ONLY the DEMOCRATS are AGAINST voter IDs

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#528 Jul 20, 2012
Gorky wrote:
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If you had ethics, and if you had read my post carefully, you would not have posted what you posted.
Voter fraud is a rare occurrence, easily discovered, and severely punished. Your post is at best a diversion from the truth.
My post was exactly what you decided for yourself.

You are willing to allow illegal activity to continue ethics would require you to stop illegal activity whereever it appears.

Ethics cannot place a number limit on how much crime is permitted before it is seen as a crime.

If one person votes that is not elgible to vote a crime has been committed.

You with your own hand said that the crime of voter fraud is acceptable to you.
Gorky

Albuquerque, NM

#529 Jul 20, 2012
Land Locked Sailor wrote:
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It is coming along just nicely, Florida got a victory, and now more states will be able to clean up the voters lists, and that will reduce voter problems.
LMAO that you have ethics...And what have i said that makes you so able to make your comment that i have no ethics, are you folllowing ABC News style now...
You said that "...more states will be able to clean up the voters lists and that will reduce voter problems..." meaning that fewer people will be able to vote. You see voter suppression as a victory.
Gorky

Albuquerque, NM

#530 Jul 20, 2012
Rigid wrote:
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My post was exactly what you decided for yourself.
You are willing to allow illegal activity to continue ethics would require you to stop illegal activity whereever it appears.
Ethics cannot place a number limit on how much crime is permitted before it is seen as a crime.
If one person votes that is not elgible to vote a crime has been committed.
You with your own hand said that the crime of voter fraud is acceptable to you.
To the contrary, illegal activity is not allowed, but it happens anyhow. Voter fraud is the easiest and therefore easiest and quickest to remedy. It is not acceptable to cheat with voter fraud. That is why US counties have methods in place to detect voter fraud. You can't always catch fraud when it happens, but voter fraud is easy to discover and to make adjustments for.

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#531 Jul 20, 2012
Gorky wrote:
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To the contrary, illegal activity is not allowed, but it happens anyhow. Voter fraud is the easiest and therefore easiest and quickest to remedy. It is not acceptable to cheat with voter fraud. That is why US counties have methods in place to detect voter fraud. You can't always catch fraud when it happens, but voter fraud is easy to discover and to make adjustments for.
Do you know what "crime prevention" is and what the term suggests?

Do you agree with crime prevention or are you satisfied having to react after a crime has been committed?

do you lock the doors of your house when you leave? do you lock your car doors at while it's parked in your driveway or in a parking lot in town?

I have a feeling you are being a hypocrite when it comes to preventing the crime of voter fraud since you know full well that there are ways to PREVENT it from occuring.

Gorky

Albuquerque, NM

#532 Jul 21, 2012
Using "crime prevention" as an excuse to suppress votes is wrong.

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#533 Jul 21, 2012
Gorky wrote:
Using "crime prevention" as an excuse to suppress votes is wrong.
The only wrong is you supporting illegal activity to the detriment of the country.

you might as well speak your approval of all illegal activity and stop being a hypocrite who picks and chooses what crimes they support.

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#534 Jul 21, 2012
Gorky wrote:
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You said that "...more states will be able to clean up the voters lists and that will reduce voter problems..." meaning that fewer people will be able to vote. You see voter suppression as a victory.
Sunland Park is the closest and latest example of voter fraud that was used to discredit an election, having out dated, sloppy voter records do not constitute a smooth organization, But in your liberal mind accurate and up to date records, I will assume you are against any law that requires voting records to be accurate and purged ever, because we would hate to have a voter not being able to vote from the grave...

http://www.lcsun-news.com/ci_21071873/sunland...

http://news.yahoo.com/dogs-dead-people-electi...
Gorky

Albuquerque, NM

#535 Jul 21, 2012
Land Locked Sailor wrote:
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Sunland Park is the closest and latest example of voter fraud that was used to discredit an election, having out dated, sloppy voter records do not constitute a smooth organization, But in your liberal mind accurate and up to date records, I will assume you are against any law that requires voting records to be accurate and purged ever, because we would hate to have a voter not being able to vote from the grave...
http://www.lcsun-news.com/ci_21071873/sunland...
http://news.yahoo.com/dogs-dead-people-electi...
True, and the system worked, the culprit was caught and is being punished, and the sanctity of the vote was preserved.

The registers should be purged of citizens who are no longer eligible to vote. What more do you want?

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#536 Jul 21, 2012
Gorky wrote:
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True, and the system worked, the culprit was caught and is being punished, and the sanctity of the vote was preserved.
The registers should be purged of citizens who are no longer eligible to vote. What more do you want?
How much did it cost to catch the culprit?

How much did it cost to prosecute the culprit?

How much did it cost to right the wrong?

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#537 Jul 21, 2012
Gorky wrote:
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True, and the system worked, the culprit was caught and is being punished, and the sanctity of the vote was preserved.
The registers should be purged of citizens who are no longer eligible to vote. What more do you want?
The culpruit was caught by extreme circumstances used by the state, not because the local officals were on the ball.

So now cleanining up the voter roll is okay by you, yet post #529 i was suppressing voters, Make up you mind...
Not our DA

Alamogordo, NM

#538 Jul 21, 2012
Land Locked Sailor wrote:
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Sunland Park is the closest and latest example of voter fraud that was used to discredit an election, having out dated, sloppy voter records do not constitute a smooth organization, But in your liberal mind accurate and up to date records, I will assume you are against any law that requires voting records to be accurate and purged ever, because we would hate to have a voter not being able to vote from the grave...
http://www.lcsun-news.com/ci_21071873/sunland...
http://news.yahoo.com/dogs-dead-people-electi...
30 Texans register to vote in Ruidoso
http://www.abqjournal.com/main/2010/08/10/abq...

Our DA said this is not criminal. What does the next DA over call a press conference to announce it?
Gorky

Albuquerque, NM

#539 Jul 21, 2012
Land Locked Sailor wrote:
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The culpruit was caught by extreme circumstances used by the state, not because the local officals were on the ball.
So now cleanining up the voter roll is okay by you, yet post #529 i was suppressing voters, Make up you mind...
Of course I would expect that people who moved away or died or felons who had not completed their prohibition requirements, be removed from the roles.

Election fraud is when interest groups remove legal voters for other reasons, namely to influence the outcome of the election in their favor. Requiring voter ID to vote is the main example. Do your research. I have done mine - citations can be found on this thread.

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#540 Jul 21, 2012
Gorky wrote:
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Of course I would expect that people who moved away or died or felons who had not completed their prohibition requirements, be removed from the roles.
Election fraud is when interest groups remove legal voters for other reasons, namely to influence the outcome of the election in their favor. Requiring voter ID to vote is the main example. Do your research. I have done mine - citations can be found on this thread.
Please tell us which interest groups have control of the voter registration roles?

Are you accusing the county and state officials of criminally removing legal voters from the roles?

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#541 Jul 21, 2012
Gorky wrote:
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Of course I would expect that people who moved away or died or felons who had not completed their prohibition requirements, be removed from the roles.
Election fraud is when interest groups remove legal voters for other reasons, namely to influence the outcome of the election in their favor. Requiring voter ID to vote is the main example. Do your research. I have done mine - citations can be found on this thread.
Your research / opinions keep changing, some days you want a test before someone can vote, then you are against anyone voting using an id, and cleaning the voters role is bad, and then it isn't, and now some mysterious group is determining an election by removing voters who you claim are legal. Funny how liberals and democrat machine can bus thousands of people to events / protests against conservative causes, yet you let the poor, the walking, the senior, all sit at home on election day unless they are voting democrat.

I just have no idea how you survice living day to day here in America, instead of Germany the place you love so much.
Gorky

Albuquerque, NM

#542 Jul 21, 2012
Land Locked Sailor wrote:
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Your research / opinions keep changing, some days you want a test before someone can vote, then you are against anyone voting using an id, and cleaning the voters role is bad, and then it isn't, and now some mysterious group is determining an election by removing voters who you claim are legal. Funny how liberals and democrat machine can bus thousands of people to events / protests against conservative causes, yet you let the poor, the walking, the senior, all sit at home on election day unless they are voting democrat.
I just have no idea how you survice living day to day here in America, instead of Germany the place you love so much.
It is not all that complex. Ask a trusted adult if you have questions and rest assured that I am where I want to be and where I need to be.

Both parties and most service club volunteers are happy to taxi anyone to their polling places. I am just as sure that both parties and service club volunteers will drive anyone, including opposite party members to vote and take them shopping, if need be. This is what healthy communities do, Sailor, regardless of political affiliation.
Gorky

Albuquerque, NM

#543 Jul 28, 2012
Voter fraud IS rare, but it does happen.

Here's why Romney will NEVER release his tax forms, and why we need to keep hounding him

by Black Max

Short diary, few links, but deadly serious. No snark. And unfortunately no proof. But I intend to perpetuate this meme as much as possible until Team Romdroid proves it wrong by releasing Romney's tax returns. Which if I'm right, they will never, ever do. And here's why, in my opinion.

Clear enough. Mittens is likely guilty of voter fraud, by living in California (or perhaps New Hampshire), owning no property in Massachusetts, yet voting in the 2010 election by claiming he "resided" in his son's unfinished basement. He's denied it, and though I'm not a Massachusetts political junkie and therefore know few details about how he's managed to fend off the charges of voter fraud, he's so far managed to dodge the story almost entirely.

The tax returns, along with showing just how unethically and unpatriotically clever he's been in sheltering his Rmillions from Uncle Sam and the IRS, will also prove that he resided legally in California when he trundled his rich ass back to MA to cast an illegal vote for Scott Brown.

Mittens: one of the very small number of Americans who actually did commit voter fraud. If I'm not mistaken, the form of fraud he committed in Massachusetts is a felony.

Releasing his tax forms would prove he committed felonious voter fraud. That's my thinking.

That's why he won't release them, and that's why we need to keep hounding him about it. We also need to accuse him of voter fraud, using the info above, and keep after him to disprove the allegation by releasing his tax returns.

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http://www.dailykos.com/story/2012/07/28/1114...

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#544 Jul 28, 2012
Gorky wrote:
Voter fraud IS rare, but it does happen.
Here's why Romney will NEVER release his tax forms, and why we need to keep hounding him
by Black Max
Short diary, few links, but deadly serious. No snark. And unfortunately no proof. But I intend to perpetuate this meme as much as possible until Team Romdroid proves it wrong by releasing Romney's tax returns. Which if I'm right, they will never, ever do. And here's why, in my opinion.
Clear enough. Mittens is likely guilty of voter fraud, by living in California (or perhaps New Hampshire), owning no property in Massachusetts, yet voting in the 2010 election by claiming he "resided" in his son's unfinished basement. He's denied it, and though I'm not a Massachusetts political junkie and therefore know few details about how he's managed to fend off the charges of voter fraud, he's so far managed to dodge the story almost entirely.
The tax returns, along with showing just how unethically and unpatriotically clever he's been in sheltering his Rmillions from Uncle Sam and the IRS, will also prove that he resided legally in California when he trundled his rich ass back to MA to cast an illegal vote for Scott Brown.
Mittens: one of the very small number of Americans who actually did commit voter fraud. If I'm not mistaken, the form of fraud he committed in Massachusetts is a felony.
Releasing his tax forms would prove he committed felonious voter fraud. That's my thinking.
That's why he won't release them, and that's why we need to keep hounding him about it. We also need to accuse him of voter fraud, using the info above, and keep after him to disprove the allegation by releasing his tax returns.
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http://www.dailykos.com/story/2012/07/28/1114...
Hey gorky, could you post a link to the Presidents school records and tax returns for the years 1980 thru 2005 I would like to see them.

Thanks

Since: Sep 08

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#545 Jul 28, 2012
Gorky wrote:
Voter fraud IS rare, but it does happen.
Here's why Romney will NEVER release his tax forms, and why we need to keep hounding him
by Black Max
Short diary, few links, but deadly serious. No snark. And unfortunately no proof. But I intend to perpetuate this meme as much as possible until Team Romdroid proves it wrong by releasing Romney's tax returns. Which if I'm right, they will never, ever do. And here's why, in my opinion.
Clear enough. Mittens is likely guilty of voter fraud, by living in California (or perhaps New Hampshire), owning no property in Massachusetts, yet voting in the 2010 election by claiming he "resided" in his son's unfinished basement. He's denied it, and though I'm not a Massachusetts political junkie and therefore know few details about how he's managed to fend off the charges of voter fraud, he's so far managed to dodge the story almost entirely.
The tax returns, along with showing just how unethically and unpatriotically clever he's been in sheltering his Rmillions from Uncle Sam and the IRS, will also prove that he resided legally in California when he trundled his rich ass back to MA to cast an illegal vote for Scott Brown.
Mittens: one of the very small number of Americans who actually did commit voter fraud. If I'm not mistaken, the form of fraud he committed in Massachusetts is a felony.
Releasing his tax forms would prove he committed felonious voter fraud. That's my thinking.
That's why he won't release them, and that's why we need to keep hounding him about it. We also need to accuse him of voter fraud, using the info above, and keep after him to disprove the allegation by releasing his tax returns.
- more -
http://www.dailykos.com/story/2012/07/28/1114...
Where is Obama college record, Where is Obama history, Where are the jobs, Where is the change, Voter fraud happens, democrats just will not investiagate them, Thank God Sunland Park got caught and the truth is coming out, Even the librarian was indicted for voter fraud...
Gorky

Albuquerque, NM

#546 Jul 28, 2012
Rigid wrote:
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Hey gorky, could you post a link to the Presidents school records and tax returns for the years 1980 thru 2005 I would like to see them.
Thanks
Sorry, you have the wrong address. Try the number used by Obama's "Birth Certificate" deniers. I'm sure they will be happy to help.

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#547 Aug 16, 2012
Chris Mathhews of MSNBC today pretty much said that Blacks are lazy voters, They do not like to mail in their absent ballots, They do not trust the post office to deliver their ballet, They want to vote after Church on sunday (which is not an option), and they have transportation, reading, ability to remember, and it must be a poll tax at the end...They even got in Ohio laws and Pernnsylavania laws in this shirt new clip...

And Obama low approval numbers and failed policies are all the fault of Congress, Not him, Congress..

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