citizens as is happening right now in Ohio. There have been reports there that busloads of Somalis are being taken to the polls where only Democrat Somali interpreters, no Republicans are assisting them in casting their ballots.
Why do these questionable activities surrounding voting always take place in what are considered battleground states? Here’s some more:
In North Carolina, voters have filed complaints because the voting machines kept defaulting to Obama when they cast their ballots for Romney. This doesn’t appear to be an isolated incident as it’s been reported in multiple counties. Voters are warned to be very careful to review their ballots before hitting the final “vote” button. This also is happening in Nevada, another “swing” state.
Also in North Carolina, Carolina Transparency, a user friendly database from the Civitas Institute, that gets data straight from the State Board of Elections, reveals an unusually large number of persons aged 112 to be voting in some of the larger counties. For example, just in Guilford County alone (a place also having voting machine problems), more than 1,000 voters on the rolls were listed as very senior citizens. Apparently, North Carolina is not only a swing state; it’s also The Fountain of Youth!
In Florida, many likely voters have been targeted with a bogus letter that appears to have come from an election supervisor warning them that they aren’t legally eligible to vote. Other voters have been called on the phone and told they can vote via telephone, which of course we know isn’t true.
And in Ohio (again) and Virginia, military voters, who tend to lean Republican are also possibly having their votes suppressed for this election. Requests for absentee ballots have dropped significantly from 2008 in spite of passing a law that was meant to boost military votes. If anyone should be allowed to vote, it should be the men and women who volunteer to put their lives on the line to protect our rights to vote (among the many other rights we have).
When spooky scenarios at the polls are exposed, the Democrats still have their friends in the media working overtime to hide important news stories from viewers (Benghazi), or to distract them with trivialities (the made-up War on Women). In case that doesn’t work, there are always the campaign ads, which are becoming more bizarre by the day. Last Thursday, I updated my most recent post about the women’s vote with a link to Obama’s ad “The First Time” which is hard to believe that was approved by a presidential candidate due to its middle school boys’ locker room mentality.
But the ads keep coming. Portly left-wing filmmaker Michael Moore teamed up with moveon.org (supported by George Soros) to put together THIS AD featuring foul-mouthed senior citizens. It’s almost too hard to believe that this ISN’T a parody done by Saturday Night Live. You have to see it to believe it.
Another you have to see to believe features brainwashed children singing about the horrors that will befall us if Mitt Romney becomes president (“strip mines are fun and free”?????). The Future Children Project is a creepy rundown of left-wing imaginings coming out of the mouths of babes. It’s nice that it came out in time for Halloween, though. What horror film of the classic variety is worth its salt if it doesn’t have, at some point in the film, the disembodied innocent voices of a devilish children’s choir hovering over the most intense scenes? The Children of the Future…seems more like the Children of the Corn. It’s propaganda at its best– Joseph Goebbels would be so proud.
I only hope that sane people will outnumber the zombie vote and that the horror story of high unemployment, big government spending, over-regulation and the shredding of the Constitution will soon come to and end.