Garon’s ‘Hypocrisy on the industrial scale’

By From page A5 | December 27, 2013

EDITOR: Can someone answer what El Dorado County did to become infested with this constant irritant, aka Garon? His usual hyperbole in the Dec. 18 Mountain Democrat “Letters to……”
is classic Garon, total b.s. His final paragraph exclaims; “are there any Democratic hypocrites? Sure, here and there. But the GOP manufactures them on an industrial

Well Mr. Garon hypocrite, let’s look at some of your “here and there.”

Have you ever wondered why the Republicans want voter ID? In 59 voting districts in the Philadelphia region, Obama received 100 percent of the votes, with not even a single vote recorded for Romney (a mathematical and statistical impossibility). In 21 districts in Wood County, Ohio, Obama received 100 percent of the votes, where GOP inspectors were illegally removed from their polling locations — and not one single vote was recorded for Romney (another statistical impossibility). In Wood County, Ohio, 106,258 voted in a county with only 98,213 eligible voters.

In St. Lucie County, Fla., there were 175,574 registered voters, but 247,713 votes were cast. The National SEAL Museum, a polling location in St. Lucie County, Fla. had a 158 percent voter turnout. Palm Beach County, Fla., had a 141 percent voter turnout. In one Ohio County, Obama won by 108 percent of the total number of eligible voters.

Note: Obama won in every state that did not require a photo ID to vote and lost in every one that did require said I.

Hey Garon, want to talk about industrial hypocrisy? Why don’t you make all of us hillbillies happy and move back to the Bay Area with the lady that hates wood stoves?


Pollock Pines

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