One of my dad’s favorite sayings was, “Live fast, die young, and leave a good looking corpse.”
How about a corpse that can vote?
An outfit called Project Veritas – run by James O’Keefe, who made the videos that brought down ACORN – ran a little experiment in New Hampshire Tuesday and found that without voter ID requirements, dead people were offered a rare opportunity to participate in the political process.
Because you see, Mssrs. Obama and Holder, states want voter ID laws not to prevent minorities from voting, but to PREVENT THE DECEASED FROM VOTING.
Attorney General Eric Holder has been waging an increasingly aggressive campaign of late against state mandatory voter ID laws.
Because he’s concerned about discrimination. Against zombies.
Dead people have long been a major Democratic constituency, given that Democrats mostly control the big cities where such voter fraud – and other types – tends to occur.
Now, if Republicans could somehow swing some of the dead people vote their way, everything might equal out in the end. But it’s just statistically inescapable that since the population tends to be more concentrated in Democratic urban strongholds, the cemeteries have a greater population of fresh corpses as well.
Check out this revealing video:
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