8 Feb

Ohio woman: Yeah, I voted for Obama twice… what’s the big deal?

Doug Powers @ Michelle Malkin:

Nineteen cases of possible voter fraud are being investigated in Hamilton County, Ohio. One of the people being investigated is proud to admit she voted for President Obama –twice. She also helped others vote for Obama — twice. The woman insinuates that it was all just a mistake because she was unsure of the process.

Bonus points: She’s a poll worker:

According to county documents, Richardson’s absentee ballot was accepted on Nov. 1, 2012 along with her signature. On Nov. 11, she told an official she also voted at a precinct because she was afraid her absentee ballot would not be counted in time.

“There’s absolutely no intent on my part to commit voter fraud,” said Richardson.

According to BOE records, her name appeared on an absentee ballot list prior to Election Day. The board’s report states poll workers should have updated the signature poll book by flagging “absentee voter” next to the names of those who appeared on the list. Upon investigation it was found that none of the voters who appeared on the list were flagged, which included Richardson. The staff could not locate that supplemental list when asked.

Richardson voted at the Madisonville Recreation Center where she worked as a paid worker on Election Day.

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68 Responses to Ohio woman: Yeah, I voted for Obama twice… what’s the big deal?

  1. retire05 says: 51

    @Richard Wheeler:

    Retire05 You’re just a sad and very frustrated old lady.If you weren’t such a mean old bitch I might feel sorry for your mentally hobbled condition.

    Post a copy of your degree in psychiatry, asshole, or STFU. You have NO idea who I am, what gender I am or how old I am. Just more of your bullsh!t rantings. Amazing how losers like you don’t like being called losers.

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  2. Scott in Oklahoma says: 52

    @retire05: Hey Retire05, don’t let him drag you down to his level, he’ll beat ya with experience. As with nearly all of the lib’s I have discussed anything with, as soon as they realize they don’t have facts to support their weak-ass stance they revert to the personal attacks, insults and lies. They have no principles, no character and no concern for anyone or anything that opposes their twisted veiws. They are dishonest to the core and will do or say anything to try and convince anyone that they are not only right, but they are smarter than anyone else you might know. Morally bankrupt, dishonest to the core and tolerant of no-one who opposes their views… qualities that they hold in high regard. And as I have recently discovered, not worth arguing with.

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  3. retire05 says: 53

    @Scott in Oklahoma:

    Morally bankrupt, dishonest to the core and tolerant of no-one who opposes their views… qualities that they hold in high regard.

    Yeah, Scott, that pretty wells sums up Richard Wheeler. Of course, what do you expec? He lives in Loonafornia. You know, the state that had practically branrupted itself with its progressive/liberal policies?

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  4. Tom says: 54

    @Scott in Oklahoma:

    Tom, I understand you’re looking through the liberal 2012 lens at this

    Is the liberal lens to be against the government controlling all information about elections?

    Banning the media from real time election results is a recipe for fringe paranoia. Are you familiar with fringe paranoia, Scott?

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  5. Tom says: 55

    @Scott in Oklahoma:

    Scott, I want you to know that I think your concerns about the media are completely valid. Your solution however smacks of fascism,but lets put that to the side. Let’s look at your premise: people only vote when they think their actual vote will directly influence the election. Hmmmm.

    When it comes to voting, I only know two types of people, those who vote and those who don’t vote. The likely outcome of the election isn’t a variable they consider. Voters vote regardless whether their candidate is losing, or in spite of it. Have you no concept of a third party candidate or a protest vote? I have never met one person who told me they weren’t voting because they thought, via the news, their candidate was going to lose.

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  6. Tom says: 56

    @Scott in Oklahoma:

    Are you proud of that rant about liberals, Scott? I was deeply embarrassed to read it, considering I’ve been treating you as a reasonable, intelligent person.

    Before you insult Rich Wheeler you might want want to understand what he’s done in his lifetime.

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  7. Scott in Oklahoma says: 57

    @Tom: Yes Tom, I am familiar with the term “fringe paranoia”. I am also very familiar with the way the press warps things to put a message out that fits their agenda. As a local example, when I was a working detective, I would go out to a crime scene to start my investigation; the press would also show up. The next day, I would read the paper and watch the news in wonder… they usually got the day and time right, and the general neighborhood; other than that I had to wonder if they were talking about the incident I was investigating. I would rather see election results AFTER the count, to reduce the media influence in either direction.
    People would like to believe their vote counts, and yes Tom, I also understand the concept of third party voting. In fact I wish (hope) we could get a valid and equal third party, I don’t see a lot of difference between R’s and D’s anymore, although the Tea Party is starting to gain a little traction as they seek fiscal responsibility from government.
    As for my rant Tom, you and I have had a fairly civil discourse (as long asI ignore your little digs). Now go back and read the first sentence of my post, the part where I say “nearly all”. That doesn’t mean every one of them; yeah it’s a fairly broad brush, but it certainly applies to Richard Wheeler. As for what he’s done in his lifetime, it really doesn’t excuse any of his behavior as far as I am concerned. I do have some friends who are liberals, we remain friends because we understand we can have different views without throwing insults, little digs or outright attacks. I have disconnected from some conservative aquaintances for the same lack of tolerance of other’s views.
    Have a nice day.

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  8. retire05
    you are a solid friend of me and many here,
    no one can doubt your intelligence here,
    and what you give of info
    is always more than many, and always read with interest,
    because I know you’re telling the truth and you also are smart enough
    to take on the libtards visiting here who get out of place and are arrogant enough to insult
    this group of CONSERVATIVES and their values, which enrage them to get so nasty as to
    become the attacker of character, they feel so superior with their win of less than half if we count the corruption of votes, they think to be winners of one county giving 108% votes for them,
    they are not fit to be there, we can see by reading those who come here trying
    to impose their intents and deny our mindset,
    RW is one who use arrogance and try to dictate his opinion by blaming the other opinion
    with insults if he get the wrong reply , they all are of one mindset you don’t see any difference in their nuances revolving around the OBAMA CIRCLE LOGO.
    THEY ARE THE POMPEI CITIZENS UNAWARE OF THEIR DEMISE COMING AND MERYLY GO AROUND PREACH THERE IS NO GOD, WE ARE THE MASTER SMARTER THAN GOD,
    I thank you for taking my side my friend

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  9. Tom says: 59

    @Scott in Oklahoma:

    Scott, I’m glad to hear you have liberal friends. I am very familiar with that state of being friends with people who have very different political leanings. And even though I love a good debate, I wouldn’t change anyone’s philosophy if I could. The wide range of opinions and ideas freely expressed is one of America’s greatest assets (and possibly the one that’s most taken for granted).

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  10. Richard Wheeler says: 60

    Retire05 You posted to Aye your gender and age. It’s Sunday. Church and a long beach run.
    Semper Fi

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  11. retire05 says: 61

    @ilovebeeswarzone:

    Thank you for your kind words. Considering that you are probably the most polite person on this blog. Now, I understand some have trouble with what you write, but, and correct me if I am wrong, English is not your primary language, right? French, perhaps? If that is so, then others need to acknowledge your efforts in communicating using a language that I am sure is difficult for you.

    I found it ironic that a progressive, of the Woodrow Wilson, FDR type, would chastise you for not knowing about the U.S. Most progressives hold great interest for me. Their political philosphies are based not in logic, but in emotion that differs for segments of their group. For progressive politicians, it is all about gaining power threw the election box. For progressive voters, it is a being able to feel good about redistrubuting wealth the help those who live in poverty (there really is no such thing as true poverty in the U.S.) but they want to do it using someone else’s wallet. And they call themselves “liberal”, but believe me, they are not liberal in the true sense of the word or they would balk at any redistributive policies.

    Arrogance runs deep in the progressive, so every now and then, just to add a little spark, I have to tweek their noses. The reaction is predictable and always the same.

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  12. retire05 says: 62

    @Richard Wheeler:

    Retire05 You posted to Aye your gender and age. It’s Sunday. Church and a long beach run.

    So, in the event that I did, and you think I am in my 70’s, the only excuse that we can apply to your nasty comments is that you practice age discrimination. Tell me, Richard, exactly what do you have against people in their 70’s when you, yourself, will reach that point in the not to distant future. Or is that just part of the denied bigotry that the left suffers from?

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  13. retire05
    yes you’re right on,
    I did improve, I think,
    you should have read me in 2008, trying to make a sentence in ENGLISH,
    I was given many kudos like you did a few times,
    that kept me attach to you all who worked hard to decipher my ENGLISH WRITTEN,
    I was pretty good verbally some years before as I was speaking instead of writing,
    that was in FLORIDA and I made some friends I still remember the short good time we had,
    and I was in love with AMERICA FROM THEN ON, it never left me, and when I start to play with a computer I end up with FLOPPING ACES , that after looking on other blogs,
    and I found my way to express my love for THIS BEAUTIFUL MOST INTELLIGENT
    BUT SO TOLERANT CONSERVATIVES, WITH MANY PERSONALITY BUT ALL THE SAME RICH VALUES,
    WHICH I FOUND MYSELF SO LUCKY TO BE PART OF AND TO SHARE THEIR FEELING OF
    ANGER TO JUST OBSERVED THEIR AMERICA BECOMING SAD
    AND HUMILIATED BY THE THUGS
    IN POWER,
    WHO HAVE NO INTEREST BUT THEIR OWN, AND DON’T CARE A BIT FOR AMERICA THE GREAT,
    WHERE THE AMERICANS HAVE LOST SO MUCH LIVES AND LIMBS TO PRESERVE THE FREEDOM OF ALL PEOPLE OF THE WORLD , THOSE GIANT BRAVES GAVE ME A GREAT ADMIRATION FOR WHAT THEY DID, AND DRAWN ME CLOSE HERE AT FLOPPING ACES WHO HAVE THE SAME VENERATION FOR THE WARRIORS, I just felt at home here and tried to type my opinions, my true feeling
    for who I consider my friends, and admire the intelligence being express here every time I come,
    bye

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  14. Richard Wheeler
    you have gone to the lowest level by doing character demolition,
    just like Ron H did with another of us,
    that was never done by any other here,
    and it’s unforgiveble, you have left your mark here now,
    and shown who you are you have done it before also.
    and I resent that attitude of you,

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  15. Richard Wheeler says: 65

    Bees “character demolition” You’re beautiful!

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  16. ChillytheAlaskan says: 66

    @Richard Wheeler:

    Election/Voter fraud estimated at 5%-10%. Machines hacked to roll Romney votes to Obama with a program to keep the total just above the point of an automatic recount.

    Dick Morris and all the pre election polls that showed Romney running away with the election were correct, they just did not realize how big this cheat was.

    http://endoftheamericandream.com/archives/22-signs-that-voter-fraud-is-wildly-out-of-control-and-the-election-was-a-sham

    http://www.wnd.com/2012/12/did-obama-steal-the-2012-election/?cat_orig=politics

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  17. ChillytheAlaskan
    thank’s for the link, I knew it from reading here and there,
    but this is facts and really true,
    I’m glad to have found this one,
    It was impossible to be a true election, no one with their right mind could believe it,
    best to you.

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  18. Richard Wheeler says: 68

    Chilly WND Same Org. that claimed Sandy Hook massacre was Staged. SHAMEFUL
    Dick Morris was fired by Fox for his fantasy electoral predictions.

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