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Romney voter fraud redux

The petition calling for an investigation of whether Mitt Romney committed voter fraud, started by frequent Humboldt Herald commenter Mitch has already been mentioned at examiner.com.

Yesterday, Indiana’s Secretary of State Charlie White was found guilty by a jury of six felonies, including using a false address — that of his ex-wife — on his voter registration.

That’s almost word-for-word what Presidential candidate Fred Karger alleged Mitt Romney did, but Massachusetts hasn’t even investigated.  That’s why Mitch set up a petition to have Massachusetts investigate the evidence Karger has laid out both in Mother Jones magazine and on the Rachel Maddow show.

The petition was initially set up at the White House web site, but the White House does not accept petitions dealing with law enforcement issues, so it has been relocated to change.org.

EARLIER: Local man launches petition for Romney fraud investigation

  1. Anonymous
    February 4, 2012 at 11:51 pm

    Mitt’s lying, cheating, scandals will have to rise far, far above Bush’s AWOL, and the WMD charade, (that left tens of thousands of Iraqi civilians dead), before a republican will flinch.

    Here we go again Iran.

  2. What Now
    February 5, 2012 at 12:56 am

    Exit polls from Nevada indicate that 2% of mormons voted for Newt.

    There IS speculation that these are relatives of the “Mittster’s” that got screwed on the inheritance deal.

  3. Just Watchin
    February 5, 2012 at 6:02 am

    Getting in Bush, Iraq, Iran, and WMD mentions on a totally unrelated subject. We’ve found our liberal whackjob of the day!!

  4. Ponder z
    February 5, 2012 at 7:56 am

    All politicians are susceptible to accusations. Even the current, unrecognized, persons in the White House. Even the curent mayor of Chitcago. Even the dead Kennedy from Mass. (Well that was all true). Even that guy that was in the White House back in the 90s. (oh yea, that was true too). Well you get the point.

  5. Just Watchin and Pondering
    February 5, 2012 at 9:59 am

    Accusations do not equal verifiable facts. Right wingers can’t tell the difference between a false accusation (Obama is not a U.S. citizen) and demonstrated offenses (Gingrich cheated on two wives, had an affair with an aide while he was in Congress).

    11:51 is correct. Watch the winger’s wrap themselves with willful ignorance and denial.

  6. High Finance
    February 5, 2012 at 10:49 am


  7. Nicholas Kristof on today's Republicans
    February 5, 2012 at 11:10 am

    “Much of the current conservative movement is characterized by this sort of historical amnesia and symbolic parricide, which seeks to undo key aspects of the Republican legacy such as Reagan’s elimination of corporate tax loopholes, Nixon’s environmental and labor safety programs, and a variety of GOP achievements in civil rights, civil liberties and good government reforms,” Kabaservice writes. “In the long view of history, it is really today’s conservatives who are ‘Republicans in name only.’ ”

    Read the rest: http://seattletimes.nwsource.com/html/opinion/2017403810_kristof03.html

  8. February 5, 2012 at 12:11 pm

    To the modern republican the US Constitution is a communist manifesto. These guys couldn’t get anymore anti-American.

  9. jr
    February 5, 2012 at 12:31 pm

    And what would the Bill of Rights be?

  10. February 5, 2012 at 10:23 pm

    Republicans and Democrats have ignored Election Fraud, voting machines that are not verifiable, that count our votes in secret with no real paper trail. Republicans have focused though on voter fraud and have spent millions of dollars trying to find evidence of such. Mitt and Ann Coulter come to mind when I think of people violating laws about where and how one must vote. The fact that the person in Indiana that holds the highest office to oversee both kinds of fraud, voter and election in that state is now a criminal says something about the people that elected him. Either most of them don’t know a damn thing about election law or they are all criminals.

    I had thought that the millions republicans have spent trying to find the one or two people here and there that voted somewhere other than their precinct, wasn’t eligible to vote or voted twice was wasted but Indiana Secretary of State Charlie White is an example of money well spent. Now lets go after the machines and private companies that count the votes in secret. Are you republicans with me? Democrats don’t seem to care about this stuff very much. Do you really want to stop fraud or are you just trying to stop poor and old people from voting and by accident locking up some of your highest ranking voting officials?

  11. Just Watchin
    February 6, 2012 at 6:01 am

    John Kennedy literally won the presidency with the votes of those planted in Chicago graveyards. How do you blame Republicans for that?

  12. walt
    February 6, 2012 at 6:15 am

    Why disenfranchise the dead? They are persons too. Many are Republicans!

  13. walt
    February 6, 2012 at 6:51 am

    They may have unusual dietary habits, but last I heard vegans weren’t discriminated against, and even locavores are allowed to vote.

  14. Jennifer
    February 22, 2012 at 7:52 pm

    Since it is an open primary, expect a lot of Democrats to recieve cash to vote for Romney. Ironically, a Santorum win would be a huge victory for the Obama campaign, because Mitt would have to spend his money getting the nomination. If I was a Democrat, I would be voting for Santorum.

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