Voter Integrity Project strikes out, again

Fishing expedition comes back empty-handed:

Perry, who has been registered to vote in North Carolina since at least 1975, according to election records, was dismayed to receive a letter this month from the Wake County Board of Elections suggesting she may no longer be qualified to vote because she might be dead. "My initial reaction? I was mad as hell," Perry said Monday morning.

I would be mad as hell, too. What if she had been on vacation, or the letter got mixed up with some junk mail and accidentally tossed in file 13? Would her failure to respond have caused her name to be purged? And as far as this is concerned:

We're not really interested in partisan politics," said Jay DeLancy, a retired Air Force officer and director of Voter Integrity Project. "As an organization, we try to eliminate those kinds of biases in our research."

I'm gonna go ahead and call bullshit right now. Jay, I know you read our blog, especially when your name is mentioned, so we need you to show some integrity and tell everybody who funds your group.

While we're waiting, here's a little distraction:

Note: For the Monty Python heads out there, this isn't an invitation to parrot painfully rehashed MP phrases. Please, I can only take so much...

Comments

Agree

I call bullshit too.

More important, inquiring minds want to know exactly how much the Republican Voter ID scheme would cost We the People of North Carolina if adopted.

Let's see the freakin' budget, folks. My guess is we'll find something that looks a lot like the ongoing meltdown in Minnesota.

My back of the envelop analysis suggests we're talking roughly a million bucks per potential fraudulent voter. Nothing says fiscal responsibility like flushing taxpayer dollars on a problem that isn't.

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We are not amused.

Not really interested in partisan politics?

Thursday, May 10, 2012

Game On!!!

It all comes down to November.
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This is what motivates me to fight vote fraud: Unless we get these voter rolls cleaned up, the hard work that ACORN and "Action NC" (the criminal enterprise formerly known as ACORN) have done over the last 5-6 years will result in a stolen election in the "battleground" state of NC.

The Left knows what they are doing and some on our side are beginning to wake up .

All the Left is doing in NC is trying to freeze out the clock on photo ID. Granted, an ID wouldn't solve every type of election fraud that is possible, but it would help.

Time is not on our side and we are late to the fight. The convoluted challenge process in NC election law means that if we cannot finish all of our challenges no later than 60 days before any given election, the fraudulent voter will be allowed to vote in that election.If these thoughts stir you to action, please surf over to VoterIntegrityProject.com, fill in the "contact" form and "follow" us on Twitter.

Posted by Vote Checker at 6:30 AM

Well when you follow the instructions and follow @VoteChecker from VoterIntegrityProject.com on Twitter you get to witness DeLancy's partisan bent, whether it's comments, Paul Ryan rally photos or a picture with Herman Cain.

What's with these retired officers with "duh" names?

Duh Luca? Duh Lancey?

These jerks swore - like I did - to defend the constitution of the United States against all enemies foreign and domestic. Now, as it turns out, they ARE domestic enemies ... trying to subvert the most important act in any democratic system ... the right to vote.

If they were still on active duty, they'd be in fucking jail.

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Where in the Constitution is

Where in the Constitution is there a right to vote in a Presidential election? See Gore v. Bush Florida case. I know, libs know better than anyone else....you need an ID for Sudafed, a checking account, alcohol, to enter a federal building.....but it is somehow discriminatory to present id when voting? You're on the losing end of this one...

Amendment 24 for example

AMENDMENT XXIV

SECTION 1.

The right of citizens of the United States to vote in any primary or other election for President or Vice President, for electors for President or Vice President, or for Senator or Representative in Congress, shall not be denied or abridged by the United States or any state by reason of failure to pay any poll tax or other tax.

SECTION 2.

The Congress shall have power to enforce this article by appropriate legislation.

Corresponded with Jay -

DeLancy and I exchanged emails. Nice guy, but still full of crap and has no idea of what he aiming at, or for what reason. All his group does is confuse things and cause problems for NCBSE, in hopes they will fail and then allow nitwits like him and his tribe to point at "gummint failed". They do not think "gummint" is legitimate. In fact, I have concluded they dont think at all.

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Voter Integrity Project is business, not non-profit

I'm kicking myself I missed this. Rachel Maddow last night: 'Dead voters' exposed as phantom scandal caught the fact that the Voter Integrity Project called itself a non-profit when in fact it was registered as a business corporation. After Maddow started asking questions the Voter Integrity website was changed, dropping the non-profit claim.