I remember reading about some voting districts in and around Philly that voted 100% for Obama. 100%.. A complete statistical improbability that every voter in those districts voted the same way. Voter fraud is real and happens nearly everywhere. For anyone to downplay or deny that it happens or the instance of it happening is small and rather inconsequential is a fool. Plain and simple. There have been and will continue to be elections decided to just a handful of votes. On the local, state and national levels.
The right to vote is the paramount right we as citizen have and are entrusted with in this country. Blood has been spilled for this. Even one instance of fraud, no matter the form is cause for serious concern.
Even in my town there have been some rather disturbing "actions" with voting. Being a lot of Irish and Italian families there are lots of Father/Son , Mother/Daughter combinations with the same or very similar names. And with the rather aged people who volunteer at the booth it isn't complicated for one to vote for the other. Father voting for Son, Son for Father, Mother for Daughter ect ect. Not to mention the "snowbirds" who vote in 2 States. After all since no ID is needed all you do is state your name and street and a ballot is handed to you. 3 years ago I was told I had already voted.... Funny thing was I hadn't voted yet. Was probably an honest error but I don't know for sure. After some "discussion" and people making phone calls I was handed a ballot and "allowed" to vote. Fraud is real and shouldn't be downplayed by anyone.
And Sam... How is that Xanax doing for ya?