Archive for October, 2012

This just in from Donna Williams of Wake County NC.


 I just got back from early voting at Optimist Early site in Raleigh. When I was walking down the path, a lady asked me if I wanted a Republican Voting guide? and I said yes. But when she gave it to me, I saw it was the Democrat voting guide and handed it back, thinking I was just mistaken. But on the way out, I heard a different person do the same thing – he clearly said “Republican voting guide?” to a couple, and handed them the blue, Dem one. One hopes people read it, as I did, but that’s fraud.

 We also just heard from one of our greeters at the Wake Tech. North early voting site – same going on there.

This is why we need coverage at ALL of the polls. If you can help – even if just for 2 hours  
The Liberal Democrats will stop at NOTHING to win…

Early voting continues until Sat. Nov. 3
We have 16 Early voting sites
Hours: Mon – Fri : 11:00 – 7pm
Sat: 11:00 – 6:00pm

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Obiwan summed it up well —-

“You will never find a more wretched hive of scum and villainy. We must be cautious.”

Respectfully submitted by SilenceDogood2010 this Thirty First Day of October in the Year of our Lord, Two Thousand Twelve.

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Watch the video and then Read the Narration below:

(Parody of the Vincent Price Narration from Thriller)
by Brightbart

Death & Despair across OUR land
The Election hour is close at hand
Dhimmicrats in search of blood
Come terrorize y’all’s neighborhood

And whomsoever shall be found
Doing voter drives throughout the town
Must stand and face the hounds from hell
Snacks are ‘APPROVED’ by Madam Michelle

His lying voice is in my ears
The funk of debt for many years
And aborted babies from the womb
Holder and Jarrett will seal our doom

As Patriots fight to stay alive
Grasping arrows from their quivers
For all good mortals MUST resist
The evils of the Benghazi Killers

****Evil Laughter****

Respectfully submitted by SilenceDogood2010 this Thirty First Day of October inthe Year of our Lord, Two Thousand Twelve. Happy All Hallows’ Eve

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A true bill of indictment was issued by a Citizens’ Grand Jury in Ocala, Florida, who reviewed evidence and voted unanimously to indict Obama and Biden at 6:02 pm on October 29, 2012.

(Ocala, Florida, October 30, 2012). Larry Klayman, the founder and chairman of Freedom Watch today announced that President Barack Obama and Vice President Joseph Biden have been criminally indicted for having willfully released classified national security information concerning the raid on Osama bin Laden’s compound, U.S. and Israeli war plans concerning Iran and their cyber-attack on Iran’s nuclear facilities. The release of this information, among other harm to U.S. national security, resulted in the killing of members of Seal Team Six by terrorists and the arrest and imprisonment of American covert agents by Pakistan, such as the doctor who aided the CIA with regard to the bin Laden assassination. U.S.-Israeli war plans with Iran have also been compromised.

Respectfully submitted by SilenceDogood2010 this Thirty First Day of October in the Year of our Lord, Two Thousand Twelve.

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A must read here.

What is the Proper Role of Government.



Just a few excerpts below, please read the ENTIRE post at the link above.

    What is the proper role of Government?  We have witnessed the perspectives of those in government, we have heard the answers in recent presidential debates, but what did those who DESIGNED it envision?  Wouldn’t you like to KNOW what government is supposed to be doing?  The interesting thing is, we don’t have to guess, we don’t have to make it up, we simply need to look to the framers of our Constitution. It is almost simplistically elegant the way they described the role of the Senate and the House.  Yet, even the simplest of explanations seem to have eluded the entire government machine.  As the employers of our government, it is essential that we know what government is supposed to be doing and require them to fully accomplish their job description.

    First, the Senate was established to represent the states in the federal government. That is why each state is allotted the same number of Senators, to ensure equal representation and therefore equal control for all states.  The Senate’s primary job description was to protect the states from federal encroachment and ensure each state’s sovereignty.   “Defenders of the 10th Amendment” would be a good description for the job our founders intended them to perform.


   The House was designed to be the representatives of the people.  That is why there are more house members than senators, to better reflect the population of people in each state.  The House’s primary job description was to be the guardians of Liberty, so the people can maintain the rights guaranteed by the Constitution.  “Defenders of the 9th Amendment” would be a good description for the job our founders intended them to perform.

    Of course there are those who would assert that the Supreme Court has “declared” state nullification invalid. The problem with that assertion is that the Supreme Court is NOT the supreme law of the land.  The Supreme Court is one third of the FEDERAL GOVERNMENT (the division of government with the least power, by the way), a Federal government created by the people.  Allowing SCOTUS to determine the degree of sovereignty each state has over the federal government is the ultimate expression of a conflict of interest.  Let us remember that the Federal government, which includes the SCOTUS is a creature of the people.  Would you allow the defendant in a criminal case to decide HIS own guilt or innocence? Of course not!  But allowing the Supreme Court to determine how the Federal Government (of which it is a part) is operating with respect to State’s rights is to have to have the offender declaring his own innocence.  Is the Supreme Court capable of making the proper ruling?  I’m sure they are, but they are equally capable of making the improper ruling and such would be the destruction of liberty by declaring the 9th and 10th Amendments irrelevant.


    Alexander Hamilton declared in Federalist paper #33 that when the government steps outside its constitutional bounds, it is incumbent upon the people to redress the injury done to the Constitution.


    The current lack of understanding of the proper relationship between the States and its Federal Government as well as the neglect of the proper roles of our Congressional employees is leading directly to the destruction of our Constitution.  And as Daniel Webster warned, we as a nation have an obligation to hold onto this great Constitution, or suffer consequences of our neglect.


Respectfully submitted by SilenceDogood2010 this Twenty Eighth Day of October in the Year of our Lord, Two Thousand Twelve.

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October 24, 2012 – The Wave That Breaks the Liberal Bubble

By C. Edmund Wright


Can you feel it?

The wave, that is.  I speak of one that will wash away far more than just a failed presidency.  This wave will have the torque to rock the entire liberal bubble — the political/media/crony bubble — leaving it forever exposed.  Ironically, those inside this bubble will be the last to know — which is precisely why it will happen.  Those who would rule over us, and insult us with outrage over Big Bird, academic debate-scoring, “binders” memes, and specious jobs statistics know nothing about us.  This includes those inside the bubble who purport to represent our views.

But we know them well.  For the record, “we” refers to the quarter of the country that never bought into the fraudulent vapor of Obama and who lost respect for anyone who did.  Even post-election, when 70% plus of the nation was in this stupor, we knew it was Marxist voodoo that could not last.

It did not.  Early in 2009, per Rasmussen, another 25% got over the phony high of Obama’s election.  Since then, Obama’s been underwater on approval .

Millions more have joined this narrow majority in the past weeks.  Debates have been the catalysts, but this epiphany has been building for much longer — and now it’s reached critical mass.  There is now understanding of the shallowness of Obama and of liberalism.  Everything said by the supposedly racist, mean-spirited conservatives has been validated.

Doggone it…I think they’ve been right all along.

We were, and not just about Obama.  We’ve been right about the academia elites, the Jurassic media, the elitist conservative pundits, the establishment, the “obama foam” class, and Occupy and union thugs, too.  This includes anybody who makes his living from government — and the reporting thereof.  It encompasses those who live inside the bubble, plus those who depend on them.  These people are all intertwined, co-dependent, and out of step with America.  Recent events have finally connected dots for a lot of people in ways they can no longer deny.

Consider a quick history:

Rush Limbaugh opened his show that day saying that “the new tone has come home to roost” and, seconds later, “I’m already on the field.”  Many scratched their heads, yet others knew exactly what he meant.  The diluted conservatism of Bush, Karl Rove, and John McCain was destined to fail — allowing a fresh start to take its place.  This was explicitly Rush’s point.  Game on!

It mattered not that Bush and McCain couldn’t stand each other; reaching across the aisle and the new tone were different names for the same perception failure.  Thus, the end of Bush/McCain felt like termination from a bad job.  Awful, and yet liberating.  Many were “on the field” with Rush that day.  The wave began.

Yes, Romney uses some McCain language — and Rove is part of efforts to defeat Obama.  Consider them collateral beneficiaries of a wave they don’t understand.

The wave grew in February 2009, when Rick Santelli reintroduced the term “Tea Party” into our vernacular on CNBC — and his rant went viral thanks to Matt Drudge and Limbaugh.  The phrase “Tea Party” was everywhere.

Thus, when people connected in spring ’09 at town hall meetings opposing ObamaCare, Tea Party groups organically sprang up.  David Axelrod, who has never been part of any movement that he was not paid to dream up and fabricate, immediately projected his counterfeit style onto the Tea Party.  He still doesn’t get it.

In November 2009, Jon Corzine was decisively beaten by Chris Christie, and Bob McDonnell won Virginia big.  People were seeking refuge from Obama in the safety of Republican governors.  In the bubble, they ignored these and bitterly clung to an oddball race in New York 23.  Hey, no big deal — you won two, but we won one.  Nothing to see here.  By the way, did we mention that Obama is personally popular?

The wave then crashed at Hyannis months later and washed the Ted Kennedy seat out of Democrat hands.  Scott Brown is no Reagan, but his campaign was anti-ObamaCare and pro-Tea — even as he avoided the term.  The excuse from the bubble?  Martha Coakley was a poor candidate.  True, but poor libs win safe seats all the time.  Those in the bubble missed the point and passed ObamaCare anyway.

They even promised to read it…if Nancy Pelosi would take her 200-pound gavel off it.

Then came 2010, which, like 1994, was fought ideologically.  With Pelosi predicting victory, Democrats lost 69 seats in Congress, 700 state seats, lots of governors — and damned near every dogcatcher.  Pelosi lost her gavel, too.

Undeterred, the bubble-dwellers then put all their chips on the table in Wisconsin, where they had unions, a hack judge, and the sacrosanct teachers on their side.  This was their slam-dunk.  They were sure they could sink Scott Walker, and the world would be right again.

Uh-oh.  Walker won the absurd recall easily.  The bigger story is the damage done to  public unions.  The infantile behavior of so-called dedicated educators was seen nationwide.  “Public servants,” greedy?  Who knew?

In the bubble, they dismissed this.  They said the problem was simply their messaging and the evil Koch Brothers.  Forget Brown, Christie, McDonnell, 69 seats, 700 legislators, lots of governors, and Walker (twice).  Forget that the entire nation watched the Democrats flee the state to avoid a vote!  Obama is still inevitable.  Everyone (in the bubble) knows it.

They really believe this, and they really believe that the world revolves around them.  For years, it did — as most power, communication and information originated inside the bubble.  Three networks, two wires, one cable, and three dailies ruled the bubble and the opinions of the world.  We know the rest: along came Rush, Drudge, Fox, Hannity, Levin, Savage, Beck, and the conservative websites.  Breitbart emerged and inspired millions to embrace tech toys to expose the “racial Marxism” of the Democrat-media complex.  Thanks to the delightful capers of O’Keefe and Giles, we all know ACORN.

Liberal mischief was exposed.  A union thug fakes racism at a Tea Party — it goes viral.  SEIU members confess to being paid to protest — and it goes viral.  A Democrat congressman insults a youngster — it goes viral.  Chris Matthews wets his pants, and it goes viral.  Weiner…well, you know — and it goes viral.  The entire bubble is intellectually naked, and everyone sees the political porn without the networks, cable channels, or newspapers that once controlled access.

In the bubble, where politics is but a game, they miss the cumulative effect of all this.  They have no sense of the undertow pulling on many.

Fast forward to last week.  As Candy Crowley and the pundits are finding out, winning the optics of the moment is no longer enough.  Now events are won and lost in the days following.  It’s not over ’til the fat lady goes viral.  She went viral, and now Crowley, Obama, and the entire media coterie are being exposed on the web.

Those in the bubble never see these tectonic shifts.  They were in denial after Drudge nearly brought down Bill Clinton.  They stayed in denial after bloggers retired Dan Rather.  Everyday reality brings down more newspapers and magazines, and the pioneer of cable is now only airport fare.

Hello?  Anyone in the bubble spot a trend here?

No, and this includes some good guys.  Limbaugh and Mark Levin hammered Charles Krauthammer and George Will last week on their groupthink.  Even bubble conservatives speak of four-dollar gas and dead ambassadors as mere debate topics.  How can they miss that four-buck gas, soaring food prices, and 11% unemployment are ruining lives?  These are not points awarded because a guy sounds elegant.

Crowley’s antics are a sample of incidents that cause light bulbs to go off for voters who may not know the issues but who do know that a president who has to be rescued by a B-list journalist is indeed an empty chair.  They know that the B-list journalist is not worth listening to, either.  This is the kind of event that can put the last four years into instant perspective for someone.

Different dots connect for different people.  For some, it may be Obama snarking, “Can you say that a little louder, Candy?” after blaming the video for weeks.  Add this to Big Bird, binders, and contraception for middle-aged students, and even unserious voters can tell that Obama is unserious.

For others, it may be the pipeline and gas prices.  Or the cancer ad, the phony Harvard Cherokee, or fat union perks.  Whatever the dots, they all connect those inside the liberal matrix of Obama, all Democrats, the media, unions, Occupy, and the pundits.  Nothing they have said for years is actually true.

If such realizations have hit critical mass, we have a wave.

Gone will be Obama and the Democrat Senate.  More than that, however, will be the exposition of the entire liberal myth.  Obama has been the face of liberalism, and the bubble has been his support system.  When this vapor gets blown away, the propagators will see their credibility blown away as well.

Even at this late date, many assign credence to polls with laughable 2008 turnout models.  This includes Fox, Rasmussen, and the Wall Street Journal, as well as the liberal outlets.  (Gallup excluded this week.)  It will be fun to watch the horror, the denial, and then the spin after election day.

That’s why the wave will be so satisfying.  Oh, saving the country from four more years of Obama will be important, too, of course.  But that will be challenging at the same time.  Remember that John Boehner was a collateral beneficiary of the 2010 elections, and he still does not understand the movement that gave him the speaker’s gavel.  The same might be true for Romney and Paul Ryan.  Rove will also get more credit, more airtime, and more wealth as a result.  He may think he is driving the wave, but he is merely riding it.  These winners are very likely to miss the message of this election, just as the liberals have misinterpreted every election since 2009.  Inside the bubble, they always miss it.

All of this will present challenges and frustrations, of course, going forward.  To paraphrase a sentiment of Levin’s, we’ll “deal with all of that later.”  And we will.  In the meantime, enjoy the wave.  It’s coming.  You can feel it, too.  I know you can.



After you read the article in it’s entirety, please launch the link above to view the comments page there at the American Thinker. Thank you Mr. C. Edmund Wright for your inspiring words.


Listen to the words of this tune. I thought it was appropriate and I’m sure you’ll recognize the old tune.

Respectfully submitted by SilenceDogood2010 this Twenty Seventh Day of October in the Year of our Lord, Two Thousand Twelve.

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UPDATE – November 1, 2012

at 4 pm Eastern Standard Time


We NOW have a total of 4,343 (112 year olds) that have cast ballots here in North Carolina.


After Oct. 31st, we NOW are sitting at 4,343 votes cast by 112 year old individuals. Click to enlarge the image OR visit the link if you want to see all the info.

Please educate yourself, AND OTHERS, on NC General Statute 163-82.4 at the link below.

Are all of these ‘Provisional Ballots’, as per the LAW?

Have these individuals been given the ‘Opportunity to Correct’ these errors as per the LAW?

UPDATE – October 24, 2012

at 10 am Eastern Standard Time

Text of Sections (a) & (e) from the NC General Statute concerning Voting, as quoted by Mr. Don Wright, the legal counsel for the NC State Board of elections. (Note: I’ve taken the liberty to BOLDFACE the key points below)

“§ 163-82.4.  Contents of application form.

(a)        Information Requested of Applicant. – The form required by G.S. 163‑82.3(a) shall request the applicant’s:

(1)        Name,

(2)        Date of birth,

(3)        Residence address,

(4)        County of residence,

(5)        Date of application,

(6)        Gender,

(7)        Race,

(7a)      Ethnicity,

(8)        Political party affiliation, if any, in accordance with subsection (c) of this section,

(9)        Telephone number (to assist the county board of elections in contacting the voter if needed in processing the application),

(10)      Drivers license number or, if the applicant does not have a drivers license number, the last four digits of the applicant’s social security number, and any other information the State Board finds is necessary to enable officials of the county where the person resides to satisfactorily process the application. The form shall require the applicant to state whether currently registered to vote anywhere, and at what address, so that any prior registration can be cancelled.

(e) Correcting Registration Forms. – If the voter fails to complete any required item on the voter registration form but provides enough information on the form to enable the county board of elections to identify and contact the voter, the voter shall be notified of the omission and given the opportunity to complete the form at least by 5:00 P.M. on the day before the county canvass as set in G.S. 163‑182.5(b). If the voter corrects that omission within that time and is determined by the county board of elections to be eligible to vote, the board shall permit the voter to vote. If the information is not corrected by election day, the voter shall be allowed to vote a provisional official ballot. If the correct information is provided to the county board of elections by at least 5:00 P.M. on the day before the county canvass, the board shall count any portion of the provisional official ballot that the voter is eligible to vote.”



And here is a sample of the NC Voter Registration Form. Note the RED required fields in these 2 images.

Top portion of the Form. Click to enlarge the image.

Bottom portion of the Form. Again, Click to enlarge the image.


~~~~ End of Updates ~~~

It appears that I have touched a nerve with the NC State Board of Elections  Executive Director Mr. Gary Bartlett.  I think it was Winston Churchill who once said:

“You have enemies? Good. That means you’ve stood up for something, sometime in your life.”

There is a story in the Raleigh News & Observer and Mr. Bartlett is claiming this IS NOT VOTER FRAUD.

“Just one problem: “It’s not voter fraud at all,” Bartlett said.

Debate over proposed voter ID laws have lingered throughout the election cycle, but the centenarian voters are in fact a result of a change in information collected by the state when people register to vote, Bartlett said.

He said that until the 1980s only age was collected when people registered to vote – not necessarily their date of birth – so a default of Jan. 1, 1900, was used for those who had not provided a birthdate.

In 2008, 9,856 votes were cast by people who were “108.” In 2010, 9,194 people who were “110” cast ballots. There have been 899 votes by people aged “112” so far this year.

“These people have been registered for a long time,” Bartlett said. “Twice now, we’ve cross-checked these people with drivers licenses, but if we can’t find an exact match, we don’t change anything because we don’t want to put out false information.”

Mr. Bartlett, with all due respect sir, YOU have had AT LEAST 4 FULL YEARS to correct this problem. See the embedded Screen Grabs from 2008,  2010, and now 2012.  Most of these voters are located in only 4 different counties— Guilford, Cumberland, Forsyth and Davidson.

And “FALSE DATA” you say? Isn’t it FALSE DATA that you have currently assigned to these Centenarians? And since it’s FALSE DATA, shouldn’t those registrations be purged?

It’s real simple sir: You say you don’t have ‘Phone Numbers’ due to older registrations. You DO have a physical addresses for these folks so— Your office sends out a form letter that states;

“Your current voter information on file with the NC State BoE is Inaccurate / Incomplete. You MUST contact your local Board of Elections office to address these issues. If you do not respond within 60 Days, you will be removed from the Voter Rolls.”

108 Year Olds from the 2008 General Election. Click to enlarge the image.

110 Year Olds from the 2010 General Election. Click to enlarge the image.

112 Year Olds from our Current 2012 General Election. Click to enlarge the image.


Your excuses no longer hold any water. I’ll look forward to your Immediate Resignation.

Lastly, here’s some text I was sent by another Patriot Friend. They had sent off an email to Don Wright, NC BoE Legal Counsel and here’s his reply:

Dear Mr. XXXXXX,

GS 163-82.4 was passed by SL 1993, Chapter 74 and became effective January 1, 1995. It requires a date of birth for those that registered on and after the effective date. Prior to that , GS 163-72 required the voter to state “accurately as possible” their age. GS 163-72 was repealed after the new law when into effect.

Don Wright
General Counsel

And here’s the NCGS:



Respectfully submitted by SilenceDogood2010 this Twenty Third Day of  October in the Year of our Lord, Two Thousand Twelve.

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Let’s hop into the “WAYBACK MACHINE” with Peabody and his pet boy Sherman…shall we?



Peabody and his pet boy Sherman travel back to 1900, the birth year of these 110 Year Old Voters


The year is 2010— The place is North Carolina’s polling locations. 9194 individuals, 110 years old cast their ballots.

65.9% of them were Democrats and 30.91% were Republicans.

What really stands out, to ME anyway, is the FACT that 6,009 of them stood in line on November 2nd— The ACTUAL ELECTION DAY!



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Most of these folks live in only 4 counties too:  Guilford, Forsyth, Cumberland and Davidson.





Respectfully submitted by SilenceDogood2010 this Twenty First Day of October in the Year of our Lord, Two Thousand Twelve.

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