Director, The Ohio Election Justice Campaign
The GOP is taking center stage in the theatrical drama of the 2008 election cycle. Like the children's tale of Chicken Little and The Sky is Falling, Acorn registrations dropping on our heads from everywhere... and everyone is upset. Mutant tree nuts have run amuck in Ohio falsely registering to vote, and then voting. The Ohio GOP wants to look at all the new voter registrations across the state, for those who registered and voted in the five days that it was available by Ohio law on September 30 - October 4. Hunting new voters, what a pathetic way to show patriotism. With over 660,000 new voters, that is a lot of potential hunting. Should they be properly processed, yes, should we panic and create new rules to stop citizens of the US from voting, no.
The Ohio Democratic Party has been sitting in power over the office of Ohio Secretary of State and Ohio Attorney General since January of 2007. For the most part all the same criminals that stole the 2004 election are still running this years election. No one has gone to jail. Everyone is sitting happy with blinders, ear plugs, and a muzzle. See no crime, hear about no crime, and whatever you do, don't speak about it nor prosecute. No matter how blatant the crime, the Democrats blissfully ignore it at their own risk, and while neglecting the due diligence of the jobs of enforcing Ohio election laws. The repeated statements that "we have to get ready for the next election (so we can't do anything now)" we have heard of the past year, didn't prepare us... reality on the ground shows that we are totally not ready for this next election. Will they now investigate?
Well it's time to turn up the heat, so I'll report on the unfolding elections and offer up some of what the past few months of investigation into the 2004 ballots has uncovered and it's connections with current unfolding events.
When the topic of voter fraud and election fraud comes up, tell people to put in perspective... what about those folks in Ohio and what they did. Ohio had 58 counties that destroyed all or some of their 2004 ballots. Over 1.58 million of them. Each destruction a crime. It hardly compares to a couple voter registrations with made up names... of which no one will likely show up to vote.