15 thoughts on “Just Keep Repeating “We Have The Best Election System There Is!”

  1. Did they spin this, and if they did how did they. I imagine the spin went something like this, “LALALALA I CANT HEAR YOU, YOU ARE A STUPID KKKONSERVATIVE”

  2. Wingnuts pretend registration = voting. Can’t find very many examples of fraudulent voting, can you? Well, not counting Ann Coulter anyway.

    Keep up the vote-suppression efforts, tea baggers. If you can narrow down the eligible voters to the small number of kooks who agree with you, you’re set. Keep working on it, maybe you can outlaw voting entirely!

  3. “Can’t find very many examples of fraudulent voting, can you?”

    ac, I can’t believe that you made such an ignorant statement. But then, you libturds are so used to using voter fraud to meet your goals, that you wouldn’t think that it’s a problem, even when it smacked you in the face.

  4. clearly you are a useful idiot AC
    http://www.prnewswire.com/news-releases/minnesota-leads-the-nation-in-voter-fraud-convictions-131782928.html
    ST. PAUL, Minn., Oct. 13, 2011 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ — Minnesota Majority today released a report on voter fraud convictions to date stemming from Minnesota’s 2008 general election. The report finds that 113 individuals who voted illegally in the 2008 election have been convicted of the crime, “ineligible voter knowingly votes” under Minnesota Statute 201.014.

    At the time of this report, nearly 200 additional cases are still pending trial. But time is running out for any additional cases to be prosecuted. The statute of limitations on election crimes is three years, and will expire for the 2008 election this November. Anyone who county attorneys have not charged by then will go free.

    And that is not including last time around. Although I’d be willing to be fraud was probably down in 2010 otherwise Oberstar would have been re-elected.

  5. Their are no locks on the vault! These bureaucrats don’t have a clue. They’re merely being Minnesota Nice and doing what comes naturally to bureaucrats: counting the days until their retirement kicks in, oblivious to the Werewolves at the gate. Heaven help us.

    Their bosses know full well they’re allowing their underlings to facilitate fraud.

  6. No, AC is lazy! He put his brain in “park” in 1988. These people are mindless automatons who merely collect their pay.

  7. AssClown continues to “shun” election fraud and abuse by ignoring it and acting like it doesn’t exist. Without the useful idiots this wouldn’t be possible.

  8. Can’t find very many examples of fraudulent voting, can you?

    Well, other than the thousands that the MN Majority found, which have led to a hundred-odd convictions and hundreds more cases dismissed because “I didn’t know!” is considered a defense under MN election law, nope. Hardly anything if you leave out the college kids vouching each other in to the polls. Beyond that, and vulnerable adults being hauled to the polls and having their ballots filled out, bupkes.

    Probably no more than 8,001 votes in the past gubernatorial election.

  9. “I didn’t know!” is considered a defense under MN election law

    This is unbelieveable and needs to be changed. “Ignorance of the law is not an excuse, and I’m quoting a Nevada state Trooper here” as Ron White said. By that logic you could break any law and claim, “no officer I didn’t know that was against the law, honest”

  10. If anybody wants to see the face of the opposition to Photo ID, go to YouTube. His name is Dan McGrath, Director of TakeAction MN. (not Dan McGrath, Director of MN. Majority. He’s on our side).

    “TakeAction” Dan claims that it’s the eeeevil bankers that are behind Voter ID. (Dirty, rotten capitalists are trying to suppress voter’s rights).

  11. AC, who is looking for fraudulent voting besides conservative activist groups? Reality here is that the left has done a darned good job of keeping cases away from prosecutors, and that’s one reason you don’t see much data.

  12. Hey Ben;

    If you plead ignorance of the law in MN, you will get the same response from any law enforcement officer. I know, I tried it a couple of months back, as has my son a couple of months before that.

  13. Joe; I would like to ask the evil libturd McGrath if he has attempted to either cash a check or in fact, make a large purchase using a credit card at any number of local retailers, without a picture ID? That is my standard question whenever I hear the “Requiring IDs will discourage voting” arguments.

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