Wednesday, November 21, 2012

Bronco Stoma - Voter Fraud

GOP legally barred from fighting vote fraud
30 years later, consent decree violation claims still threaten
Res Ipsa Loquitor

The case is the Democratic National Committee vs. the Republican National Committee, originally from 1982.

Democrats alleged Republicans were trying intimidate minority voters in New Jersey and brought the legal action. The RNC, inexplicably, decided to agree to a consent decree before a Democrat-appointed judge rather than fight the claims.

The judge, Dickinson Debevoise, appointed by Jimmy Carter, later retired but decided he would continue to control the case. The decision requires the RNC – but not the DNC – to “refrain from undertaking any ballot security activities in polling places or election districts where the racial or ethnic composition of such districts is a factor in the decision to conduct, or the actual conduct of, such activities there and where a purpose or significant effect of such activities is to deter qualified voters from voting; and the conduct of such activities disproportionately in or directed toward districts that have a substantial proportion of racial or ethnic populations shall be considered relevant evidence of the existence of such a factor and purpose.”

The rest of the agreement essentially requires the RNC to follow applicable state and federal election laws.

But the section cited above has been used for decades to warn off Republicans from any challenge to evidence of voter fraud in districts with “racial or ethnic populations.” [Full Article]

Res Ipsa Loquitor

What surprises me is that this is the first time I've heard mention of that consent decree.  Still, I have so long ago decided that the GOP was little more than a cup of water to throw on a Democrat grease fire,  that I can't really be upset.  Everybody, and I do mean everybody,  knows there was MASSIVE vote fraud in the recent election. 

Everyone has, or should have seen this coming. I certainly did.

 In 1978,  American farmers from across the nation drove tractors, and converged on Washington DC.  I remember getting caught up in the traffic jam they caused, and listening to Harden and Weaver on WMAL without moving a foot.  The farmers were protesting government farm policy.  All I remember is them being pissed over being paid not to grow crops!  Anyway, that incident triggered the writing of my first political novel."Bring Me Bronco Stoma's Head!" [Vane Press]

Res Ipsa LoquitorBronco Stoma was a fictional president in my story.  I based him on  Jimmy Carter, Ted Kennedy, the anti-Christ, and  Bob Short.  You can still find it in some rare book stores, but it didn't sell all that well.  The establishment press refused to publish it, and after spending all our savings self-publishing, the book stores were warned by "The Man" not to carry it. I gave copies to waiters and cab drivers in lieu of a tip.

Anyway, the exciting finish.  70,000 tractors, each with mounted .50 cal Browning, and rocket launchers, and followed by 5 million foot soldiers (pissed-off Americans) came to Washington.  Here, in retrospect,  is the really weird deja-vu part.  Them storming the White House matches exactly the Seal attack on bin-Laden's compound.  Even the burial at sea (so Stoma's body couldn't be memorialized by Democrat cultists).  Oh yeah, the mob went on to hang everybody in the city, and then burn it to the ground. 

Of course, all that is fiction;  but so is everything we know about the current poseur.


Anonymous said...

Sure it wasn't Alfredo Garcia?

Sir H the Comet

Cheesy said...

I love a happy ending...

Anonymous said...

Do ya think people know what a "stoma" is? I do, cuz I had one for about 3 months...

How appropriate for what it emits...


Anonymous said...

I hope you've been keeping good tax records and are current Rog.

Anonymous said...

As the Imperial Firearms Adviser use to say: It's the party of evil verses the party of stupid. I am not entirely buying this story. Yet. It explains some things but it fails to explain why the GOP continues to exist. If true, it is time to dissolve the GOP.


DougM said...

This …
is why the Tea Party exists.

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