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|Subject: Who do dead people vote for||Date: 9/4/2012 7:26 AM|
|Author: TerryMcK||Number: 641916 of 710118|
Interesting to Google this topic in any variety of ways.
First, there are estimates as high as 1.8 million still on voter roles across the country. This is probably a high number, but does indicate the impact on any election the dead can have.
If you look for the dead voting Democratic, there are all kinds of cases of voter fraud reported - and some proven.
If you look for the same for Republican, you mainly find Republicans trying to suppress the dead from voting.
So I think we need to make a few changes; first, get more dead Republicans to vote, so we can eliminate all the controversy about the dead voting. Then we need to require a valid ID of the spirit of the dead person who is voting or at lease a permission slip from the deceased.
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