Tuesday, October 19, 2010


Lest we forget, our Democratic brothers and sisters have a long history of "cooking" elections - or in other words, indulging in fraud.

The following in The Weekly Standard:
This attitude must change. Nixon to the contrary, it is not an honorable and decent thing to allow a hustler to take office on the basis of falsified returns. This election is crucial in one other sense apart from the obvious issues at state -- as a test of the electoral system. It is clear that the Dems will do whatever they have to do to maintain hegemony. What this means in practical terms is that any GOP victory of less than 1% -- and perhaps even higher -- is in danger. Nothing could be clearer. Michelle Obama's recent violation of election law in Chicago was in no way the cheerful faux pas that has been portrayed in the media, but instead a signal to party officials and the rank and file that anything goes.

As anyone who has been paying attention knows, Michelle Antoinette was cheerily electioneering, contrary to Illinois law, within the polling place. This activity, like the brazen behavior of the New Black Panthers in Philadelphia is unacceptable and should not be tolerated. We in the center or on the right need to be vigilant and not let the Stuart Smalley activities continue!

Don't allow it to be close. Don't assume that we're going to win. We need to win big so there's no excuse for them to finagle!

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