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Saturday, September 25, 2004

We Cannot Afford A Close Election

A good post from Blogs for Bush In St. Clair Countt, Illinois where I live we have been trying to combat election fraud all the time. But with the Democratic machine here it is very hard to stop it. East St. Louis is one of the most crooked places for election fraud ansd payoffs in the country. I have also heard that many unions pay offf their members for voted. One of them told me that they get free beer all the time for thier votes.
We Cannot Afford A Close Election

The other day I began reading "Stealing Elections: How Voter Fraud Threatens Our Democracy" by John Fund. A rather shocking book that details the vulnerabilities of our voting system and the tactics of cheating. Fund warns that are voting process is "so sloppy that at least eight of the nineteen hijackers who attacked the World Trade Center and the Pentagon were actually able to register to vote in either Virginia or Florida while they made their deadly preparations for 9/11."

Mr. Fund notes that while both parties have had a history of trying influence the voting system, Democrats are more prone to cheating because their target constituencies are more apt to participate in election fraud because of their ability to influence poor people and their party's appeal to illegal immigrants. Even RNC Chairman Ed Gillespie's letter to DNC Chairman Terry McAuliffe suggesting that the two parties "work together to protect the integrity of the election process" was rebuffed.

The painful reality of cheating exists in this years election. I'm worried about it, and Hindrocket over at Powerline notes current irregularities in Ohio, focused around the absentee ballot efforts by the liberal leaning NAACP and blatently anti-Bush Americans Coming Together (ACT).

While Democrats tend to approach elections with the goal of increasing voter turnout (even if it means illegal votes) while Republicans are inclined to make sure the voting process follows the letter of the law. The latter process often being smeared by Democrats as "disenfranchisement."

This book is frightening and enlightening. It makes me incredibly concerned about this coming election, especially since John Kerry has set his sights on the presidency since his youth. You really ought to read both "Stealing Elections" by John Fund and Hugh Hewitt's "If It's Not Close They Can't Cheat".

Make no mistake, we cannot afford a close election this year. Bush's reelection is too important to let John Kerry have any opportunity to contest it.

Posted by Matt at September 25, 2004 11:32 PM

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