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More election fraud and illegalities by Democrats

This is a follow-up to my post of Nov. 2, 2012, “Democrat voter fraud,” chronicling yet even more election fraud and illegalities committed by Democrats.

1. A polling site in Philadelphia has a big mural of the POS [source]:

Pennsylvania election law states “no person within a polling place may electioneer or solicit votes for any political party, political body, or candidate, nor may any unauthorized written or  printed materials be posted within the polling place.” But this mural below is directly behind voting booths in a local school being used as a polling site. In addition to a big picture of Obama, the mural also has the words “change!” and “hope,” along with a quote from Obama.

2. The mentally handicapped are bussed in to vote – for Obama

Gregory Philips reports for the Arkansas Observer, Nov. 2, 2012, that a care home for the mentally disabled in Fayetteville, Arkansas, registered its residents patients to vote and drove them to the polls.

Jimmy Green told the Arkansas Observer that his mentally defective 57-year-old stepdaughter lives in that care home. She had never voted before and doesn’t understand the concept of casting a ballot. But this week, she called her parents to say she was taken to the polling station and voted for Obama. Green says “My concern is that somebody told her who to vote for. She didn’t even know there’s two different parties.”

Federal and state laws, however, have no competency test for voting. “The law specifically says that anyone with a disability is allowed to have assistance from anyone that they choose,” said Terri Robertson, director of the Cumberland County Board of Elections. “As long as they can communicate to us in some way that they need assistance and who they wish to have assistance from, the law allows it.”

Jimmy Green has not lodged an official complaint about his stepdaughter being escorted to the polls. He said he fears reprisals against her from the care home. “I’m not holding up for either party here in this case,” he said, “but it’s just not right.”

3. NAACP members improperly advocate for Obama in Houston, TX polling place.

Katie Pavlich reports for Townhouse.com, Nov. 3, 2012, that volunteer poll watchers at an early polling place located at 6719 W. Montgomery Road in Houston, said NAACP members were advocating for Obama.

According to Eve Rockford, a poll watcher trained by voter integrity group True the Vote, three NAACP members wearing NAACP-labeled clothing showed up to the 139 precinct location with 50 cases of bottled water and began handing bottles out to people standing in line. They were “stirring the crowd,” talking to voters about Obama, then began handpicking and moving people to the front of a long voting line inside the polling place. Some voters complained about the line cutting.

Rockford told Polling Supervisor Rose Cochran but was ignored. Rockford then went to the assistant supervisor, but he stood up, walked over to another table and then sat down. Rockford then received a phone call from downtown telling her to “stand down” and that it was okay for the NAACP to be within 100 ft. and to hand out water. Rockford said: “I told her that the NAACP was inside the building, wearing the NAACP clothing and caps and were handing out water and moving people from the back of the lines to the front of the lines.” At this point, NAACP members were instructed to turn their clothing inside out, which they refused to do and said they weren’t going to stop their actions inside the polling place. Their behavior and actions to move people to the front of the line continued for the rest of the evening. Texas State Representative Sylvester Turner, a former Texas NAACP leader, was also seen outside the building talking with voters. “The NAACP basically ran this poll location and the judges did nothing about it,” Rockford said.

4. GOP election officials were thrown out of Philadelphia polling sites.

FoxNews reports Nov. 6, 2012, that a Pennsylvania judge is issuing an order to reinstate about 70 Republican election officials across Philadelphia who allegedly were ejected or refused entry by Democrats on site. The GOP tells FoxNews one Republican election official “was shoved out of the polling place.” Republicans were drawing attention to the mural of Obama in one Philadelphia polling place. The on-site election officials are responsible for verifying the identity of voters, and monitoring for signs of fraud or disenfranchisement.

5. New Black Panthers seen outside Philadelphia polling place.

FoxNews reports Nov. 6, 2012, that a representative from the New Black Panther Party was spotted outside a polling site in Philadelphia. Although the NPPP member was unarmed, the incident stirs up memories of black-clad New Black Panthers carrying billy clubs in 2008, standing outside a Philadelphia polling site and intimidating voters. But Obama’s racist attorney general Eric Holder refused to prosecute the 2008 Black Panthers.

Thankfully, there’s a group “Get Out the Vet” comprised of former Navy SEALS and Special Forces, who are policing the polls in Philadelphia and some other cities (see the FoxNews video here). Here is their Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/pages/Get-Out-The-Vet/354226317979806

H/t FOTM’s Tina and Miss Wendy.



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Meet Maine’s New No-Nonsense Governor!


His name is Paul LePage.

If you haven’t heard about this guy before, you will not forget him now!

Maine’s new governor, Paul LePage, is making New Jersey ‘s Chris Christie look like an enabler. He isn’t afraid to say what he thinks, and the people of Maine like it. Every time he opens his mouth, his popularity goes up.

He brought down the house at his inauguration when he shook his fist toward the media box and said, “You’re on notice! I’ve inherited a financially-troubled state to run. Observe…cover what we do…but don’t whine if I don’t waste time responding to your every whim for your amusement.”

Paul Richard LePage, 62, is a Republican. He was previously mayor of Waterville from 2003 to 2011, and a city councilor before that. From 1996 to 2011, he worked in the private sector as general manager of the 14-store discount chain, Marden’s Surplus and Salvage.

The oldest son of 18 children, LePage grew up speaking French in an impoverished home with what he has described as an abusive father.At age 11, he left home and lived on the streets of Lewiston, seeking shelter wherever he could find it, including in horse stables and at a “strip joint”.After spending roughly two years homeless, he began to earn a living shining shoes. At 13, he worked washing dishes at a café and hauling boxes for a truck driver. He later worked at a rubber company, a meat-packing plant, and was a short order cook, and bartender.

During his campaign for Governor, he was talking to commercial fishermen who are struggling because of federal fisheries rules. They complained that Obama brought his family to Bar Harbor and Acadia National Park for a long Labor Day holiday and found time to meet with union leaders, but wouldn’t talk to the fishermen. LePage replied, “I’d tell him to go to hell and get out of my State.” The liberal media crucified LePage, but he jumped 6 points in the pre-election poll.

The Martin Luther King incident was a political sandbag that brought him national exposure.

The NAACP had asked LePage to spend MLK Day visiting black inmates at the Maine State Prison. He told them that he would meet with all inmates, regardless of race, if he were to visit the prison. The NAACP balked and then put out a news release claiming falsely that he refused to participate in any MLK events. He read it in the paper for the 1st time the next morning while being driven to an event and went ballistic because none of the reporters had called him for comment before running the NAACP release.

He arrived at that event and said in front of a TV camera, “If they want to play the race card on me they can kiss my ass.” Then he reminded them that he has an adopted black son from Jamaica and that he attended the local MLK Breakfast every year that he was mayor of Waterville.

He then stated that there’s a right way and a wrong way to meet with the Governor, and he put all special interests on notice that press releases, media leaks, and all demonstrations would prove to be the wrong way. He said any other group that acted like the NAACP could expect to be at the bottom of the Governor’s priority list!

Next, LePage took on Maine’s state employees union.

During the last blizzard, LePage waited until 3 p.m. before closing state offices and facilities, and sending non-emergency personnel home. The state employees union complained bitterly. The previous governor would often close offices for the day with just a blizzard before the first flakes even fell. Each time the state closes for snow, it costs the taxpayers about $1 million in wages for no work in return.

LePage noted that many retail shops are open, despite the blizzard. As he put it: “If Marden’s is open, Maine is open!” Then he spoke common sense to the state employees: “We live in Maine in the winter, for heaven’s sake, and should know how to drive in it. Otherwise, apply for a State job in Florida!”

Governor LePage symbolizes what America needs: Plain-speaking politicians who aren’t self-serving and who have common sense!

H/t my dear friend Bill O.


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Left Plans Waves of Militant Pro-Union Protests

Last Saturday, a reported 10,000 people marched through downtown Los Angeles to demonstrate their “solidarity” with public employee union workers in Wisconsin. Darsha Philips of ABC7News reports on March 26, 2011:

Wisconsin passed a law stripping public employee unions of collective bargaining rights and local protesters say it could happen in Southern California. Union members and their allies gathered at the Los Angeles Convention Center and marched onward to Pershing Square in hopes of sending out a message that collective bargaining rights cannot be taken away from unions.
A controversial bill in Wisconsin has pitted Democrats and Republicans against each other, limiting collective bargaining rights of government employees. The bill was signed into law by Republican Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker. Legislators and governors in several other states are seeking to adopt similar laws, citing budget problems.

Anti-government budget cuts protesters, London, March 26, 2011

Given what happened in London on Saturday, where an estimated 400,000 protested against government budget cuts and attacked police with homemade  ammonia-filled light-bulbs, as our writer Candance warned, we can expect more such protests here in America in the days, weeks, and months to come.
In fact, even before Governor Scott Walker’s battle with public unions in Wisconsin, the Left in America already had drawn plans for successive waves of massive militant protests. As Kyle Olson of BigGovernment alerted us on January 13, 2011, “Radicals in Planning Stages of Massive ‘Militant’ U.S. Protests“:

The Huffington Post reported last year about college students shutting down major freeways in California. In Wisconsin, protesters threw “punches and ice chunks” at police after the students were refused entry into an administration building in Madison. Now, plans are being made for a month of similar actions this year, kicking off March 2nd.

Some activists have complained that unions are not currently leading the charge because they’ve become too “corporatist.” But they believe once they make their move, unions will move to “co-opt” the movement.
“Student strikes” will occur in March to fight budget cuts and increased fees for students. What’s happening in Europe is about to be emulated in America, friends. Radicals know this is one of their last opportunities to keep the gravy grain running on time. But reality, courtesy of fed up taxpayers, may interrupt their plans.
One of the movement’s leaders, Los Angeles high school teacher Omar Hussein, recruited “student militants” to support the March 4th protests in 2010. He’s a leader again this time around, according to sources within the movement.
The month of “actions” will be capped off with a global action stemming from a huge union/socialist rally in London March 26th. As many as one million people will show their solidarity with those “in the firing line of the government’s cuts,” according to a statement posted on a public employee union website.
The pro-big government radicals are in the planning stages of something similar in the United States. One radical from Arizona pledged that the actions will be “very militant” because what they’ve done so far hasn’t worked and “there are no other options now.”
Radicals who fantasize about Che Guevara’s revolution, the Soviet States of America and the good ole days of Chairman Mao will soon be making their move. They’ll be doing their best to seize the current “crisis” and push their socialist agenda.
Will they get anywhere?  The big government agenda certainly had its wings clipped in the November election. But that doesn’t mean violence, upheaval and chaos can be stopped. And we shouldn’t kid ourselves that it’s simply a small band of “student militants” that break a few windows and celebrate at the local (fair trade) coffee house. When this action occurs, SEIU, AFL-CIO, NEA, AFT, NAACP and others will be right behind them to push the socialist agenda forward.
This is the moment to stand up to them, reject their agenda and defend a free and capitalist America.


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