Texas Rainmaker
October 20th, 2004 11:44 am
Which Candidate Would The 9/11 Terrorists Have Supported?
It may not be a politically correct question, but it’s a politically significant one. You see, 8 of the 19 hijackers could have registered to vote in Virginia and Florida prior to September 11, 2001, despite the fact that they were admittedly not U.S. Citizens and were illegally in the country, having over-stayed their visas.

According to an article in the Chicago Sun-Times, the hijackers, had they survived their attempted tower-side-landings, could’ve waltzed into a voting booth in two weeks and cast a ballot. In fact, political correctness in our country has set the stage so that it would’ve actually been illegal in most states to even ask them for a photo ID or evidence of citizenship. Had any of them been asked to prove their identity or citizenship (remember, they were here illegally) there would have been lawsuits flying from the DNC, ACLU and other left-leaning activist groups crying racism and voter suppression.

Heck, according to the Democratic National Committee, you don’t even need real voter suppression or intimidation to actually allege it now.

Voter fraud has gotten worse over the years, thanks in no small part to the Democrats. The National Voter Registration Act of 1993 aka “the Motor Voter Act” makes voter registration virtually automatic (simultaneous with motor vehicle driver’s license application or renewal) while removing the safeguards against fraud. Combine that with the move by Democrats in California to award driver’s licenses to illegal aliens and you essentially roll out the welcome mat for terrorists.

Voter fraud is easy to commit, and easy to stop. The 4 most common cheating methods:

1. Non-citizens or illegal aliens voting when legally ineligible to do so;

2. Eligible voters voting multiple times across multiple districts or impersonating others;

3. Registering nonexistent voters… or the dead;

4. Tampering with ballot boxes, destroying votes or inserting false votes after polling but before counting.

Simple reform could prevent most of this fraud. Requiring every voter to prove identity and citizenship. But Democrats will call you racist or accuse you of voter suppression or intimidation for raising such ideas of reform. The reason Democrats fight real reform and prefer “reform” that makes fraud easier is because voter fraud disproportionately favors Democrats and their allies on the political Left.

Democrats believe this, as evidenced by their get out the vote programs targeting illegal aliens, non-citizens, convicted felons and citizens who normally wouldn’t vote for lack of interest. Whenever real fraud is detected and reported, activists like Maria Cardona, spokeswoman for the Democratic National Committee, say, “They have this program of ballot security and protection � it’s just a veiled attempt at voter intimidation and vote suppression. It’s just a method to intimidate minority voters.”

Then they toss in a reference to Jim Crow and distribute a few fliers alleging Republican conspiracies to prevent minority voting and hire 10,000 lawyers to take the election out of the hands of voters and into the hands of willing activist judges.

As John O’Sullivan says, “Given that one of the most common techniques of voter fraud is to cast votes on behalf of the dead”, maybe I should have have titled this post: Which candidate will the Sept. 11 terrorists be voting for on Nov. 2?

I’ll give you three guesses and the first two don’t count.

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