Indiana jury finds officials GUILTY of election fraud in 2008 election...
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    Indiana jury finds officials GUILTY of election fraud in 2008 election...

    The two dems were found guilty of all charges after only 3 hours of deliberations. Obama/Clinton should never have been on the Indiana ballot.

    Officials found guilty in Obama, Clinton ballot petition fraud | Fox News

    The scheme was hatched in January of 2008, according to affidavits from investigators who cite former Board of Registration worker Lucas Burkett, who told them he was in on the plan at first, but then became uneasy and quit. He waited three years before telling authorities about it, but if revelations about any forgeries were raised during the election, the petitions could have been challenged during the contest. A candidate who did not qualify with enough legitimate signatures at the time, could have been bounced from the ballot. (emphasis added)

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    We all know as the Dems. have been telling us that voter ID isn't necessary since voter fraud doesn't exist. Of course anyone stupid enough to believe this crap is really too stupid to be allowed to vote. The only reason for this no ID campaign is to make fraud easier.

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    Quote Originally Posted by buckey01 View Post
    We all know as the Dems. have been telling us that voter ID isn't necessary since voter fraud doesn't exist. Of course anyone stupid enough to believe this crap is really too stupid to be allowed to vote. The only reason for this no ID campaign is to make fraud easier.
    Except Indiana is one of the states where ID is required. I know because I live here.

    Nevertheless, Democrats do seem to be in denial about the possibility if someone voting under someone else's name if ID isn't required. And they all say the same thing: No one has ever been convicted of this.

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    It happened in VA as well, although maybe to a lesser extent. And we do have voter ID laws. They aren't what they should be, though.
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    Here in Indiana, we've had to have Picture ID's for some years now....never thought about it...but...in the light of what's now coming out in the news...maybe it doesn't have to be your own picture...or ID...lol

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    It's interesting - Dems are found guilty LAST WEEK of election fraud in Indiana, and it hardly gets noticed by the press. However, former SC Justice O'Connor voices some doubts about whether SCOTUS should have heard Bush v. Gore 13 YEARS AGO, and it's front page news.

    Hey, lamestream media - your double standards and liberal biases are showing!

    Crichton had it right - the politico-legal-media complex (his term for it) is doing it's dead-level best to maintain the state of fear and push the extremist liberal agenda. If you haven't read State of Fear by Crichton, it's worth your time.

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    When traitors infiltrate the Government, anything is possible. This is just the top inch of the iceberg. It really is more pervasive then anyone can grasp. If ya can't control the people, control the process. The insanity continues............
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    Quote Originally Posted by mappow View Post
    When traitors infiltrate the Government, anything is possible. This is just the top inch of the iceberg. It really is more pervasive then anyone can grasp. If ya can't control the people, control the process. The insanity continues............
    Not just traitors. Look at what Frederic Bastiat had to say about legalized plunder back in the 1840's, and what happens when injured parties finally realize their political rights, become involved in the political process, and then, instead of looking for ways to address the wrongs that were done to them, realize that the power to plunder now belongs to them as well.

    "Man can only derive life and enjoyment from a per- petual search and appropriation; that is, from a perpetual application of his faculties to objects, or from labor. This is the origin of property.
    But also he may live and enjoy, by seizing and appropriating the productions of the faculties of his fellow men. This is the origin of plunder.

    Now, labor being in itself a pain, and man being naturally inclined to avoid pain, it follows, and history proves it, that wherever plunder is less burdensome than labor, it prevails; and neither religion nor morality can, in this case, prevent it from prevailing.

    When does plunder cease, then? When it becomes more burdensome and more dangerous than labor. It is very evident that the proper aim of law is to oppose the fatal tendency to plunder with the powerful obstacle of collective force; that all its measures should be in favor of property, and against plunder.

    But the law is made, generally, by one man, or by one class of men. And as law cannot exist without the sanction and the support of a preponderant force, it must finally place this force in the hands of those who legislate.

    This inevitable phenomenon, combined with the fatal tendency that, we have said, exists in the heart of man, explains the almost universal perversion of law. It is easy to conceive that, instead of being a check upon injustice, it becomes its most invincible instrument. It is easy to conceive that, according to the power of the legislator, it destroys for its own profit, and in different degrees amongst the rest of the community, personal independence by slavery, liberty by oppression, and property by plunder.

    It is in the nature of men to rise against the injustice of which they are the victims. When, therefore, plunder is organized by law, for the profit of those who perpetrate it, all the plundered classes tend, either by peaceful or revolutionary means, to enter in some way into the manufacturing of laws. These classes, according to the degree of enlightenment at which they have arrived, may propose to themselves two very different ends, when they thus attempt the attainment of their political rights; either they may wish to put an end to lawful plunder, or they may desire to take part in it.

    Woe to the nation where this latter thought prevails amongst the masses, at the moment when they, in their turn, seize upon the legislative power!

    Up to that time, lawful plunder has been exercised by the few upon the many, as is the case in countries where the right of legislating is confined to a few hands. But now it has become universal, and the equilibrium is sought in universal plunder. The injustice that society contains, instead of being rooted out of it, is generalized. As soon as the injured classes have recovered their political rights, their first thought is not to abolish plunder (this would suppose them to possess enlightenment, which they cannot have), but to organize against the other classes, and to their own detriment, a system of reprisals—as if it was necessary, before the reign of justice arrives, that all should undergo a cruel retribution—some for their iniquity and some for their ignorance.

    It would be impossible, therefore, to introduce into society a greater change and a greater evil than this—the conversion of the law into an instrument of plunder (underlining added)." Frederic Bastiat, The Law, Copyright 2007 by the Ludwig von Mises Institute.

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