November 6, 2006, - 2:15 pm

Likely Massive Voter Fraud in Minnesota, Wisconsin: Time to End Same Day Registration

By Debbie Schlussel
While several liberal courts are striking down reasonable requirements to show ID at the polls, that requirement may not even help in the face of absurd, instant voter-registration laxities in some states.
When I attended the University of Wisconsin for Law and Business School, I voted once in the Presidential Election there. Wisconsin law allowed me to instantly register and vote there on Election Day.
That’s a problem. Ditto with Minnesota, which also has same day voter registration. In those states, even if you show ID, that won’t prevent voter fraud because there is no way to check if the ID is valid, if the person is the same one as on the ID, if they are a U.S. citizen, or if the person didn’t vote in multiple other precincts on the same day. All of these things are possible.


The Finger, Not the Hijab: What We May Need to Do to Eliminate Voter Fraud

And that’s why the likelihood of massive voter fraud in places like Minnesota and Wisconsin is likely. And don’t expect the day when voters dip their fingers in permanent ink, Iraqi-style. The ACLU would be all over that. Bar bouncers can stamp you, but the federal government? Liberal do-gooder lawyers who want to prevent authentic, fraud-free elections wouldn’t hear of it.
Get rid of instant/same-day voter registration in elections in America. It’s the only way to get rid of some of this fraud.

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5 Responses

I’m more concerned about the electronic voting machines. As a computer geek, I know better that to trust anything like that, especially when Diebold is offering no transparency as far as the code to their software goes. It’s way to easy for ANY party, Dems, Repubs, Libertarians, green, whoever to rig the damn things. Give me punchcards any day.

FSM-FTW!(descent) on November 6, 2006 at 2:38 pm

Talking about the finger, here’s what we should do:
Voting By Fingers.
Yes, dip the finger in the ink, and leave a fingerprint next to your favorite candidate.
And after the polling places are closed, we hand the whole thing to the FBI and later in few weeks/months of investigations and matching the fingerprints to their records of eligible voters, we can have final and accurate results.
But wait:
The ACLU, the Democrats and the NAACP will cry and say that the elections were a fraud because the ink changes its color when a black-liberal-democrat finger touches it!!

Independent Conservative on November 6, 2006 at 2:57 pm

Oh, brother. Wisconsin has had same-day registration since its inception and there has been NO wide-spread voter fraud. Despite the repugs trying to whip up some sort of scandal, the truth is, the system works just fine here.

titletown on November 6, 2006 at 3:23 pm

How do you know there has been no voter fraud?
Seems to me there is no reason other than voter fraud to allow one day registration when it is impossible to verify the Identity of the voter.
I think you do not think there is voting fraud because your party is the one that is pushing this crap and benefiting from it.

ScottyDog on November 6, 2006 at 7:14 pm

Same day registration should be eliminated, you can’t argue against the fact that it opens the door to voting in more than one polling place. Embrace technology people – this cockamamie BS about electronic voting being dangerous is beyond sanity – $$trillions are transferred daily and libs are trying to sell that we can secure it – sure. I got a gem for you Debbie – our Lib New Mexican (Yes – we’ve been in the Union since 1912 – get a map) Gov. Richardson and Secretary of State Rebecca Vigil-Giron have a new add out promoting the “new” paper ballot system – the fist line reads “New Mexico is leading the nation in paper ballots and election reform” – boy totally embarrassing – sounds like some breakthrough thinking to me. Vigil-Giron reminds me of the ICE princess – utter incompetence on display daily. She makes a great lap dog for our jet-set Gov. though.

toasty on November 6, 2006 at 10:05 pm

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