Re: A little voter fraud
- From: Buzz <buzzard99@xxxxxxx>
- Date: Sat, 31 Dec 2011 16:54:00 -0500
On Sat, 31 Dec 2011 15:31:11 -0600, JAB <here@xxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
On Sat, 31 Dec 2011 14:41:56 -0500, Buzz <buzzard99@xxxxxxx> wrote:
It's also obvious why the
DailyKos carries his ramblings...it's aimed at readers who don't
engage their brains, but just BELIEVE.
News, from the Corn Belt (Midwest, for dummies):
Gingrich: I missed the Virginia ballot because of voter fraud
CNN today in Algona captured audio of Newt Gingrich saying he didn?t
make it onto the Virginia ballot because of voter fraud.
?We hired somebody who turned in false signatures. We turned in 11,100
? we needed 10,000 ? 1,500 of them were by one guy who frankly
committed fraud,? the cable news channel quoted the former U.S. House
Speaker and 2012 Republican presidential candidate.
"It has been reported that Newt submitted roughly 11,000 plus
signatures and the election officials were unable to confirm at least
10,000 of these were valid qualifying voters (we don't yet know how
many actual signatures were determined to be valid or false).
That means at a minimum that 9 to 10% of the signatures Newt's
proxies gathered were non-qualifying or fraudulent"
So, according to Melvin Junko, 10,000 our of 11,000 is 9 or 10%.
Or continue as always.
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