Bassett Man Pleads Guilty to Voter Fr...

Bassett Man Pleads Guilty to Voter Fraud, Perjury

There are 46 comments on the NBC29 Charlottesville story from Jun 17, 2013, titled Bassett Man Pleads Guilty to Voter Fraud, Perjury. In it, NBC29 Charlottesville reports that:

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John

Charlottesville, VA

#43 Jun 22, 2013
The Dude wrote:
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This is a great post that sums up why the GOP base is shrinking. It's not that people are leaving the republican party, it's that the republican party is leaving them.
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It appears that you've been duped by the party of proclaimed moral superiority and pseudo-patriotism.
I am a conservative leaning more toward the libertarian viewpoint each day. I grew up democrat, got sick of their lies, moved to the republicans, now tiring of theirs. Next.

“Don't Drink The Obama Kool-Aid”

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You don't need to know, Va.

#44 Jun 22, 2013
The Dude wrote:
<quoted text>Which supports what conclusions about voter fraud? Absolutely nothing, all it does is prove that this election was more important to Black Americans that do and have the documentation to vote. Furthermore, your slanted opinion spin piece does not state that it was the first time since '96 that white voter turnout declined, due to voter apathy. That does not address disenfranchisement. Many legal voters don't vote due to either frustration of the political system and feel there is little choice between the evils presented, the feeling that they are powerless to affect change, or due to apathy. None of that has to do with anything that suggests voter fraud or the conspiracy that is how Obama won. I know you can't wrap your head around it, but your party is alienating people, it's possible that they've finally alienated enough to lose elections. Apparently even the Republicans are on to this...
http://www.reuters.com/article/2013/03/18/us-...
Why do you want to change the subject every time you are on the losing end of an argument? My point was that the libs kept saying that voter id laws would suppress minority voting, but in the 2012 elections more blacks voted than in any prior election. So much for the so called voter suppression argument.
The Dude

Lovettsville, VA

#45 Jun 23, 2013
Im Ya Huckleberry wrote:
<quoted text>Why do you want to change the subject every time you are on the losing end of an argument? My point was that the libs kept saying that voter id laws would suppress minority voting, but in the 2012 elections more blacks voted than in any prior election. So much for the so called voter suppression argument.
I didn't change the subject, I questioned the conclusion you made based on a propaganda piece that cited no source and left out critical information. The fact that more Black Americans voted in the past election has nothing to do with voter suppression of minorities, nor does the fact that less White Americans voting in the past election had anything to do with voter suppression of minorities. All it means that more Black Americans were less apathetic, or more proactive. It has nothing to do with voter suppression of minorities. You are drawing a conclusion from something that is completely unrelated. Let me repeat this again... IT HAS NOTHING TO DO WITH VOTER SUPPRESSION. Confusing association with causation is a logical fallacy.
The Dude

Lovettsville, VA

#46 Jun 23, 2013
John wrote:
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I am a conservative leaning more toward the libertarian viewpoint each day. I grew up democrat, got sick of their lies, moved to the republicans, now tiring of theirs. Next.
Grew up staunch republican got tired of their lies, and became libertarian where the religious right has been assaulting us via the pseudo-libertarian tea party.
huck

Charlottesville, VA

#47 Jun 23, 2013
Im Ya Huckleberry wrote:
<quoted text> but in the 2012 elections more blacks voted than in any prior election. So much for the so called voter suppression argument.
WOW huck, you're a broken record, i've answered that one at least 10 times !!!!
the voter turn out was BECAUSE of the GOP attempts to suppress it
ya'll got em riled up
The Dude

Lovingston, VA

#48 Jun 23, 2013
huck wrote:
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WOW huck, you're a broken record, i've answered that one at least 10 times !!!!
the voter turn out was BECAUSE of the GOP attempts to suppress it
ya'll got em riled up
Using the same logic that Huck is using, voter ID laws suppressed the White American's vote and directly led to Romney being defeated. The last election had the lowest White American voter turn out since '96, it could be the only answer.

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