A Vote for Every Murderer and a Ballot for Every Rapist

It’s no secret that civil rights groups are running short of civil rights issues. The NAACP is outdated as its name and there’s only so much time that it can spend fundraising off its ancient history. The NAACP has drifted so far off its mission that its advocacy programs include promoting gay marriage, fighting obesity and pushing global warming. In ten years the NAACP will be indistinguishable from every other liberal group pushing the same exact causes with the same exact talking points.

The NAACP is so terminally unhip that Obama skipped it this election cycle, passing it up for the Urban League, while sending noted civil rights hero, Joe Biden in his place. The average age of an NAACP member is 58. The average age of an AARP member is 64 making it only slightly older than the NAACP.

The NAACP runs constant deficits and has been shutting down branches. Its membership numbers were a closely guarded secret for a long time. Confidential documents estimated that the group was down to 178,000 in the 1980s. Despite claims otherwise, it’s probably even lower now. With numbers like that the NAACP will stop existing in twenty years and everyone, including its leaders and its allies, know that it’s only a matter of time before its national headquarters at Mt. Hope Drive gives up hope and shuts its doors.

The only reason that anyone in the Democratic Party still pays attention to the NAACP is voter turnout. In the last few years, the NAACP has shamelessly mortgaged its history to vocally defend voter fraud and attack any voter ID measure as the return of the firehoses and colored water fountains. While the NAACP required a photo ID to access its convention, asking as much of the voter was held to be just as bad as segregation, slavery and Spike Lee movies.

The Voter ID argument has cemented the NAACP’s status as a dusty trophy on the back shelf of liberalism. The Urban League is better for fundraising and Sharpton’s National Action Network has the better organization. All that the NAACP is good for is being taken out once a year to denounce any attempt at preventing the “Vote Early, Vote Often” election strategy of Chicago politics.

The NAACP’s most successful president, Walter Francis White, had blue eyes and blond hair. That gave him something in common with the NAACP which exists only because white people recognize the brand and accept its moral authority on completely absurd issues.  And so unsatisfied with just getting the dead to vote, the most recognized and most irrelevant civil rights organization in America turned its attention to helping their murderers vote too.

Taking their case to the United Nations, the NAACP protested that disenfranchising 2 million African-Americans out of 5.3 million felons constituted a crime against humanity. NAACP Senior Vice President for Advocacy Hilary Shelton insisted that disenfranchising felons “prevent those most in need of an advocate from the ability to elect someone who will represent their concerns.” And without the franchise, how will felons register their concerns about the dangers of gun ownership and their noise complaints about excessively loud burglar alarms?

NAACP President Ben Jealous, a man who never misses an opportunity to say something completely incomprehensible in public, kicked off the campaign by proclaiming, “It’s easy to do dirt in the dark.  It’s harder to do dirt in the light.” By that Jealous probably wasn’t referring to the dirt that the murderers, rapists and muggers he’s fighting for did. He meant the dirty deed of taking away their right to vote for Congressmen who would deprive their potential victims of their right to bear arms.

But is any politician out there really as low and dirty as to get down in the mud and compete for the serial rapist vote? There’s no competition because one candidate already has the robber, rapist and mugger vote all wrapped up.

After Governor Charlie Crist enabled felon voting in Florida, Obama ran a “You Can Vote Too” registration drive for the child molester who still hadn’t been told that he could cast his ballot for Hope and Change. With between 250,000 and 500,000 new murderer, robber and rapist votes in play, the bludgeoner ballots probably accounted for Obama’s 200,000 vote win in Florida.

The NAACP has targeted Florida governor Rick Scott for reversing Crist’s Votes-for-Arsonists, and their felon voting campaign is backed by the usual ideal public faces of felons who are now wonderful people and have singlehandedly made the world a better place. Or at least that’s what their bios claim. But felon voting isn’t about letting ideally rehabilitated criminals vote. It’s about letting all criminals vote.

In Ohio, Eletrice Harris, an Obama staff member reminds volunteers to target the criminal vote. “We want to remind you that felons can vote – past felons, current, waiting-to-be-sentenced. We need to get them registered because if they are not incarcerated on November the 6th, they can vote.” It doesn’t matter if they killed in the past, if they’re waiting around to be convicted of a murder of if they’re killing with one hand while voting with the other—Obama wants their votes.

The NAACP is just the front for a voter recruitment drive among the dregs of society, and for once we aren’t talking about lawyers. In Virginia, the Advancement Project is trying to put as many crooks and criminals back in good graces with the voting booth as possible. Like all good things in life, the Advancement Project is backed by George Soros. While professional groups like the Advancement Project do the heavy lifting, the NAACP lends its name to yet another corrupt perversion of its history.

The states that the NAACP is focusing its Get-Out-the-Murderer Vote campaign on just happen to be swing states. There’s Iowa, Florida, Virginia and North Carolina; swing states whose felon voting rights the NAACP happened to take an interest in before the election. This isn’t about voting rights, it’s about voting results. And signing up murderers is the NAACP’s last resort after exhausting the population of local cemeteries where their buried murder victims always vote Democrat.

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  • fido

    When murderers and rapists can negate my vote I know we've lost this country! It is increasingly obvious that the democratic party has superseded al qaeda and Iran as enemy #1 of the America I believe in. There is no length this party will not go to in its headlong rush to decimate American ideals!

  • harrylies

    Canada, South Africa, and Israel allow people in prison to vote. Two of them have elected conservative governments. People should fear a government that can deny people the right to vote. Look at Charles Colson as an example of a conservative criminal.

    • jose

      Voting should be an earned part of this democracy.

    • intrcptr2

      No, look at Chuck as a criminal who rehabilitated himself in prison. By the by, did he vote when he got out?

    • George_Babbitt

      Many people on this site should be jumping up and down to let felons vote if Israel lets felons vote…

  • pierce

    In the above scenarios, may be we should allow felons not only to vote, but let them run for public office. They could certainly do no worse than we will say Alan Grayson, or some of the other disgraceful Demonocrats in Congress.

  • DogWithoutSlippers

    I will not stand shoulder to shoulder with murderers, pedophiles, and rapists – this is NOT the Democratic Party of The Greatest Generation! Felons must not be allowed the vote – PERIOD! We need an American On Horseback to stop all of this bullsh_t! I am voting American – Romney/Ryan.

    • George_Babbitt

      2 Cor 10:12 "For we dare not make ourselves of the number, or compare ourselves with some that commend themselves: but they measuring themselves by themselves, and comparing themselves among themselves, are not wise."

      Proverbs 27:2 "Let another praise you, and not your own mouth; someone else, and not your own lips."

      2 Corinthians 10:18 "For it is not the one who commends himself who is approved, but the one whom the Lord commends."

      • DogWithoutSlippers

        Hey, George. Relax! Many of those people would chew you up – you'd be on your own. Are you saying that the Democrats are God? I can't imagine God forgiving child molesters – that's what Hell is for – Devil has his own you know.

        • George_Babbitt

          I am NEVER on my own.

          Psalm 20:7 "Some trust in chariots and some in horses, but we trust in the name of the LORD our God."

          Psalm 18:2 "The LORD is my rock, my fortress and my deliverer; my God is my rock, in whom I take refuge. He is my shield and the horn of my salvation, my stronghold."

          You take a ridiculously false leap in your mention of Democrats being God.
          I have already asked Ghostwriter this, and he has yet to answer, perhaps he is reflecting on the truth I don't know, but what is the ONLY unforgivable sin according to the words of Jesus Christ?
          What you THINK about who shall not be forgiven is irrelevant to what the Word of God tells is the truth of the matter….Matthew 12:31 "And so I tell you, every sin and blasphemy will be forgiven men, but the blasphemy against the Spirit will not be forgiven."

          You want to feel superior to somebody else and as Paul tells us in Galatians 5:4 "You who are trying to be justified by law have been alienated from Christ; you have fallen away from grace."

          I do not condemn thee, nor do I judge thee, I just share the truth that was made true by The Most High and let your conscience decide what you will do with the reality you face.

  • amused

    Hey Greenfield 2 States allow felons to vote via absentee ballot from their jail cells -Maine and Virginia .

    !2 states Restrict voting depending on the type of crime .

    4 States allow felons to vote after incarceration and probation

    13 States allow felons to vote after incarceration , probation , and time since incarceration.

    So now instead of whining about voter ID cards , [just before an election in some states -others already had such requirements ] in which states Republicans tried to foist on the electorate just months before a Federal election , were struck down by the courts and rightly so , now comes the whining and half-truth about felons voting rights . There are States rights however ,and rightly so regarding their own elections.Those laws are legislated by their electorates . So instead of all the handwringing and false accusations ,the morons we elected in Washington should be bi-partisan long enough to establish uniform requirements , restrictions and methods .Until then suck it up .

    • southwood

      Do you reckon that a prisoner who is incarcerated for voter fraud should be allowed to vote ? Surely not. What about those prisoners in Gitmo whose avowed aim is the destruction of America as well as democracy ? Prisoners are deprived of the right to be part of normal society. There are a great number of choices they are not allowed to make. Why should such a consequential matter as voting be allowed to them ? If they are not fit to be part of society then they obviously should have no say is how that society is governed.

      • amused

        First off the prisoners inGitmo are not US citizens {where'd you get that dumb idea ? ] Second , go and ask the 32 States in the US that DO ALLOW incarcerated persons to vote .

        I " reckon " you either dont know how to read , or you just dont know what you're talking about.

        • southwood

          Mr.amused, I know very well both how to read and what I am talking about but I doubt if you really know the implications of what you seem to be defending. Address my points and then get back to me with your considered response.

  • amused

    That is for Fedeal Elections , and the machines should be uniform , rather than companies given sweetheart contracts , one of which in Ohio is owned by a Romney Family subsidiary , and I'm sure that goes on in other States , especially in Florida where not only were the " Chads " a ridiculous boondoggle , but the ballot itself was confusingly designed . If it means stuffing ballots in a wooden box with locks , then so be it .Accusations will fly no doubt in this election just like the past two . Just like articles like yours will be written ….oh well .

  • riverboatbill

    In a criminal regeim ,criminals are it's core voters. voters

  • http://weroinnm.wordpress.com/ weroinnm

    Massive Voter Fraud-Again!
    “Food For Thought”

    Semper Fi!


  • Rob K.

    As a felon, I can safely say, Very few Inmates are as corrupt as the guards and fewer are as corrupt and vile as the typical Dem senator or congressman. When Justice is done Equitably across the board regardless of resources or station in life then you can bitch about returning citizens rights to someone who has already paid for their crime. Until then, I can guarantee everyone on this board and across the nation breaks several dozen federal felony laws everyday. The liberals attach the felony label to lesser crimes everyday to strip greater numbers of their gun rights. Republican idiots swallow the tough on crime aspect counter the the standard belief that everyone is capable of change. I do however agree, as long as your in the system your rights to gun ownership and voting should be lifted. fortunately here in Indiana I regain both.

    • George_Babbitt

      Well said, and rightly so.

  • jose

    I wonder if they are registered demacrats.

  • Long Ben

    Just what America needs , the bonified lawless having say as to who will write the Law .

    • George_Babbitt

      Galatians 5:4 "You who are trying to be justified by law have been alienated from Christ; you have fallen away from grace."

  • Ghostwriter

    To the person who said that felons should have the right to vote,I have to ask which felons do you want? Kidnappers,murderers,rapists? Unfortunately,they gave up a lot of things when they chose to commit a crime. The right to vote is among them. If,after some time,the felon has committed no other crimes than his voting rights should be restored. But if he continues to commit crime than he's virtually waived his right to ANY right to vote in any election.

    • George_Babbitt

      Did Christ achieve no redemption for man at all???

      He said 'if you do not forgive men their sins, your Father will not forgive your sins' Matt 6:15 for 'He causes his sun to rise on the evil and the good, and sends rain on the righteous and the unrighteous Matt 5:45'

      If a person has paid their debt, are they not without debt. All the more so for someone who has acknowledged that their debt has been paid by the Most High.

      • Ghostwriter

        It all depends,Mr. Babbitt. If the person is TRULY remorseful and commits no other crimes,then I say,yes his voting rights should be restored. But,if the person continues to commit crimes or does something really bad like murder someone or molests a child,then I can't see how that person deserves his voting rights. If the person is also unrepentant and continues to commit crimes,then that person should also have his voting rights taken away. People like that shouldn't be voting in the first place.

        • George_Babbitt

          Please name for me the ONLY unforgivable sin in the words of Jesus Christ?

          Also, tell me why if there is only one and you are commanded by Christ to forgive as your Father in Heaven forgives, lest you not be forgiven yourself, that you can hold back on anything other than that ONE unforgivable sin?

          Also, 1 Cor 2:11 "For who among men knows the thoughts of a man except the man's spirit within him?"

  • Tanner

    NAACP and groups like them needs to be exposed on a national level. This is ridiculous that they are going against the safety of the American people. It's time for NAACP to be abolished as a criminal entity in a court of law, or something like that.

  • curmudgeon

    felons voting would not be a problem if we did not have a criminal party. we do, and naturally, the criminal party is in the forefront of the effort to secure voting rights for their kind of people–felons. yes, there are felons who vote against the party of crime, but i assure you that the party of crime is not stupid. evil, yes, but not stupid, and if the criminal party is promoting felon voting, you can bet that the majority of those votes will be cast in favor of crime.

  • Malcolm

    Can someone tell me what the electorate is for the long-term convict? Is it his last address before incerceration, or is it the prison itself? I once visited a town which has two big employers: the mine and the prison. Obviously, there are a lot of convicts there. Are they going to be the decisive voting bloc in that particular electorate?

  • Cerise Rowan

    I think liberals are missing an entire voting population is not allowing dead people to vote. I'm sure they could appoint an appropriate proxy for them, maybe a liberal medium…. although "liberal" and "medium" sound like a misnomer… I mean, just because someone is dead, does not mean they are not entitled to an opinion and have a right to vote….

  • R.C.

    This is more Marxist democrat evil and corruption–they know a large percentage of convicted criminals would vote for Marxist democrats!

    • George_Babbitt

      Why, the Marxist would rather the person who turned out to be a criminal have simply been aborted, therefore that person wouldn't even be here to commit the crimes in the first place.

  • George_Babbitt

    Where does it say in the Constitution that criminals give up their rights or their citizenship?

  • George_Babbitt

    "With between 250,000 and 500,000 new murderer, robber and rapist votes in play, the bludgeoner ballots probably accounted for Obama’s 200,000 vote win in Florida."

    There are ???250,000-500,000??? murderers,robbers, and rapists in the State of Florida??? So much for the Sunshine State being a vacation choice for me LOL

  • amused

    Oh what hypocrites ! Do any of you sanctimonious genius' know what the largest crime demographic in the country is ? Hahahaha the highest amount of lawbreakersand criminals in a demographic group , is that of the 545 or so elected officials in the House , Senate and Congress .

  • amused

    BTW the 32 States that do allow incarcerated or released criminals to vote , do have varying restrictions , some according to the nture of the crime , finishing probation , or amount of time since release from incarceration .

    BTW GEORGE_BABBITT , you speak out of both sides of your mouth . Or hadn't you noticed ?

  • Markg55

    Oh great I can see the Democrats buying the votes in prisons with cartons of cigs. Voter intimidation would be off the charts in the slammer. Sorry you broke the law you have no say.

  • Someone Nobodyelse

    Not every felon is a murderer or rapist. My son was convicted of third degree burglary which means he walked in to a wide open garage and took some "trash", and was convicted of a felony because the owner, who didn't bother to close the door, called the police and complained. He is also a Republican and would love to vote for Romney!!