Tuesday, November 4, 2008

voter fraud - it's begun in PA

As a previous post noted, Philadelphia County is Bambi's only hope in Pennsylvania. Western PA is at least a push if not lost due to the coal comments and the Flapping Mouth of Murtha. No other portion of PA carries enough votes to defeat the middle.

The Bambi People are trying to do to the general election what they did in the caucuses. It's just insulting.

This story is elsewhere, but Power Line does a good job.

The issue: GOP Election Board members have been tossed out of polling stations in more than half a dozen polling stations in Philadelphia because of their party status.

A liberal judge previously ruled that court-appointed Republican poll watchers could be removed from their boards by an on-site election judge, citing their "minority" status as cause.

It is the duty of election board workers to monitor and guard the integrity of the voting process.

Those on site as describing it as "pandemonium" and there may be video coming of the chaos.


The City of Brotherly Love was roiled in controversy during the 2004 election because of rigged voting machines that showed nearly 2,000 votes for Democratic presidential candidate John Kerry before the polls had opened. A man also used a gun to intimidate poll workers at Ward 30, division 11 in 2004.

The response: The McCain-Palin campaign launched the Honest and Open Election hotline to help citizens learn the location of their polling place, as well as report any instances of irregularities at the polls, including voter fraud, intimidation, violence and electioneering. The hotline can be accessed via phone at: 866-976-VOTE.

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