The Democrats never tire of claiming that voter ID laws are racist. But when voter fraud is cited as a national problem, Democrats deny that such a thing even exists.
Irony alert: They vigorously deny the existence of voter fraud, and yet it took place on the floor of their own convention with the Jerusalem/G-d vote, in which a two-thirds majority was never achieved. The delegates not only booed Israel and G-d, but they were outraged by the blatant voter fraud.
Let’s cut to the chase. The Democrats count on voter fraud to win close elections. In Chicago, t’cheyat ha-maytim (the resurrection of the dead) is a fact of, er, life.
But it’s a funny thing — only Democrats rise from the dead. Dead Republicans never manage to vote. Liberals claim that’s because Democrats are so righteous. But we figure dead Democrats vote because living Democrats are ruthless totalitarians who believe the ends justify the means.
In Guilford County, North Carolina, dead Democrats are still dead, but the voting machines have miraculously come to life, developing minds of their own.
And gosh, what a shock: they are Obama robots.
The presidential election is just around the corner and voting issues have already become a problem in Guilford County.
On Monday, several voters complained that their electronic ballot machine cast the wrong vote. All the complaints were made by people who voted at the Bur-Mil Park polling location.
One of the voters, Sher Coromalis, says she cast her ballot for Governor Mitt Romney, but every time she entered her vote the machine defaulted to President Obama.
“I was so upset that this could happen,” said Coromalis.
Guilford County Board of Elections Director George Gilbert says the problem arises every election. It can be resolved after the machine is re-calibrated by poll workers.
“It’s not a conspiracy it’s just a machine that needs to be corrected,” Gilbert said.
After the third try, Coromalis says she was able to get her vote counted for Gov. Romney but was still annoyed.
“I should have just mailed it in,” Coromalis said.
Marie Haydock, who also voted at the Bur-Mil Park polling location, had the same problem.
“The frustration is… every vote counts,” said Haydock.
H/T Gateway Pundit