It doesn’t take a rocket scientist to calculate the odds of ineligible votes determining who the next U.S. president is. After all, we have roughly 11 million foreign nationals in our country at present and President Barack Obama ignored current federal laws and Congress to offer them what amounts to amnesty.
It’s also generally known that identity documents are easy to come by.
Now Florida's ex-governor Charlie Crist has jumped into the debate.
The former Republican who was walloped by Sen. Marco Rubio in the GOP primary battle to determine the Senate candidate in 2010 has changed his tune on the issue of voter legitimacy. That’s not really surprising because Crist declared himself an unaffiliated candidate once it became evident Rubio would win.
One of the first groups Crist turned to for comfort was a labor organization aligned with Democrats.
The Republican party of Florida came up with a graphic that shows exactly how much Crist changed his positions. Lenny Curry, Republican Party of Florida chair said of Crist:
As usual, his voice was used to keep himself in the limelight and to reflect the latest evolution of a politician who stands for nothing...On this issue, and many more, Charlie Crist demonstrates he has two faces. One is the face of what he says and the other is the face of his record."
(Filed by Kay B. Day/July 25, 2012)
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(Graphic: Republican Party of Florida)