If Franken-stein wins the Minnesota senate race, it will be a continuing, slow journey down the path to the end of voting democracy in America as we once knew it. Voting practices have, for a long time, been rolling toward this end where the liberal bias moves into the realm of our right to a free and just election. Some of the signs of that danger to democracy are: liberals using the court system as the main lawmaking body of the states (see the Proposition 8 fight won by voters in CA and now in threat of loss by a liberal court), http://www.advocate.com/news_detail_ektid68974.asp
Dems fighting photo ID’s for voters in the past election (how can a dead person vote if one must have a picture?) in that only three states require voter ID’s, http://www.politico.com/news/stories/0408/9936.html
allowing unverified mail-in ballots and registrations such as those we’ve seen in Ohio,
allowing Acorn to successfully rig several elections across at least 9 states (one of the reasons B.O. won the election) through many illegal behind-the scenes actions, etc.
The foxes are again watching the hen house in Minnesota with Democrats Secretary of State Mark Ritchie and Attorney General Lori Swanson making the decisions. I feel an anger inside that is bubbling over with an incredulous nausea I just can’t shake. Frankey and Soros and other far left lying bastards have won yet another round through illegal means while the world sits and watches. The mantra of the day in Minnesota appears to be “Franken and his lawyers blocked….and blocked….and blocked….” clearly winning on peripheral actions. The truth never matters to the Dems and the end always justifies the means.
“At this stage, it appears that Franken will be certified the winner by the state Canvassing Board,” Jim Manley, a spokesman for Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid, D-Nev., said Tuesday afternoon. “We’re keeping abreast of the situation and will make a decision with regard to Senate action at the appropriate point in the process.”
Sen. Amy Klobuchar, D-Minn., went further, saying that if the Canvassing Board declares a winner on Monday, the Senate should “consider seating that person pending litigation.”
Not to say the GOP won’t put up a fight.
“That brought a sharp retort from Sen. John Cornyn, R-Texas, who suggested the GOP will try to block any effort by Democrats to seat Franken before all legal issues in the recount are settled…”
With Soros’s money, Minnesota Democrat control, mismanagement of the election and the typical fraudulent voting practices the Dems are famous for, there’s little chance Republican Coleman will hold the senate seat for Minnesota. The following shot of one of Frankey’s supporters (borrowed from Michelle Malkin’s blog), pretty much tells the story: