Tuesday, January 06, 2009

Theft in progress up in Minnesota

In case ye socks missed it on Election Day, there were other contests being held besides the coronation of The Disaster in Waiting.

One of the most critical of these was the re-election of Senator Norm Coleman of Minnesota, who narrowly defeated "comedian" Al Franken at the polls.

I inserted those quotation marks, because I've never found Mr. Franken the least bit comedic.

Anyway, after losing at the polls, Mr. Franken launched into a full-blown hissy fit along with a multi-million dollar campaign to thwart the will of the voters of Minnesota.

He got the money to finance this miscarriage of liberty with contributions from the usual cast of thugs, including George Soros and ACORN.

Now, it appears all the teeth gnashing and hair pulling has convinced Minnesota Secretary of State Mark Ritchie (a fellow Democrat!!) to certify Franken the winner.

How could he do that?

Well, in his own words, Ritchie and his state canvassing board started off the process by explaining to the press they were "not going to be entirely consistent."

Indeed, they were anything but consistent as they arbitrarily deducted votes for Coleman from the Election Day tallies, piling them up in some dark corner somewhere . . . presumably only to be reviewed again if Coleman launches a legal fight of his own.

In the mean time, they went back and DOUBLE COUNTED votes for Franken in a select few precincts.

Even more outrageous, they tossed-out the votes of military personnel serving overseas who submitted absentee ballots.

It is a sad, sad day when the party in power will employ tactics like this to bully their way past the ballot box in an effort to tighten their grip on our government.

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Blogger wsmv said...

More details are coming to light in this scandal every day. Here are a few of the choicest:

1. In Ramsey County alone, the Minnesota Canvassing Board has allowed 177 more votes than there were really cast on Election Day.

2. A write-in vote for FRANKENSTEIN was counted for Al Franken. Not too far of a stretch . . .

3. Canvassing "officials" copied questionable ballots, ostensibly to make examining them easier. But, at the end of the day, they counted all copies . . . not just the original!!

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