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zeus3925
08-09-2012, 12:18 PM
Ex staffers of former Republican presidential candidate Thaddeus McCotter have been charged with election fraud in Michigan. It seems they were a bit short on signatures so...

http://www.freep.com/article/20120809/NEWS15/120809030/State-charges-4-McCotter-ex-staffers-forging-petitions-faking-signatures-election-fiasco

Bayou Magic
08-09-2012, 12:26 PM
Good God! You got so excited you prematurely posted and then posted again! :)

gmhr1
08-09-2012, 12:46 PM
Criminal acts were commited good get them, and while they are at it get Stephanie Cutter Obamas deputy campaign manager for her role in breaking the law. Lets impeach Obama kick Romney out and start all over again. I say we have Kim Kardashian as Pres she knows how to run a business and I know the men will vote for her.

Obama takes another step lower he has a website asking for the publics help to dig up dirt on Romneys VP. He's like the kids bullying the poor lady on the bus. Yet in 2008 talking about John Mccain, Obama said If you dont have a record to run on you paint your opponent as someone to run from. Mccain is running a slash/burn campaign spending millions on negative ads to divide America, boy that sounds familiar.

zeus3925
08-09-2012, 02:29 PM
Only 244 out of 1830 McCarter's petition signatures were good.

http://www.freep.com/article/20120529/NEWS15/120529029/Only-244-McCotter-s-1-830-submitted-signatures-were-valid-official-calls-unprecedented-fraud

road kill
08-09-2012, 02:31 PM
Only 244 out of 1830 McCarter's

http://www.freep.com/article/20120529/NEWS15/120529029/Only-244-McCotter-s-1-830-submitted-signatures-were-valid-official-calls-unprecedented-fraudpetition signatures were good.
zeuss, what do you think we should do to those "bastiches???":mad:

zeus3925
08-09-2012, 02:42 PM
Point is that, all the yammering in these pages about the Dems committing fraud extends to the Republicans as well. The GOP supporters think the Jolly Big Elephant has a lock on ethical conduct. It does not.

As for what should be done, McCotter has already resigned. The judicial system will decide on the rest.

Cody Covey
08-09-2012, 02:48 PM
Point is that, all the yammering in these pages about the Dems committing fraud extends to the Republicans as well. The GOP supporters think the Jolly Big Elephant has a lock on ethical conduct. It does not.

As for what should be done, McCotter has already resigned. The judicial system will decide on the rest.
And yet it is your side that wants to continue to allow for this sort of thing to happen while the "big jolly elephant" wants to clean it up....

road kill
08-09-2012, 02:54 PM
Point is that, all the yammering in these pages about the Dems committing fraud extends to the Republicans as well. The GOP supporters think the Jolly Big Elephant has a lock on ethical conduct. It does not.

As for what should be done, McCotter has already resigned. The judicial system will decide on the rest.
So, based on the "yammering on these pages" about voter fraud cases, what do you think the score is??;-)
What do you think would curtail this voter fraud?

Voter ID??

Oh, wait, NO.....NOT THAT!!!!!:grab:

menmon
08-09-2012, 03:22 PM
Short of a DNA test....nothing stops fraud...

ARay11
08-09-2012, 03:28 PM
Short of a DNA test....nothing stops fraud...

:snipersmile:shoot me now.... I agree with Sambo.

I do think ID should be required...but I don't think it will stop all the abusers

zeus3925
08-09-2012, 04:36 PM
I have been in support of Voter ID in previous threads, provided it goes into effect with a long enough grace period to be implemented.

Voter ID wouldn't stop this kind of fraud. These were staffers that forged signatures. It is too bad for McCotter. Even though he was a conservative, he was bright and articulate and formally a rising star. This ends an otherwise promising career by staffers who tried to cut corners.

coachmo
08-09-2012, 05:31 PM
They must have inadvertently got their hands on the rolls of the dead democrats that usually vote in Michigan. Too bad for McCotter.