Monday, September 12, 2011

More nonsense and lies from Salon's Alex Pareene

Believe it or not Rachel Maddow lookalike Alex Pareene of Salon isn't quite as dimwitted as his writing suggests.

He seems to grasp the issues but like Brad Friedman and a gazillion other left-wingers Pareene doesn't give a farthing's cuss about ballot box integrity. The former Wonkette writer (yes, Wonkette, the thinking person's Perez Hilton) demonizes anybody who dares to suggest that people should have to prove who they are when they show up at polling stations to vote.

Pareene vermiculated over to his computer keyboard earlier today to attack the esteemed election law scholar Hans von Spakovsky for daring to suggest there may be improprieties in the special election tomorrow in New York's 9th congressional district.

Pareene mocks von Spakovsky for citing an old example of  voter fraud from 1982 in a paper, as if no voter fraud has occurred since then. Horrors! In fact voter fraud, or as Democrats call it -- "getting out the vote," is a routine occurrence.

As I reported in the Daily Caller, Lessadolla Sowers was convicted earlier this year on 10 counts of fraudulently casting absentee ballots. Sowers, a member of the Tunica County, Miss., NAACP Executive Committee, received five-year concurrent prison terms for each of the 10 counts. John Fund's book, Stealing Elections, contains plenty more examples of voter fraud.

And like the rest of the brain-damaged commenters who seem to believe this writer wants to bar the poor from voting, Pareene resorts to lies and distortions to attack my work. He claims I wrote that voter fraud " is a phony threat hyped by Republican operatives in order to whip up support for rules making it more difficult for poor people, minorities, and other traditional Democratic constituencies to vote."

Complete BS but that's what professional voter fraud deniers like Pareene do.

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1 comment:

  1. What is a "professional voter fraud denier?" It sounds like something I could do, if it's profitable. I could run down to Houston during elections and ask those tea party folks why they're hovering over minorities while they're trying to vote and they would say they're trying to stem the tide of voter fraud. I would then tell them there is no such thing as voter fraud and then collect a fat check from the voter fraud denier boss guy. I explained this to my guidance counselor and he advised me to choose another career path, but this seems a lot easier and , since the job seems to be based completely on contradiction, I'm sure an expensive education won't be necessary. All I have to do is look someone in the eye and say "that's not true, sir!" My real zinger would be "only a drooling moron would believe in voter fraud and I deny it completely!" Zing! I had aspirations to be a writer but my muse turned on me and had to be put down....that's when they started me on my new medication, Dontwrytatol. I think she went feral because of all the fluoride in the's good for your teeth but if you drink too much you'll wet the bed. Once I had this dream that I was peeing out of moving train but the wind was whipping my pee back at me...but I woke up in a quickly-cooling pool of urine and had to take a shower. I probably should have cleaned the bed up first because the pee soaked all the way down into the box springs and my room smells bad so I sleep in the bathroom in case I dream about trains again. Once I peed from drinking too much beer at one time. I went to this toga party, like in Animal House, but I didn't make any friends. My favorite part of Animal House is where Dean Wormer tells Flounder that "fat, drunk, and stupid is no way to go through life" and then Flounder pukes on him. Flounder was not my favorite...I liked Bluto the best. At the end of the movie Bluto drove off with a naked chick and became a Senator. I think I would make a good Senator because they don't have to know stuff and probably wet the bed too.