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Attention Minnesota Sportsmen; Act Now!

Discussion in 'Uncategorized Threads' started by JBrooks, Nov 11, 2008.

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  1. JBrooks

    JBrooks TS Member

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    To all Minnesota sportsmen. Al Franken is trying to steal the election from Norm Coleman, see below. It is vital that he not be allowed to do this as it will move the Senate closer to a fillibuster proof majority. This means that Obama can appoint the most liberal anti-gun/anti-hunting even anti-fishing judges and justices. Call and write your local newspaper and demand that they cover this story. Call your legislators and congresspeople. Don't let this happen.

    Per Erick Erickson on Redstate.com

    " When all the votes were counted on election day, Norm Coleman had won by about 800 votes.

    After canvassing all the votes, the number dropped pretty significantly to a 200 vote lead. The canvass will be certified by the 18th and, under Minnesota law, a recount will begin on the 19th.

    Here's why we should be worried.

    Between election day and yesterday, most of the votes in the canvass went for Franken. While we can expect some vote shifting, as a former elections lawyer myself who has been involved in several recounts, it is very, very unusual for virtually all of the votes to shift to the other side. In fact, I'd say it is statistically improbable for there to be a 600 votes shift to the other side.

    Then we have these two interesting stories:

    1. 32 absentee ballots were found over the weekend with a Democratic Party operative. We don't really know from where other than the operative's car. The judge involved let the votes be counted.

    2. In Mountain Iron, MN, the local Democrat machine discovered 100 ballots that needed to be counted. All 100 of the ballots went for Obama. And all 100 of the ballots went for Franken. Let's leave out the round number, which in and of itself should raise suspicions. No part of Minnesota, including the Iron region north of Duluth up to Canada (that part of the state heavily influenced by machine politics on the left) saw straight party voting between Franken and Obama. Sure there were some. But for a group of Democrats to pull out 100 ballots and have 100% go Obama and Franken defies the odds.

    In Minneapolis, David Littlehawk, Franken's attorney, wanted disqualified ballots counted. The Minneapolis Board of Elections, which includes the very liberal, partisan Mayor of Minneapolis, refused. That, though, seems to be the exception to the rule.

    A source I spoke to said all these irregularities "are not easily explained."

    Now here is the kicker: it's pretty clear the Democrats are stealing the election. If they can get the vote closer, then Franken can allege voter fraud and take it to court if, after the recount, he hasn't stolen enough votes. Once in the court system, it'd be Harry Reid and the United States Senate determining who should go to Washington.

    It's already close enough. All the irregularities are benefiting Franken against statistical probability. And the media is intent on ignoring the issue."
     
  2. GunDr

    GunDr Well-Known Member

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    Another irregularity, involves a voting machine that printed out the final tally...I guess it's like a cash register receipt. Some time later, a few ballots were "found" that did not go through the machine. Odd, because there was always somebody standing guard over it.

    Anyway, the powers in charge decided to run all the ballots through again for a new final tally. It just happens, that the date on the tally ticket was for Nov 2nd, not the 4th. The original ticket/slip was thrown away.

    Last night on the 10:00pm news, a call in survey has 60% of the callers feeling something fishy is going on.
     
  3. bocephus

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    MIA, you mean we should all just look the other way anytime we see this fraud take place? Making this public and spread around to whoever will listen might just help, after all they are relying on the sheople to keep it quiet.
     
  4. halfmile

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    You need to file suit to declare the election invalid, and have a do over.

    Sounds like the fraud is quite egregious, and there should be a way to get it in front of the election commission.

    Next: steal a page from Obama's book and challenge all of Franken's nomination petition signatures, If you can get enough of them canceled his candidacy is invalid.

    (just tossing some ideas your way)

    HM
     
  5. halfmile

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    Also.....Can't you get a petition out for a recall?

    I also would like to see this turkey torpedoed.

    HM
     
  6. bocephus

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    MIA, thanks you made my point from an earlier post on a different thread, this country will never stand together against what is coming. Nobody is going to try to kill all those police/UN soldiers at your door demanding your guns, you will all hand them over freely in order to save your own a$$. When they take the 401s nobody will lift a finger to stop it. When they take your property and remove you from your home your neighbor will thank God they got you first. Just continue what you have been doing all along...NOTHING!! The liberal left is counting on it!! Ya JUST GET OVER IT!

    But yes you are right I am sure franken will be declared winner. But only because we stand by and let them.
     
  7. whiz-bang

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    In my county on November 19 there will be a recount of 76000 votes. Results are due December 19. Coleman now leads by 206 votes. I am sure Colemans Lawyers and staff can do more than me. MIA lives in Wisconsin he can do nothing.

    One reason Franken turned out as strong as he did was do to Working America. A affiliate with the AFL-CIO. Franken belongs to four unions. Working America was in full force going door to door telling people to vote for Democrats. They went as far as having ballots already filled out all democrats of course to show you how you should vote for there agenda. Some would even drive you to tour place to vote. My self I ran a total of six of these people of my property. I no longer belong to a union so I don't need the union to tell me how to vote or run my life.

    I was also involved on Labor day at the Minnesota state fair in a heated exchange with a BA with the operating engineers union. Because I didn't agree with Frankens or the Democrats view. I own a small Excavating business and have been a target for union bullying for some time.

    Union politics suck and they have spent millions of members dues to help get specific Democrats elected and Al Franken is one of them. No party has hurt the unions more than the Democrats and yet many union members still support them.

    Your non union friend and concerned business owner Jim.
     
  8. recurvyarcher

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    The democratic party bought EC seats in all of the key states. Republicans need to start donating BIG money to the party so they can do the same. Who are our wealthiest party members? Do conservatives have any big-money foreign backers? How does the party entice wealthy patrons?
     
  9. shooterIII

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    Just a little history. I know of two previous elections, one for Governor, Rep Carlson was ahead of Dem Rolvaag, recount, Dem won, another at a lower level of gov same thing Rep ahead, recount, Dem won. MN is a welfare state.
     
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