Tuesday, October 26, 2010

Thy Deeds Not Thy Words

Democrat Jocelyn Benson and Republican Ruth Johnson are vying for the Michigan Secretary of State's office. This position is responsible for guarding and protecting the integrity of every vote cast in Michigan. As documented by past events, however, a Democrat would be an unwise choice for this job. Let the actions of the Democrats speak for themselves:

On Election Day 11/04/2008, the New Black Panther Party stood before a Philadelphia polling station, wore military garb, carried nightsticks, blocked entrances and made "racial threats and racial insults". The incident was videotaped. The Justice Department filed suit against the Panthers and won. According to the Washington Times, 07/12/2010, however, President Obama made an abrupt reversal and dropped the case when he came into office.

During the 2008 primaries, Democrat Gigi Gaston, in the documentary movie “We Will Not Be Silenced”, revealed voter fraud committed by Obama supporters against rival Hillary Clinton. This story was collaborated when former Justice Department Official Christian Adams testified before Congress in July this year.

The Military Overseas Voter Empowerment Act of 2009, MOVE, mandates that states mail out overseas absentee ballots 45 days before an election. On 10/15/2010, however, ABC News, USA Today, and others reported that Democratic states suchlike Illinois, New York, New Mexico, and Nevada, missed the MOVE deadline. Similarly, in the 2006 midterm election, 70% of the military ballots were not counted. This obviously helped the Pelosi-Reid Democrats take control of Congress.

During the 2004 presidential election, Democrat John Kerry won Wisconsin by 11,380 votes. After allegations of fraud surfaced, a Milwaukee police special unit investigated. The February 2008 police report cited 5,000 more votes than the number of ballots available. The report concluded that “the one thing that could eliminate a large percentage of the fraud” would be to end same-day registration.

Despite this, Democrat Benson still advocated for same-day voter laws. Furthermore, in an interview with Central Michigan Life, 02/18/2010, Benson stated her opposition against the Rogers’ Law, which requires that registered voter and driver license information match.

Our representation in government is under siege by the Democrats. Only Ruth Johnson will protect the legitimacy of your vote.

Vote for Ruth Johnson, Michigan Secretary of State.

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