This is a story that is already getting far less attention than it should. Ralph Nader has sued the Democratic Party for conspiring to keep him from taking votes from John Kerry in the 2004 presidential election. Nader alleges the D.N.C. conspired to force him off the ballet in several states.
This is obviously important in regards to keeping the voting process fair for all Americans. It is perhaps equally important in revealing the incredible hypocrisy of liberal politicians. They claimed they wanted every vote counted during the 2000 election, when in fact it appeared to me they only wanted votes counted that were friendly to Al Gore. How many times have we heard allegations of voter fraud mouthed from the same people who appear to condone it?
This lawsuit really underscores their hypocrisy. It also raises more suspicions on the push to give illegal aliens drivers licenses, such as in N.Y. State by Elliot Spitzer. A driver’s license for those illegally entering the country would no doubt greatly increase the likelihood of voter fraud on an unprecedented scale.
The party that has loudly claimed they wanted every vote counted has a lot to answer for. Hillary Clinton, who had previously been silent on the drivers license controversy, appeared to panic as she flip flopped when confronted with the issue during the latest presidential debate. Regardless of what party you support, you should be concerned with equal rights for all candidates and voters.
“The Democratic Party is going after anyone who presents a credible challenge to their monopoly over their perceived voters. This lawsuit was filed to help advance a free and open electoral process for all candidates and voters.”
— Ralph Nader