Monday, January 18, 2010

Do Deceased Have Right to Vote?

One of the issues to challenge America as we continue into a degraded version of the Great Experiment would have to be the maintenance of the electoral process. Most of us have heard the famous Stalin quote, “It’s not the people who vote that count. It’s the people who count the votes.”

I should add, “Why is it that dead people always vote for Democrats?”, a feature not limited to Chicago style politics. All you’d have to do is check the internet for a history of voter records to find that Democrat voters truly are eternal.

This stands juxtaposed to George Washington’s thought process, “Religion and morality are the essential pillars of civil society.”

If we are to survive as a nation, at least that nation envisioned by our founders, we must rely on the integrity of all the individuals who make up this society; not too reassuring when I contemplate the likes of ACORN and some of the activities I’ve observed in my short life time.

Robert Romano wrote an article for the Washington News Alert, We see dead people, 116,483 registered voters in Massachusetts are dead , “As reported by CNS News, “In Massachusetts, 116,483 registered voters are dead, 3.38 percent of the state’s total of registered voters. Another 538,567, or 15.6 percent, had moved to an area outside of where they are registered to vote.”

He concludes with a rather gloomy reality check:

“According to Americans for Limited Government President Bill Wilson, “The implication of dead people showing up at the polls means that it’s no longer sufficient to win an election with a simple majority. Now, candidates need a 4 or 5 point swing just to pad against potential fraud.”

“And that undermines our free form of government at its very core,” Wilson concluded.”

I mentioned at the start, the Great Experiment is based on the assumption that the society is morally capable of sustaining itself. I fear this is no longer such a society, at least those who have shown the capacity to alter elections behind closed doors through the use of corruption in order to predetermine elections.

One way to help get things back in order would be for each individual to pray for assistance from God, the Creator of our nation. “We shall overcome”, powerful words spoken by Martin Luther King as he addressed his dream for America come to mind; these words are based in religion, not politics.

Enslavement comes in many forms, bondage to debt, bondage as we permit elected officials to usurp God given rights in favor of temporary security and there is tampering with the ballot box. Let us be vigilant while maintaining faith in our most basic expression of freedom.


sig94 said...

One way is to impose draconian penalties instead of the wrist slaps judges give election/voter fraud offenders. Heavy criminal and civil penalties as well as RICO type prosecution that will target an entire political party will bring this to a screeching halt. Take the DNC leaders out for a perp walk and see what happens.

Anonymous said...

Not just a right. In the Democrat Party, they have an obligation.

The probligo said...

Whilst you are getting (in my mind quite correctly) concerned about the validity of the electoral process in your country, you might like to cast a thought in the direction of the use of voting machines. In particular, the potential for manipulation of results has been demonstrated; I can not say with certainty that manipulation has occurred, only that the potential has been demonstrated.

Then think for a little on the process used in NZ; we are required by law to "register" as a voter; that requirement applies if you live at the same address for more than three months; and you receive a letter from the government (well, the Electoral Office actually) to confirm that your current address and qualification as elector is correct.

It is still possible for a dead person to appear on the Electoral Roll if they died after that process was completed.

Oh, and we vote on pieces of paper; how antiquated! It is possible to find my voting paper, given access and knowledge of how to do it; and the voting papers are destroyed 63 days after the close of voting.

Seems to me that democracy US style is not as perfect as "they" would have us believe. Don't tell me only one side is at fault. The disease is endemic in the process. And "they" gave it to Iraq and Afghanistan?

MK said...

“Why is it that dead people always vote for Democrats?”

Real funny that isn't it. The ones crying about stolen elections are merrily cheating their way through.

It must hurt when they lose, knowing that those that really don't like them are far more than the polls suggest.

And as for Iraq and Afghanistan, yes, they'll be moving towards the much, much, much better communist style of government after the westerners finally leave. Because you know, communist governments are so nice and wonderful, not like those totalitarian, oppressive Americans.

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T. F. Stern said...

Valid concerns bring about such articles and comments. Probligo, my concerns grow ever more as I pay attention to legislation being proposed which would destroy the credibility of voter registration, opening the door wide open for corruption through mass additions of unqualified individuals from illegal aliens to convicted felons. There have been attempts to make the voting process more credible by having each voter present a valid picture identification; but each time these bills have come up they are defeated by the very people who are intent on corrupting the system.

I love that one comment, beautiful to view even though I have no idea what was said; maybe it's spam, like on some other blogs, trying to get me to buy into a time share in Manchuria. Anyone with a clue, let me know what was left.