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Bob Allen is a philosopher and cyber libertarian. He advocates for the basic human rights of men. Bob has learned to cut through the political nonsense, the propaganda hate, the surface discourse, and talk about the underlying metamessage that the front is hiding. Bob tells it like it is and lets the chips fall where they may. If you like what you read be sure to bookmark this blog and share it with your friends.

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Saturday, March 18, 2006

Election Fraud

Voter fraud has always been with us. In 1960 it was said that thousands of dead voters in Chicago, voted by the Daly political machine, made the difference in the election of John Kennedy instead of Richard Nixon. In the 2000 election it was alleged that voter fraud in Florida had something to do with the election of G. W. Bush. As a result of popular concerns over the 2000 election, and massive numbers of undocumented aliens voting in California and elsewhere, there has been a movement toward requiring identification for voters. Under new identification rules in several states, the person showing up to vote has to show an identification such as drivers license, etc. To get around new requirements, and to reduce the cost of large scale voting fraud, the political machines in several US states have instituted mail in ballots.

Under the old system every voter, living or dead, had to show up at the polling places and cast a ballot. Political organizations had to recruit large cadres of volunteers to work on election day. In the 2004 election one enterprising Kerry support organization went to the Republican headquarters and slashed the tires on about 50 rented cars which were to be used to transport people to vote. Election workers had to go to places such as nursing homes and round up ambulatory voters to get out their votes. There was a growing problem with absentee ballots used for the infirm or sick who could not get to the polls. Crooked election machines used absentee ballots to vote in the name of many. But still, most crooked voting had to be done by a volunteer showing up at a poling place claiming to be a dead voter, signing in, and voting. It took thousands of volunteers to cast thousands of crooked votes, and that took a big organization such as that in Chicago which elected Kennedy.

In several states the political machines have adopted mail in ballots and closed the polling places. It's "cheaper" they say. And it avoids having to check the identification of the person casting the votes. In a typical mail ballot, the voter fills out the ballot, signs the name of the voter on the "security" envelope, and puts it in an outer envelope to mail. Nobody checks the identification of the voter.

In a nursing home, for example, the management could intercept all of the ballots for patients and vote the bunch of them. They can also intercept ballots for every patient who died there over the past 20 years and vote them. But why only vote for real people who have died. Crooked political machines can now register thousands of fictitious voters and vote them all. In a widely publicized incident in 2004 one party hired someone to register voters, and was paying per registration. The unscrupulous man registered hundreds of fictitious voters, and got caught because names like "Mickey Mouse" raised suspicions. The incident shows how easy it would be to register thousands of fictitious people. Nobody but the registrant checks ID's of those filling out the registration forms. He then can put them down with mailing addresses where a party machine can get the mail, or later turn in a change of address to a political machine drop box. In the upcoming election the machine will have two weeks to fill out thousands of ballots, sign the name on the ballot without having to present an ID, and send them in by the thousands.

Instead of thousands of volunteers on election day the mail voting goes on for 2 weeks, and does not involve hundreds of rented cars. Instead of huge cadres of volunteers, a political machine only needs a few employees to fill out and mail thousands of ballots over 2 weeks. They probably will still use the volunteers on election day, to help real voters fill out the proper forms, but it will save the machine a bunch of money and allow them to guarantee the outcome.

In one recent bond issue election here, ballots had to be mailed by Tuesday. They announced the results on Wednesday morning. I had mailed my ballot at the post office on Tuesday afternoon. Mail is not collected from our town post office until after 5 PM, and not delivered anywhere before mid day on Wednesday. Usually mail isn't delivered locally for two days. There is no way that the election counters could have received the ballots mailed on Tuesday and counted them by Wednesday morning.

Mail balloting is a fraud, intended as a fraud, carried out as a fraud, and results in a rigged election. When your state politicians start talking about mail in ballots they are working to defraud you and me and all the voters. They are stepping around the need for real, living, identifiable, voters, and substituting fraudulent sham elections.


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