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MN Democrats Trying To Make Voting Easier

As if the state with the highest voter turnout in the country, nearly 76% in 2012, needed improvement, Democrat legislators in Minnesota are considering proposals to make voting even easier. Flying under the media radar are two bills aimed at getting even more people to the polls at election time, allowing for early voting and modifying the absenteee voting process. ...

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Woman Votes Twice (Or More) But Denies Fraud

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Giving new meaning to the phrase, “Vote Early and Vote Often,” Florida poll worker Melowese Richardson admitted that she voted at least twice in the last election. The Democrat also filled out ballots for her daughter and brothers, mailing them in on their behalf. Richardson insists she has done nothing wrong. This woman thought it okay to cheat because of ...

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Woman Drives Over Husband. . .For Not Voting

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Yes, it’s true. Not voting can be hazardous to your health. A Gilbert, Arizona woman was arrested Saturday after she apparently drove over her husband. Holly Solomon believed that the family would suffer following the Obama reelection and became enraged when she discovered her husband had neglected to vote. The victim hid behind a light pole as Solomon tried to ...

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U.S Voters Don’t Know Who Elects the President

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Amazingly sad. From the YouTube Description: Luke Rudkowski hits the streets of NYC again to find out if the voting public knows anything about the U.S Electoral College system. The interviews are very telling with some people knowing about the system while others got it confused with college, the institution of learning. This video was shot November 5th of this ...

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Just One Vote

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For more than fifty years Paul Harvey was an iconic radio news broadcaster. His folksy tone and dramatic pauses were hallmarks of his program delivery and endeared him to the listeners. Harvey broadcast from a conservative viewpoint. One of his famous phrases was, “Self-government won’t work without self-discipline.” My personal favorite was the reminder, when talking about unbelievable happenings in ...

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Still Undecided? Maybe This Will Help.

I do not understand how anyone can be undecided at this stage of the game. The two candidates, Romney and Obama are the complete opposites of one another, Romney for less government and Obama for big government. It should be a no brainer, either you want more government intrusion in your life, or you do not. It is so simple ...

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Swing State Voters: Obamacare Will Cost You $$

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Three years after its passage the majority of Americans still are opposed to the Affordable Care Act (Obamacare).  A reelection of President Obama will assure that health care in America is forever changed. A vote for Mitt Romney will pave the way to repeal or change Obamacare. The effects of Obamacare are far reaching and will impact every state. But ...

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For the Undecided

Decidedly Liberals, Progressives, or Socialists are not swayed them from their unbridled compassion. Categorically, Conservatives know that there are now only two choices, slow intoxicating governmental growth, or mainline fascist socialism. God bless the undecided, for they are the hope of this world. The Undecided must balance their views with a sense of proportion. For instance, balance the need for ...

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Yes, Your Vote Counts!

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Yesterday, July 31, 2012 was a monumental day in Texas. Though the national media refuses to take notice, proclaiming that the Tea Party is dead, Ted Cruz “clinched the Texas Republican Senate nomination” by 13 percentage points over the establishment Republican candidate, David Dewhurst. Quite often, we hear someone say they never vote because their vote doesn’t count. History proves ...

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1001 Reasons to Vote Against Barack Obama: Closing Arguments

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The following points have been demonstrated and documented over the course of the previous posts: President Obama was elected in part due to a deceptive media that failed to properly vet an obviously radical president. Candidate Obama had a lengthy left-wing track voting record compiled from his days as a state senator and U.S. Senator, although the mainstream media worked ...

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1001 Reasons to Vote Against Barack Obama: Mitt Match-up Edition

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President Obama is a cigarette smoker who has failed to quit. Mitt Romney is not a smoker. Obama visibly drank alcohol on several occasions while in office. Romney does not drink alcohol. Or coffee. No one is quite sure what he drinks. In one of his many biographies, Obama confessed to using pot and a little blow. Mitt Romney does ...

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