'Diehard' Democrat wrong choice for panel

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  1. TxEMTP69

    TxEMTP69 TGT Addict TGT Supporter

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    http://www.msnbc.msn.com/id/33310078/ns/us_news-weird_news/

    MOBILE, Ala. - Reynolds Smith Jr. was a stalwart Democratic voter. But the Alabama Democratic Party overlooked another fact when it appointed Smith to an interim party panel: He died in November at age 83.
    Party executive director Jim Spearman told the Press-Register on Tuesday that the mistake was caused by outdated records.
    He said the party received Smith's name from a 2006 list of candidates for the Mobile County committee and then used a voter list to verify him as an active voter.


    The panel was charged with replacing the local party's executive committee[​IMG].
     


  2. Deuce Coupe

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    Gee, just like Chicago, the dead can vote in Alabama
     
  3. MadMo44Mag

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    If your dead and a dem you can vote in any state!!!
     
  4. TxEMTP69

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    This isn't dead people voting, this is dead person appointed to a position, and he was still listed as a voter lol
     
  5. MadMo44Mag

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    Yes I understand and the operative work is Democrat - ROFLMAO!!!!
     
  6. TxEMTP69

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    this is very true
     
  7. SiscoKid

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    In Minn, it's reported that ACORN registered over 40,000 "new" voters.

    Where oh where did they find them?
     
  8. blacksheep

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    In the obituaries, least thats how they do it in Chicago.:2cents:
     

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