Why vote fraud is a problem

Because when people no longer have faith in the integrity of the elections, that’s when the shooting starts.

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7 Responses to Why vote fraud is a problem

  1. Bubblehead Les says:

    Sometimes it’s true. But I don’t recall any weapons being fired after the 2000 Bush/Gore Election, nor after Al Franken was given his seat.

    It also depends on the Electorate. 40-60% of the Legal eligible voters don’t vote in any election. Also, many cities/states/regions have no problem with electing Corrupt Governments as long as they keep getting their handouts.

    Having said that, something tells me that during this Election cycle, the Marxists will do anything they can to stay in power, and may try to overturn and/or nullify the results.

    Just listen to The Anointed One’s rhetoric over the last few days, and the scandals involving Military Absentee Ballots and pre-programmed Electronic Voting machines.

    Just be ready come next Wednesday after most of the results come in.

  2. Mr Evilwrench says:

    I don’t think of the people that were so “aggrieved” by the Bush/Gore debacle as the shooty type, and they really didn’t get much traction with most of the public. After confirmations, it’s only the true believers that still carrythat turd around in their pockets. As for stuart smalley, well, they call it Minnesoviet for a reason; I wouldn’t have been surprised for them to elect that jackass legitimately. The polls are giving us some big expectations this time, and a lot is at stake.

  3. Jake says:

    Alan, I think a comment I made earlier may have gotten caught in the spam filter. If not, let me know and I’ll try to reconstruct it.

  4. Jay G. says:

    People need to pay f**king attention, first.

    I don’t think enough are, yet. I think once enough are, things are going to really bad really fast…

  5. TJP says:

    So yeah, it can happen here:


    It depends on provocation. Tax cows who demand accountability from corrupt officials will get threats of deadly force in return. That’s the required type of provocation. If the situation goes down Athens-style, the tax parasites will blame the tax cows and make kissy faces at the Department of Machineguns and Paranoia.

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  7. dustydog says:

    First college professors will walk off the job because they aren’t being paid. College kids, who paid tuition and are on the hook, will howl. Nobody will care.

    Non-essential government workers will walk off the job because they aren’t being paid. Nobody will care.

    The government will force some professionals to stop working with the threat of force, to compel revenue (probably medical professionals, trash collection, utilities). People will be angry. Farmers will be promised more and more (without actually getting what is being promised), to keep sending food to the cities.

    Cops and firefighters will walk off the job because they aren’t being paid. A few bad cops will start on crime sprees, a few bad firefighters will be arsonists. Their actions will push the nation into chaos.

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