· DOJ sues states over photo ID laws. We have seen the lawsuits against states who are trying to prevent voter fraud. In their usual tactic to completely switch it around to make it seem as if states are trying to prevent minority votes, Obama’s DOJ is bringing lawsuits against those states . We need photo ID to take tests, to play on a soccer team, to fly, to see your doctor, to apply for a job, to substitute teach, and even to get into the Massachusetts Democrat Party Convention (even to get into the convention floor), and hard to believe but true, photo ID was required to hear the person who is suing states for trying to require photo ID. In July, Attorney General Eric Holder addressed the NAACP National Convention. What did media need in order to attend? That's right, government issued photo identification (and a second form of identification too!), something both Holder and the NAACP stand firmly against when it comes to voting.
· Attempts to keep Republicans home on Election Day. The number of counties keeps increasing but as of 4 pm today, registered Republicans from 23 counties in Florida have received official-looking letters questioning their citizenship and stating if they voted without clearing it up, they could be facing a felony and jail time. Of course, Florida is one of those states that both Governor Romney and Obama need on Nov. 6. It is quite amazing what those liberals will come up with in order to win.
· Required signs that state penalty for voter fraud be removed. Anti-voter fraud billboards in Ohio and Wisconsin (140 total) are in the process of being removed due to complaints about voter suppression. Ohio and Wisconsin are also crucial on-the-fence states. Looks as if the Dems are encouraging voter fraud. How else could they win?
Vodka for votes. It was part of a scheme to steal an election in eastern Arkansas that included absentee ballot fraud and buying votes with money, food and even alcohol.
"I guess I always knew all along it was wrong, but I really didn't think it was that big a deal," explained former Democratic state Rep. Hudson Hallum. "I always heard ... that's what everybody did."
And we still have two weeks to go. What else will they come up with?