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Sunday, September 14, 2014

Georgia Voter Registration Issues

For John, BLUFWhere there is a chance to gain by fraud there is likely to be someone who will try for the gain.  Nothing to see here; just move along.

Apparently down in Georgia they are looking at voter fraud, in this case fraud in registration, which one would assume, would lead to fraud in voting.  Why register people, real or fictitious, if not to then use those registrations for folks to vote.

This article is from The Hill and is by Alexandra Jaffe.  The headline is "Voter fraud probe roils Ga. Senate race".

Sadly, former Senator Sam Nunn's daughter is being sullied by this investigation.

Hat tip to the Instapundit.

Regards  —  Cliff


Not Stuff Rage said...

When we get really serious about stopping voter fraud we will issue cards with biometric data on them and compare the biometric data at the polls. Short of that I agree there is nothing new to see here; I'll move along.

C R Krieger said...

Will there be a 666 involved in this biometric card?

Regards  —  Cliff

Not Suffrage said...

As best as I recall the mark of the beast is located on the right hand or the forehead. I'm not sure that a fingerprint from the right hand on a card they can let go of at will counts; but for those who are worried about it we can use their left hand. Um, for the south paws out there the right hand is on the left…so for you Cliff we'll just take an eyeball scan at the registration desk. Don't worry too much though; after all, the Devil is in the details. S/he leaves her/his wayward prophet(s) dangling in the wind trying to figure out how to arrange circumstances so the world's interpretation(s) fit them all/individually as exactly re/written.