Now they are finding evidence of fraud in Florida.
Voter fraud, that is. Apparently massive amounts of voter fraud.
Again, how much of this is necessary to turn the tide of an election?
Look: It isn’t the “will of the people” if there is massive fraud. On the one hand, I accepted that enough people voted for
Barry Soretoro Barack Obama that he was, indeed, the legitimate president of the United States, even if only marginally more than halfway. But now I cannot help but wonder. How many people didn’t vote for him, yet were counted as voting for him? How many people voted more than once, or fraudulently, in key states?
Enough, maybe, to make those states give him the electoral votes?
How much fraud is too much before we begin to believe that the election was, indeed, stolen? How much before we decide that this government is not a legitimate government and choose not to work under it’s rules? How long before we elect our own government and break the United States into something else?
You might think that that is all rhetorical, but I assure you, it isn’t.
Until these questions are answered, and until people caught cheating on elections and election officials who are caught cheating or facilitating fraud are arrested, tried, and imprisoned, we will never have a belief that the government we have is a legitimate one.
And if out government is not legitimate, do they really have any say over us? Have they a mandate to govern? To make rules which are supposed to be, after all, the “will of the people”?
ETA: Plus THIS …(These people belong in jail… after being horewhipped)