Most people just assume that the constitutional tenet of one person – one vote is a given. In an honest and idealistic world this should be true. Unfortunately, this is far from reality and many elections are being significantly influenced or bought/stolen by well financed and orchestrated schemes that largely seem to arise from the far left.
Who are these groups and individuals that seek to manipulate elections to facilitate the victory of their far left candidates? Generally they are well known names like George Soros, SEIU and ACORN.
Where is the FBI and Dept. of Justice? Aren’t they supposed to help protect our rights?
As evidenced by the egregious dismissal of charges against the New Black Panther Party by the Dept. of Justice and its inherent bias against Whites, they are clearly not executing their responsibilities under the Obama Administration.
After the elections in November, among the big issues that must be investigated is voter fraud and the groups and individuals that are involved. Serious efforts must be made to prosecute to the fullest extent of the law otherwise our Democracy will be even in more jeopardy.
Tea Party Vs. SEIU
Investor’s Business Daily 09/28/2010
Electoral Process: The price of liberty is indeed eternal vigilance, especially at the ballot box. A group of Texans who decided to get involved in local elections uncovers massive vote fraud connected to a powerful union.
Being an election judge or poll watcher is often a thankless task and one of those things that many voters have no particular interest in doing. The job is often left to party hacks and other foxes willing to guard the henhouse. Yet they are the ones who rock the cradle of democracy.
Perhaps concerned about the election shenanigans of recent years involving Acorn and bogus registrations, Black Panthers intimidating voters with nightsticks and suspicious recounts that go on and on until a desired result is achieved, as in Minnesota, Catherine Engelbrecht and 50 other Houston neighbors decided to get involved.
They volunteered to work at Houston polling places in the 2008 election cycle. "What we saw shocked us," Engelbrecht said. "There was no one checking IDs, judges would vote for people that asked for help. It was fraud, and we watched like deer in the headlights."
Seeing that it wasn't quite the way their old civics class textbooks said it would be, they decided to form a group, "True The Vote," which would do what governments were unable or unwilling to do: ensure that voters are alive, eligible, who they say they are and cast their ballots only once. "It was a true Tea Party moment," Engelbrecht recalls.
She and her associates collected publicly available polling data to prove that the fraudulent voting they saw was real, rampant and organized. "The first thing we started to do was look at houses with more than six voters in them," she said, because those were houses most likely to have fraudulent voters attached to them.
They found that most voting districts had about 2,400 of such residences if they were primarily Democratic, only 1,800 if they were Republican. When they came to one with 2,400 houses, they dug deeper with the help of 30 donated computers and countless hours of volunteer work.
One woman was found to have registered six times in one day. There were 1,597 registrations that named the same person with a variety of signatures. One person turned in more registrations in one day than was physically possible.
"Vacant lots had several voters registered on them. An eight-bed halfway house had more than 40 voters registered at its address," according to Engelbrecht. "We then decided to look at who was registering the voters."
It turned out most of the fraudulent registrations were done by a group called Houston Votes, headed by Sean Castle, who also works for the Service Employees International Union. Only 1,793 of the 25,000 registrations the group submitted appeared to be good.
Harris County voter registrar Leo Vasquez has taken True The Votes' work and the results of his own investigation to the Texas secretary of state's office and the Harris County district attorney.
"The integrity of the voting rolls in Harris County, Texas, appears to be under an organized and systematic assault by the group operating under the name Houston Votes," Vasquez said.
Voter rolls are under assault nationwide by the group formerly known as Acorn, the SEIU, and others. The Secretary of State Project is a group founded and funded by George Soros and dedicated to electing people like Minnesota's Mark Ritchie to control the election machinery. It was Ritchie's suspect recounting process that put comedian Al Franken in the U.S. Senate.
"It's not the votes that count, it's who counts the votes" is a quote most commonly attributed to Soviet dictator Josef Stalin. It could be the motto of MoveOn.org, Acorn and the SEIU.
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George Soros is the ideological soul mate of Obama and has helped him directly and indirectly over the years. The multibillionaire, through MoveOn.org and many other groups including the SEIU, has supported Obama's far-left efforts and his campaigns over the years. So the question is,then: Has Obama's ostensibly inept and delayed responses on the Gulf oil spill disaster been somewhat intentional in order to reward his benefactor Soros?
This surely can't be excluded and is not inconsistent with his other actions/inactions and ideologies.
Obama Boss George Soros Ready To Profit From Oil Disaster
June 14, 2010
Perhaps this is why drilling in Alaska is off the table– it would actually keep America safe and strong and won’t make Obama Boss George Soros even richer than he is now.
Interestingly, it seems the more trouble we have, the better it is for Soros. Last year, Soros noted he was “having a very good crisis” having bet against the United States and profiting from her economic downturn.
Now we learn Soros is set to be one of the biggest beneficiaries of the Gulf oil catastrophe. With Obama’s ‘moratorium’ and the Obama Admin’s general hostility to drilling, it’s reported many oil companies have already looked into with Brazil regarding a move those shores. And what is Soros principally invested in right now? Petrobras, the Brazilian state oil company.
Obama’s Boss Sees Silver Lining in BP Spill
Reuters is reporting that Brazil stands to benefit from the BP oil spill catastrophe as the US moratorium makes more rigs available for other countries.
Even as an ecological catastrophe makes the future of U.S. offshore drilling less certain, Brazil is plowing ahead with a $220 billion five-year plan to tap oil fields even deeper than BP’s ill-fated Gulf well, which is still leaking crude.
It’s estimated that thirty five rigs are now sitting idle in the Gulf of Mexico. Brazil is already getting inquiries from companies wanting to move their rigs there. Brazil’s state oil company, Petrobras already produces about a fourth of the world’s deep water oil…
The shortage of rigs could help Brazil become a major oil exporter.
What an amazing stroke of good fortune for Obama’s boss, unrepentant Nazi collaborator, George Soros! Soros is also invested in offshore oil drilling in Brazil, assisted by the American taxpayers.
Soros Fund Management, LLC holds a stake in Petrobras of approximately $900 million as of December 31, 2009.
George Soros’ principal investments are in oil; one in particular is Petrobras, the Brazilian-owned company. This happens to be the largest investment in the Soros portfolio at the present time.
Soros also owns quite a lot of real estate in Brazil. Soros’ Adecoagro, which invests in renewable energy, owns or leases about 840,000 acres of farmland in Argentina, Brazil and Uruguay growing coffee, soybeans and other commodities. Royal Dutch Shell Plc and Bunge Ltd. Are also expanding into ethanol in Brazil.
When you get to boss the president around, you never have to let a good crisis go to waste.
UPDATE: Dan in comments reminded me of the $2 billion loan deal Obama made to Brazil last year, furthering the connection between Obama, our tax dollars, and Soros’ business. here’s the WSJ’s take on the matter on August 18, 2009
Obama Underwrites Offshore Drilling
Too bad it’s not in U.S. waters.
You read that headline correctly. Unfortunately, the Obama Administration is financing oil exploration off Brazil.
The U.S. is going to lend billions of dollars to Brazil’s state-owned oil company, Petrobras, to finance exploration of the huge offshore discovery in Brazil’s Tupi oil field in the Santos Basin near Rio de Janeiro. Brazil’s planning minister confirmed that White House National Security Adviser James Jones met this month with Brazilian officials to talk about the loan.
The U.S. Export-Import Bank tells us it has issued a “preliminary commitment” letter to Petrobras in the amount of $2 billion and has discussed with Brazil the possibility of increasing that amount. Ex-Im Bank says it has not decided whether the money will come in the form of a direct loan or loan guarantees. Either way, this corporate foreign aid may strike some readers as odd, given that the U.S. Treasury seems desperate for cash and Petrobras is one of the largest corporations in the Americas.
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As you may know, a special election to fill Ted Kennedy’s open Senate seat is being held this coming Tuesday, January 19th in Massachusetts. Though it is “local” election, for many obvious reasons it is having and will have potentially explosive repercussions and ramifications for the entire country short and long term. The voting and outcome can potentially annihilate Obama’s and Congressional Democrats’ ideological agenda of socialism, wealth redistribution, taxation and other radical legislation. Most immediately, a Republican win would kill the Obamacare bill.
The profound consequences of such a win are impossible to overstate. The Republican candidate for Senator, Scott Brown, would represent the 41st Republican Senator which would finally provide the ability to filibuster Congressional legislation rather than have Pelosi, Reid et al. contemptuously ram anything they want down the throats of unwilling and protesting Americans.
Presently in probably the bluest of blue states, a few polls have Scott Brown in essentially a dead heat with the Democratic challenger, Massachusetts Attorney General Martha Coakley. Among her supporters including financially are Moveon.org and the SEIU (Service Employees International Union). We suspect that corrupt and infamous ACORN is also working feverishly to help elect Democratic candidate Coakley
Since we all strongly care about our country, it is imperative that we help Scott Brown get elected. He has received unprecedented grassroots support from both the voters of Massachusetts as well as from Americans all across the country. Many of these voters are Democrats or Independents who are fed up with the arrogance, incompetence, profligacy, and dictatorial attitude that is endemic in Washington.
Who is Scott Brown? He is a presently a Republican Massachusetts State Senator who has represented the Norfolk, Bristol & Middlesex District since 2004. Just previous to this, he served in the Massachusetts House of Representatives for the 9th Norfolk District starting in 1998. He is homegrown, having graduated Wakefield High School (1977), Tufts University (1981), and Boston College Law School (1985). Politically, Brown has been described as a moderate Republican with socially moderate and fiscally conservative views. He is extremely intelligent, articulate, sensible and principled.
The following video exemplifies these traits and his refreshing attitude that he is there to serve the people and not rule over them as the Democrats in Congress have repeatedly demonstrated and verbalized.
With all due respect, it's not the Kennedy's seat, it's not the Democrats' seat, it's the people's seat.
The following are two of his political websites that you can visit to make contributions to his campaign. Even a small amount now can potentially pay dividends for all of us later if he can pull out an earth shattering win.
The following article posted on www.usnews.com analyzes the present situation:
Scott Brown in Virtual Tie in Massachusetts Race as Dems Deploy
By Robert Schlesinger January 13, 2010
In the first contest of 2010, the question shouldn't be whether Democrats will win but by how much. On Tuesday, Massachusetts voters will select the late Sen. Ted Kennedy's successor. Martha Coakley, the Bay State's attorney general and the Democratic nominee, was until very recently the prohibitive favorite over GOP nominee Scott Brown, a state senator. Not only had Coakley raised $5.2 million to Brown's $1.2 million (his fundraising has increased dramatically with the new national attention), but Massachusetts is about as reliably Democratic as they come.
The race was supposed to be a yawner but has become the focus of the political world as recent polls have shown it to be a nail-biter: Public Policy Polling, a Democratic firm, reported over the weekend that Brown had a 48-47 lead, while a Rasmussen poll released today had Coakley ahead by a mere two points, 49-47--a virtual tie, as it is within the 3 percent margin of error. As recently as last month, political guru Stuart Rothenberg wrote that, "If Brown can crack the 40 percent mark against Coakley, it would be noteworthy," political guru Stu Rothenberg wrote last month. Tuesday Rothenberg moved the Massachusetts senate into the "narrow advantage" for Democrats column on his report.
As I reported last week, the liberal group MoveOn.org started fundraising for Coakley, warning its members that "progressive hero Ted Kennedy's senate seat--and with it any hope for passing majori progressive legislation this year" were in danger. I wrote then that , "a telling sign of serious tightening would be either of the national parties moving late money into the race." Well this week the Democratic Senatorial Campaign Committee bought more than $500,000 in television ads in a race that under normal circumstances would not require a national Democratic dime. In addition, the Service Employees International Union is pouring $685,000 into the race.
As the Washington Post's Chris Cillizza observes today, the race has become a good preview of the campaign themes the two parties may trot out in other races this fall, with Democrats trying to use the specter of George W. Bush and Sarah Palin to tar their GOP opponents and Republicans harping on change. Cillizza writes:
If Brown manages to win, expect Democrats to quickly dismiss the loss as an outlier due to Coakley's substandard campaign. But, privately, something close to panic may well set in if the alleged ace in the hole--linking Republicans to the Bush administration and/or Palin--doesn't come through in a state as strongly favorable to their party as Massachusetts and in a political environment that is tilting away from them on the issues of the day.
Republicans believe that Brown's candidacy is already a blueprint for how they can be competitive almost anywhere in the country in November and so, regardless of whether Brown wins or loses next Tuesday, you can expect a heavy dose of the sort of independent/status quo shakeup messages that Brown has ridden to something close to a dead heat in Massachusetts.
Given that even a narrow Coakley win will be decried as a loss for Democrats, it's hard to see much good news coming to them next Tuesday.
The following is an interview that was conducted with Scott Brown by RealClearPolitics.
Interview With Scott Brown
Two sites to make contributions to Massachusetts Republican Senate candidate Scott Brown's campaign:
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Obama is using the White House as a venue for far left, anti-American influence peddling and for accruing greater power for the imposition of radical ideology on Americans. That is, of course, when Obama is there and not away playing golf or at another Democratic political fundraising event.
According to the intentionally limited information released by the Obama Administration regarding White House visitors, Andy Stern who is president of the Service Employees International Union (SEIU), has visited at least 22 times already. The far left anti-American billionaire George Soros, of Moveon.org and more fame, has been there at least twice already.
Meanwhile, General Stanley McChrystal, who is the U.S. commander for our troops in Afghanistan and who more than two months ago had recommended an increase of troops there if we are to stand a chance to win the conflict, can’t seem to get an appointment with Obama. Our courageous troops are being killed or maimed in the conflict while Obama attends to his pleasures and anti-American ideologies.
Read: Skewed Priorities
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The far-left has insidiously been waging war on our democracy, one election at a time. With the involvement of George Soros, Moveon.org, and ACORN in strategies to affect and manipulate elections, the rights of the American people are being trampled on. Thanks largely to FOX News we know that there were a large number of fraudulent votes for Democratic candidates submitted through ACORN for the November 2008 elections. We don’t know for sure if this ultimately tilted the Senate race in Minnesota to Al Franken. However, their influence on the Secretary of State in Minnesota, corrupt politics, soft money and a complicit press facilitated this outcome.
Unless we start acting and fight back against these far-left anti-American groups, it is not entirely inconceivable that we could end up almost like many of the banana republics around the world run by a dictator (Obama and Pelosi) and his/her political party and where elections are a sham.
Read: Al Franken — Democrat From Acorn
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