Voter fraud. That’s what it is, and nothing less.
The fact that Philadelphia, in 59 of their heavily African-American precincts, not one single vote was cast for Romney, strains the imagination.
In nine precincts in the Cleveland, Ohio, area, not one single vote was cast for Romney. Not one. Sort of stretches the credibility of that count, as well.
In the district of Florida represented by Alan West, he was denied the chance to be re-elected when 143 percent of the registered voters turned out. He still only lost by .59 percent (slightly over one-half of 1 percent) but that’s not close enough to trigger an automatic recount.
I am adamantly against the Obama administration. As one pundit put it, Chicago is known for three things: pizza, gangsters and corrupt politicians. President Obama is not pizza.
Does this make a case for a picture ID for voters? A driver’s license would suffice or some other state-issued photo ID, which would be marked off against a list of eligible registered voters. Not on the list, you don’t vote. No picture ID, go away. Or perhaps, let them vote, but the votes are then set aside in a separate place until deemed relevant to the outcome.
But there I go again, believing in being fair to a large, Democratic voting population when they have proven time and time again that their agenda is to win at any cost.