Wednesday, July 18, 2012

What could go wrong? Washington State Partners With Facebook To Help Register Voters

Because the state of Washington has such a wonderful record when it comes to the integrity of the ballot box (***cough*** ***cough*** ***cough***), certainly nothing could possibly go wrong with this:

If you live in Washington state a new way to register to vote will soon by available. A Facebook app will reside on the Secretary of state’s page that will exist directly within Facebook. The AP reports that the app will be the results of collective efforts of Facebook, Microsoft and the state.

Washington will be the first state to offer voter registrations on Facebook. Users will have to click on the app and allow Facebook to access their information and will be required to also provide an ID card or drivers licence. The app will not have access to the state records, rather will overlay to simply add to the database. A “My Vote” site will also existe to help inform registrants about candidates and the issues. Washington’s co-director of elections, Shane Hamlin, stated:

"In this age of social media and more people going online for services, this is a natural way to introduce people to online registration and leverage the power of friends on Facebook to get more people registered..."

Our friends at what used to be called ACORN and the rest of the Democrat vote-fraud front groups are probably throwing parties as we speak.

My guess is that this app will be used as an avenue for rampant vote fraud. Imagine easy voter registration combined with copious numbers of bogus absentee ballots (which was the old ACORN modus operandi). No muss, no fuss, and Democrats just happen to "find" ballots whenever there is a close election.

I urge you, my friends, to wipe out the Democrat Party at the ballot box in November. Republicans aren't perfect -- to be sure -- but we fight one battle at a time. Last time I checked, Republicans don't embrace hard-core Communists (see: Van Jones, Anita Dunn, etc.) and avowed Socialists (see: Carol Browner, Lisa Jackson) in the party. Democrats do -- with pride.

So this modern, virulently radical, and flatly anti-American version of the Democrat Party needs to be wiped out -- politically -- like the infestation they are.

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Anonymous said...

I am ashamed to be a Resident of Washington State. We elected Republicans the last two election cycles and the RATS ignored it and counted till they won.
It looks like I may get the opportunity to move to Oregon soon which I will happily take. I'll register there to vote and golly, when my WA ballot arrives I think I'll vote again.

Anonymous said...

Sadly I live in WA State as well. I think we were the first to convict some Acorn "workers" for voter fraud, but it didn't matter as they moved into the Statehouse after finding some ballots in a closet or something. I think Mn had the same problem.

Good grief, this is just sickening, but not shocking for here.