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- 06-03-2012, 12:35 AM #1
Voter Fraud in California: a Way of Life
by Paul Benedict
Saturday, June 2, 2012
Despite the fact that there are 2.6 million illegal immigrants in California, no proof of citizenship is required to for voter registration and presenting a utility bill is all the identification needed at the polling place.
To complicate matters, the utility bill is only required if a voter does not give the last four digits of his or her social security number, a Driver's License or State ID card number when initially registering. If a new voter cannot provide even a ghost of a social security number, county officials must assign that voter a registration number. This is the only voter that must show a utility bill as proof of identification. However, after this first vote, the ballot is granted in perpetuity without identification. In essence, anyone who feels that they belong in California can vote in our national elections.
How big might this problem be? Statistics coming from the California Secretary of State put the number of eligible voters at about 64% of the total population. Applying this to the 2.6 million illegal immigrant population means that almost 1.7 million illegal immigrants could easily avail themselves of California polls during a national election.
Is there any evidence that anything like 1.7 million votes might have been placed illegally in previous elections? The sudden demise of the Republican Party after Governor Wilson's support for Proposition 187 forms an anecdotal background. Did the Democrats and the Hispanic Caucus panic? Could some have organized an ACORN-like voter registration drive, signing up Hispanics like crazy and purposely looking the other way when picture identifications could not be found?
One way to see the trend towards new voter registration is by comparing the number of registered voters sixty days before the election to the number of registered voters 30 and fifteen days before the election. The increase between these two dates MUST be, in total, the number of new voter registrations during those months. Certainly, the last months before an election provide the best backdrop for new registrations, but the new registrations below are just a fraction of the yearly total. Remember, in California this is especially important because only first time voters are required to show identification, and only if those voters did not show a picture I.D. when registering at the DMV or when registering online. The charts below show just a hint of how large this problem could be:
15-DAY REPORT OF REGISTRATION
October 20, 2008, for the November 4, 2008, General Election
STATISTICS FOR PRESIDENTIAL GENERAL ELECTIONS
Report Date Eligible Voters Registered Registration Close *
Oct. 20, 2008 23,208,710 17,304,091 15-day Close +1,132,317 in 45 days
Oct. 18, 2004 22,075,036 16,557,273 15-day Close + 931,493 in 45 days
Oct. 10, 2000 21,461,275 15,707,307 29-day Close + 633,329 in 30 days
Oct. 7, 1996 19,526,991 15,662,075 29-day Close + 588,097 in 30 days
Oct. 5, 1992 20,863,687 15,101,473 29-day Close + 979,431 in 30 days
*Assembly Bill 1094 (Chapter 899, Statutes of 2000) changed the voter registration deadline from a 29-day close to a 15-day close.
60-DAY REPORT OF REGISTRATION
September 5, 2008, for the November 4, 2008, General Election
HISTORICAL REGISTRATION STATISTICS FOR 60-DAY CLOSE
PRESIDENTIAL GENERAL ELECTIONS
Report Date General Election Eligible Voters Registered Voters
Sep. 5, 2008 2008 Presidential 23,171,364 16,171,772
Sep. 3, 2004 2004 Presidential 22,036,187 15,625,180
Sep. 8, 2000 2000 Presidential 21,430,179 15,126,262
Sep. 6, 1996 1996 Presidential 19,508,172 15,073,978
Sep. 4, 1992 1992 Presidential 20,821,647 14,122,042
New voter registration shows the potential for immigrants, who are here perhaps a shorter time than others, to be recruited to vote in a national election. Of course, there is no reason an illegal immigrant couldn't be registered well before the last sixty days of an election. There is also no reason that an illegal immigrant would not vote again and again many years after he or she first registered to vote. Our state senators come from urban enclaves where there may be as many as 1.7 million illegal votes cast each year. Perhaps Californians really want California style hand-outs and regulations for the rest of the nation, but perhaps we don't.
For Californians the real problem is that the electoral maps amplify slight differences in the final vote. Urban areas dominate the rural districts. Within the sate legislature, safe districts with, let's say, fifty thousand illegal voters, can easily defeat the legal majority again and again. The representative from this safe district can become an uncompromising supporter of licenses for illegal immigrants, tuition grants for illegals, and even special accommodations for impounded vehicles for owners who cannot produce a legal Driver's License. Worse, these blatant gratuities to the illegal immigrant voting block are all in return for the support of higher taxes and the absolutely inane regulatory environment that has ruined the state. Producers are fleeing while mobs of welfare recipients pour in. In fact, the illegal immigrant population is filled with producers, and, in general, producers want nothing of this mayhem. Sadly, the illegals are being exploited again. This time the migrants arenít working in the grape fields for trifles. This time illegals are being asked for their souls in return for false promises that pay nothing.
Voter Fraud in California: a Way of LifeWe have immigration laws that just need to be enforced.
- 06-03-2012, 01:53 AM #2
In what other country on the planet are people who are not citizens allowed to vote. Is it like that in Mexico?
Suffrage is universal, free, secret and direct for all Mexican citizens 18 and older, and is compulsory (but not enforced). The identity document in Mexico serves also as the voting card, so all citizens are automatically registered for all elections; that is, no pre-registration is necessary for every election. Politics of Mexico - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Not mandatory, but needed in almost all official documents, the CURP is the standarized version of an identity document. it actually could be a printed green wallet-sized card or simply a 18-character identification key printed on a birth or death certificate.
Unlike most other countries, Mexico has assigned a CURP to nearly all minors, since both the government and most private schools ask parents to supply their children's CURP to keep a data base of all the children. Also, minors must produce their CURP when applying for a passport or being registered at Public Health services by their parents.
Most adults need the CURP code too, since it is required for almost all governmental paperwork like tax filings and passport applications. Most companies ask for a prospective employee's CURP, voting card, or passport rather than birth certificates.
To have a CURP issued for a person, a birth certificate or similar proof must be presented to the issuing authorities to prove that the information supplied on the application is true. Foreigners applying for a CURP must produce a certificate of legal residence in Mexico. Foreign-born Mexican naturalized citizens must present their naturalization certificate. Identity document - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
- 06-03-2012, 09:46 AM #3
Insert NY in place of Ca. and this article is just as true.If a man sneaks into your home he is a burglar, not an undocumented tenant you must provide for!
- 06-03-2012, 12:22 PM #4
ADDED TO ALIPAC HOMEPAGE News with amended title ..
http://www.alipac.us/content/voter-f...-way-life-586/U.S. Constitution - Article IV, Section 4: GUARANTEES AMERICA FROM INVASION!
- 06-03-2012, 06:42 PM #5
Even in Mexico that is a disaster a photo ID is requiered to vote. DOJ behavor makes them look as a part of the fraud. Minorities don't have photos ID for vote; but they have photos ID to request Walfare Benefits and Food Stamps.Illegal immigration is a serious problem compared to a virus or a plague if we don't fight it on time the consequences would be catastrophic.