To all legal, registered, verifiable, non-felon, United States citizen voters, please watch this undercover video which clearly demonstrates how easy it has been for nefarious groups, such as the newly re-named ACORN organization and other criminal voter registration groups, to steal elections.
These groups are working right now to steal elections on the local, county, state, and federal level this November.
So what can we do, with so little time before the elections?
For one, share this type of video with your family and friends. We must do everything we can to let every citizen, the Secretary of State from each of the 50 states (no, not 57), every local Board of Elections Supervisor, and every state and federal elected representative know about this type of voter fraud and demand that it be stopped!
We must also support the brave groups that are exposing voter fraud—such as James O’Keefe’s ProjectVeritas.com, the creators of this video. Others like True the Vote and Election Integrity Maryland (to name a few) are trying to audit the voter registration lists to remove non-resident, deceased, felon, illegal alien, duplicate, and patently fraudulent voter registrations.
And of course, we must also support voter identification laws in each of our states. We should all be happy–and proud–to present our legal identification when we vote.
Voting has always been reserved for legal citizens only; it is the most important job of a citizen in our Republic. We need to take this job seriously and demand that those counting the votes are actually counting viable votes.
Bottom line, let’s get off our collective couches, make certain we are legally registered, make sure that illegal voters are removed from the lists, and get out and vote in November 2012!
The video clip runs twice; the first 60 seconds tells you everything you need to know about the voter fraud problem in Minnesota.
Remember: This same type of voter fraud could possibly be occurring in your state right now!
Written by Ginny Meerman
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