That’s what this man, Jack Justice, says happened to him after he was whisked from his rehab center to a voting booth without any notification. Unfortunately it’s nearly impossible to confirm because the only two people in the booth were him and the person who was supposed to facilitate his vote.
So, we’ve got this. And the continuing scandals surrounding ACORN. And the 200,000 unverified registrations that Susan Brenner in Ohio hid away for two years and went to the Supreme Court to avoid having to check. Oh, and places with more registered voters than actual living adults. Anyway, with all this suspicious activity going on, you may be wondering what Obama has to say about the subject. Wonder no longer. His campaign is now asking the DOJ to investigate the people who are making allegations of voting and registration fraud.
Read that carefully. He doesn’t want them to investigate these reports of fraud. He wants them to investigate the people reporting the fraud. Because, apparently, exposing voter fraud is a bad thing and should be punished. Because doing things like exposing massive voter registration fraud by ACORN is an attempt to “suppress the vote”. We certainly wouldn’t want “supress” voting by dead people, nonexistent people, and residents of otehr states! Heck, we’d better let ’em vote two or three times, just to be on the safe side.
Are you a voter out there somewhere who thinks you’ve seen something fishy? They’re watching for you. Better keep your head down and your mouth shut. After all, you saw what happened to the plumber.
UPDATE: The McCain campaign has issued a response to Obama’s bizarre statement. Here’s part of it:
“The letter’s request that the Department of Justice investigate ‘recent partisan Republican activities throughout the country’ is almost a parody of the Obama campaign’s attempt to intimidate their political opponents. In case Sen. Obama’s lawyer did not notice, we are in the midst of a political campaign, not a coronation, and the alleged criminal activity he calls ‘recent partisan Republican activities’ are what the rest of us call campaign speeches and debates. “