Obama Administration Demands Florida Stop Removing Dead And Ineligible Voters From Voter Rolls

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President Obama’s Department of Justice has made headlines over the weekend with their demand that the State of Florida stop efforts to remove dead and ineligible voters from voter rolls. The DoJ had one of their lawyers send the state a two-page letter questioning the legality of the effort under federal election laws, and the media was quick to point out that the voters flagged were disproportionately minorities.

As to that last claim, America has a problem with illegal immigrants who are disproportionately Hispanic, so it makes sense that an effort targeting (at least in part) illegal immigrants on the voter rolls probably would impact minorities disproportionately.

But who cares, as long as the voters removed are, in fact illegitimate? It’s not about race, it’s about who is and is not eligible to cast a ballot.

As to the DoJ’s questions about legality, Andrew Malcolm points out that the state isn’t kicking anyone off the rolls. They’re flagging voters and sending them to local entities for further investigation:

Washington has ordered Florida to end its effort to remove ineligible voters from the state’s voter rolls. This is breathtaking. It couldn’t be clearer that the government is actively promoting voter fraud.

Somehow, the DOJ has determined that purging illegal voters — felons, noncitizens, the deceased — from the rolls is a violation of the 1965 Voting Rights Act as well as the 1993 National Voter Registration Act. According to the Miami Herald, the department’s lead civil rights attorney, T. Christian Herren Jr., sent the state “a detailed two-page letter” on Thursday demanding that Florida’s elections division shut down its pursuit.

What’s missing from Herren’s complaint is the fact that no one is actually moved off the rolls until they are found to be ineligible. Simply sending names to county elections supervisors to confirm eligibility, which is what Florida officials are doing, discriminates against no one. Either the person is eligible to vote or not.

No one is harassed or summarily tossed off the voter rolls. There is no poll tax or literacy test.

Groups on the left could find “discrimination” on Mars. So of course they declare that Florida’s attempt to certify the integrity of its voter rosters is discriminatory. They lament that requiring the voters in question to prove they are eligible is a burden on voters rather than on government.

Put another way, it seems as though the very act of maintaining the integrity of voter records is considered by our friends on the left to be discriminatory.

And it is discriminatory. Against illegitimate voters. Which, I suspect, is the real problem Obama and Democrats have. Those illegitimate voters are an important bloc of support for them. Which is also why they abhor voter ID laws. Except, of course, when it comes to their conventions.

Rob Port is the editor of SayAnythingBlog.com. In 2011 he was a finalist for the Watch Dog of the Year from the Sam Adams Alliance and winner of the Americans For Prosperity Award for Online Excellence. In 2013 the Washington Post named SAB one of the nation's top state-based political blogs, and named Rob one of the state's best political reporters. He writes a weekly column for several North Dakota newspapers, and also serves as a policy fellow for the North Dakota Policy Council.

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  • Bat One

    With liberals and the Obama administration, its ALWAYS  about race.  And Holder will do almost anything to divert attention from the lies he’s told about Operation Fast and Furious.

    • $8194357

      Seems Axcelrod and Holder are edgey..
      The commie and the black panther got into
      a macho pissing match…

      Quote:

      War in the White House: attorney general Eric Holder and top Obama adviser David Axelrod ‘had to be separated’

      Posted on June 4, 2012 by Cowboy Byte

      Eric Holder, Barack Obama’s attorney general and David Axelrod, his top political adviser had to be separated after squaring up during a furious row over attempts to impose White House operatives in the justice department.Eric Holder, who heads Mr Obama’s justice department, is said to have become “incensed” after being accused by David Axelrod of complaining publicly about political interference in his office.“That’s bull****,” Mr Holder said in a confrontation after a cabinet meeting, according to author Daniel Klaidman. He writes: “The two men stood chest to chest. It was like a school yard fight”.The relatively mild-mannered Mr Axelrod is said to have told the attorney general: “Don’t ever, ever accuse me of trying to interfere with the operations of the Justice Department”, a taboo in US politics.

      • Bat One

        Interesting that it was Valerie Jarrett who stepped between Axelrod and Holder and told them to “take it out in the hall” not Obama himself.  

        Obama has been in over his head since the day he took office, and has no more executive or managerial ability today than he did three and a half years ago.  The president of the United States, supposedly the most powerful man on earth, is an ineffectual fraud and a wimp.

        • $8194357

          Jarret may have been the most capable of all four, IMO..
          She got more balls than the other three.

        • $8194357

          Jarret may have been the most capable of all four, IMO..
          She got more balls than the other three.

        • $8194357

          Jarret may have been the most capable of all four, IMO..
          She got more balls than the other three.

        • $8194357

          Jarret may have been the most capable of all four, IMO..
          She got more balls than the other three.

    • Hannitized, Proofs obsession

      What does that say about Rob Port, who is making it about race?

      • http://sayanythingblog.com Rob

        My rebutting of the racial accusations made by other does not constitute me making this about race.

        • Hannitized, Proofs obsession

          Nice lie, Rob, but you made it about race by condoning racial profiling.

          America has a problem with illegal immigrants who are disproportionately Hispanic, so it makes sense that an effort targeting (at least in part) illegal immigrants on the voter rolls probably would impact minorities disproportionately.

          Douche!

          Lastly, illegal immigrants aren’t on the voter rolls, so they can’t target illegal immigrants, they are targeting Hispanics (Americans), and you are fine with it because you confuse the two.

          It’s your GOP pals who are getting convicted of voter fraud, Douche.

          • Bat One

            Once again, the shit floats to the top!

            The vast majority of illegal aliens ARE Hispanic, and to pretend this isn’t so for the sake of liberal political correctness, or to placate leftwing race-baiters like you and the desperate Eric Holder would be dishonest.  The only “racial profiling” that’s going on is inside the empty space between your ears.

          • Hannitized, Proofs obsession

            The vast majority of convicted voter fraud cases are GOP convicted criminals who are NOT HISPANIC.

            You can keep trying to smear Hispanics, but it’s your filthy pieces of shit that are getting convicted, so it makes sense to target those who are getting convicted, not those you suspect, because you are racist.

          • Bat One

            So tell me, please, are you opposed to removing any ineligible persons from the voter rolls… or only those with Hispanic surnames?

          • Hannitized, Proofs obsession

            If Rob believed what he claims, then does it make sense to target non-Hispanics and non-minorities since those are the folks getting the voter fraud convictions?

            I don’t see you expressing any outrage when your GOP buddies are convicted of voter fraud, how come?

            I think reasonable people can agree that death knows no ethnic boundaries, and so it would seem that having an interest to remove all people that are diciest from the list would be a good idea.  Therefore, a balanced list of names should be easy to produce, instead of a list that targets mostly those with Hispanic surnames.

            If there are those suspected of being fraudulently on the list, well then, let’s give them plenty of time to verify their citizenship, as maybe some of them have moved and might “accidentally on purpose” not receive their notice that their right to vote is being questioned and possibly taken away, based on their response, or lack there of.

          • Bat One

            Therefore, a balanced list of names should be easy to produce, instead of a list that targets mostly those with Hispanic surnames. 

            So, you’re suggesting that if 12% of the population is Black and 15% of the population is Hispanic, then 12% of the names of suspected ineligibles  should be Black and 15% of those on the suspected list should be Hispanic?  Is that what you’re suggesting?

            But if those ethnic-based percentages differ from one voting precinct to another, or from one city to another within the state, how would you adjust the list accordingly, and which suspected illegals would be removed from the list to make the percentages work out “properly”?

            BTW, the verb you’ve used, “targeting”, implies a specifically deliberate or willful action rather than one based on circumstances as they present themselves.  Do you have any sort of proof of “targeting” to offer?  The DoJ letter doesn’t count, since it is already established that Holder’s Justice Department is anything but apolitical, and Holder himself is looking for anything to divert attention from “Fast and Furious.”

          • Hannitized, Proofs obsession

            Just for the record:

            Florida Voter Registration StatisticsAccording to the Florida Division of Elections, final registration statistics for the state’s January 31 presidential primary show that 1,473,920 Latinos are registered to vote statewide. Overall, Latinos make up 13.1% of the state’s more than 11.2 million registered voters. Among Latino registered voters, 452,619 are registered as Republicans, making up 11.1% of all Republican registered voters. And 564,513 Latino registered voters are registered as Democrats, representing 12.4% of all Democratic registered voters.

            I expect more of a balanced list, based on these statistics that’s not too difficult to ask considering that Hispanics make up only 13% of the voting population in Florida.

          • Bat One

            So in your world, if Hispanics make up 13% of the registered voters, than only 13% of those whose eligibility is questioned can be Hispanics??? Is that really what you are suggesting?

            But the challenging and purging of ineligible voters is done by precinct, and in some precincts Hispanics make up way more than 13% while in other precincts there are virtually no Hispanic voters registered.  Then too, you are ignoring the FACT that the vast majority of illegals are Hispanics, not Lithuanians, Uzbeks, Ibos, or Englishmen.  Should illegal Hispanics who constitute more than 13% be allowed to vote despite their illegal status, simply because they are Hispanic?

            Finally, though your casual carelessness  with the English language is already well-established, I’d like to see some actual proof, something more substantive than your usual numerical anomaly, that Hispanics are being “targeted” or “profiled” … assuming of course that you actually understand the meaning of those words.

          • Hannitized, Proofs obsession

            If Rob believed what he claims, then does it make sense to target non-Hispanics and non-minorities since those are the folks getting the voter fraud convictions?

            I don’t see you expressing any outrage when your GOP buddies are convicted of voter fraud, how come?

            I think reasonable people can agree that death knows no ethnic boundaries, and so it would seem that having an interest to remove all people that are diciest from the list would be a good idea.  Therefore, a balanced list of names should be easy to produce, instead of a list that targets mostly those with Hispanic surnames.

            If there are those suspected of being fraudulently on the list, well then, let’s give them plenty of time to verify their citizenship, as maybe some of them have moved and might “accidentally on purpose” not receive their notice that their right to vote is being questioned and possibly taken away, based on their response, or lack there of.

          • Hannitized, Proofs obsession

            If Rob believed what he claims, then does it make sense to target non-Hispanics and non-minorities since those are the folks getting the voter fraud convictions?

            I don’t see you expressing any outrage when your GOP buddies are convicted of voter fraud, how come?

            I think reasonable people can agree that death knows no ethnic boundaries, and so it would seem that having an interest to remove all people that are diciest from the list would be a good idea.  Therefore, a balanced list of names should be easy to produce, instead of a list that targets mostly those with Hispanic surnames.

            If there are those suspected of being fraudulently on the list, well then, let’s give them plenty of time to verify their citizenship, as maybe some of them have moved and might “accidentally on purpose” not receive their notice that their right to vote is being questioned and possibly taken away, based on their response, or lack there of.

          • Hannitized, Proofs obsession

            Go back and try again, Bat One.  The vast majority of convicted voter fraud cases are done by GOP folks who are NOT Hispanic.  

            Got any comments about profiling those people, since you seem just fine with the idea of profiling Hispanics?

            Didn’t think so.

          • Bat One

            So tell me, please, are you opposed to removing any ineligible persons from the voter rolls… or only those with Hispanic surnames?

          • Bat One

            So tell me, please, are you opposed to removing any ineligible persons from the voter rolls… or only those with Hispanic surnames?

          • http://profile.yahoo.com/T43FXYMRQNHFVWDZDSZHMSNVBM Hoss

             “The vast majority of convicted voter fraud cases are GOP convicted criminals who are NOT HISPANIC.”

            Please cite sources.

          • Onslaught1066

            Does his ass count as a source?

  • $8194357

    Yeah that would take away about a third of the Democrats votes huh..

  • Roy_Bean

    Of course they can’t!  Dead and ineligible voters are the most reliable democrat voters out there.

  • two_amber_lamps

    Once again the Rethugli-kkkans seek to disenfrancise illegal aliens and deny voting rights to the necro-proxy constituency.  Amazing how almost to an individual they all see the light after they pass on….  they all vote Democrap…..?  Things that make you say “Hmmmmm….”

  • Rick Olson

    Are the Democrats really that desperate?  It seems to me that it would be most prudent for any state, including Florida, to cull their voter rolls from time to time, and remove people who are deceased, ineligible to vote, etc. 

    How can it be illegal to remove someone from the voter rolls who has passed away? 

    • ndoldman

      without the dead and illegal voters the dems would have no party ,one of alinskys rules strangth in fake # till the weak minded join as no one wants to hang their hat on a dead horse.

      • http://realitybasedbob.sayanythingblog.com/ realitybasedbob

        GOP voter drive raises questions about company, laws
        …But a number of what election experts refer to as “bad” registration
        cards – ones that, for one reason or another, are invalid – have also
        been submitted during the drive. Sacramento County elections officials
        put the tally of invalid cards submitted by Momentum Political Services
        at more than 3,100.

        In some instances, cards were submitted with street numbers or names
        that can’t be found. In others, the voters themselves don’t appear to
        exist, as formal county registration letters come back undeliverable.
        Officials said a number of cards were also submitted for individual
        voters who not only couldn’t be located, but who also all had the same
        last four Social Security digits.

        And in some instances, the voter’s party affiliation appears to have been changed, by someone, to Republican.

        http://www.news10.net/news/article/192033/2/Sacramento-elections-officials-GOP-voter-drive-suspicious

        • Leh1369

          Still another reason to follow up with FL’s request!  Unlawful voters are unlawful voters for either party!

          • http://realitybasedbob.sayanythingblog.com/ realitybasedbob

            Please link us to what nutters claim are thousands of cases of actual voter fraud.

          • Econwarrior

            Yeah, let’s wait until voter fraud reaches a high level before we do something about it.  Just what the Dems/commies want.

          • http://realitybasedbob.sayanythingblog.com/ realitybasedbob

            Big 180 McCain voter, if you don’t have a link to an actual voter fraud case just say so. I will link you to one.

          • Econwarrior

            Again, propagandist and liar, an ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure, and a ton of your lies.

          • Gern Blanston

            So.. your point is that the FL attempt to purge roles of illegitimate voters is somehow bad? Or is it just uncesessary because those illegal voters don’t actually vote? Or if they do, they don’t amount to enough fraud to actually matter in any election?

          • mikemc1970

            You shouldn’t confuse a liberal with facts. It’s all about feelings and to them disallowing an illegal alien the vote feels wrong. Unless of course that illegal alien is voting GOP.

          • $8194357

            Or the dead guy votes GOP instead of Dem..

            Zombie voting is historicly
            ACORN/MOTER VOTER
            driven as they can’t provide photo ID.

          • mikemc1970

            Well see ACORN volunteers commit voter fraud for the “greater good” and that feels good to liberals. So it must be good for everyone. See how that works? They don’t need a solid ideology with rules, boundaries, and limitations. They can just make stuff up as needed and reverse course if it feels right.

          • $8194357

            No rules
            Alinsky Rules for Radicles..

            Left just love that win at any cost feeling.

          • Hannitized, Proofs obsession

            Or is it just uncesessary [sic] because those illegal voters don’t actually vote?

            Can you point out to me where the article states they are catching illegal voters on the roll?

          • Gern Blanston

            Golly, I guess I can’t. So it is foolish to assume that with an abundance of illegal aliens entering our country, Florida officals have no basis for occasionally checking the rolls for non-citizens? Or are you suggesting there are no aliens entering the country illegally. And this is somehow unbalanced – they’re only seeking out voters who vote Democrat, because all illegals vote Democrat so that’s unfair….?

          • Gern Blanston

            Golly, I guess I can’t. So it is foolish to assume that with an abundance of illegal aliens entering our country, Florida officals have no basis for occasionally checking the rolls for non-citizens? Or are you suggesting there are no aliens entering the country illegally. And this is somehow unbalanced – they’re only seeking out voters who vote Democrat, because all illegals vote Democrat so that’s unfair….?

          • Gern Blanston

            Golly, I guess I can’t. So it is foolish to assume that with an abundance of illegal aliens entering our country, Florida officals have no basis for occasionally checking the rolls for non-citizens? Or are you suggesting there are no aliens entering the country illegally. And this is somehow unbalanced – they’re only seeking out voters who vote Democrat, because all illegals vote Democrat so that’s unfair….?

          • Hannitized, Proofs obsession

            Golly, I guess I can’t.

            You don’t need to add the word “Golly” to your sentence to appear more country-bumpkin-ignorant-like, your thought process and beliefs communicate that, quite adequately, I might add.

            I can prove non minority GOP commit voter Fraud.  I can prove Republicans commit votor fraud. 

            Why not target those committing the fraud, like Rob suggests?  You know, profile the ones who are actually most likely to commit the crime?

          • Bat One

            I can prove Republicans commit votor [sic] fraud.

            And I can prove Democrats have done so as well.  So?

            Neither is an excuse for not purging voter rolls of those who are legally ineligible to vote.

          • Hannitized, Proofs obsession

             Please link me to similar stories, I should like to know more about these claims you are making.

          • Gern Blanston

            And THAT is a reason not to do what they’re doing in FL?
             
            If your point was to increase surveillance of fraud, you’d have a better argument. But you haven’t made your case for stopping what’s going on in FL, nor have you justified Holder’s actions.

          • Hannitized, Proofs obsession

            My argument wasn’t for stopping the removal of dead people from voter rolls, just to stop racially profiling and setting the demands so that people can’t respond in time.

            I made the case for eliminating racial profiling, and I proved that those who think it works should focus on non-minorities if they want to profile so badly.

          • Bat One

            Nice try, but its not just “dead people” who ought to be taken off the voting rolls, is it?

            Now, where is the proof of “profiling.”

          • Hannitized, Proofs obsession

            Golly, I guess I can’t.

            You don’t need to add the word “Golly” to your sentence to appear more country-bumpkin-ignorant-like, your thought process and beliefs communicate that, quite adequately, I might add.

            I can prove non minority GOP commit voter Fraud.  I can prove Republicans commit votor fraud. 

            Why not target those committing the fraud, like Rob suggests?  You know, profile the ones who are actually most likely to commit the crime?

          • Hannitized, Proofs obsession

            Golly, I guess I can’t.

            You don’t need to add the word “Golly” to your sentence to appear more country-bumpkin-ignorant-like, your thought process and beliefs communicate that, quite adequately, I might add.

            I can prove non minority GOP commit voter Fraud.  I can prove Republicans commit votor fraud. 

            Why not target those committing the fraud, like Rob suggests?  You know, profile the ones who are actually most likely to commit the crime?

          • Hannitized, Proofs obsession

            Golly, I guess I can’t.

            You don’t need to add the word “Golly” to your sentence to appear more country-bumpkin-ignorant-like, your thought process and beliefs communicate that, quite adequately, I might add.

            I can prove non minority GOP commit voter Fraud.  I can prove Republicans commit votor fraud. 

            Why not target those committing the fraud, like Rob suggests?  You know, profile the ones who are actually most likely to commit the crime?

        • Hannitized, Proofs obsession

          You shouldn’t confuse a Republican with the facts, they can’t handle it that GOP politicians are the ones being convicted of Voter fraud.

          I would like to see them come up with some form of voter fraud conviction by Democrats of the level they, themselves, are guilt of.

          • http://realitybasedbob.sayanythingblog.com/ realitybasedbob

            These people aren’t republicans.
            Real republicans are appalled by what’s happened to their once proud party.

          • Hannitized, Proofs obsession

            True that!  I pal around with far more Republicans than I do Democrats, and they are balanced folks who see flaws on both sides, not just the left.

          • http://realitybasedbob.sayanythingblog.com/ realitybasedbob

            Exactly.
            These people are the fringe of the fringe.

          • Hannitized, Proofs obsession

            I would argue that a large handful of them are mentally unstable, some are just wicked by nature or by trauma that they believed they incurred during their life-time.

            Then again, the biggest proponent of disseminating lies and misinformation is simply a paid propagandist. 

          • Todd

            Yawnnnnnnnn…

          • Bat One

            Amen!

          • Todd

            Yawnnnnnnnn…

          • Todd

            Yawnnnnnnnn…

          • ellinas1

            Yeah, with crazies like Neiman and robert180 who needs crazies like Todd anf Bat One?

          • Bat One

            Of course!  Attack the credibility of the messenger and maybe  people will overlook the validity of the message.  Predictably progressive.  We’ve already had Hanni’s racism innuendo, so when do we get the “But Bush…” refrain?

          • Hannitized, Proofs obsession

            There is no validity to your argument, quite the contrary, actually.

          • Hannitized, Proofs obsession

            Amen!

          • Hannitized, Proofs obsession

            I would argue that a large handful of them are mentally unstable, some are just wicked by nature or by trauma that they believed they incurred during their life-time.

            Then again, the biggest proponent of disseminating lies and misinformation is simply a paid propagandist. 

        • ndoldman

          don’t ya just hate it when the opposeing party takes a page out of the dem play book.

        • ndoldman

          Braindeadbob just another alinskie tactic try to bait someone with morals when you have none take your posts and shove them deep

  • ND in MD

    On election day, are the dead expected to get themselves to the polls or does someone give them a ride? I have seen groups advertise they will give people with no  other means of transportation a ride to the polls, but I have never seen anyone advertise they stop at cemeterys.

  • ndoldman

    it has been said barry uses an ohio SS# when he was born in Hawaii , you figure it out when my bro was an ambalance dvr he picked up a person with 5 #s one had insurance.he lives in a larger eastern city

    • ellinas1

      “it has been said barry uses an ohio SS# when he was born in Hawaii,….”

      Who said this? 

      • $8194357

        Conneticut to be prescise..
        Sherrif Joes cold case posse for one.

        • ellinas1

          Sheriff Joe’s cold case posse?
          So what have they done with this info so far?

          • $8194357

            They haven’t told me yet E..
            The “voices”..
            Its on a need to know time release I think?

            Yes I am just shittin ya old greek one..

            They just said there is enough “propable cause”
            that the Justice or SCOTUS should be lookin into it..

          • ellinas1

            They should, but are they?

      • Hannitized, Proofs obsession

        The voices….

      • $8194357

        http://www.theobamafile.com/_eligibility/SocialSecurity.htm

        Quote:

        16 Different Social Security Numbers

        Private investigator Neil Sankey,
        using Intelius, Lexis Nexis, Choice Point and other public
        records, found around 25 Social Security numbers connected with
        Barack Obama’s name.
        However, it may not be as many as 25, since Sankey
        also searched using closely related names such as:
        “Barak Obama,”
        “Batock Obama,”
        “Barok Obama,” and
        “Barrack Obama.”

        There may very well be some Kenyans living in America with the
        same last name and a similar first name.

        In any case,
        I will exclude these records for the purpose of this research
        and focus only on names spelled exactly like his name.

        Moreover, we can verify many of the Social Security numbers
        as valid since they’re connected to addresses at which we know
        Obama resided.

        Needless to say, there are also a slew of address
        and social security numbers connected to addresses in
        states that Obama has no known connection to.

        In Obama’s home state, Illinois,
        Sankey tracked down 16 different addresses for a
        Barack Obama or a Barack H. Obama,
        (of which all are addresses he was known to have lived at.)

        Two Social Security numbers appear for these addresses,
        one beginning with 042, and one starting 364
        .
        In California, where Obama attended Occidental College,
        there are six addresses listed for him,
        all within easy driving distance of the college.

        However,
        there are
        (three Social Security numbers connected to these addresses,)
        ” 537 and two others, each beginning with 999″,
        which are not valid SSNs.

        There are no addresses listed in New York where he attended
        Columbia University, but there is one listed for him in nearby
        Jackson, NJ, with a Social Security number beginning
        with 485.

        In Massachusetts —
        where Obama attended Harvard Law School —
        we find three addresses,
        (all using the 042 Social Security number.)
        After Obama was elected to the United States Senate in
        2005, he moved into an apartment at
        300 Massachusetts Ave NW;
        the Social Security number attached to that address is
        (the 042 one).

        Yet, three years later, Obama used a different Social Security
        number for an address listed as:

        713 Hart Senate Office Building.
        This was the address of his United States Senate office.

        This Social Security number (began with 282) and was verified by
        the government in 2008.

        This mystery grows even stranger as other addresses and
        Social Security numbers for Barack Obama appear in a dozen
        other states not known to be connected to him.

        Again,
        I am excluding those records names not spelled exactly
        like his name.

        Tennessee,
        one address with a (Social Security number beginning with 427)

        Colorado,
        one address, with a (Social Security number beginning with 456)

        .Utah,
        two addresses, with two (Social Security numbers beginning with
        901 and 799).

        Missouri has one
        address and one (Social Security number beginning with 999).

        Florida has two
        addresses listed for his him,
        three if you count one listed as
        “Barry Obama.”

        One is connected to a (Social Security number beginning with 762.)

        In Georgia ,
        there are three addresses listed for him,
        “all with different Social Security numbers:”
        (579, 420, and 423.)

        In Texas,
        there are four different addresses listed for him,
        one is connected to (Social Security number 675.)

        There are two addresses listed for
        Barack Obama in Oregon
        and one address listed for him in the states of
        Wisconsin,
        Michigan,
        South Carolina, and
        Pennsylvania.

        All told, there are 49 addresses and 16 different Social Security
        numbers listed for a person whose name is spelled “Barack Obama.”

        In some cases, the middle initial “H” is listed.

        If you were to expand the search to include closely related
        names such as: “Barac,” “Barak,” and “Barrack” Obama,
        you would find more than “a dozen additional addresses and
        Social Security numbers.”

        Finally,
        the one Social Security number Obama most frequently used,
        the one beginning with 042, is a number issued in Connecticut
        sometime during 1976-1977, yet there is no record of Obama
        ever living or working in Connecticut.

        Indeed, during this time period Obama would have been 15-16
        years old and living in Hawaii at the time.
        End quote

        Just ALL coincidence for Barry Soreto and his
        alias. alter ego, “Barrack H. Obama”?

        PS..
        Snopes says the Conneticut SS# is a “False” story tho so there ya have it..
        Its all just a rascist hoax from those dasterdly evil conservitives against poor
        little Indonisian boy wonder Barry, huh.

        • ellinas1

          Having this kind of info and not being able to bring him down, I draw only one conclusion:
          This is some crazy stuff.It is solely believed by conspiracy nuts and crazies.

          • $8194357

            Folks with this much power and who have been around since the money changers in the Temple workin for lucifer can get things done we can’t even begin to comprehend, huh?
            Their “choosen one” is in the House for a reason.

            (Rothchilds/Wargurgs/Soros communist non religous jewish global bankers agendas..7.62)

            “Judaism is communism, internationalism, the universal brotherhood of man, the emancipation of the working class and the human society.

            It is with these spiritual weapons that the Jews will conquer the world and the human race.”
            Agenda of the Illuminati

            Same dang agenda as the Islamic jihad…
            Go figure E.
            Now don’t bad mouth my wife, Hear?

  • mickey_moussaoui

    Can this administration get any more blatantly corrupt? Holder belongs in prison

    • $8194357

      Team Billary 2.0
      Soros agendas for 12 dang years…

    • Hannitized, Proofs obsession

      Than bushes?  Not hardly.

      • Gern Blanston

        Great grammar.

  • mikemc1970

    Every state in the union needs to be doing this every four years.

  • WOOF

    Florida wanted to send out 180,000  letters from a questionable database.
    Don’t answer the letter in 30 days , you lose voting.
    Every county election supervisor R & D refused cause it was so inaccurate.

    In 2000 they targeted Black Jacksonville areas.

    Fla is under election DOJ supervision by the voting rights act.

    • Bat One

      I think there is a pretty good argument to be made that portions of the 1965 Voting Rights Act are unconstitutional, particularly the section cited in the DoJ letter to the state of Florida.  A legal challenge by the Attorneys General in the states covered is long overdue.  The Civil War, Reconstruction, and the so-called Civil Rights era are all history.  If Chicago or Baltimore don’t need DoJ supervision, neither do Atlanta, Birmingham, Jacksonville, or Charlotte.

      • Econwarrior

        Agree about the ’65 Voting Rights Act, along with a lot of the “civil rights” legislation from that period.  In its zeal to drastically change their old racist image, the Democrat Party went to the other extreme.

        • Bat One

          More liberal vote buying with taxpayers stuck with the bill.

  • ellinas1

    This is a voter purge.
    Example:  Bill Iternicola is a 91-year-old Davie retiree, born in Brooklyn and a lifelong Democrat and voter. He was targeted by the state as possibly a non-citizen, and Broward’s elections supervisor advised him as such in a recent letter, telling him he had 30 days to prove his citizenship or he’d be stricken from the voter rolls. Iternicola served in World War II in the 75th infantry division of the U.S. Army, and won a Bronze Star for his actions as a medic in the Battle of the Bulge. He also was given the Legion of Honor for his service in France.

    The above can be verified by anyone who knows how to use a web browser.

    • Bat One

      So… Mr. Itemicola’s status was challenged – not “targeted”.  He provided the required proof, and presumably will be voting this November.  Not much of a reason for not challenging the voter eligibility of others whose bona fides may be suspect.

      • Econwarrior

        Liberals don’t like to be questioned.  They want to be obeyed.

    • JustRuss

      Serving in the military doesn’t entitle you to vote even if you are a Hero.  

  • Harold

    Criminal administrations do these types of things.

  • SigFan

     Hey, it took the Democrats a lot of time, money and hard work to get the voter fraud machine running efficiently in FLA.  They’re just trying to protect their investment. 

  • Hannitized, Proofs obsession

    As to that last claim, America has a problem with illegal immigrants who are disproportionately Hispanic, so it makes sense that an effort targeting (at least in part) illegal immigrants on the voter rolls probably would impact minorities disproportionately.

    But they should target non-minorities because those convicted of voter fraud are disproportionately Conservative, and non-minorities.

    Let’s not pretend that Conservatives wouldn’t accidentally remove the wrong person from the overwhelmingly Hispanic hit list. Conservatives are just looking for another opportunity to bungle the job and claim incompetence, afterward.

    • Bat One

      You and Eric Holder are both full of shit!  The only persons being “targeted” are those who appear not to belong on the voter rolls in the first place.

      • mikemc1970

        But this feels wrong to them and to liberals feelings always trump the rule of law, common sense, and the constitution. I know it’s complete nonsense but at least their nonsense is predictable and dependable.

      • $8194357

        Dead loyal democrats.
        Yup..Zombies for Change are now Zombies moving
        “FORWARD”

    • JustRuss

      The ones convicted of voter fraud were eligible to vote and wouldn’t be caught in a routine cleanup like this, would they? The people they registered illegally would.  Why don’t you want the illegally registered GOP’s caught?

      • Hannitized, Proofs obsession

        Yes they would, actually.  Non-Hispanic GOP voters fraudulently put the names of people on rolls and fraudulently counted their votes, in some cases more than three times.

        Seems to me if there was any profiling to be promoted by Rob, it should be for non-minorities. 

      • Jenni88

        I want them all prosecuted and jailed…at least until the next election they can’t vote in…..
        I want our election process to be perfected, so that no one votes that shouldn’t, and I want voters to have to produce a Picture ID….

  • Jenni88

    Perhaps Florida could welcome all dead voters….they just have to come in under their own power and bring their death certificate and a handful of dirt!

    • Bat One

      If all the dead voters went to Florida, there’d be none left to keep the Democrats in power in Chicago.

      • Jenni88

        LOL…so true, so true!

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