Monday, August 4, 2008

Illegal Immigrant Vote Fraud More Common Than Previously Thought

A study released by the GAO (Government Accountability Office) confirms what many border security advocates have feared... illegal alien voter fraud is a large, widespread problem.

The study found that in 2005, 3% of the 30,000 registered voters called for jury duty were illegal immigrants. The names selected for jury duty were gathered from two years of voter rolls.

Three percent may not sound like a big number to some, but it is more than the margin of victory in Florida in the 2000 presidential election and is quite a bit larger than the margins in most local elections.
Those that have been reluctant to embrace voter ID and having been asking for proof of fraud, should be satisfied by this data, but we suspect they won't because they likely know it is their party that is benefiting from these illegally cast ballots.

11 comments:

Xavier Onassis said...

"The study found that in 2005, 3% of the 30,000 registered voters called for jury duty were illegal immigrants."

OMGOMG! Out of the entire United States, one study conducted 3 years ago found 300 undocumented immigrants who care enough about their adopted home to risk deportation by attempting to vote.

Those insidious BASTARDS!

Why couldn't they just stay home on election day and watch TV like the majority of lazy, apathetic American citizens? Clearly "these people" don't share our values.

"Three percent may not sound like a big number to some, but it is more than the margin of victory in Florida in the 2000 presidential election..."

So, are you implying that "these people" voted for Dubya and it is the fault of undocumented immigrants that we have had a retarded chimpanzee at the helm of government for the past 7 years?

"...and is quite a bit larger than the margins in most local elections."

And your source for this little tidbit of random statistical fiction?

Question: Do you ever go back and read what you have written to make sure it actally conveys the point you are trying to make before hitting "publish"?

Anonymous said...

you are sure reading a lot into the article that isn't there xo.

1. he never says illegals voted for dubya. where did u get that? he said 3 percent is enough to sway close elections. The local election comment does even need justification. turn on you telly tomrrow night and watch for yourself. I bet the kline election is decided by less.

2. having foreigners being able to vote in our elections is a big deal. They could vote at the local level for policies that benefit them and erode our sovereignty. Just look at cities in cali where ms13 politions have been elected to city councils and mayorial ships and then disbanded the cityies' police departments.

pay attention man, your country is being stolen from u by mexican drug cartels and u r too PC to wake up and do something about it.

Xavier Onassis said...

anon - Where to even begin with you? First of all, I'll try to ignore the fact that your writing, spelling and grammatical skills make me tend to think that you are about 6 years old.

"Just look at cities in cali where ms13 politions have been elected to city councils and mayorial ships and then disbanded the cityies' police departments."

I would LOVE to look at cities like that. Perhaps you could point me in the right direction by naming a couple of cities where foreign gang members have been elected mayor and city counccil members and then disbanded the police department. Please. I'm anxious to look into this.

I think I have a pretty good idea who is buying product from those drug cartels.

Put down the crack pipe, anon. Just put it down.

Anonymous said...

no probleme

"The L.A. County city of Bell Gardens – where corrupt elected officials under the influence of drug lords actually tried to shut down the police department."

"City officials who would not cooperate with the Mexican-born city manager were forced out of office," he writes. "Eventually, the L.A. County attorney's office moved in, and the city manager was prosecuted on charges of corruption. Unfortunately, Bell Gardens was only the tip of the iceberg. Other Los Angeles suburbs – including Huntington Park, Lynwood and Southgate – became targets for the cartels."

"Richard Valdemar, a retired sergeant with the L.A. County sheriff's, says, "In the typical scenario, a wealthy Mexican immigrant opens a business in a small town. It could be a very nice Mexican restaurant. He's well-dressed, speaks English, seemingly a real gentleman. He gets involved in the community. His business welcomes police officers with discounts. He makes friends with city officials and other businessmen. No one has any idea where his money comes from – the Mexican drug cartels."

http://www.lacitybeat.com/cms/story/detail/steve_cooley_is_not_a_taco_truck/7001/

http://www.boston.com/news/nation/articles/2006/12/02/corruption_hits_small_socal_cities/

http://www.alipac.us/article1308.html

http://www.wnd.com/news/article.asp?ARTICLE_ID=50518

Ed said...

Anon, that's the only way to make onASSis shut up is to present cold hard facts that he cannot dispute.

Well, he'll dispute them anyways because he's puffing on that crack pipe he accused you of having.

onASSis is an American-hating, lover of law-breakers, troll who probably will end up killing himself one day because he forgot to recycle the lib newspaper who's been brainwashing him all this time.

Xavier Onassis said...

That's funny. I posted a response to anon and it disappeared. Curious.

To recap however, the first two articles talked about simple, garden variety corruption in city government. Does the name Pendergast sound familiar? Nothing particularly sinister about corrupt, small time politicians.

It wasn't until that right-wing, paranoid, republican gas bag Tom Tancredo got hold of the story and twisted it around that it all of a sudden became a vast international conspiricy of the mexican drug lords to take over American cities.

Nonsense.

James said...

XO, I do not delete or modify anyone's comments. I would appreciate it if you wouldn't insinuate that.

I am just enjoying all you guys argue about it.

Anonymous said...

Richard Valdemar was the LA County Sheriff at the time. Can you read?

"Richard Valdemar, a retired sergeant with the L.A. County sheriff's, says, "In the typical scenario, a wealthy Mexican immigrant opens a business in a small town. It could be a very nice Mexican restaurant. He's well-dressed, speaks English, seemingly a real gentleman. He gets involved in the community. His business welcomes police officers with discounts. He makes friends with city officials and other businessmen. No one has any idea where his money comes from – the Mexican drug cartels."

The LA County sherif said that, not tancredo.

why am i wasting my breath? you've obviously been successfully indoctrinated into PC think.

Xavier Onassis said...

james - then the error must have been on my end, because I certainly thought I left a comment. BTW, how do you do the phone in a comment thing? I NEED that! Share!

James said...

Xo,

I got a Lite VoIP account from KCnet, a local ISP here in town. Costs me $5 a month and I get voicemail to email service with that. They come in as .wav's then I just upload them to a service like youtube and will embed the stream.

On a side note, while I was writing this I noticed an email from someone else that said their comment disappeared. Blogger must be acting flaky. I didn't get any emails for comment emails that aren't on the site.

Xavier Onassis said...

james - thanks for sharing. I think that's kinda cool and might have to look into that.

As for the blogger eating comments, that would certainly explain it. Although, IMHO, some comments should disappear because, ya know, they're stoopid.

On a side note, I'm predicting a total democrat sweep in all of the democrat races. You heard it here first.