GET OUT THE DOG AND DEAD PEOPLE VOTE!July 14, 2012 — The Rat
LIBERAL GROUP SENDING PRE-FILLED VOTER REGISTRATION FORMS TO ILLEGALS TOO
From AP: The voter registration form arrived in the mail last month with some key information already filled in: Rosie Charlston’s name was complete, as was her Seattle address. Problem is, Rosie was a black lab who died in 1998.
It seems that Brenda Charlston wasn’t the only person to receive completed voter registration documents for her pet: A Virginia man said similar documents arrived for his dead dog, "Mozart," while a woman in the state received pre-filled forms for her cat, "Scampers". Shocked? Don’t be.
This is why Democrats oppose voter photo ID laws, America.
A group calling itself the Voter Participation Center has trumpeted the distribution of at least 5 million registration forms in recent weeks, targeting Democratic-leaning voting blocs such as unmarried women, blacks, Latinos and young adults.
But folks around the country – including various election administrators – have also reported a series of bizarre and questionable mailings of pre-filled registration forms – which were addressed to animals, dead people, illegals and people already registered to vote. Coincidence? Sure it is.
While Democrats feign outrage over strict voter ID laws and go off on various rants about racism, (it’s very fashionable in the South to compare voter photo ID laws to Jim Crow laws), the reality is this: Democrats count on getting as many non-eligible voters to the polls as they can. Always have, always will.
My, how times have changed. While Chicago’s late mayor Richard J. Daley was famously attached to the admonition, “Vote early, and often!” – today’s desperate Democrats are more likely to challenge the troops to: “Get out the dog and dead people vote!” Oh, and while you’re at it, make sure you get out the illegal alien vote, too. In the spirit of the late mayor, multiple visits are always welcome, of course.
As for the only two people left in the country who still believe that O’s incessant pandering to Hispanics on immigration and the Democratic Party’s indignant opposition to voter photo ID laws are nothing more than random acts of kindness – I have a question: Is all of this starting to come together for you yet?
The official-looking mailings from the Voter Participation Center arrive in privacy envelopes with the headline “VOTER REGISTRATION DOCUMENTS ENCLOSED” emblazoned in large font. And – purely as as an act of kindness – the good folks at the Center have filled in much of the required information on the registration papers – perhaps realizing that dogs, cats and dead people don’t tend to write very well. Recipients of the mailings are also supplied with “return” envelopes so they can easily send the completed forms to their respective local elections officials. How convenient.
So, mailmen of America, fear not; the next time an aggressive dog runs toward you as you approach his owner’s mailbox, remember: he may just be coming to give you his voter registration documents!