Wednesday, November 7, 2012

Outright Republican Voter Fraud real threat to Democracy.

Republicans are all about "projection," where they project their faults onto other people. Take voter fraud for instance:
Roxanne Rubin, a registered Republican from Henderson, Nev., was arrested Friday on a felony charge of attempting to vote twice in the same election.
Is voting twice worth a felony charge? The answer is no, at least to most people, except conservatives. Huffington Post
FBI agents took Rubin into custody as she arrived for work at the Riviera hotel-casino, according to the Associated Press. Rubin had roused suspicion on Oct. 29, after casting a vote at her precinct in Henderson, and then allegedly attempting to vote at a different polling site in Las Vegas later that day. Election workers at the second location ran her name through a database, which showed that she had already voted. When confronted by officials, Rubin reportedly claimed that their database was incorrect, and that she had not yet voted. She was ultimately prevented from casting the second vote.

I guess Rubin did all she could to make us believe in the "voter fraud" myth. Anyone else want to try? .

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