Campaign for Healthy Families busted on tape for voter fraud


The bad guys are trying to get votes the old fashioned Chicago Way in SD’s abortion ban referendum. But they lack the gravitas of the Windy City’s vote fraud gangstas: They were caught on tape.
Reported the Argus Leader, October 27…

VoteYesForLife.com said it has asked Atty. Gen. Larry Long to investigate possible voter registration fraud in the Healthy Families campaign.
VYFL said it has “become aware of out-of-state people coming into SD and registering to vote in our election with no intention of remaining a resident of SD.”
One of the requirements of becoming a registered voter in the state, the group said in a prepared statement, is that the person live in the state and have no intention of leaving.
There was no immediate word from Long’s office whether it received the complaint or what action it might consider.
The Campaign for Healthy Families issued a statement saying it has “a zero-tolerance policy for illegal activity and has followed the letter of South Dakota law” in every instance.

Oh, really?
CFHF tried to deflect with an inane charge that VYFL had taken $11,500 in anonymous donations – which CFHF only knew because VYFL reported the donations to the state while trying to locate the donors. But note the prominence and word count the Argus Leader gave the CFHF accusation vs. the VYFL proven charge that could actually illegally upset the election. According to AL:

This year’s initiated abortion ban has SD evenly divided, a recent poll showed. The poll showed a 44-44 division on the issue with 12% of those surveyed saying they hadn’t decided.

16 thoughts on “Campaign for Healthy Families busted on tape for voter fraud”

  1. People who make their money by killing babies can’t be expected to follow the law or moral generally. Liars cheat, what should be expected of contract killers.
    Democrats embrace the lowest in human nature once again. They digust me.

  2. Thanks for posting this Jill! The entire audio is 17 minutes and its clear as can be.
    We have out of state docs coming into do abortions. We have 95% of the two million raised for PP’s campaign so far coming in from out of state. And now we have out of state votes.

  3. And if Democrats can justify killing unborn babies, they can justify ANYTHING.
    They cannot be trusted with the defense of this country.
    They cannot be trusted with the economy.
    The cannot be trusted with anything we hold dear and sacred.

  4. Anybody watch Barry’s 30 minute infomercial? Turns out that he’s for hope and change. I did not know that! I guess that’s why Hal likes him so much. I mean, how could you not like someone who is for hope and change?
    Ha, ha, ha. Worst infomercial ever. Doesn’t Barry know that you need to throw in a curvaceous woman in a bikini and a shirtless man with 40 lbs worth of abs for it be a REAL infomercial? C’mon. This is basic stuff.
    Hopefully Barry ticked off more people than he amused with his 30 minute ad. He does think he’s more important than the final innings of the final game of the World Series, after all. This was not the baseball game I knew!

  5. Thanks for posting this Jill! The entire audio is 17 minutes and its clear as can be.
    We have out of state docs coming into do abortions. We have 95% of the two million raised for PP’s campaign so far coming in from out of state. And now we have out of state votes.
    Posted by: Steve Hickey at October 29, 2008 6:16 PM
    So much for giving the people of SD a choice. :-(

  6. you need to throw in a curvaceous woman in a bikini and a shirtless man with 40 lbs worth of abs for it be a REAL infomercial? C’mon. This is basic stuff.
    :: laughing ::
    You may have a point, there, John.
    I bought some knives off an infomercial, one time. I shudder to think of that, usually, but those are some dang sharp knives….

  7. Can’t say that vote really makes sense, Doug. If not for Palin, McCain wouldn’t even be close.
    Say McCain picked a pro-abortion Republican. The conservative Christians would have abandoned him in droves. What if he picked Mitt Romney? The media would have spent the last two months shamelessly bashing Mormons just as they’ve shamelessly bashed Sarah Palin. How about Fred Thompson? It would have been endless old jokes from the media, telling us that McCain and Thompson are out of touch and demented.
    Oh wait, that’s an AOL internet poll. That makes it even more worthless than the “scientific” polls. I would venture to guess that most of the people who really like Sarah Palin aren’t people who spend a lot of time on the internet.

  8. Oh, by the way, a majority of Alaskans in the AOL poll say that Palin hurt McCain? That’s the ultimate proof that it’s completely bonkers. Palin is the most popular governor in the entire country, with an 80% approval rating in Alaska.

  9. Not anymore John. She’s popular, but not number one now.
    And with oil prices falling and thus restricting her ability to redistribute the oil companies’ wealth, I think it will drop some more.
    I’m not sure Palin hurt McCain, but I’m pretty sure this nomination hurt Palin.
    I agree, by the way, that internet polls are worse than useless. Have you seen the ones at WND? Hardly a cross section of America. Here’s the Christian Science Monitor story:
    The troopergate episode has contributed to some erosion in Palin’s once-stratospheric popularity in Alaska, according to local pollsters. Her in-state approval rating has dropped from a high of about 85 percent to 65 percent, says Anchorage pollster and political consultant Ivan Moore. “I can anticipate that her rating will drop off into the 50s, maybe even the low 50s,” Mr. Moore says. Still, Palin’s approval ratings remain high overall, and she has a stong base of backers – currently at 45 percent – who give her very high marks, he says.

  10. John L: If not for Palin, McCain wouldn’t even be close.
    That’s speculation – we can’t be sure of that. It would depend on who McCain would have picked, otherwise, for one thing. The objections that many Republicans (not to mention Democrats and Independents) have to Palin would not be all the same with somebody else.

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