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PoliCon
08-08-2010, 12:25 AM
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JunrpGf5QRc

djones520
08-08-2010, 04:53 AM
God that man is disgusting.

Satanicus
08-08-2010, 08:00 AM
The GOP has a reputation of intimidating black voters , sometimes with groups of armed men.

So what , the guy had a stick.

djones520
08-08-2010, 08:04 AM
The GOP has a reputation of intimidating black voters , sometimes with groups of armed men.

So what , the guy had a stick.

Right... you keep saying this even though after an investigation there was no evidence to support the allegations.

Constitutionally Speaking
08-08-2010, 08:05 AM
The GOP has a reputation of intimidating black voters , sometimes with groups of armed men.

So what , the guy had a stick.

Yea a Reputation built almost entirely on the lies of assholes like you.

Satanicus
08-08-2010, 08:10 AM
Yea a Reputation built almost entirely on the lies of assholes like you.

LOL , The GOP was sued for this and settled.

Nice try.

djones520
08-08-2010, 08:14 AM
Your proof for any of this. Despite repeated google searches, I've found nothing but left-will shill sites harping this story. Not a single reputable source.

Constitutionally Speaking
08-08-2010, 08:23 AM
LOL , The GOP was sued for this and settled.

Nice try.



Show me an established pattern of GOP sponsored intimidation. Hell let's look at what you assholes tried to say was intimidation!


Florida 2000 - a police car parked on a road 1 MILE away from the polling location - did I mention it wasn't even the same road as the polling location!!!


That incident was headlined in the news outlets endlessly and trumpeted by FUCKwads like you ever since.

Satanicus
08-08-2010, 08:26 AM
Show me an established pattern of GOP sponsored intimidation. Hell let's look at what you assholes tried to say was intimidation!


Florida 2000 - a police car parked on a road 1 MILE away from the polling location - did I mention it wasn't even the same road as the polling location!!!


That incident was headlined in the news outlets endlessly and trumpeted by FUCKwads like you ever since.

For starters , try googling National Ballot Security Task Force.

djones520
08-08-2010, 08:27 AM
Here is some voter intimidation... Oh wait... but it's done my Democrats. We even got one from Orlando, were Democrats injured Republicans.


Mr. John Sweeney, President AFL-CIO
October 11, 2004

Dear Mr. Sweeney:

Over the past several weeks, acts of violence and vandalism have occurred at Republican and Bush-Cheney campaign headquarters across the country. In addition to the injuries, property damage and disruption associated with these acts, these events have created a threatening and intimidating atmosphere abhorrent to our democratic process.

On October 5th, according to news reports, witnesses, police reports and admissions of your members, the AFL-CIO, as part of a national strategy, protested at more than a dozen of our campaign and party headquarters across the country. In many locations, the protestors attempted to enter, or entered, campaign or party facilities. As one protestor said, “Actually, we’re storming into an office.” In Orlando, Florida, injuries and damage were sustained. Protestors forced their way into the facility, fracturing the arm of one staffer, and vandalized the office. In Michigan, protestors entered a headquarters and engaged in activities apparently intended to disrupt volunteers trying to make phone calls.

Protests by your organization come on the heels of several other incidents at Bush-Cheney ‘04 offices around the country, including a break-in at our Seattle office where laptop computers were stolen from the Washington State Bush-Cheney ‘04 executive director and the state Republican Party 72-hour director. Just last night in Canton, Ohio, a Bush-Cheney ‘04 staffer was forced to lock herself in an office while another break-in was in progress. The facility was seriously damaged and property was stolen. Additionally, gun shots have been fired into Bush-Cheney ‘04 offices in West Virginia, Florida and Tennessee, windows broken in West Virginia and campaign staffers threatened. In Wisconsin, a supporter of the President had a swastika burned into his front yard simply because he had a Bush-Cheney ‘04 lawn sign. We urge your support in helping us ensure the safety of all individuals working on our campaign and others as we are making every effort to secure the safety of all participants in the political process.

I hope you will put an end to protest activities that have led to injuries, property damage, vandalism and voter intimidation. We will hold you and your organization accountable for the actions of your members and urge you to immediately discontinue any coordinated protest efforts that result in damage to our facilities, or injury to people who may hold different political views than your members, but who share an equal right to be involved in the political process without suffering violence, intimidation and threats.

Respectfully,
Gov. Marc Racicot, Bush-Cheney ‘04 Campaign Chairman

Constitutionally Speaking
08-08-2010, 08:29 AM
Linky??? I could use this.

Constitutionally Speaking
08-08-2010, 08:30 AM
For starters , try googling National Ballot Security Task Force.

Bring the allegations and the proof HERE. I don't have any clue as to what aspect you are talking about.

djones520
08-08-2010, 08:31 AM
Linky??? I could use this.

http://rightvoices.com/2004/10/11/voter-intimidation/

djones520
08-08-2010, 08:32 AM
LOL , The GOP was sued for this and settled.

Nice try.

Oh jeebuz... your bringing something up from 1982? That was almost 30 years ago. :rolleyes:

Satanicus
08-08-2010, 08:34 AM
Oh jeebuz... your bringing something up from 1982? That was almost 30 years ago. :rolleyes:

The point is the GOP thinks groups of armed men is no problem , but 1 guy with a stick is a big deal.

More hypocrisy.

Constitutionally Speaking
08-08-2010, 08:38 AM
Another tid bit from the Florida election:


10. The majority report’s analysis of errors in the “purge list” (of convicted felons ineligible to vote) incorrectly finds racial discrimination. The purge list was not used in many counties, although an exact count is unavailable. Moreover, the racial disparity on the list was due to the indisputable fact that blacks are disproportionately represented in any count of convicted felons. Also, the statistics given in the report actually show that blacks were not disproportionately included in the purge list erroneously. Instead the proportion of whites erroneously listed was double that for blacks.


So the purge list actually HURT BUSH.

djones520
08-08-2010, 08:38 AM
The point is the GOP thinks groups of armed men is no problem , but 1 guy with a stick is a big deal.

More hypocrisy.

Right... I'm showing you evidence within the last decade. Of clear rampant voter intimidation being conducted by parties like the Black Panthers, and other organizations that support the Democrats. You dig up a 28 year old court settlement. What was that settlement? They said they would not support any tactics to intimidate voters. That was it. This was nothing more then a civil lawsuit. No criminal charges where ever filed, unlike the boys your trying to defend.

Satanicus
08-08-2010, 08:42 AM
. Of clear rampant voter intimidation being conducted by parties like the Black Panthers, .

You showed ONE GUY standing with a stick.

"Rampant" ... really ?

In your twisted mind , one event ='s "rampant"

Nice try.

djones520
08-08-2010, 08:44 AM
You showed ONE GUY standing with a stick.

"Rampant" ... really ?

In your twisted mind , one event ='s "rampant"

Nice try.

Did you bother reading that letter I posted? Those were all documented events.

djones520
08-08-2010, 08:57 AM
http://www.wisn.com/stepsaway/6285652/detail.html


MILWAUKEE -- A judge on Friday accepted no contest pleas by four of five Democratic presidential campaign workers to misdemeanor criminal damage to property for puncturing the tires of Republican vehicles on Election Day 2004.

http://www.foxnews.com/projects/pdf/Vote_Fraud_Intimidation_Suppression_2004_Pres_Elec tion_v2.pdf


Court Issues Injunction Against Democrat Operatives Targeting Ohio Voters
With Phone Calls Providing Deceptive Information to Voters


Court Issues Injunction Against Democratic National Committee Ordering It
To Stop Distributing Intimidating Materials To Republican Volunteers In
Florida


Court Orders MoveOn.org To Cease Voter Intimidation And Harassment In
Ohio


Ohio Court Ordered Democrat Polling Place Challengers To Remove
Deceptive Arm Bands and Badges


Violence Against Republican Volunteers In Philadelphia On Election Day


Union-Coordinated Violence And Intimidation Against Republican
Campaign Offices And Volunteers


September 2, 2004: Gun Shot Fired Into Huntington, WV, Republican Headquarters.95
September 3, 2004: Windows Broken, Anti-Bush Messages Scrawled At Gallatin County,
MT, Republican Headquarters.96
September 6, 2004: Huntington, WV, Republican Headquarters Egged.97
September 13, 2004: Swastika Drawn On Duluth, MN, Resident’s Lawn, Signs Also
Defaced With Words “Nazi” And “Liar.”98
September 16, 2004: Community College Professor In Florida Punched Republican County
Chairman In Face.99
September 22, 2004: West Elmira, NY, Resident Found Swastika Drawn On Bush
Campaign Sign In His Yard.100
September 23, 2004: Office Ransacked During Break-In At Vilas County, WI, Republican
Headquarters, Obscene Words And Graphic Pictures Sprayed On Campaign Signs.101
September 26, 2004: Windows Smashed And Signs Stolen At Oxford, MS, Bush-Cheney
‘04 Headquarters.102


October 1, 2004: Laptops Of Executive And Field Director Stolen From Bush-Cheney ‘04
Headquarters In Seattle, WA.103
October 1, 2004: Swastika Burned Into Front Yard Of Bush-Cheney ‘04 Supporter In
Madison, WI.104
October 2, 2004: Collinsville, OH, Resident Chains Down Bush-Cheney ‘04 Signs After
Several Signs Stolen And One Was Replaced With Kerry Sign.105
October 3, 2004: Burglary At Thousand Oaks, CA, Victory 2004 Headquarters Where
Bush-Cheney ‘04 Banner Was Stolen From Outside Premises.106
October 5, 2004: Gun Shots Fired Into Knoxville, TN, Bush-Cheney ‘04 Office, Shattering
Office’s Glass Front Doors.107
October 8, 2004: Two Men Were Caught On A Hidden Camera Tearing Down And
Urinating On Bush-Cheney ‘04 Sign In Akron, OH.108
October 9, 2004: Oxnard, CA, Supporter Placing Bush-Cheney ‘04 In Yards Verbally
Abused, Knocked Down And Had Signs Stolen.109
October 9, 2004: Bush-Cheney Signs Near Vail, CO, Cut In Half And Burned In
“Ransacking.”
October 10, 2004: Office Windows Broken And Field Director’s Laptop Bag and Purse
Stolen In Burglary At Canton, OH, Victory Office.111
October 11, 2004: Windows Broken, Petty Cash Stolen And Computers Tampered With In
Burglary At Spokane, WA, Victory 2004 Headquarters.112
October 13, 2004: Walls And Windows Of York, PA, Victory 2004 Headquarters
Vandalized With Pro-Kerry Spray-Paint And Signs Outside Destroyed.
October 22, 2004: Break-In Discovered At Cincinnati, OH, Victory 2004 Headquarters.125
October 22, 2004: Break-In Discovered At Flagstaff, AZ, Victory 2004 Headquarters.
Perpetrators gained entry by throwing a cinder block through a plate glass window.126
October 22, 2004: Chunk Of Concrete Tossed Through Glass Door Of Republican
Headquarters In Santa Cruz, CA.127
October 23, 2004: Two Kerry Supporters Arrested After Stealing Pro-Bush Signs From
Activist And Pushing Police Officer At Edwards Rally In St. Petersburg, FL

djones520
08-08-2010, 09:02 AM
See the differance here Satanicus is that we all know these events take place on both sides of the aisle. But 1, the Democrats do it much much more. And 2, we don't defend the actions by saying "Well you guys do it too." We do not condone it when it's done in support of our own candidates.

You cannot say the same.

Satanicus
08-08-2010, 09:13 AM
See the differance here Satanicus is that we all know these events take place on both sides of the aisle. But 1, the Democrats do it much much more. And 2, we don't defend the actions by saying "Well you guys do it too." We condone it when it's done in support of our own candidates.

You cannot say the same.

It's a shame you really don't see the difference.

The difference is that the GOP THEMSELVES gets involved and forms groups to do the intimidation.

The Dems don't. This is a 3rd party that the DNC has no control over.

djones520
08-08-2010, 09:20 AM
It's a shame you really don't see the difference.

The difference is that the GOP THEMSELVES gets involved and forms groups to do the intimidation.

The Dems don't. This is a 3rd party that the DNC has no control over.


According to the criminal complaint filed in the case, on the day before the election,
DNC consultant Opel Simmons witnessed individuals at the Democratic headquarters in
Milwaukee discussing a plan to go to the Republican campaign office and cover it with yard
signs, placards and bumper stickers.

Arrested, Charged, and 4 found guilty of slashing tires of Republican vehichles.


Michael J. Pratt
 Paid $7,965.53 by the Democratic Party of Wisconsin in 2004
 Pratt’s father is former Acting Mayor Marvin Pratt, who chaired the Kerry-
Edwards campaign in Milwaukee
• Sowande Ajumoke Omodunde (a.k.a “Supreme Solar Allah”)
 Paid $6,059.83 by Gwen Moore for Congress and the Democratic Party of
Wisconsin in 2004
 Son of U.S. Rep. Gwen Moore (D-WI)
• Lewis Gibson Caldwell, III
 Paid $4,639.09 by Gwen Moore for Congress and the Democratic Party of
Wisconsin in 2004
• Lavelle Mohammad
 Paid $8,858.50 by the Democratic Party of Wisconsin and America Coming
Together ($966 for canvassing work in June and July) in 2004
• Justin J. Howell
 Paid $2,550.29 in 2004 by the Democratic Party of Wisconsin62


On Election Day 2004, a Seminole County, Florida, court stopped the DNC and state
Democratic Party from “further intimidation” and dissemination of materials that were “designed
or intended to intimidate or unduly threaten the activities of poll watchers” organized by the
Florida Republican Party.77


In addition to the intimidating letters sent by the DNC to Republican volunteers, the DNC
paid for recorded phone calls to Republican poll observers’ homes in Florida featuring the same
message that the court in Seminole County found to be intimidating and misleading.

I already provided the link for that info.

Jfor
08-08-2010, 09:38 AM
It's a shame you really don't see the difference.

The difference is that the GOP THEMSELVES gets involved and forms groups to do the intimidation.

The Dems don't. This is a 3rd party that the DNC has no control over.

There is no way you are stupid enough to seriously believe that.

PoliCon
08-08-2010, 09:43 AM
The GOP has a reputation of intimidating black voters , sometimes with groups of armed men.

So what , the guy had a stick.

ROTFL! The democratic party has a history of intimidating black voters. Please link to examples of GOP intimidation of black voters.

djones520
08-08-2010, 09:45 AM
There is no way you are stupid enough to seriously believe that.

Of course he doesn't, even he's not that dumb. But he'll tell a lie before he admits he's wrong.

lacarnut
08-08-2010, 11:26 AM
I say let's ban this lying hunk of shit. He is a compulsive liar. Responding to his stupidity has become tiresome.

NJCardFan
08-08-2010, 12:26 PM
The GOP has a reputation of intimidating black voters , sometimes with groups of armed men.

So what , the guy had a stick.

Oh Really? Perhaps you should re-read your history. It was Democrats who intimidated blacks, refuse their right to vote, and blocked every piece of civil rights legislation ever tabled. It was the Democratically controlled KKK who lynched black and white Republicans, shot up Republican gatherings, and terrorized Republican politicians. You're whitewashing of your parties history is so typical that it's sad. And I can back up my claims:
http://ecx.images-amazon.com/images/I/51Rc420r0iL._SL500_AA300_.jpg

djones520
08-08-2010, 12:34 PM
The Colfax Massacre comes to mind. 150 Blacks killed by Democrats for voting for and defending a Republican governer.

asdf2231
08-08-2010, 03:53 PM
http://chzderp.files.wordpress.com/2010/07/283d1313-8968-47f9-bee2-7f396657084f2.jpg?w=500&h=610 .