The Revolution Doesn’t Need To Be Televised
If Democrats do steal the election in Massachusetts today, the revolution will have effectively begun. And it won't matter if it's televised, or not. The people no longer need a television weatherman to tell them which way the wind's blowing.
Why let something silly like the rule of law get in the way of holding on to power if winning makes you the law? Michelle Malkin rounds-up some of what's happening in MA today when it comes to the win at all costs mindset of Democrats.
The deadline to apply for absentee ballots for the January 19, 2010 special election for US Senate was Friday, January 15.
When the DOJ refused to pursue charges of voter intimidation against the New Black Panther Party in Philadelphia, it wasn't an exception. It was a tragic indicator of how Obama and his Chicago thugs are willing to use power to retain power at any cost. Do you think Holder's DOJ is really going to care about chargers of election fraud in MA stemming from today's race?
There's no reason why you should. It's merely a continuation of a trend we've watched grow for over two decades. Now, it has more power behind it than it ever did before.
With angry taxpayers already taking to the streets via Tea Parties and new forms of communication allowing fed up citizens to communicate and organize around their discontent, if they steal the election in MA today, the revolution will have begun.