Millions of Democrats electioneering at polls in violation of federal law!

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    Millions of Democrats electioneering at polls in violation of federal law!


    Just this instant fairandbalancedyouknowit.com has learned that across the nation millions of Democratic voters are carrying images of former Democratic President Franklin D. Roosevelt into polling places! The brandishing of this hero of liberals everywhere is no doubt a dirty attempt to intimidate independent voters into voting Obama's way! If you see any of these voters, take pictures and document the incident. The images of FDR they carry are on 17.91 mm diameter metal discs 1.35 mm in thickness. The discs are made primarily of copper but are coated with nickel to give a silver like appearance. They weigh 2.268 grams. On one side is a side view of FDR's head, and on the other is an olive branch, torch, and oak branch. Some of them are literally carrying pockets full of this vile Democratic union thug propaganda! This deliberate violation of federal election law must be stopped!
     
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    With any luck, they'll also be stupid enough to notice that FDR isn't on the ballot and write him in.
     
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    The message is clear: If you liked FDR's Depression, vote Obama
     

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