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Sunday, March 09, 2008

2008 Elections: Election Fraud in Ohio?

It won't be the first time.

From NewsVine comes interesting reportage about election fraud in Ohio, says Scott Isaacs, with numbers that indicate something isn't quite right. The article states, in part:
Barack Obama won only 5 out of 88 counties in Ohio and those counties were the ones where Democrats are abundant. Yet Hillary Clinton won the state by only 10%. I have been told directly by Republicans here in Ohio that they voted for Hillary for the express purpose to either cause a split convention or to get her nominated because they know she is the weakest candidate against John McCain. To a person they will all be returning to voting Republican in the general election. To a judge monitoring the elections, Marilyn Hatfield, numerous Republicans taking a Democratic ballot said they were voting for Hillary "because of that thing Rush said." (Source: Hamilton Journal News, 3-6-08)
Mr. Isaacs lays out a good case for voter fraud being committed on a large scale. Apparently, although one is permitted to cross party lines to vote, in Ohio, there is a good-faith requirement. And these people have not been acting in good faith.

What are we going to do about it? We might make this article more widely available, including to the corporate press-whores, with some questions. That would certainly be more interesting reading than Charlotte Allen's skanky pseudo-reportage about the stupidity of women like herself. Pass it on, folks.

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At 7:35 AM, Blogger Sungold said...

Why am I shocked yet not really surprised? Hmmm, living in Ohio since 2000 is starting to permanently scar my political psyche.

I *will* pass this on just as soon as I catch up with my grading and have a little time for my blog ...

Thanks, Political Cat.


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