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Tuesday, April 10, 2012

Want to Know How Easy It Is To Commit Voter Fraud?

This is both revealing and frightening:
Voter ID ‘Sting’ Targets Eric Holder
By Lachlan Markay, Heritage Foundation

A new undercover video by conservative filmmaker James O’Keefe shows a man being offered Attorney General Eric Holder’s District of Columbia ballot. The poll worker caught on film tells the cameraman that he doesn’t need to see identification.

The video, released Monday, contrasts clips from the “sting” with quotes from Holder saying that voter fraud is generally “a problem that does not exist.” Holder’s Justice Department has blocked voter ID laws in South Carolina and Texas on grounds that include the supposed superfluity of those laws.

A new undercover video by conservative filmmaker James O’Keefe shows a man being offered Attorney General Eric Holder’s District of Columbia ballot. The poll worker caught on film tells the cameraman that he doesn’t need to see identification.

The video, released Monday, contrasts clips from the “sting” with quotes from Holder saying that voter fraud is generally “a problem that does not exist.” Holder’s Justice Department has blocked voter ID laws in South Carolina and Texas on grounds that include the supposed superfluity of those laws. [link]



In light of this startling exposé revealing just how easy it is to commit voter fraud in this country, U.S. Attorney General (ahem) Eric Holder's comment that it's a crime "that doesn't exist," reminds one of good old Bumbling Baghdad Bob who, famously said "There are no American infidels in Baghdad. Never!" as American M1-A1 tanks could easily be seen rumbling through the streets of Baghdad just blocks away.

It's a crime that doesn't exist! says the man who was just about to cast a ballot - an illegal one - without knowing it.

Our justice system is in the best of hands, they say.

As with CNN's foray into downtown Baghdad on that fateful day, despite the bluster, the video says otherwise.

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Headline of the day:

Hey, who wants to cast Eric Holder’s ballot?