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More Proof Of Democrat Voter Fraud: Democrat Withdraws From Maryland 1st District Race Over Having Voted In Both Maryland AND Florida

September 12, 2012

But… but… but…  This is illegal.  But don’t we need like a voter ID to stop stuff like this? 

Oh, wait.  That would stop Democrats from cheating.  THAT’S why Democrats won’t allow it.  How the hell else could they ever win elections?

Democrats keep saying, “Show us ONE incident of voter fraud.”  And we’re like able to show THOUSANDS.  In fact, we’re able to show over ONE THOUSAND in one Senate race that was “won” by 312 votes in just one state and one race alone.

Then there are these other cases:

And that is only the articles that I’ve written.  There are a hundred more cases like the ones I’ve documented.

So here’s yet another example of Democrats cheating in elections because they are miserable, loathsome cheaters from the party of miserable, loathsome cheaters:

Democrat withdraws from 1st District congressional race after allegations she voted in two states
Rosen says she registered in Fla. to support friend there
By Matthew Hay Brown, The Baltimore Sun
9:50 a.m. EDT, September 11, 2012

Wendy Rosen, the Democratic challenger to Republican Rep. Andy Harris in the 1st Congressional District, withdrew from the race Monday amid allegations that she voted in elections in both Maryland and Florida in 2006 and 2008.

It was unclear, however, whether she could remove her name from the ballot with the election less than two months away. Under state law, a candidate has until 70 days before an election to remove his or her name from the ballot. The deadline for the Nov. 6 election passed on Aug. 28.

Democratic leaders — who raised the allegations, urged Rosen to step aside and notified prosecutors — said they would gather Central Committee members this month to identify a write-in candidate for the district, which includes the Eastern Shore and parts of Harford, Carroll, Cecil and Baltimore counties.

Republicans, meanwhile, said the allegations prove that voter fraud is real and called on Democrats to join the GOP in calling for reforms.

Rosen, 57, a Cockeysville businesswoman and Maryland voter, told The Baltimore Sun that she registered to vote in Florida several years ago in order to support a “very close friend” running for the St. Petersburg City Council and to vote on local issues there.

Rosen said she was able to register in Florida because she owned property there.

Under Maryland law, a voter here may not maintain registration in a second state if it allows the voter to participate in state or federal elections there, according to Jared DeMarinis, director of candidacy and campaign finance at the State Board of Elections.

State Democratic Chairwoman Yvette Lewis said an examination of voting records in Maryland and Florida showed that Rosen participated in the 2006 general election and the 2008 primaries in both states.

Maryland and Florida both held gubernatorial and congressional contests in 2006 and presidential primaries in 2008, when Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton competed for the Democratic nomination.

Asked by The Sun on Monday if she had voted in both states in the same elections, Rosen said she did not remember how she voted. Asked if she had voted twice in the 2008 presidential primaries, she declined to comment “due to possible litigation.”

Lewis referred the allegations Monday to Attorney General Douglas F. Gansler and State Prosecutor Emmitt C. Davitt.

“We believe that this is a clear violation of Maryland law and urge the appropriate office to conduct a full investigation,” she wrote. “The Maryland Democratic Party strongly believes in upholding and expanding the right to vote but, at the same time, believes there should be zero tolerance for voter fraud of any kind.”

DeMarinis, the state elections official, said there are narrow circumstances under which a Maryland voter may register legally in two places.

Some municipalities maintain separate voting rolls for local elections. These allow property owners — even those that live and vote elsewhere — to register and participate in elections for local offices and ballot questions.

Thus, DeMarinis said, a resident of Baltimore who owned a vacation home in Ocean City could legally vote in local elections there, too.

DeMarinis said he knows of no law against a Maryland voter participating in local elections in another state. But an out-of-state registration that permitted participation in state and federal elections would be illegal, he said.

A spokesman for Maryland Democrats said party leaders were told of Rosen’s dual registration by someone within the party on Friday. After verifying the details over the weekend, spokesman Matthew Verghese said, the leaders confronted Rosen on Monday.

Rosen was seen as the underdog to Harris, a 55-year-old physician from Baltimore County who is serving his first term in Congress. The district that has grown more solidly Republican since Harris ousted Democratic Rep. Frank Kratovil in 2010.

Still, she mounted a highly visible effort to promote her candidacy in July at the annual J. Millard Tawes crab feast in Crisfield.

At the time, she told a reporter she believed Harris was vulnerable to a challenge because of unpopularity among voters.

She traveled to Charlotte, N.C., last week for the Democratic National Convention. At a Maryland Democratic party luncheon at that city’s Mint Museum, she stood up to be recognized and receive applause.

Rosen edged Chestertown physician John LaFerla in the Democratic primary in April by just 57 of the more than 25,000 votes cast.

She withdrew from the general election in an email to party leaders.

“I have been proud to serve as the Democratic Congressional Candidate of Maryland’s 1st Congressional District for the last five months, so it is with great regret, and much sorrow that I must resign,” she wrote. “Personal issues have made this the hardest decision that I have had to make.”

Harris campaign manager Kathy Szeliga said Rosen’s withdrawal “must not delay our troops serving oversees from getting their ballots and exercising their right to vote in such an important presidential election.”

Rosen’s withdrawal comes during an election season in which Republicans across the country have cited voter fraud to push for new identification requirements at the polls.

Democrats say voter fraud is virtually nonexistent, and describe voter ID laws as a pretext to make it more difficult for the poor, minorities and other traditionally Democratic-leaning groups to vote.

The Maryland Republican Party said Monday it was “happy to see Maryland’s Democrats publicly agree that voter fraud is wrong.”

“Maryland Attorney General Doug Gansler and Florida Attorney General Pam Bondi should not only investigate but also prosecute Wendy Rosen to the fullest extent of the law,” David Ferguson, the executive director of the state party, said in a statement.

Given that the state Democratic Party was “willing to push one of its own candidates out of the race due to voter fraud,” Ferguson said, “I’m sure this means they will join us in an effort to purge the rolls across Maryland of illegal immigrants, the deceased, and those otherwise unqualified to vote.”

Gov. Martin O’Malley, a Democrat, commended the “swift and decisive action” of Democrats to demand Rosen’s withdrawal.

“The action taken today by the Maryland Democratic Party sends a clear message to Marylanders — we will not tolerate any violation of election laws,” he said.

Sun reporters Michael Dresser, John Fritze and Annie Linskey contributed to this article.

The next time a stupid vile Democrat tells you that we’ve got a right to vote and therefore voter ID is immoral, you point out what a dumbass hypocrite that fool is.  Because there is ZERO QUESTION that people have a right to keep and bear arms without being “infringed,” and yet there are gun registration laws up the whazoo that have mostly been passed by DEMOCRATS.  And given the fact that the damn NAZIS were elected, it is a frightening fact that the right to vote is a responsibility that can easily be perverted.  And in this nation where races – even for the presidency – can be decided by a handful of votes in a handful of states, WE HAVE A RIGHT AS AMERICAN CITIZENS TO GUARANTEE THAT ONLY LEGITIMATE VOTES ARE CAST AND COUNTED.

I say it again.  The Democrat Party is the Party of genuine evil today.

Why Did The Salamander Cross The Road? To Get $150,000 In Obama Stimulus

April 7, 2010

Who can forget such classic moments in liberalism as the woman who showed up to get “Obama money”:

ROGULSKI:Why are you here ?

Woman: To get some money

ROGULSKI: What kind of Money ?

Woman: Obama money

ROGULSKI: Where’s it comin; from ?

Woman: Obama

ROGULSKI: And where did Obama get it from ?

WOMAN: I don’t know, his stash. I don’t know. I don’t know where he got it from, but he’s givin’ it to us. And we love him. That’s why we voted for him. O-ba-ma. O-ba-ma.

And, of course, there was the woman who cheered Obama’s victory because he was going to fill her gas tank and pay for her mortgage:

“It was the most touching moment of my life! I never thought this day would ever happen! I won’t have to work to put gas in my car! I won’t have to worry about paying my mortgage!

You know, if I help HIM, he’s going to help us!”

And, it turns out that anyone who would have thought liberals had anything over salamanders IQ-wise were wrong.  Because the salamanders are actually bringing home the Obama pork, whereas these two Obama supporters are still most likely waiting to get Obama to fill their gas tanks and pay their mortgages out of his stash:

Vt. town gets $150K grant for salamander crossing
AP updated 7:39 a.m. ET April 2, 2010

MONKTON, Vt. – Future generations of salamanders in one Vermont town are going to be getting some help crossing the road.

The Monkton Conservation Commission says it has won a $150,000 state grant to install one or two culverts under a stretch of road to protect salamanders, other amphibians, reptiles and small mammals crossing between a swampy area and the uplands.

The Burlington Free Press says the project will be the first wildlife-crossing retrofit of a Vermont highway.

While it seems quite obvious at this point that salamanders are much smarter than Obama voters, there nonetheless remains the question that salamanders may not be smart enough to realize that they need to use the culverts.

Mind you, salamanders failing to use the culvert wouldn’t in any way, shape or form undermine their claim to intellectual superiority over Obama voters.  Remember, when it comes to Obama stimulus money, it doesn’t matter whether the money actually gets invested in anything that actually makes any sense or ever gets used; it only matters that you got it.  And the salamanders clearly got their share of the pig.

Obama Voted For Bush Energy Bill That McCain Opposed

August 9, 2008

Barack Obama has routinely been attempting to discredit John McCain as an extension of President Bush.

And he’s also been demonizing McCain as being too close to the oil companies. A recent Obama ad said of McCain, “”He’s for billions in new oil company giveaways while prices soar.”

John McCain responded yesterday, saying:

“Obama might be a little bit confused. Yesterday, he accused me of having President Bush’s policies on energy. That’s odd because he voted for the president’s energy bill and I voted against it,” McCain said.

“I know he hasn’t been in the Senate that long but even in the real world voting for something means you support it and voting against something means you oppose it,” McCain said.

Doesn’t that little factoid make Obama look like a big, fat, huge hypocrite?

McCain – justifiably – argues that HE has actually been far more determined to block giveaways to the oil companies than has been Obama, and that is precisely why he voted AGAINST the 2005 energy bill that Obama voted FOR.

McCain said of that 2005 energy bill that Obama voted for and he voted against:

“I spoke up against the administration and Congress and Sen. Obama when they gave us an energy bill with more than giveaways to big oil and really no solution to our energy problems,” McCain said. “I want to take a minute here on this issue ’cause I think Sen. Obama might be a little bit confused. Yesterday he accused me of having President Bush’s policies on energy. That’s odd because he voted for the president’s energy bill and I voted against it.”

“It had $2.8 billion in corporate welfare to big oil companies and they’re already making record profits as you know,” McCain said of the 2005 energy bill. “Sen. Obama voted for that bill, and it’s big oil giveaways. I know he hasn’t been in the senate that long, but even in the real world, voting for something — voting for something means your support, and voting against something means you oppose it.”

So when I call Barack Obama a hypocritical lying demagogue, realize that I’m being factually correct. Obama was the one who actually supported the Bush energy bill, and HE’S the one who voted for “billions in new oil company giveaways while prices soared.”

Is John McCain simply saying, drill, drill, drill, with no comprehensive strategy, as demonizing and demagoguing Democrats love to claim?

McCain says he wants an “all-of-the-above” approach to solving U.S. energy problems, which have seen gas prices rise to more than $4 a gallon before falling back.

He advocates a range of measures including building more nuclear power plants by 2030, developing clean coal as well as wind and solar power and wants Congress to rescind a ban on fresh drilling off U.S. coasts.

Energy is particularly important in Ohio because the traditional battleground state where Republicans and Democrats are evenly matched is one of the nation’s largest producers of coal.

“Obama says he wants energy independence but he’s opposed to new drilling at home. He’s opposed to nuclear power. He said the high cost of gasoline doesn’t bother him it only rose too quickly. Tell that to the people who are driving the oldest automobiles,” McCain said to applause.

John McCain isn’t claiming that drilling is our only answer; he’s stating the fact that it is a significant part of any legitimate American energy plan. We need oil, and will continue to need it for decades to come.

Bottom line: John McCain is demanding a comprehensive energy policy that includes drilling for oil, digging for coal,and building nuclear energy plants – all of which have been blocked by Democrats for decades.

Barack Obama, meanwhile, is opposed to all of these measures. He is essentially attempting to thwart production of over 90% of our energy (oil, coal, and natural gas alone represent about 83% of our energy), and focusing instead on doubling the 5% of our energy that qualifies as “alternative.”

And Obama is falsely attacking John McCain as an extension to Bush when HE’S the one who actually supported the Bush energy plan that McCain opposed.

So here’s the question: do you want a demagoguing liar who won’t produce any energy, or do you want the man who is actually proposing real solutions?

We need a leader, not a liar.