Thursday, September 09, 2010

Dems Lead Among Dropoff Voters

A Dem poll measures enthusiasm among classic Obamabots:
...those who voted in 2008 but are unlikely to vote this fall -- and found Democrats leading 47% to 40% among that group.
How are they doing among dead ones? Seriously.

During the Bush administration, the Justice Department enforced both Section 7 (the welfare office registration provisions) as well as Section 8 (the list integrity provisions). Section 7 cases were investigated and brought against multiple states, including Illinois and Arizona. Section 8 cases were investigated and brought against multiple states, like Missouri and Maine.

The decision of the Holder DOJ to ignore the integrity provisions of Section 8 is deliberate and corrupt. In November 2009, political appointee Julie Fernandes told the entire assembled DOJ Voting Section that the Obama administration would not enforce the list maintenance provisions of Section 8. Section 8 "doesn't have anything to do with increasing minority turnout," Fernandes said. "We don't have any interest in enforcing that part of the law." End of story.

At the same time, Fernandes stressed that the DOJ would vigorously enforce the welfare agency registration provisions of Section 7.

She made these lawless instructions in front of me and dozens of other shocked Voting Section lawyers. The DOJ has never once denied that Fernandes gave these instructions, nor has the DOJ countermanded them.

We need to win big in November, folks.

P.S. Obamabots shrink. A lot of them probably have government jobs now. The others are probably unemployed. Neither are motivated to volunteer these days. Hopey-changey not so happy. It's bound to have penetrated a few young skulls full of mush, as El Rushbo would say.

(And can we defeat the colossal conceit of Barney Frank and his elitist liberal ilk?)

We can't afford this over-educated, clueless arrogance.

P.P.S. Ben Stein's recession diary. Some horrifying stories.

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