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Subject:  Re: Question for TMFPMarti Date:  7/10/2013  4:08 PM
Author:  THEMATHISNEAR Number:  688520 of 734525

Using 2000 census calculations of the citizen voting-age population, this translates to more than 13 million American adult citizens nationwide who cannot easily produce documentation proving their citizenship.

And by some accounts, there are 11 million illegal immigrants. How would anyone know who is legally voting and who isn't? Anyone can pose as anyone else, and there is no way to know how many fraudulent votes are cast. As long as the name is on the rolls (and oh, by the way, there are almost 2 million dead people on the voting rolls), the vote looks legit. So libs argue that because no new names were written on the voter rolls in crayon, that means that there's no fraud. Total BS, but that's libs.

Absence of evidence is not evidence of absence.
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