Illegal voters may be tipping the balance of power in America.
Posted on Friday, April 01, 2011 at 01:07 PM
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Americans are getting assaulted on all sides and not getting much protection from the government that was set up to protect and defend them back in 1781.
This present government seems to put the protection and defense of its borders against illegal immigration into the background. It seems willing to welcome and tacitly encourage illegal immigration. But most disturbingly, seems to aid and abet, passively and aggressively, their ability to vote illegally in the very elections that keep this government in power.
These actions seem counter-intuitive for a strong country to survive.
If one looks at the close elections around this country, on the local, state and national level, you can see that many of the races were and are very close, some separated by just a few votes.
The House is having a study on the elections systems in our country and just issued the following statement: “We simply cannot have an electoral system that allows thousands of non-citizens to violate the law and vote in our elections. We must do more to protect the integrity of our electoral processes."
Colorado IDENTIFIED 12,000 illegal voters on its rolls and ascertained that 5,000 of them voted in the last election. The Republican Senate candidate was narrowly defeated by the Democrat....But how many illegal voters didn't they identify?
Minnesota saw the election of ultra liberal Senator Al Franken, when he narrowly defeated Norm Coleman by just a few votes. Many claim that a lot of the Franken votes were under suspicious circumstances.
California lost a conservative congressman when his district was flooded with illegal alien votes. He was replaced with liberal Democrat, Loretta Sanchez.
Many states are starting to realize that they have been under assault by illegal voters and are starting to examine their voter requirements. But any changes to I.D. requirements and tightening up security to ensure only U.S. citizens vote, seem to be fought tooth and nail by the Democrats, under the banner of preserving some sort of "rights". Is it a right to vote illegally in our elections?
For instance the Texas legislature just voted to require picture I.D. of voters when they show up at the election booths. You would think it was a sledge hammer blow to "civil rights" when you heard the emotional outbursts from the democrats.
The caterwauling from the left is off the charts and unreasonable when a simple requirement like requiring I.D. to vote in an election is enforced. It is most disturbing to American citizens who hold their right to vote as precious. Americans of all races, creeds and political parties are starting to see through and see the mockery made of our election laws.
As a south Texas legislator just said: "I've had many citizens tell me that they don't believe their vote will count anymore because of the fraud that exists in South Texas"....This is just one state!
It doesn't take much to tip the scales of power. America better wake up and smell the ballots because they are rancid. Time to cleanse our voter rolls.
Additional information on the mysterious Minnesota Senate race from the Wall Street Journal:
"This helps explain why more than 25 precincts now have more ballots than voters who signed in to vote. By some estimates this double counting has yielded Mr. Franken an additional 80 to 100 votes."
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