Democrats Fight To Retain Cooked Voter Rolls In Ohio
Desperate to win the key electoral state of Ohio and vault a completely unqualified affirmative action black into the presidency of the United States, the Ohio state Democratic patry is appealing to the Supreme Court to allow them to retain something on the order of 200,000 fraudulently registered and in some cases non-existent voters on the election rolls.
Ohio.com reports: "Ohio's top elections chief has asked the U.S. Supreme Court to intervene in a dispute over whether the state is required to do more to help counties verify voter eligibility...Secretary of State Jennifer Brunner, a Democrat, filed an appeal the high court late Wednesday, said spokesman Jeff Ortega. On Tuesday, the 6th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals in Cincinnati sided with the Ohio Republican Party and ordered Brunner to set up a system that provides names of newly registered voters whose driver's license numbers or Social Security numbers don't match records in other government databases. The GOP contends the information for counties will help prevent fraud."
"At least 200,000 newly registered voters have mismatched data, according to an initial review by Brunner's office. Brunner's office said Wednesday that she would comply with the lower court's ruling. Ortega said the office would release a statement later Thursday on why she chose to file an appeal. Brunner has called the issue a veiled attempt at disenfranchising voters and said other checks exist to help determine eligibility." ("Disenfranchising voters" is a liberal code word for refusing to allow ballot boxes to be stuffed with fraudulent black votes in negro districts.)
"Ohio Republicans issued a statement calling the situation a shameful mess and criticized her for initially saying she would comply with the earlier court ruling. About 666,000 Ohioans have registered to vote since January, with many doing so before the contested Democratic presidential primary election between Sens. Barack Obama and Hillary Rodham Clinton in March."
Ohio has 20 electoral votes and could conceivably tip the scales to Barack Obama in the election, if the Democrats can maximize the large black vote in the Cleveland metropolitan area and a few other urban areas such as Columbus and Dayton. The electoral college system, heavily weighted in favor of states with large urban populations of blacks and illegal aliens, means that White people are effectively outvoted already even though the official "tipping point" wherein whites become a minority in this country is only supposed to come in 2042.