Democrats Attempt Ohio Voter Suppression

by Sal on September 24, 2008

in Election 2008,Media Bias,Politics

Despite all of the talk, it has been well documented that there was no evidence of voter suppression of Democrats, minorities, or others in 2000 by the Republicans or Bush Campaign, although there was a concerted effort to suppress military absentee ballots by the Gore campaign.  Now, in 2008, the Ohio Democrat Secretary of State Jennifer Brunner is trying to have absentee ballots suppressed based on a missing checkbox, even though that check box is not required by law, and even though she has no authority to do so. 

This is typical of the left.  If you do a google search on Voter suppression, you will find hundreds of articles on the evil, mean Republicans who suppress votes, with no evidence to back it up.  When a Democrat, however, blatantly talks up voter suppression, there is barely a peep in the media. 

I’ve always believed that the elections of 2000 and 2004 would not have been nearly as close if there had been no voter suppression or voter fraud (i.e. dead people voting).  Voter fraud has been a part of the Democrat party playbook for decades, and there’s plenty of evidence documented to that effect.  This latest story in Ohio is only one further example.

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Chris September 24, 2008 at 12:13 pm

And it’s sadly ironic that Barack Obama hails from Cook County, Illinois, the unofficial capital of voter fraud, as noted by the Election of 1960 and the dead people that voted for JFK. If this election is at all close, (I’m not convinced it will be), we’re in for a bumpy ride on Election Night.


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