Monday, January 05, 2009

Thr Biggest Problems With Minnesota’s Fraud "Recount"

JinC Regular Ken in Dallas nails two of them when he comments on the thread of Minnesota “recount” looks like a fraud - - -

The two biggest problems with the Minnesota recount is the lack of a verifiable chain of custody and lack of consistency.

You simply cannot have canvassing boards in precincts heavily favoring one candidate all of a sudden finding hundreds of ballots that were "mistakenly" rejected. It’s laughable. There are rules for a recount.

The canvassing board changed from a recount board to a "voter intent" board.

The idea of counting votes without ballots is also a novel idea.

I think most people believe a recount should correct mathematical errors and machine malfunctions. This exercise goes light years beyond that.

There’s another problem I’d add to Ken’s two - - -

The Founders feared and hated what they called “party interests” because, among other things, they knew without ever meeting Sens. Harry Reid, Dick Durbin, Ted Kennedy, Chris Dodd and the like, that such “party before country” Senators would abuse the Senate’s Constitutionally granted powers in order to advance their party’s interests.

And that's just what Reid and his Democratic Party Senators are planning to do in the Frankenfraud case.

Thank you, Ken.


Anonymous said...

Watching the circus on Capitol Hill today, I can't help thinking that our congress makes Third-World Banana Republics look pretty good. I don't think we have ever had a bigger bunch of dunces representing the American people. And both parties are equally guilty. Every member of the House and Senate should hang his/her head in shame. What think you?
Tarheel Hawkeye