Tuesday, January 5, 2010

The Dem's Plan For Universal Voter Registration...Hey, What's That???

Get ready to embark on another phone call, e-mail and letter campaign to Capitol Hell. I am passing this information on with a h/t to Crumbs From The Loaf and Randy's Right.

Via: Examiner.com:   What The Dems Know That We Don't - Universal Voter Registration

Wall Street Journal's John Fund describes the proposal as follows:

In January, Chuck Schumer and Barney Frank will propose universal voter registration. What is universal voter registration? It means all of the state laws on elections will be overriden by a federal mandate. The feds will tell the states: 'take everyone on every list of welfare that you have, take everyone on every list of unemployed you have, take everyone on every list of property owners, take everyone on every list of driver's license holders and register them to vote regardless of whether they want to be...'

Fund anticipates that Congress will attempt to ram this legislation down our throats like they have been with the "healthcare" bill. What a surprise! Fund covers the vote issue at greater length in his book, How the Obama Administration Threatens to Undermine Our Elections, a very good read.

There are a few other interesting tidbits that are discussed in this video that you may be interested in hearing, so take a few minutes to watch if you can.


  1. And what enumerated power gives Barney Frank the peter puffer the authority to do this?

  2. I ask you...who are the real enemies of the state? How about us changing the rules and having the 2010 elections in March instead of November, that way we can really have a 'spring cleaning'

  3. Bill:
    Since when does any Dem need authority to do anything? The rules have changed since the Obamanation Administration took office.

  4. Lady Di:
    That sounds like a good idea, but I would like to amend it a little...how about the 2012 election get moved up to March?

  5. Sending out the info!!!

    I'd like to say "I can't believe this" but I'm way beyond that statement!


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