"This is a sad state of affairs"
It bothered me when Bush stole the elections in questionable measure, now I see it happening with the coupe that took over the Democratic Party, lead by Pelosi, Dean, Reid and the ever corrupted side stepping Obama. I have been talking about the fraud in Ohio, what going to happen in the past week. it is nice to see the blogs putting it out there. I cannot say enough nice things about "Free Us Now Mavericks & Texas Hill Country"...
Oh Boy… Supreme Court Says Ohio Ghost Army of 200,000 Can March On…
October 17, 2008 by PUMA Pundit
As you may remember, out of 660,000 newly registered voters in Ohio, it was discovered that 200,000 had Social Security or driver’s license numbers that did NOT exactly match those found on databases maintained by the Ohio Bureau of Motor Vehicles or Social Security Administration.
Consequently, the U.S. 6th Circuit Court of Appeals issued a ruling late Tuesday requiring the state to set up a new registration verification system by Friday. On behalf of the Ohio Secretary of State, Jennifer Brunner, Ohio’s Attorney General filed an emergency appeal to the US Supreme Court , late Wednesday night seeking to block the lower court decision. Today the Supreme Court granted the appeal.
In a brief unsigned opinion:
the justices said they were not commenting on whether Ohio is complying with a provision of the Help America Vote Act of 2002 that lays out requirements for verifying voter eligibility.
Instead, they said they were granting Brunner’s request because it appears that the law does not allow private entities, like the Ohio GOP, to file suit to enforce the provision of the law at issue.
So again, for clarification, the Supreme Court did not rule on the legal status of the Ghost Army, merely that the lawsuit which was used to compel Jeniffer Brunner to validate the identity of the troops was filed by a party that did not have legal standing to file such a lawsuit.
Either way, Rick Hasen at Election Law Blog says it’s only the DOJ which can bring about such a lawsuit, so over to them…