Friday, June 15, 2012

Know-it-all Racine Republicans can't believe they Lost Senate Recall, Whine about Everything.

The only Republican to lose in the last recall was Sen. Van Wanggaard.

You guessed it, those sneaky Democrats must have tricked everyone. How bent out of shape is the local Republican authority? Here’s a look at the paranoid ranting’s of lunatic fringer Lou Dabbraccio.

Note: Republicans always say minorities, liberals, teachers, students and their parents aren’t TAXPAYERS, like them. It’s insane, but we have to call them out on that little trick. You’ll also notice the confusion and overzealous nature of local Republicans to suppress the vote. Kinda makes me wonder what they're doing in other districts. A wonderful example. This piece was almost as long as Obamacare, so I’ve selected the best parts:
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1: There were numerous “Get Out The Vote” efforts going on in Racine, including a major effort run from the Labor Center which utilized high school students … The student GOTV program,  previously run under the direct auspices of Horlick High School, this year was “run” by "Youth Empowered for the Struggle," a youth arm of radical illegal immigrant rights group "Voces de la Frontera." Y.E.S is organized in taxpayer-funded Racine Unified public schools, with guidance from teachers who collect a paycheck from Racine taxpayers … they still allowed … a day of partisan political activism instead of academics, by allowing students to participate in a democrat aligned Get Out The Vote effort … organized on school property, using school resources, and during school academic time. Students rode in vans covered in partisan political slogans exhorting people to vote for Barret, Mitchell, and Lehman, and dispatched from the Labor Center - hardly neutral political ground.

c. A teacher at Racine Horlick High School, was reportedly cited by Racine Police for aggressively forcing his way into an apartment building and screaming at residents to vote.

2. Sowing chaos at the polls … Union presence electioneering … Occurred at virtually every polling place … had a major disruptive presence of union activists. These people clad in “blue fist” or other union attire, attempt to influence the process by insidiously infiltrating the polls. These volunteers would … begin distributing drinks and food to voters, and directing traffic at the entrance, and would progress quickly to discussing voting with voters … we have encountered this particular union tactic before, and seen the kind of chaos they can create … At Festival Hall, two union goons wearing embroidered “Stop the War on Workers” polo shirts adorned with blue fist stickers attempted to start an altercation when I called the Racine Police and made a complaint of illegal electioneering.

c. Insufficient training: Poll workers received less training than our poll watchers received. In many cases they were unfamiliar with the law … Poll watchers found Chief Election Inspectors who were mishandling ballots, who ignored challenges, who ignored blatant electioneering … we had to correct them on the conduct of their job. Still others neglected to expel loiterers and union organizers from the polling place, unless the city clerk was called.

i. The statute provides for the use of utility bills as proof of residency … Racine water bills are addressed to “Occupant” not a specific person. Therefore, a Racine water bill cannot be used to prove residence. However, many poll workers were accepting this document, unless we specifically objected.

iv. A voter at Martin Luther King Community Center was allowed to vote three times. After being challenged on the third visit to the polls, her ballot was flagged and the challenge logged, but the ballot was put into the machine.

v. Challenge ignored : At the John Bryant Community Center, where I observed an individual attempting to register to vote, using a handwritten tear-out rent receipt, bearing the date 6/5/2012, to establish residency. I made a comment to the poll worker at the registration desk that the document did serve as proof of residency. The Chief Election Inspector, Lillie Cameron, walked over and began to chastise me for talking to the poll worker. I told her that it was my intention to challenge the elector. She ignored my statement. I told her, again, emphatically, that I challenged the elector … the poll workers completely ignored my challenge, and allowed the elector to receive a ballot. They blatantly and defiantly ignored my legal right of challenge.

i. In many cases, poll workers had to be repeatedly reminded that voters were to state their name and address upon approaching the table, and were not to be prompted by poll workers. Prompting could facilitate election fraud

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