Tuesday, August 01, 2006

Who is Against This?


Why in the world would Ed Treacy and his puppets (Riordan and Sullivan) be against cleaning up the voter polls? They claim that they are protecting the voters of Indiana and particularly Indianapolis. How is fighting to keep the poll books bloated with duplicates and thus increasing the likelihood of error, fraud, or mistake a good thing for the voters in this City?

Crazy Ed has always got his things. Every year he tries to make it look like Republicans are against letting people vote. Every year he claims it is some racist ploy. I always enjoy it because I don't think his own party even takes him serious anymore. In a way, I think he is getting more and more like the television character Mister Ed. He talks, and it is amazing some of the things coming out of his mouth, yet no one takes it serious.

The cost of running an election and the number of poll workers could be lowered if the Democrats and Mr. Ed would allow folks to follow the law and remove duplicate listings for a voter off the poll. I don't want my name on there twice because I know I am only allowed to vote once.

Mr. Ed is really just trying to keep as many names on the poll books so that he and his Democratic friends can cheat and steal elections without being caught. You are either for fair elections and correct voter rolls or not and it is clear Ed is not for fair elections.

4 Comments:

At 2:57 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

I think the Dems should have let the GOP purge keep going for as long as Murphy wanted it to go. Maybe the Republicans should just get to remove anyone they want to. No one should ask questions about this, or bother to hold public meetings when names are being removed from the voter rolls. ZThat's just silly - we can trust the GOP!!!

You guys must be kidding. Kudos to Murphy for ordering a unilateral purge on a Saturday. Looks great on TV. In the end, the names will be removed - but not before the GOP gets caught red-handed purging voters on a weekend with no Democratic oversight. I'm sure Treacy is loving the media coverage.

 
At 8:32 AM, Anonymous Tim said...

Crazy Ed makes election years more fun!

 
At 8:34 AM, Anonymous John said...

The GOP is not taking people off the list. It is a bi-partisan voter registration's office who is removing old addresses of people registered to vote at a new address.

 
At 10:41 AM, Anonymous jake said...

The only people that seem to think this is a bad idea are the Marion County Democrats.

Look, we understand their pain: it must be tough losing so many "voters" because of those pesky election laws.

 

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