Tuesday, January 19, 2010

Repeal 'Motor Voter' Act

The 'Motor Voter' act was sold to America as a way to make it easier for American ‘citizens’ to register to vote. President George Herbert Walker Bush vetoed the legislation in 1992 and the veto was upheld when the Senate failed to override.

However, after the election of William Jefferson Blythe Clinton the bill was passed by the Democrat Congress and signed into law on May 20, 1993 to take effect in 1995.

With the passage of this law the United States opened the floodgates to election fraud on a grand scale. Also this law once again trampled on the Constitution of the United States concerning states’ rights.

The laws and rules for elections are to be adopted by each individual state government. Each state has a Secretary of State that is in charge of the election laws in that state. How is it that a federal law was allowed to usurp the authority of each state to mandate a nationwide voter registration method? Why did the States agree to such a measure? Why haven’t they nullified this unconstitutional law?

One fascinating piece of information I found about this bill today was the fact that, extremists Richard Cloward and Frances Piven spearheaded this grand idea. Why isn’t anyone talking about that? Is there any question this law should be repealed? Perhaps, our Congressmen and Senators need to be reminded of that little fact and encouraged to take another look at this federal law. It’s time for the individual fifty states to take back their Constitutional rights in all areas of government.


Cato Institute: The Motor Voter Act and Voter Fraud

"This voter registration movement was spear headed by Frances Piven and Richard Cloward in the early 1980s in response to the Reagan administration." - Wikipedia
Wikipedia: National Voter Registration Act of 1993

To read about the 'Cloward-Piven' strategy to destroy America click here.

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