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sdholloway56
Senior Advisor

bad at math

https://www.heritage.org/election-integrity/commentary/database-swells-1285-proven-cases-voter-fraud...

"database swells to 1285" and then hysteria around the wingerspere when someone said that voter fraud doesn't exist.

That is 1285 proven cases over multiple national election cycles amounting to hundreds of millions of votes.

Yes, it matters, as a matter of principle and that is why it is a felony. BTW, is is absolute insanity for anyone to commit single vote fraud unless you're voting in a 10 person town election. It is lottery math, and insane in relation to the penalty. 

Although I do have a friend who claimed to have voted for Reagan twice in '80.

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r3020
Senior Advisor

Re: bad at math

If people can peacefully protest they can peacefully vote. If you can't vote in person on election day you are free to request an absentee ballot or take part in early voting.

rsbs
Advisor

Re: bad at math

I imagine a lot of people voted for Reagan twice in 1980...primary and general elections.

sdholloway56
Senior Advisor

Re: bad at math

https://www.washingtonpost.com/graphics/2020/politics/vote-by-mail-states/

None of the states where all voters are automatically given sent a ballot to vote by mail (and have been, in most of those cases) are of particular swing importance anyway. NV, I guess now, but with the 'rona ripping through there, Dennison doesn't have a prayer there anyway. That's the problem with biological terrorism- it tends to get out of control.

I don't see how sending out applications for ballot requests to all registered voters would be an offense to anyone other than frightened fascists.

 

 

rsbs
Advisor

Re: bad at math

your twin doofus says that there never is any case of voter fraud, and that there never has been a farm failure due to estate taxation so I guess you guys have us rubes on those accounts.

 

Canuck_2
Senior Contributor

Re: bad at math

rsbs
Advisor

Re: bad at math

Dan Rather would be the go to guy on lying.....bet he wished he would have stuck to the truth and held on to his job.

bruce MN
Advisor

Re: bad at math

If there had ever been a case where a farm estate was liquidated by estate taxes it would have been the lead story in every Farming publication and website in the country.

Give us the details on the indebtedness going into the case.  Not just the farm but the heirs. On what the exemption was at the time.

And, seriously as a heart attack.  If that would have been the case it would have spurred code changes.  Not that they haven’t been hideously liberalized regardless.

As for voter fraud, a few individual cases scattered across the country don’t make a movement.  States have tight safeguards in place. Blue and Red ones.

That Franken/car trunk urban myth still hanging around the coffee shops?

And fwiw, obsessiveness is a defined mental health matter.

 

BA Deere
Honored Advisor

Re: bad at math

 

 

"Proven Cases"

who`s doin` the investigating?  Kamala Harris` former press secretary?

https://dailycaller.com/2020/08/06/kamala-harris-former-press-sec-twitter-censorship-trump-campaign/  

 

Democratic California Sen. Kamala Harris’ former press secretary has joined Twitter’s communications team and took to Twitter Wednesday to explain why a tweet from President Donald Trump’s reelection team was removed.

Nick Pacilio quoted the president’s tweet, which was a retweet of his campaign’s post, saying that it had been removed because it violated Twitter’s “rules on COVID-19 misinformation.” 

 

 

rsbs
Advisor

Pinnochio Alert

bruce MN
Advisor
Re: bad at math

If there had ever been a case where a farm estate was liquidated by estate taxes it would have been the lead story in every Farming publication and website in the country.

Give us the details on the indebtedness going into the case.  Not just the farm but the heirs. On what the exemption was at the time.

And, seriously as a heart attack.  If that would have been the case it would have spurred code changes.  Not that they haven’t been hideously liberalized regardless.

As for voter fraud, a few individual cases scattered across the country don’t make a movement.  States have tight safeguards in place. Blue and Red ones.

That Franken/car trunk urban myth still hanging around the coffee shops?

And fwiw, obsessiveness is a defined mental health matter.

Sure, I am going to put my friends name, former farm location, debts, etc...up on the internet.

The fact is that he got saddled with over $100,000 in estate taxes on a 200 acre wet farm, prices dropped to less than $1000 per acre, and he got sold out. How hard is all of that to comprehend?  Need an effing 2X4? I have a few.

As far as the Franken ballots in a trunk, that  is actually pretty well documented unless you are an ostrich, which I guess you are.

Have a good life, Doofus.