Voter fraud doesn’t matter because “we” won… by a lot.
Benevolent Victor Syndrome is clearly a psychological disorder.
This is the single issue that sits atop my “must address” list.
Apparently 71% of the population agrees with me… which is incredibly disturbing. Who are the 29% that think it’s OK?
If there was ever an opportunity to learn how “community organizers” cheat it’s in Wisconsin. Yes, I realize that the governor won by a wide margin, but this is always used as an excuse not to investigate and prosecute.
When the Conservative candidate wins his statement is “The election is over and it’s time we all come together for the benefit of (fill in the blank)”. This candidate doesn’t want to “rub it in”… by enforcing the law.
When the Liberal candidate wins his statement is “The people have spoken.” This candidate doesn’t want to… enforce the law.
(Why would Socialists want to investigate voter fraud… or purge voter rolls of ineligible voters in Florida… or require identification, anywhere, in order to vote? They are the 29%.)
So, the only time voter fraud matters is when the election is close. Why is this? How is it that undermining the foundation of our electoral system is important only when there is something for one side or the other to gain? What about the “side” of the voter? What about the damage that voter fraud does to the electorate in terms of making them pessimistic regarding the value of their vote? What about the single most important act one can commit to legally screw up someone elses life being diluted by those who cannot win on the content of their ideas?
The time of the benevolent victor should be over.
If it’s republicans cheating they need to go to jail.
If it’s democrats cheating they need to go to jail.
The above needs to happen in the most open and prominent fashion possible so all can see.
Until the 71% stand up for a legally executed election process we will always have to ask ourselves if our vote really matters.
(I support buying votes with alcohol however… seems like a good idea to me.)