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1 JRCMYP  Thu, Nov 15, 2012 5:47:51am

Douchenozzle.

2 Destro  Thu, Nov 15, 2012 6:23:39am

You know what? I want the Attorney General to investigate the Republican voter suppression effort:

Does anyone think Obama should have the AG investigate voter suppression? Clearly there seems to have been a coordinated effort by the GOP to do just that. Clearly these GOP led efforts were designed to circumvent the Fifteenth Amendment. I want subpoenas issued and testimonies given under oath.

Where did these ideas come from? What think tank? Is their an email/paper trail? Meetings were held? Who attended?

[Link: littlegreenfootballs.com...]

3 aagcobb  Thu, Nov 15, 2012 7:27:03am

He personally doesn't know any black people, so is immediately suspicious when some show up. The President won Maine by over 107,000 votes, so clearly "dozens" of blah people couldn't have changed the results via voter fraud. I expect this will become part of the GOP legend of this race, like the vast horde of one black panther intimidating voters in Philadelphia, and all the inner-city precincts in which Romney didn't get a single vote.

4 sundude  Thu, Nov 15, 2012 8:05:15am

Make sure I have this straight. Every election for several decades there have been 1000's of busloads of scary brown folks folks cruising hither and yon committing voter fraud. Yet apparently no one has yet thought to take even one picture to document this, or bothered writing down a license plate number.

Uh, yeah, sure.

5 SanFranciscoZionist  Thu, Nov 15, 2012 8:22:04am

Clearly they were outside agitators. There aren't dozens of black people in all of Maine.
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6 Bulworth  Thu, Nov 15, 2012 8:45:49am
Webster has crusaded against alleged voter fraud throughout his tenure at the helm of the Maine Republican Party. In July 2011, he produced a list of 206 college students from out of state as grounds for a voter fraud investigation by the Maine secretary of state’s office. In September 2011, Secretary of State Charlie Summers reported that investigators turned up no fraud resulting from Webster’s list.
In June 2011, Webster also accused Democrats of stealing elections and busing people to the polls to sway outcomes. No charges resulted from that allegation.

Amazing. But just the fact that we couldn't prove voter fraud means there must be voter fraud! /

7 Skip Intro  Thu, Nov 15, 2012 8:57:03am

And the GOP just keeps setting new lows every single day since the election.

8 thecommodore  Thu, Nov 15, 2012 9:12:53am

re: #7 Skip Intro

And the GOP just keeps setting new lows every single day since the election.

...of 1968.

9 calochortus  Thu, Nov 15, 2012 9:41:43am

re: #4 sundude

Make sure I have this straight. Every election for several decades there have been 1000's of busloads of scary brown folks folks cruising hither and yon committing voter fraud. Yet apparently no one has yet thought to take even one picture to document this, or bothered writing down a license plate number.

Uh, yeah, sure.

I won't link any of the sites this was discussed on, but you can Google it if you want. Someone took an actual picture of black folks in what is probably Somali garb lined up to vote in, I think, Columbus Ohio. They apparently all came together in a van. Therefore,

Voter Fraud!!!!

Never mind whether they might be citizens...

10 calochortus  Thu, Nov 15, 2012 9:49:13am

I am also reminded of a story about a mixed race couple buying a condo in NYC. To make a long (and funny) story short. Very pregnant black woman and white husband show up at the closing and woman has not brought an ID with her. Agent says they can't proceed because the wife can't prove who she is and there have been cases of men using a girlfriend masquerading as their wife to fraudulently buy or sell property. It is a hot day and wife's temper is a little short, so she stands up and asks the relevant question-If my husband were trying to pass off someone as his wife, would he choose a pregnant black woman? The transaction was allowed to proceed...

So, if you are committing voter fraud in rural Maine, would you choose to bus in black people? I don't think so.

11 Decatur Deb  Thu, Nov 15, 2012 9:51:55am

re: #10 calochortus

I am also reminded of a story about a mixed race couple buying a condo in NYC. To make a long (and funny) story short. Very pregnant black woman and white husband show up at the closing and woman has not brought an ID with her. Agent says they can't proceed because the wife can't prove who she is and there have been cases of men using a girlfriend masquerading as their wife to fraudulently buy or sell property. It is a hot day and wife's temper is a little short, so she stands up and asks the relevant question-If my husband were trying to pass off someone as his wife, would he choose a pregnant black woman? The transaction was allowed to proceed...

So, if you are committing voter fraud in rural Maine, would you choose to bus in black people? I don't think so.

All Obama voters are Honorary Black. I'm taking Remedial Hip-Hop in the evenings.

12 calochortus  Thu, Nov 15, 2012 9:55:38am

re: #11 Decatur Deb

All Obama voters are Honorary Black. I'm taking Remedial Hip-Hop in the evenings.

Great! I don't think I'm ready for even remedial Hip-Hop, but maybe it means I won't sunburn so easily?

13 Obdicut  Thu, Nov 15, 2012 9:59:35am

re: #11 Decatur Deb

All Obama voters are Honorary Black. I'm taking Remedial Hip-Hop in the evenings.

I believe you'll find that's Re-re-re-re-re-remedial-dial-dial hip-hop.

14 Decatur Deb  Thu, Nov 15, 2012 10:00:09am

re: #13 Obdicut

I believe you'll find that's Re-re-re-re-re-remedial-dial-dial hip-hop.

Would explain that 'D'.

15 Bulworth  Thu, Nov 15, 2012 10:01:52am

And these bused in people, after they waited in line and got to the table where they ask you your name and date of birth, what did they say?
1. They made up a name, the name wasn't on the list of eligible voters for the precinct, and they were told to a) fill out a provisional ballot, which would be checked to make sure the petitioner was or should be eligible to vote and that the address and other information provided by the petitioner was valid or b) there was no record of them at the precinct and nor were they listed for any of the surrounding precincts and that they should go on home and have a nice day.

2. The bused in people, miraculously, possessed the name of a dead voter in that precinct, whose name hadn't been removed, or the name of a voter in that precinct who hadn't voted yet, and knew that voter's date of birth, and then proceded to vote in that person's place.

Going out on a limb here, but 2) I think is really, really unlikely.

16 HappyWarrior  Thu, Nov 15, 2012 10:24:26am

Racist fucks.

17 JeffM70  Thu, Nov 15, 2012 10:26:09am

The guy is an embarrassment, no doubt about it. It pains me that when the legislature is in session, this clown is across the parking lot from me.

18 Bulworth  Thu, Nov 15, 2012 10:32:01am
Make sure I have this straight. Every election for several decades there have been 1000's of busloads of scary brown folks folks cruising hither and yon committing voter fraud. Yet apparently no one has yet thought to take even one picture to document this, or bothered writing down a license plate number.

It's not really "busloads" in the sense that they come in buses. They're actually transported in UFO's, which is why there are never any pictures or license plate numbers provided. /

19 sundude  Thu, Nov 15, 2012 10:57:14am

re: #9 calochortus

Ha. Columbus is home. Supposedly we host the nation's 2nd largest Somali immigrant population.

Iirc two families of former Somali's (15 people?) piled in to a couple three vans to go vote then have lunch together. Two poll watchers saw them climbing out of the vans, grabbed pearls, shrieked and freaked. (While they had every right to question eligibility, apparently these two went just a tad bit overboard.)

For the record. Their challenge was investigated. The poll watchers were wrong. The former Somali's in question are documented US citizens. They voted.

Weasel. Found 2 pictures alleged to be of family members. Did not see any of the infamous vans, but didn't wade too deeply into the septic tank looking for them.


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