Tuesday, October 14, 2008
Democrat Voter Fraud in Florida
Convicted felons in Florida registered to vote, and twice as many registered as Democrats! What a coincidence! Amazing...simply amazing.
From the Sun Sentinel:
Thousands who should be ineligible are registered to vote.
More than 30,000 Florida felons who by law should have been stripped of their right to vote remain registered to cast ballots in this presidential battleground state, a Sun Sentinel investigation has found.
Many are faithful voters, with at least 4,900 turning out in past elections.
Another 5,600 are not likely to vote Nov. 4 — they're still in prison.
Of the felons who registered with a party, Democrats outnumber Republicans more than two to one.
Florida's elections chief, Secretary of State Kurt Browning, acknowledged his staff has failed to remove thousands of ineligible felons because of a shortage of workers and a crush of new registrations in this critical swing state.
Browning said he was not surprised by the newspaper's findings. "I'm kind of shocked that the number is as low as it is," he said.
Asked how many ineligible felons may be on Florida's rolls, Browning said, "We don't know."
"It's scandalous, really," said Lance deHaven-Smith, professor of public policy at Florida State University. "Why do they have to cull the rolls after they get registered? They shouldn't get on the rolls in the first place."
Elections workers are now reviewing more than 3,800 possible felon voters but have more than 108,000 others still to be checked. "We've not touched those records yet," Browning said.
Asked how long it will take to review them all, he said, "I don't have a clue. I really don't."
...wait for it...
...wait for it...
...he used to be a Democrat. The St. Petersburg Times, December 15, 2006:
[Browning] did face Democratic criticism for switching to Republican in 2002, the closest he has come to controversy in office. Democrats haven't forgotten, though many still laud his work.
"I just want to see fair elections," Pasco County Democratic Party chairwoman Alison Morano said. "That's one thing about Kurt: He always was fair, and I attribute that to his Democratic side."
Why should anyone believe that Browning isn't covertly working to help the Dems win Florida? Because we'd be hearing that he is covertly helping Republicans if he were a Republican turned Democrat.
Asked how long it will take to review them all, he said, "I don't have a clue. I really don't." Well then, that's reassuring!
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