The following is a KSCO commentary. Here is Kay Zwerling:
While most of us are eagerly waiting for election time so we can express our concerns over the direction our government has taken in the past two years – we can wonder what always concerns me the most – and that is voter fraud.
Voter fraud is a big issue – no doubt both political parties participate one way or another. Have the voting machines been tampered with – we wonder?
Two years ago I became aware of the organization called ACORN originating in Chicago, and it had enough clout to be able to open different voting places a couple months before the elections. This contributed to voter fraud, street people were urged to vote many times and were paid each time. All this was mentioned in various newspapers. Also, did you know that Obama was ACORN’s legal representative in Chicago many years ago?
Now, we continue to encourage early voting – and I believe it is wrong, because the only safe way to vote with proper inspection is for the entire Country to vote one day, the same day, the first Tuesday in November.
Also, there is absentee voting, which I have used for many years, and always thought that way is very safe.
Now we learn there are a lot of shenanigans that way also, because the one person who opens the absentee ballot can arbitrarily change it.
Clearly, there are no easy answers, so please vote no matter what, and let’s hope honesty will mostly prevail.
This election undoubtedly is the most important one we Americans have ever had to face.
It will decide whether we will remain a free Country, or become socialistic. We must totally eliminate Obamacare, which eventually will have the power to decide how long each one of us will be allowed to live. And SAM, that would be far more toxic than anything I could ever say.
For KSCO, this is Kay Zwerling.
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