10/28/14 8:23 pm
The Dems will change their vote when they lose a few close elections. Remember how they howled after Al Gore was defeated (thank goodness--what a pathetic human being) by some hanging chads?
vbranger Hillary for Prison
10/28/14 7:44 am
You need an ID to apply for welfare, food-stamps, cash checks, rent a home, the list is endless. It makes me wonder how the poor can cash their welfare checks if you need an ID. Just another way reason why democrats a dummy's.
Captainbstring Biden is a Clown
10/27/14 8:43 pm
There is no legitimate reason not to have voter ID requirements. That absolute fact will simply not change regardless of what the pro-fraud people say. It matters not what they have to say about it. The Supreme Court does not agree with them either.
10/23/14 3:27 am
Evidently you missed the wave of voter fraud in 2014, and the slew of "issues" with early voting this round. But hey, keep those blinders on. Btw 1 case is too many. I stand by my statement.
mynewipad north of southern calif
10/22/14 11:17 pm
Wouldn't voter fraud require a massive number of people involved? And how could all of them stay silent? Or more likely, if I was going to rig an election, I wouldn't actually need people to vote, I'd pre- print/ stuff the ballot box.
10/22/14 9:24 pm
We had precincts where one candidate got more than 100% of the eligible votes. How likely is it that one candidate would get 100%, let alone over 100%?? But, there is no problem??? Right!!!
onendone On a Beach
10/22/14 7:42 pm
Absolutely it's an issue....of course you won't hear about it unless your going to alternate news sources that are willing to report on it.
10/22/14 4:38 pm
Voter apathy is much more a problem than fraud, although the later may be an issue. If more people elligible to vote did, then fraud woukd not be an issue.
10/22/14 3:54 pm
The funny thing is hearing conservatives act like somehow only the other side would try to commit voter fraud. Like there aren't die-hard conservatives that would cheat to win, too.
10/22/14 2:35 pm
Wow, 55% total coolaid guzzling fools,
between Oct 02 and Sept 05, just 38 cases were brought nationally, and of those, 14 ended in dismissals or acquittals, 11 in guilty pleas, and 13 in convictions. Such "rampant" Fraud
HappyLez No Worries... Be Happy
10/22/14 2:13 pm
Voter Fraud "occurrences" is and over exaggeration created by Republicans to Stop Democrats from voting.
I guess Repub's know that their candidates Stink and cheating is the only way they'll get elected...
10/22/14 2:07 pm
Voter fraud is bad, but when you create laws to prevent thousands, and hundreds of thousands legal Americans from voting, we have a greater issue.
Voter suppression is the evilest manifestation of voter fraud, and that needs to be dealt with first.
10/22/14 1:38 pm
Lol these results are hilarious... Voter fraud is negligible, at best... Maybe the attempts to make it happen are a problem, but as far as credibly fraudulent (see what I did) votes go, there's hardly any..
10/22/14 1:14 pm
I just got a call from someone saying that I registered to vote in another state and wanted to know if I intended to vote. I haven't lived in that state for over 5 years and I certainly didn't register. sounds like voter fraud to me.
10/22/14 1:13 pm
Between 2000 and 2010, there were:
649 million votes cast in general elections
47,000 UFO sightings
441 Americans killed by lightning
13 credible cases of in-person voter impersonation
10/22/14 12:37 pm
Of course. Liberals loving having illegals, minors, dead people to vote. It keeps them in power in many places. Everytime you hear about voter fraud its never for a Republican but always a Democrat. My grandparents were Republicans until they died.
hansorg Columbus, Indiana, USA
10/22/14 11:35 am
Voter fraud is not even a MINOR problem in the US. Voter ID is a single-party solution to a problem that doesn't exist. Unless that problem is young, minority, and disabled people voting. Then it's accomplishing exactly what they intended it to.
10/22/14 11:18 am
I don't think the extent of fraud is enough to make a noticeable difference. Unless the large majority of the fraudulent voting favors one candidate, it is probably close to a wash anyway.
10/22/14 10:00 am
I think studies essentially show that voter ID laws are a wash for both fraud prevention and minority vote suppression so from my perspective you either think the safeguard is worth it, or you don't.
Captainbstring Biden is a Clown
10/22/14 9:08 am
Exactly! The fallacious claims of "poll tax" and "voter suppression" are being exposed for the lies that they are. It's just like the "stop the snitchin'" idiocy in Philly.No one talks to the police and the thugs get to continue doing what they want.
Kendell Redlands, CA
10/22/14 8:38 am
I've never seen a Republican acknowledge that the number of votes suppressed far outweighs even the highest estimated number of cases of voter fraud. Until we make it affordable and easy to get an ID for all Americans, it is simply a political ploy.
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