Thursday, January 29, 2009

It will be easier to steal elections I guess

Oregon Could Join Washington In Offering Online Voter Registration
Registering to vote in Oregon could soon be as easy as a few clicks of the mouse. State lawmakers are considering a bill that would make Oregon one of a handful of states to allow online voter registration.

You could soon be able to sign up to vote in your PJ’s in Oregon. Actually, you can do that already. But you have to print out the form, find a stamp and put it in the mail.

Rep. Ben Cannon: “What we’re envisioning here is a one-click process for voter registration, so, lowering that barrier to participation.”

Gross apathy is what lowers participation. If you can't take the time to put a stamp on an evelope then maybe you shouldn't be able to raise my property taxes to say nothing of affecting the peaceful transfer of power in the greatest country on earth.


Bobkatt said...

Maybe they could throw in a couple of lottery tickets and some free beef.

DAVE01 said...

I guess Osama could register to vote from his cave in Pakistan. Soon every person on the planet will be able to vote in our elections. I guess that is the change we are getting. So much for the Republic. Our empire will not last as long as the Roman one, too much corruption and apathy. I guess we can all head to mexico since our borders will never be secured. Adios America.

Anonymous said...

Soon every person on the planet will be able to vote in our elections ...

You Republicans have been bitching about voter integrity ever since Oregon went to vote-by-mail, at which point we were supposed to be inundated in a tidal wave of voter fraud ... your nightmare scenario never quite panned out, did it? Why is it you get your snits in a knit every time the government tries to make it easier for YOU to vote?

DAVE01 said...

Anon 10:52 AM
If they are not looking for it, how will they find it. Over 150 thousand illegal aliens have drivers licenses. At the DMV, they have motor voter cards, how in the hell do you think there is not voter fraud.

Just because nobody is caught does not mean it is not happening. Who is checking up and verifying the voter integrity? Nobody. Do you remember a year or two ago when the voter integrity group (or something like that) found people born in the middle 1800's who were voting. We had over one thousand people with ages over one hundred voting. What in the hell are you talking about there is not voter fraud. I'm sure we have a hard time checking hispanic names because they will call it racist. I'm not sure when hispanics were elevated to a race, but anything can happen in Oregon.

Remember, Portland is the only place an eighteen year old can have a Sam Adams! Oregon is where a worthless governor gets re elected. Only in bizarro world.

Didn't you see Acorn on the news registering multiple names for one person? Where are you, on Mars?

Anonymous said...

Didn't you see Acorn on the news registering multiple names for one person? Where are you, on Mars?

Sure. Fraud in vote registration is much, much different than actually casting a fraudulent vote. Election fraud is the real story, but god forbid we talk about such things. I never hear any griping about diebold machines, only griping about making it easier to vote.

Anonymous said...

I have heard on more than oneoccasion thats it's not who is voting its' who's counting the votes!

Scottiebill said...

Frank Dane said, "Get the fools on your side and you can be elected to anything." Commissar Obama proved that last November.

All hail Comrade Obama, defender of untruth, injustice and the un-American Way.