The Threat of Non-Citizen Voting


That’s doubtful when you consider that the DOJ is fighting against Florida’s purge of non-citizens and others who are not eligible from their voter rolls.  See Scott Administration Refuses to halt voter "purge."   

This same DOJ has also recently meddled into Ohio’s early voting laws, when they decided to allow military personnel a few extra days to get their ballots turned in.  Our own United States of America Department of Justice calls Ohio’s action "unconstitutional."  

Mitt Romney stated:

“President Obama’s lawsuit claiming it is unconstitutional for Ohio to allow servicemen and women extended early voting privileges during the state’s early voting period is an outrage. The brave men and women of our military make tremendous sacrifices to protect and defend our freedoms, and we should do everything we can to protect their fundamental right to vote. I stand with the fifteen military groups that are defending the rights of military voters, and if I’m entrusted to be the commander-in-chief, I’ll work to protect the voting rights of our military, not undermine them.”

A few excerpts from The Threat of Non-Citizen Voting:

"Yet there is no reliable method to determine the number of non-citizens registered or actually voting because most laws to ensure that only citizens vote are ignored, are inadequate, or are systematically undermined by government officials. Those who ignore the implications of non-citizen registration and voting either are willfully blind to the problem or may actually favor this form of illegal voting.

"Some Americans argue that alien voting is a nonexistent problem or dismiss reported cases of non-citizen voting as unimportant because, they claim, there are no cases in which non-citizens "intentionally" registered to vote or voted "while knowing that they were ineligible." Even if this latter claim were true-which it is not-every vote cast by a non-citizen, whether an illegal alien or a resident alien legally in the country, dilutes or cancels the vote of a citizen and thus disenfranchises him or her. To dismiss such stolen votes because the non-citizens supposedly did not know they were acting illegally when they cast a vote debases one of the most important Rights of citizens."

What kind of a government is this? Does this sound like America?  Or does it sound more like tyranny.