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Elections have consequences and so does vote -- -- financial consequences which affect the performance -- -- and time economy.
Here's my take on Democrat Al Franken this election.
To the United States senate in 2008.
He won by 312.
Votes it was a very narrow but really crucial victory is the problem.
Convicted felons voted illegally in that election that is three times the margin of Franken victory.
The Pew Center has started illegal voting and finds it skews very heavily to Democrats.
That throws the Minnesota election into doubt vote -- -- it clearly had an impact.
-- is what the consequences come into play.
The Franken victory gave Democrats sixty seats in the senate that is a filibuster proof majority.
And allowed the Obama care legislation to pass.
I'm not saying that 1100.
Felons in Minnesota gave as Obama -- I am saying that voter fraud can tip the balance in key close votes and that that can be.
Very serious consequences.
So why is attorney general Eric Holder doing all he can to kill vote up on a deal all us because -- is skew left.
And the rewards for Democrats are potentially enormous.
That's my take back in a moment.
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