Wednesday, October 8, 2008

More People Register to Vote in Indianapolis Then Legally Allowed

Voter fraud strikes against the fundamental principle of democracy. Each person of legal age gets one vote; majority rules. Voter fraud allows a person to vote more than once, to have more of a voice in who runs the government meaning that everyone following the law is injured. Unfortunately, voter fraud is often hard to find. That is most of the time at least. Sometimes, it is just patently obvious. Take Indianapolis. Currently, 105% of the legal population is registered to vote. Translation; at least five percent of the registered "voters" are fraudulent. That is assuming that all 100% of the people that could register did so, an assumption that is likely false. One more translation; more than five percent of the registered "voters" are fraudulent. What percentage? Hard to say for sure, but potentially enough to sway the election.

There may be some reasons for a small discrepancy, but this seems to much to be accidental. Something needs to be done to ensure that voter fraud does not tip the scales of this election against the will of the people.

"According to STATSIndiana, In 2007, Indianapolis/Marion County had an estimated population of 876,804. Of that number 232,607 were below 18 years of age, for a total of 644,197 people in Marion County/Indianapolis 18 or over and thus eligible to vote. (Indiana allows felons to vote as long as they are not incarcerated).

So we have 644,197 people eligible to be registered in Marion County/Indianapolis, and 677,401 people registered. Congratulations go to Indianapolis for having 105% of its residents registered!

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