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Post  News Hawk Tue Apr 02, 2013 9:42 am

Entire article:

"From time to time, I will read of some outrageous scheme by which the mafia obtained or kept power and I will begrudgingly admit to myself that the crooked and vicious grabs for power, as malevolent as they were, were quite impressive and often strokes of brilliance.

I sometimes wonder what people like Al Capone or Lucky Luciano would have achieved if they had used their tremendous brain power for good instead of evil. Likewise, sometimes I look at the underhanded corruption that occurs in the Obama political machine and wonder what America could accomplish if these “leaders” would dedicate a fraction of the energy on improving America as they spend on maintaining power.

Chicago politics runs rampant throughout the Obama Administration and Obama has figured out that for liberal radicals to hold on to power, it’s best to go to the source of the power. To do that, President Obama has quietly nationalized elections.

Obama recently signed an executive order that assigns the administration of elections to the federal government. While states have been administering elections for centuries, Emperor Obama has seized the power to regulate these elections.

According to the executive order, the Presidential Commission on Election Administration composed of not more than nine members appointed by the President. Also, the commission shall identify best practices and otherwise make recommendations to promote the efficient administration of elections in order to ensure that all eligible voters have the opportunity to cast their ballots without undue delay, and to improve the experience of voters facing other obstacles in casting their ballots, such as members of the military, overseas voters, voters with disabilities, and voters with limited English proficiency.

For those who don’t speak corrupted legalese, allow me to translate:

The President has seized the power to decide who shall regulate the practices of elections. These unelected officials will be picked by the most-corrupt president in history and will be in charge of deciding what are fair and unfair voting practices.

Putting a corrupt Chicago politician in charge of deciding the efficiency of an election process is like putting a fox in charge of a henhouse; it’s a bad idea and the outcome is predictable.

How, on Earth, can we trust this man to faithfully execute the laws pertaining to who is getting elected when this last election saw rampant, barely-hidden examples of voter fraud?

This is the same administration that shamefully hindered the ability of our men and women in the military to vote by continually dragging their feet on counting overseas absentee ballots. This is also the same administration that was simply too busy to set up voter-assistance facilities on military bases, despite Congress allocating $75 million for the purpose.

As military members favored Romney by a 2-to-1 margin, it seems suspicious that so many military members would be hindered in their ability to vote.

This is also the same administration whose Justice Department refused to pursue charges against Black Panthers intimidating voters with clubs outside of voting stations in Philadelphia in 2008. While the Black Panther members were initially charged, the members never showed back up for trial and the Justice Department insisted that the case be dropped during the sentencing phase.

However, while Obama and his sleazy minions do the kind of dirty work that makes Joe Kennedy look like a Boy Scout, this administration still maintains that requiring someone to show ID at a voting station is, somehow, deeply racist.

Give me a break…

Here’s the problem: Barack Obama is a corrupt politician that, in typical Chicago tradition, is infinitely more concerned with staying in power than upholding the law. However, I loathe the idea of giving anyone the power to appoint federal overseers to run elections- Republican or Democrat. It’s a bad idea that is places far too much power in the hands of one person.

As John Dalberg-Acton once noted, “Power tends to corrupt and absolute power corrupts absolutely.”

What could go wrong?


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