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2012-10-27 Home Front: Politix
Full name list: U.N. "ELECTION OBSERVERS"
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Posted by tipper 2012-10-27 09:23|| E-Mail|| Front Page|| [700 views ]  Top

#1 I don't imagine Franklin Co., OH is a place they would be watching;
http://www.humanevents.com/2012/10/26/is-voter-fraud-being-committed-in-ohio/
Somalis who cannot speak English come to the (Franklin Co., OH) polling center. They are brought in groups, by van or bus. The Democrats hand them a slate card and say, “vote Brown all the way down.”
Non-English speaking voters may use an interpreter. The interpreters are permitted by law to interpret for the individual voting; however, they are forbidden from influencing their vote in any way.
(When did the requirement of ability to speak English to become a citizen end?)
A Mitt Romney bus stopped near the voting center, approximately 30 Democrats who were outside handing out the slate cards rushed over to the bus. They yelled at the bus, and swarmed around its door when anyone attempted to exit the bus.
Posted by Glenmore 2012-10-27 12:42||   2012-10-27 12:42|| Front Page Top

#2 A Mitt Romney bus stopped near the voting center, approximately 30 Democrats who were outside handing out the slate cards rushed over to the bus. They yelled at the bus, and swarmed around its door when anyone attempted to exit the bus.

Just like the Zombie movie the Mrs and I watched on Friday Fright Night...Who knew the Zombies are Democrats.
Posted by Au Auric 2012-10-27 14:24||   2012-10-27 14:24|| Front Page Top

#3 All the dead and undead are democrats. Just look at Chicago!

They have the lock on imaginary friends too!
Posted by CrazyFool 2012-10-27 14:33||   2012-10-27 14:33|| Front Page Top

#4 We talked about this yesterday.
1) Not U.N. Observers, but OSCE Observers
2) Observers, not controllers with any power
3) OSCE also sent election observers to the German elections of 2009. Nobody has a problem with that.
4) The OSCE boss praised the last two U.S. elections.
Posted by European Conservative 2012-10-27 14:57||   2012-10-27 14:57|| Front Page Top

#5 And if you're in St. Paul or Des Moines, be sure to look for Daniela Malijanska-Mitevska, who appears to hail from the planet fYROM...
Posted by tu3031 2012-10-27 15:07||   2012-10-27 15:07|| Front Page Top

#6 EC - the OSCE were requested by liberal Democrat groups to try and undermine the credibility of a Romney win. They are not impartial in our minds
Posted by Frank G 2012-10-27 15:16||   2012-10-27 15:16|| Front Page Top

#7 The fyRomians are very nice beings, I mean once you get over the smell.
Posted by Steven 2012-10-27 15:20||   2012-10-27 15:20|| Front Page Top

#8 Frank, the liberal Democrat groups haven't studied the role of OSCE observers very well.

They will only come if invited by someone. Actually George Buch personally invited OSCE observers to attend the last two US elections. The OSCE had no complaint to file (or whatever they noted were very minor issues).

I don't think this will change this time. OSCE observers are held to strict non-partisanship. Those Democrat groups might be very disappointed.
Posted by European Conservative 2012-10-27 15:21||   2012-10-27 15:21|| Front Page Top

#9 Daniela Malijanska-Mitevska is actually quite a cute young blonde. I don't know if she smells but Steven certainly knows better.
Posted by European Conservative 2012-10-27 15:40||   2012-10-27 15:40|| Front Page Top

#10 Today's Fun Fact: fYROM is NOT another planet. It is the "Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia". Why they don't just call it Macedonia, I have no idea...
Posted by tu3031 2012-10-27 15:51||   2012-10-27 15:51|| Front Page Top

#11 https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Macedonia_naming_dispute
Posted by European Conservative 2012-10-27 15:56||   2012-10-27 15:56|| Front Page Top

#12 I can't believe the conversation turned to zombie Democrats without this being included sooner...

Posted by Ricky bin Ricardo (Abu Babaloo) 2012-10-27 15:57||   2012-10-27 15:57|| Front Page Top

#13 I also went out and read their reports on 2004 and 2008.
Their main beef seems to be that felons aren't allowed to vote in most states. For the observers, it sounds like it was a nice vacation in a non third world hellhole on the OSCE's dime.
Posted by tu3031 2012-10-27 16:01||   2012-10-27 16:01|| Front Page Top

#14 I'd have some beef with those felony rules, too, especially because (e.g. Florida) felons are barred from voting even long after time served.

Just remember that felony may include "copyright infringement"
Posted by European Conservative 2012-10-27 16:09||   2012-10-27 16:09|| Front Page Top

#15 On a lighter note

Miss Macedonia
Posted by European Conservative 2012-10-27 16:15||   2012-10-27 16:15|| Front Page Top

#16 #15 We're definitely talking fifty-first state material there.
Posted by Matt 2012-10-27 16:24||   2012-10-27 16:24|| Front Page Top

#17 #14 - most rights (including voting rights) can be petitioned to be restored based on behavior, original crime, etc. It's hard to do that when you keep committing felonies. Recidivism should be a roadblock to voting Democrat
Posted by Frank G 2012-10-27 16:39||   2012-10-27 16:39|| Front Page Top

#18 #14 I'd have some beef with those felony rules, too, especially because (e.g. Florida) felons are barred from voting even long after time served.

We have a legal process in most (or all) states whereby voter rights can be restored after a felony conviction.
Posted by JohnQC 2012-10-27 17:34||   2012-10-27 17:34|| Front Page Top

#19 After sentence is completed and some period of time without further crime elapses. Sometimes this process is automatic for first time offenders dependending upon the type of crime. In other places, it is a formal process where the process occurs through the courts. In other states, a direct appeal to the Governor or President is made for a pardon.
Posted by JohnQC 2012-10-27 17:37||   2012-10-27 17:37|| Front Page Top

#20 Last I knew, Gordon Liddy still had no voting rights.
Posted by Glenmore 2012-10-27 17:48||   2012-10-27 17:48|| Front Page Top

#21 #13 Well maybe that's ok after Belarus in winter
Posted by European Conservative 2012-10-27 18:00||   2012-10-27 18:00|| Front Page Top

#22 #15: Which state is she observing? I might want to relocate before the election.
Posted by Charles 2012-10-27 18:30||   2012-10-27 18:30|| Front Page Top

#23 I'm sure it's one of the 57 states
Posted by European Conservative 2012-10-27 20:46||   2012-10-27 20:46|| Front Page Top

#24 LOL, #23 EC.

You're a gem. We're honored to have you as a friend. :-D
Posted by Barbara 2012-10-27 23:16||   2012-10-27 23:16|| Front Page Top

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