CT GOV: Bag of Uncounted Ballots “Found”

    UPDATE [H/T: Ace]: CT voter fraud caught on video … … Mayor Jason McCoy has obtained a video that was taken inside a polling place in Bridgeport and shows a poll watcher warning a poll worker not to mix unofficial ballots with official ballots. She ignores him and he is escorted away. There are additional charges: Some voters were given more than one ballot Other | Read More »

    CT GOV: Bag of Uncounted Ballots “Found”

    UPDATE [H/T: Ace]: CT voter fraud caught on video … … Mayor Jason McCoy has obtained a video that was taken inside a polling place in Bridgeport and shows a poll watcher warning a poll worker not to mix unofficial ballots with official ballots. She ignores him and he is escorted away. There are additional charges: Some voters were given more than one ballot Other | Read More »

    Was The SC Democrat Primary a Test Run for Massive November Voter Fraud?

    An article in FoxNews.com exposes the potential for massive voter fraud using electronic voting machines.  Were the ES&S electronic voting machines in South Carolina tampered with?  How is it possible that a total unknown like Alvin Greene, who ran no campaign and is facing a felony conviction, was able to win over the official Democrat Party nominee by 59% of the vote?  That is a virtual landslide.  Mr. Greene won 11% | Read More »

    Thank You Curtis Coleman For Turning Up The Heat

    Arkansas businessman Curtis Coleman announced his candidacy for Senate. He was a former adviser to Mike Huckabee. I’m still researching Curtis Coleman and I am not a big fan of Mike Huckabee. I don’t care much. I am still thankful that someone stepped up to the plate before the fall legislative session. The free ride for Blanche Lincoln stops now. Never underestimate the power of | Read More »

    A Double Edged Sword

    I’ve been watching the Minnesota Senate recount with a depressing sense of déja vu. After all, we had our own recount fiasco here in Washington in 2004, when King County stole the gubernatorial election for Christine Gregoire, which is the long way of saying that I had very little hope from the beginning that this election would turn any other way than with Al Franken | Read More »

    Election Theft in Minnesota?

    The Wall Street Journal in an Op Ed published on Monday, Funny Business in Minnesota, made the case that funnyman Al Franken is stealing the disputed U.S. Senate election from Senator Norm Coleman in Minnesota.  After the first count of ballots, Senator Norm Coleman retained a 215 vote lead, but the margin of victory triggered a mandatory recount of the election.  After a recount, Franken emerged with a | Read More »

    Minnesota: Banana Republic?

    Minnesota enjoys a reputation as a progressive, highly-educated, hard-working paragon of Midwestern virtue. It is the polar opposite of my adopted home state of Louisiana. Minnesota is near the top on all the “good” quality-of-life lists. Louisiana is in the cellar, or nearly so, on the same lists. Minnesota’s 5.2 million citizens have a per capita tax burden ($2,890) that is #4 among the states, | Read More »

    Stealing in Minnesota …

    If ever an occasion has called for the entirety of the Republican Party, from the most Conservative Republican to the most squishy “Bipartisan”, to rise up and take to the streets, this, the so-called “Recount” being conducted by a supposedly “Bipartisan” canvassing board in Minnesota, is it. The fact that the MNGOP is not running ads, calling daily Press Conferences, and inundating the air waves | Read More »

    A Call to Arms! (Coleman – MN)

    We all know about the race between Senator Coleman (R) and his challenger, former SNL comedy writer Al Franken (D).  Probably all of us know how Senator Coleman has been ahead in the count by some 700 votes, and we know how these votes keep getting chipped away at.  We probably all know that the MN Sec of State is “one of those” (read – ACORN).  But you likely | Read More »

    MN: Coleman Wins Re-Count

    With 98% of ballots re-counted in MN Coleman leads by 316 ballots and only Wright County is left to count its ballots (Coleman won this county big) The Coleman camp challenged 3,241 to 3,085 for Frankin It does seem however Frankin is intent on taking this all way to US Senate and if this happens then any sense of Republicans working with Reid should go | Read More »

    See the MN Ballots

    It looks like the StarTribune is posting photos of the disputed ballots. Take a look and judge for yourself. http://senaterecount.startribune.com/

    MN Senate Race Update

    With 65% of the ballots re-counted Coleman is up 149 votes. The Frankin camp has challenged 881 votes to 875 by Coleman camp Most of the Dem stronghold of St Louis County (80% in) and Frankin gained only 20 votes so far there. Hennepin county has 60% in and Coleman has gained 20 votes here so far. The big Dem county of Ramsey still has | Read More »

    One down, two to go…..

    Just like I said it would….for the Democrats. Stevens-checkColeman-well on the wayChambliss “appears to be a challenge” but give ACORN some time and they’ll deliever Martin to D.C. just like I and many of the other posters said they would this is no normal election yearthis is no normal election cyclethis is not a democratic electionthese are irrational, angry Democrats who will do nothing short | Read More »

    Expect the last 3 Senate races to get swept by the Dems

    This Administration is proving to me that they take no prisioners and will rule with an iron fist. Evidenced by their first choice of Chief of Staff, hardly a centrist, this is only the beginning. MN Senator Norm Coleman’s lead is apparantly down to 221 and fading by the day. At this rate, I completely expect MN to have a new Senator by sometime early | Read More »