The Obama victory strategy: Lie, cheat & steal…
I would suggest that if Mitt Romney avoids shooting himself in foot he will win this election, and will win by somewhere around 10 points. That’s good news. The bad news however is that he will likely have to win by double digits in order to survive the Obama campaign’s plan to employ a phalanx of lawyers to somehow wrest factory out of the jaws | Read More »
Florida Governor’s Race — RICK SCOTT WINS !!!!!!!! — Sink Concedes.
I’m shaking – no joke. It’s over. Freedom wins a little bit in Florida. Honest: I’m gonna be one of Governor-Elect Scott’s worst nightmares and over-the-shoulder microscope-viewers to hold him to our state’s constitution and his word. If need be – and I pray that this will not be the case – I’ll be one of his harshest and most vocal critics too. God Bless | 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 »
RICO lawsuit filed against ACORN
In Ohio, a state Racketeer Influenced and Corrupt Organizations Act (RICO) lawsuit was against the Association of Community Organizations for Reform Now (ACORN).The lawsuit alleges ACORN has engaged in a pattern of corrupt activity that amounts to organized crime.It seeks ACORN’s dissolution as a legal entity, the revocation of any licenses in Ohio, and an injunction against fraudulent voter registration and other illegal activities.
Dial tone represents Ohio official’s concern about voter fraud
Stealing Ohio, chapter five.WTAM 1100’s Bob Frantz invited Ohio Secretary of State Jennifer Brunner’s Communications Director, Brian Clark, on air, to discuss the safeguards in place to prevent voter fraud in Ohio. They had lively discussion about the court case which, before the Secretary of State got it reversed on appeal, ordered verification of Ohio’s newly registered voters. When the conversation turned to specific allegations | Read More »