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1 calochortus  Mon, Oct 22, 2012 12:27:39pm

Well, I'm outraged... Not.

2 calochortus  Mon, Oct 22, 2012 12:59:43pm

I was just checking this out over on FR and came up with the following logic fail:

"Early Cheating has already begun, in '08 went to vote early against the Kenyan in LA county CA

I was dismayed to see a line hundreds of people long 98% blacks, at least a dozen busses in the parking lot , county sherriffs for crowd control, no shortage of Obama T-shirts, The line was at least 4 hours long so I just left, came back a few days later to the same scene, evidently it is an everyday voter cheating festival"

Never mind the switch from '08 to the present as 'proof' of current cheating, the stupid racism, or that the poster offers no evidence whatsoever that these folks aren't registered, and has no problem with early voting since he or she was there to vote early.
Let's look instead at where this is happening-Los Angeles County, CA. Romney has approximately a 0% chance of winning CA and Dems are wasting their time and effort by bussing a bunch of supporters to the polls for early voting? Why? Haven't they noticed that Florida and Ohio are much tighter races?

3 Bulworth  Mon, Oct 22, 2012 1:08:35pm
I was dismayed to see a line hundreds of people long 98% blacks

Hundreds I tells ya!

4 philosophus invidius  Mon, Oct 22, 2012 1:19:01pm

re: #2 calochortus

I'd like to see an example of line that is 98% white people and 4 hours long. I guess black people are supposed to feel lucky just to be able to vote at all.

5 calochortus  Mon, Oct 22, 2012 1:58:26pm

re: #4 philosophus invidius

Probably so.

Funny thing, despite the sheriff's deputies being there for "crowd control", when I Google "polling place riots" I get stuff like this. Other stories date to 1900 (Denver), around 1930 (Pittsburg), and of course all the speculation about black riots in 2012. I suspect the deputies' presence may not have been because they expected trouble from the people in line...

6 thecommodore  Mon, Oct 22, 2012 2:32:00pm

re: #5 calochortus

Probably so.

Funny thing, despite the sheriff's deputies being there for "crowd control", when I Google "polling place riots" I get stuff like this. Other stories date to 1900 (Denver), around 1930 (Pittsburg), and of course all the speculation about black riots in 2012. I suspect the deputies' presence may not have been because they expected trouble from the people in line...

Indeed because they suspect creeps like the above quoted Freeper to be packing heat so he can act out a vigilante fantasy of keeping "the blacks" from getting any ideas about rioting, et al..

7 Tiny Alien Kitties are Watching You  Mon, Oct 22, 2012 11:36:29pm

Not really surprising that the people complaining (True The Vote) about having international observers at polling stations are the same ones training people to harass prospective voters at the polls with non-existent photo ID and address verification requirements.


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