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Archive for December 29th, 2005

Which Party Supports Voter Fraud?

Posted by Mike on December 29, 2005

Georgia state Rep. Alisha Thomas Morgan (You Guessed It, Democrat) is vowing to repeal the state’s new law requiring voters to show identification at the polls. In fact, her oppostion to this common sense law is so extreme she’s comparing her struggle to the civil rights movement!

Why is it always Democrats who oppose requiring people to prove that they are who they say they are in order to vote? Answer: because it’s more difficult to cheat if you have to prove who you are. Dead people can’t carry identification to the polls. Moreover, falsifying enough fake IDs so you can vote 10 times can be exhausting.

I ask our readers to remember this and every other instance of Democrats’ opposition to ID at the polls when they try to tell you they detest election fraud.

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The Honesty of a Child

Posted by Mike on December 29, 2005

Those of us who are informed know that Valerie Plame was not an outed CIA agent as too many people knew of her identity. We also know that Joe Wilson and his wife Valerie are people who are infatuated with themselves. Uncovering the truth about pre-war intelligence was never their aim. After all, an independent inquiry by the British government told us President Bush’s claims that Saddam Hussein sought uranium in Africa was “well founded.”

The sole purpose of Joe Wilson and Valerie Plame’s antics was to fulfill their narcissitic desire for fame and attention. For you liberals who doubt my assertion I have one question: Where would a five year old child get the idea that his daddy’s famous?

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Charlie Weis Rules

Posted by Mike on December 29, 2005

Justin Einhorn reports that when asked if his preparations for the Fiesta Bowl would be different as it was his first bowl game, Charlie Weis responded “This is my first time going to a bowl, huh?” Though I do not like Patriots fans (who were not Patriot fans until Parcells came along and then rejoiced that their long years of “suffering” were over after winning a Super Bowl), I wish to thank the New England Patriots for providing Notre Dame with our football savior.

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