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Democrats are trading crack for completed voter registration cards. I guess they ran out of cigarettes?

Voter fraud case traced to Defiance County registrations volunteer

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Defiance County Sheriff David Westrick said that Mr. Staton was working on behalf of a Toledo woman, Georgianne Pitts, to register new voters. She, in turn, was working on behalf of the NAACP National Voter Fund, which was formed by the NAACP in 2000 to register new voters.

Sheriff Westrick said that Pitts, 41, of Toledo, admitted she gave Mr. Staton crack cocaine in lieu of cash for supplying her with completed voter registration forms. The sheriff declined to say how much crack cocaine Pitts supplied Mr. Staton, or to say whether Pitts knew that the forms Mr. Staton gave her were falsified.

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post #2 of 11
This is one unlawful Democrat, how'd you get it into your head that this is a policy that the DNP set up?


You amaze me sometimes, Scott.
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This is one unlawful Democrat, how'd you get it into your head that this is a policy that the DNP set up?


You amaze me sometimes, Scott.

Easy, right now the GOP is corrupt to the core so it logically follows that the DNC is too.

Do not look into the large scale voter fraud in Nevada, Florida, Ohio, and other places perpertraited by a RNC company. Instead, we should believe the actions of one corrupt person represent an entire party?

I don't get it scott. Yeah, this is bad and wrong. Noone here will deny it. Knowing that, why didn't you include the voter fraud conducted by the RNC? Just wondering.
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Smells like Rove.
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Smells like Rove.

I love the first section of your signature.
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Smells like Rove.

Rove, history has shown, is by no means above planting someone to do just that.
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The best explanation to voter fraud is that a republican is behind it?
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Originally posted by Scott
The best explanation to voter fraud is that a republican is behind it?

If you go by seriousness and spread, then, well; yes.

The best explanation to voter fraud is usually demonstrably that a republican is behind it.
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post #10 of 11
Was the una-bomber a democrat or a republican? Lets go take a count of the democrats and republicians in prison and brand that political party as evil.
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Originally posted by Harald
If you go by seriousness and spread, then, well; yes.

The best explanation to voter fraud is usually demonstrably that a republican is behind it.

Head in sand time.
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