Dems always carry the dead demographic

Wisconsin DNC is apparently organizing the effort to canvas local cemeteries for signatures on their petition to force a recall vote for Governor Scott Walker. What losers.

I think that starting in 2012, Wisconsin voters will be required to show ID before voting. To Murdoc, it seems insane that it was ever possible to vote WITHOUT showing ID, but whatever. It’s the law now.

That will probably hurt their chances at the polls, but it won’t stop dead people from showing up on the petition to get the issue on the ballot in the first place.

Murdoc hopes this is a hoax. He thinks it probably isn’t.


  1. It’s said “Set a Thief to Catch a Thief”. These people know where very very reliable voters names can be found

  2. Abridgement?

    “Article XV, Section 1.
    The right of citizens of the United States to vote shall not be denied or abridged by the United States or by any State on account of race, color, or previous condition of servitude–”

    I don’t know about other states, nor how exactly it can be spoofed, but my only ID requirement is a bit of paper I get in the mail for being a local resident. I show that paper to the nice ladies at the voting station and they say ‘Go Vote’. I assume that this is the case nation wide. Rumor has it that these new ID Requirements are obscure and hard to get (esp. for the poor and elderly ie Democrat voters), among other obstacles.

    1. Government-issued photo ID required in Michigan.

      Murdoc has no trust in voting results from places that do not require such. He assumes that all results from those districts are rigged and cheated unless it can be proven otherwise.

      I trust those polls less than I trust the ones with electronic-only voting machines.

      I will be right up front and honest: I have no room for compromise on this. Not one inch. If official photo ID is not required and the requirement enforced, I assume the election results are fraudulent.

      Not illegal, of course. Just fraudulent. Intentionally fraudulent.

      The one thing I’ve seen/heard of that I’m open to discussing as an alternative would be an indelible mark on voters, like the purple fingers in Iraq. It even has some advantages over photo ID requirements. But it would still leave open the question of whether or not the voter is a legal voter.

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