I woke up this morning and the first thing I heard on the television is how the GOP are trying to stop voters who wish to vote for the President! What kind of *Freedom* is this? Romney is not fit to be President! His wife reported she is concerned about his "emotional/mental well being" should he be elected! The GOP believes if they can change the way voters register and with enough blocking, Americans will get discouraged and not vote! (R) Majority Leader Mitch McConnell let it be known he wants "Obama as a one term President". This is his 6th term.
The GOP hired a Committee and urged several states to hire a consulting firm Strategic Allied Consulting, which is now under investigation for voter fraud! What more validation and evidence does one need? GOP doesn't care about moving this country *Forward*. They want a twit like Romney/Ryan to get in there and we as American's will suffer greatly! Mark my words. Please register to vote. Please report if you feel there is *monkey bussiness* going on in trying to do so, because your not voting the way someone wants you to! You don't have to share who you vote for! A simple "no comment" or I am "undecided" should help you complete the registeration card. Please see these links. And as a fellow American, I pray you will register & vote! This is Our Time to contribute to *Change* and move this country forward! Thank you & Shalom
Not voter fraud. Read the article again. It was for voter REGISTRATION fraud. You know, like ACORN did for the Dems. When the GOP found out, the firm was fired.
I agree with you that everyone eligible should register and vote. I've been successful getting several people to register.
Still lying about Acorn? Bretibart rots while acorn is stlll hot.
Lying about ACORN?? Are you so in the tank for the Dems and Obama that you won't admit the truth? Some ACORN workers did, in fact, commit voter registration fraud - the same thing the consulting firm was doing for the GOP:
http://seattletimes.com/html/localnews/ … ud26m.html
http://www.judicialwatch.org/press-room … stigation/
And it's not "Bretibart" - it's "Breitbart." I wasn't a fan of his, but I don't rejoice in anyone's death.
If you are really concerned about this, you need to work to make sure our military overseas gets their ballots. This is a major complaint with the military the last election. They are the ones dieing they ought to get a chance to at least vote.
"I think my biggest concern obviously would just be for his mental well-being," she said. "I have all the confidence in the world in his ability, in his decisiveness, in his leadership skills, in his understanding of the economy. So for me, I think it would just be the emotional part of it."
ACTUAL Quote from Mrs. Romney. In response to a question about what her biggest concern would be if he won.
If you're going to quote someone, actually quote them. Don't change the context of what they were saying to suit your own agenda..
And NO, I am NOT a Romney supporter. I am a TRUTH supporter. I think he's completely out of touch. He does enough terrible stuff, there's no need to make things up.
You have rendered yourself unimportant.
Yes, they are trying to affect the outcome of the election by who is registered to vote.
Folks it's just the media trying to buffer a Democrat loss by telling people that you just can't beat the EEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEVVVVIIIIIIIIIIIIILLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLL GOP!
Just like in 2000 when they lost. It was EEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEVIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIILLLLLLLLLLLLLLL!
"His wife reported she is concerned about his "emotional/mental well being" should he be elected!"
Can you cite your source for this statement? I'd like to read more on it.
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