Friday, October 27, 2006

Democratic Fear Mongering about Voter Fraud Bites Them in the Butt

Jim Webb, the Democratic candidate for Senate in Virginia, courting black voters in Norfolk last week as he tried to unseat George Allen.

What Goes Around Comes Around

Liberals Sabotage Themselves

Democrats Fear Disillusionment in Black Voters - New York Times: By IAN URBINA, October 27, 2006.
Last weekend, Jim Webb, the Virginia Democrat who hopes to oust Senator George Allen, crammed in visits to 12 black churches, and for several weeks he has been pumping money into advertisements on black radio stations and in black newspapers.

In Missouri, Claire McCaskill, the Democrat trying to unseat Senator Jim Talent, has been running advertisements about sickle cell anemia, a genetic illness that mostly afflicts black people, and the importance of stem cell research in helping to find a cure. For Democrats like these in tight races, black voter turnout will be crucial on Election Day. But despite a generally buoyant Democratic Party nationally, there are worries among Democratic strategists in some states that blacks may not turn up at the polls in big enough numbers because of disillusionment over past shenanigans.

“This notion that elections are stolen and that elections are rigged is so common in the public sphere that we’re having to go out of our way to counter them this year,” said Donna Brazile, a Democratic strategist. This will be the first midterm election in which the Democratic Party is mobilizing teams of lawyers and poll watchers, to check for irregularities including suppression of the black vote, in at least a dozen of the closest districts, Ms. Brazile said. Democrats’ worries are backed up by a Pew Research Center report that found that blacks were twice as likely now than they were in 2004 to say they had little or no confidence in the voting system, rising to 29 percent from 15 percent. And more than three times as many blacks as whites, 29 percent versus 8 percent, say they do not believe that their vote will be accurately tallied.

Voting experts say the disillusionment is the cumulative effect of election problems in 2000 and 2004, and a reaction to new identification and voter registration laws. Long lines and shortages of poll workers in lower-income neighborhoods in the 2004 election and widespread reports of fliers with misinformation appearing in minority areas have also had a corrosive effect on confidence, experts say. The harder question is whether this jaded outlook will diminish turnout. Recent polls have found record levels of outrage from Democrats about the current political leadership, which may offset the effect of black disillusion.

The Value of This Blog

Here’s where the value of this blog will really come through. I am willing to say the truth about issues like this whereas most Americans, justifiably, will revert to being politically correct. Most of us are afraid of being called racist. Since I am obviously not racist, and love all Americans, of every ethnicity, color and creed, I can rest assured that my brothers of all races will tolerate me saying the truth, pulling no punches.

Democratic Demagoguery and Racism

This idea of voter fraud has come back to bite the Democrats. I find it to be quite funny.

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Why? Because many Democrats, more than Republicans, spend much of their day creating conspiracy theories, as I’ve said many times. They believe that everyone is out to get them. Oswald was not the lone gunman. The police planted evidence in the OJ trial. Republicans steal elections. This gives liberals the excuse always that they never lose elections. All elections are stolen from them. Phony authors create conspiracy theory books that Democrats read avidly. Phony websites inflame these fears. Phony broadcasters, like Keith Olberman, incite fear and mistrust.

Plus, Democrat and liberal leaders are the biggest racists around. They pump minorities full of these lies to inflame them against Republicans.

One of the biggest liars on the subject is Robert F. Kennedy Jr. himself, Election Stolen. Then, there is another lie-packed liberal movie (ala Michael Moore type thinking) about voter fraud, Votergate Project.

The Web is full of these phony stories by pseudo-intellectuals and faux scientists, snake-oil salesmen of the lowest morality.


Well, congratulations Democrats. You’ve succeeded. You’ve proven (not to me, nor to any other social scientist around) that (1) voter fraud exists, (2) that only Republicans commit voter fraud, (3) that this exclusively Republican voter fraud is rampant and widespread, (4) that millions of votes are lost by Democrats due to this, (5) that Kerry actually won the last election, and, moreover, (6) that all elections are stolen, Republican elections that is.

What do you Democratic leaders get for your demagogic effort? This is the funny part. Now, everyone believes you. Any election won by a Republican is stolen. Campaigns don’t matter. Polls don’t matter. The actual vote count doesn’t matter. Voting doesn’t matter at all; it’s rigged anyway. So? It’s useless for anyone to vote.

You’ve managed to convince Blacks of your lies, and the result is? Blacks, one of your biggest constituancies, might not vote, because they feel disenfranchised.

This is hilarious. You Democratic leaders have hung yourselves by your own petards.

Voter Fraud Fear Mongering

I blame both Democratic Party leaders and Blacks for this situation. I blame Democratic Party leaders for being the low-life demagogues that they are. I blame Blacks for being naïve.

Why do you, my beloved brothers, believe the Democratic Party? The Democrats just use you. Democratic leaders inflame your passions and remind you of racism at every turn. They don’t want you to think; they want you to hate. They want your thoughts clouded with doubt and paranoia. They don’t care for you. They just want your vote. Yet, you believe the Democrats are being honest with you. Why?

Get Educated

You, my noble fellow citizens, are intelligent. Figure things out for yourselves. Why are Democrats so concerned with voter turnout? Because, contrary to what is mistakenly believed, and to what you are lied to about, Black votes do matter. Every Black vote counts, and is counted. Yet, many of you buy the Democratic lies and might stay home.

Everyone needs to get educated on the matter. Everyone needs to do their own research. Scholars have studied the issue of voter fraud extensively.

For a start, go to the Internet to legitimate articles and real research, not the Kennedy phony stuff. Read articles like: "Report skeptical of fraud at polls. Little evidence found despite pending bills," By Richard Wolf
WASHINGTON — At a time when many states are instituting new requirements for voter registration and identification, a preliminary report to the U.S. Election Assistance Commission has found little evidence of the type of polling-place fraud those measures seek to stop. USA TODAY obtained the report from the commission four months after it was delivered by two consultants hired to write it. The commission has not distributed it publicly.

At least 11 states have approved new rules for independent voter-registration drives or requirements that voters produce specific forms of photo ID at polling places. Several of those laws have been blocked in court, most recently in Arizona last week. The House of Representatives last month approved a photo-ID law, now pending in the Senate.

The bipartisan report by two consultants to the election commission casts doubt on the problem those laws are intended to address. “There is widespread but not unanimous agreement that there is little polling-place fraud, or at least much less than is claimed, including voter impersonation, ‘dead' voters, non-citizen voting and felon voters,” the report says.
You can always find incidences of voter fraud, on both sides. Yet, overall, American elections are honest. Yes, John F. Kennedy stole Chicago in 1960. Yes, there aren’t enough voting stations in poor neighborhoods and the lines are longer. The key though, is logic. The voting station issue is a matter of money and political will. Poor neighborhoods have less of everything, from school supplies to voter stations. It has nothing to do with race or skin color. It has to do with money, period. If you live in one of these neighborhoods, go, stand in line, wait, persist, and vote. Your vote will be counted, even though it takes longer.

The Truth about Voter Fraud

What is the truth? There is voter fraud, but no more than in any year in our history. We in America have the most honest and legitimate elections in the world.

Every vote counts. Black votes are counted just as much as White votes.

Make My Day

You know what, though? Go ahead, make my day, Brother. Stay home. Don’t vote. Better for me. Not because you are Black, but because you, on average, are a likely Democratic voter, and I don’t want the Democrats to win.

A Better Alternative

A nobler alternative, though, my Friend, is to open your eyes and heart. The Republicans love you more. They respect you more. They don’t use you. They treat you with respect by telling you the truth. Democrats rely on their demeaning belief that you are too ignorant to figure out reality.

The better alternative is stop worrying about elections being stolen. Start thinking that your vote counts. Then, go out and vote. And, when you do, pull the lever or push the button for Republicans, any Republican. Throw the liars and race baiters out.

Republicans believe you can handle the truth. Come on over to the right side.


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charlie said...

Well now Mr Rock, you may be on to something. Is it possible that the disillusionment of the black community just may be that they feel used and abused by the political left in this country. They have followed in lock step with the Dems for years lead by a carrot on a stick. The carrot was empowerment, they were given empty promises and taken for granted for years and then fed more empty promises. Could it be that someone told them that a Republican freed the slaves, that Democrats in the south keep segration as a way of life. They came kicking and screaming to the table of desegration.
which political party gave you a black Secretary of State, and then a Black Woman as Secretary of State. As I see it the Republican Party has delivered what the Democrats promised. Do I believe that Republicans will get the black vote, no, but I de believe that the number of blacks voting will grow in each election.

Oh by the way, I posted a new blog today, take a look

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Rock said...

Charlie, you're dead-on. I believe that, while some Republicans of the past were definitely racists, and some now (as some Democrats are), most Republicans now are good, welcoming people to all races. Plus, the Party itself is the only party that will give Blacks prosperity and a position of importance within the Party and the system. You're right, Colin Powell, Condoleeza Rice, and on and on. The Republican Party won't, as you say, get the majority of Black votes, but they will get an ever-increasing number. This is good for the Party, good for Blacks, and good for America.

Rock said...

Charlie, I just went to check out your blog, but your name doesn't click to anywhere. Maybe this is the fault of Blogger, it's been acting up lately. I'll keep coming back to try. I look forward to seeing it.

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Sarge Charlie said...

Thank you for your kind comments, I hope to see you on my blog soon, I am presently into history and will be for a few more days. Most of all I am having fun with a newfound toy.