Dems Registering the Dead?

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    Romney camp asks Va. to probe voter forms

    UPDATE: Romney camp asks Va. to probe voter forms | Richmond Times-Dispatch


    Why are these going to primarily Democratic-leaning voting blocs such as young adults, unmarried women, African-Americans and Latinos?
     
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    Tell me you're surprised.
     
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    What is supposed to be the gain in all this? Why would forms be sent to the residence of a dead person? Is the dead person expected to respond? His relatives perhaps?

    Nobody is that stupid. If you want to register a dead person you have to do it yourself. I have yet to see a pet that responded with a filled out registration form.

    Another really really stupid story. I am beginning to suspect that no one in the entire country knows how registration and voting work.
     
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    You mean like the claim that requiring ID to vote disenfranchises people? Like that?
     
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    One party tries to register the dead and then tells us we don't need voter ID laws.
    Nah. Nothing to worry about there. Move along, nothing to see..
     
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    The democratics call it "Shoring up the base."

    True story....
     
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    So why does the left and Holder have problems with purging the rolls...especially dead people?
     
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    Maybe we need to call 'Ghostbusters'?
     
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    There is a very simple explanation for how this shit happens.

    One week after I moved across the country, I received a mailer from a veterinarian in the town I just moved to, addressed to a relative who had died five years previously. At my new address.

    They knew exactly what kind of dog was under my new roof, but did not know my relative was dead.

    So I called them and told them they had mailed something to a dead relative who I most assuredly did not move across country with me.

    They were very apologetic and explained they got their data from a national company which provides such information to businesses and organizations for mass mailings.

    This works in reverse, too. A vet that subscribes to such a company provides that company with all kinds of personal data about you. For example, what kind of dog you have. So when you move, that data moves with you and a vet in your new town who also subscribes gets that info automatically sent to them before you get there!!!

    Creepy, no?

    So I wheedled the name of this company out of the vet while they were feeling so bad and then called that company.

    Turns out when you fill out a change of address form at the United States Postal Service, they immediately sell your name and new address to a boatload of such companies.

    Since the Post Office had never been informed of the death in the household, they added everyone's name at our old address to the list of names they sold as moving to the new address.

    Who knew you had to tell the Post Office when someone dies? Who thinks of that crap?

    So a dead person getting a voter registration form? Not surprising in the least. Dead people get mail for years after they die. Everyone knows that.

    Modern technology's dark side.
     
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    If a dead person wants to go to the polls and vote, far be it from me to try and stop them.
    The constitution makes no mention about the dead not being able to vote.
     

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