Friday, July 19, 2013

I Guess It Was a Big Deal After All

She boasted that she voted twice in last November's presidential election. She was charged with repeatedly voting illegally over three elections using the names of others, including her sister who has been in a coma for a decade.

Now 58-year-old Melowese Richardson, a veteran Cincinnati poll worker, will be spending the next five years in prison for voter fraud.

"You were the lifeguard, to make sure the system was conducted fairly, the greatest system on earth, the free election system," declared Court of Common Pleas Judge Robert P. Ruehlman, who sentenced Richardson to the five-year term... "Your job was to make sure it was conducted fairly, but what did you do? You used this position of lifeguard, this position of trust to vote illegally."

Richardson's sister has been in a coma since 2003, and authorities said that the votes Richardson cast using her name counted in both the 2008 and 2012 presidential elections. She was also accused of illegally voting in November's election in the names of other people, including her granddaughter India Richardson, who told Fox News that "it wasn't a big deal."
Nope, we don't need no stinkin' voter ID laws...
"I'll fight it for Mr. Obama and for Mr. Obama's right to sit as president of the United States."

"I really believe, President Obama, if he was asked about this today, he would be appalled. He would not want anybody to cheat to get him elected," said Ruehlman.

He has more trust than I have.

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