DNA Used to Catch Man Voting Over and Over

Jun 25, 2014 | Posted by: roboblogger | Full story: WIBA-AM Madison

How convinced may Robert Monroe have been that his vote in the 2012 presidential election mattered? So much so that the Wisconsin man allegedly cast an in-person absentee ballot in Shorewood on Nov. 1 then rented a car and drove some 250 miles to Lebanon, Ind., five days later, using his driver's license from that state to do so.

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L Craig s Hush Puppies

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Jun 25, 2014
 
But he voted for Obama in Wisconsin and for Bishop Romney in Indiana....
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L Craig s Hush Puppies wrote:
But he voted for Obama in Wisconsin and for Bishop Romney in Indiana....
Seems fair,, and balanced,,!

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If you put your mind to it you can do anything!

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Voter fraud, I thought we were told it is a myth and voter ID is racist!?

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Voter fraud, I thought we were told it is a myth and voter ID is racist!?
Turn's out he had the generic teaparty DNA.......phew.....

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<quoted text> Turn's out he had the generic teaparty DNA.......phew.....
I did read between the lines. That is why Democrats and Republicans and Libertarians and Independents should agree to voter ID like most other civilized industrialized nations have.
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Voter fraud, I thought we were told it is a myth and voter ID is racist!?
That's because tee baggrz bigots assiduously cannot tell "anecdotal" from "statistical."

We have a long tradition in this country of right wing racists trying to develop bureaucratic methods to disfranchise minority voters. Other countries do not have this same tradition...and surely not well into the 20th Century. So as a result of this history the courts have looked askance at these sorts of voter suppression techniques, especially as there's never been any proof of widespread voter fraud.(There have been pockets - certainly in Chicago decades ago and I believe in Philly, but not widespread voter fraud in the aggregate.)

But an explanation like that assumes the reader has a mind and is not a bigot. A poor assumption.

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