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Democrats More Open About Cheating than Republicans?

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March 12, 2009 | 2,983 views | 5 comments

Democrats and Republicans are about equal in cheating and deception.

There is a difference. The Republicans actually respond to the moral compass God gave us all, so hide their cheating and deception. They get embarrassed. When Republicans get caught they call it a mistake, when in fact, it is just plain old cheating. Democrats try to legalize the cheating activity!

No, I am not saying Republicans are more moral than Democrats even if you wish to read that into this. I refer to the individuals speaking for the Democratic Party and most of the politicians flying that once great Democratic flag. In their own ways, both parties are not the honorable groups they once were or that we thought they were. It is up to us to improve the collective morality of both parties. We can start by recognizing that presenting a photo ID to vote is a good thing for the American election process.

Lets take the issue of voter fraud for example: We know that dead Democrats, in the tradition of LBJ, have the ability to vote in some Texas counties. Some even vote twice! The issue of voters having to show a photo ID is once again in the air. Democrats are rallying to keep it the way it is. Therefore, if not having a photo ID increases the potential of voter fraud the Democrats, again, in the tradition of LBJ, must be in favor of voter fraud made easy.

How many times do you have to show a photo ID at stores, banks, traffic stops and so on? Really now friends! Why not when voting for the best clown to do the job in some elected position?

How many Americans of voting age do not have a photo ID? How hard would it be to help the unidentified “qualified” voters to get the ID? Why would anyone want to leave the potential of a legitimate vote being canceled out by a fraudulent vote? Could this mean that fraudulent voting is so common in the Democratic side that they will fight to the death to preserve the custom?

This is truly a place where Democrats and Republicans can and should meet in agreement. The leadership of the Democratic Party might want illegal invaders voting but it is bad for the process and the country. It takes the thinking people on both sides of the street to get this done. Write to your representatives.
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April 4, 2009 6:46pm
Two things, Leo. Yes, I personally know of people who, in the recent past, have gone into homes and handed elderly people a ballot and told them how to vote. One instance was the mother of a good friend. When he discovered that ... More ›

April 4, 2009 3:43pm
Boy Leo, I am sure glad that you let me know that I am rich. I had not figured it out yet. I was afraid that I was just a lower middle class hick that voted for Republicans, but now I am rich...rich I tell you. HA HA HA HA.

David K Fuller  
San Antonio  
April 4, 2009 9:14am
Joe, do you think that many will go to all the trouble to conjure up an Id just to vote illegally? I agree that there should be a way to recognize legit Id's but the notion that a people would go through all that trouble to get ... More ›

Sutherland Springs  
April 3, 2009 6:56pm
Other then a supposed election that happened over 60 years ago can anyone point to any election since then that was affected by so-called illegal voting? When any election is held that a specific winner is not clearly determined; ... More ›

Joe Stewart  
Boerne, TX and Thunder Bay, ON  
April 3, 2009 3:26pm
My brother, Larry's, political views are often somewhat to the right of mine, but photo ID for voting seems good to me. What are the counter arguments? However, as a bleeding heart liberal, I would want the federal government ... More ›

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