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Manual for the 2012 Election
, August 8, 2012
This review is from: Who's Counting?: How Fraudsters and Bureaucrats Put Your Vote at Risk (Paperback)
I read this book. It is an excellent manual to understanding the mechanics of American elections. It documents extensive voter fraud across the nation and describes how voter fraud was responsible for delivering the 60th seat in the Senate and a filibuster proof majority for Obama care. The book quotes an actual felon who illegally voted for Al Franken and said she hoped her vote made a difference. Hard to quibble with a confession.
The book also describes why the Electoral College is an important tool to preserve freedom.
The book also names names, the names of people and organizions who are vote fraud deniers. These groups attack anyone who documents voter fraud (and you will probably see this species show up in the reviews). The authors also descibe how the Eric Holder Justice Department is facilitating the corruption of American elections.
Fund and von Spakovsky have written a highly accessabile book. It isn't something that would appear at a little-read academic publishing house. It is a readable catalog of how the machinery of American elections is dominated by groups adverse to election integrity and bureaucrats who enable them.
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