CLASSIC: CNN Reporter Interview Philly Man … “I Voted A Couple of Times”


Well if this CNN interview with a Barack Obama supporter doesn’t pretty much sum it all up as to the coverage by the media and supposed voter fraud.

A Philly man tells a CNN reporter that he voted a couple of times today.
The CNN reporter says, “I think that’s against the law but that’s OK.”

 Hat Tip: Gateway Pundit

Just another average election day in PA:

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  • Comments

    17 Responses to “CLASSIC: CNN Reporter Interview Philly Man … “I Voted A Couple of Times””

    1. Michelle on November 4th, 2008 8:10 pm

      Can someone tell me why nothing is being done about this voter fraud?

      Can he not win unless he cheats?

      Absolutely no character

    2. nurturer on November 4th, 2008 9:36 pm

      It’s OK. If Obama wins, then the weak, the stupid, the lazy and the naive will all wait in vain for their Obama prize to arrive in the mail. And instead of producing, they will wait, and wait and wait, while their country changes into a mediocre welfare state. He’ll have 4 years to ruin what was created, where it will take another 8 years afterwards to get it back to where it was today.

    3. nurturer on November 4th, 2008 9:40 pm

      “It’s against the law, but it’s OK.”

      Sounds alot like what hypocritical Dems have been complaining about a this time.

      But now it’s alright. But again, it’s OK. Because you get the government your deserve.

    4. Michelle on November 4th, 2008 9:51 pm

      I feel sick to my stomach…I’m ashamed of what is happening to this country because of the stupid liberals…..

      Keep waiting on your damn welfare checks….Let’s see how much money you get from a bankrupt country…..way to go dems….

      hope you can sleep tonight

    5. Mr. Bridge to No Where McCain / Palin 08 on November 4th, 2008 10:36 pm

      Bitter people sleep well…as your 401Ks will grow under Obama. And Michelle..if you’re ashamed..I feel sorry for you becuase you still don’t even have the facts right..oh well..your loss. I would sleep fine no matter who won. I’m still prould to be an American.

    6. Rosalee on November 4th, 2008 10:58 pm

      Well it’s 8:47 pm on the west coast, and Obama has already won the Presidency, our votes haven’t even been counted as yet- all thanks to electoral votes. I didn’t vote for Obama- he is not my President.

    7. murph on November 5th, 2008 4:29 am

      The democrats had poll watchers removed in philly so voters such as this fine gentlemen could vote several times. Again, where is Jimmy Carter making sure that the elections were honest and not like some 3rd world country where one party steals the election. Why is the press not all over this? Is out country now to the point of turning there backs on truth! Well change is here and it’s not good!!!!!!!

    8. Lisa on November 5th, 2008 5:40 am

      Now this man is gonna be upset when he finds out that Obama won’t be paying for his gas or rent! LOL!


    9. Michelle on November 5th, 2008 10:17 am

      Mr. Bridge

      I didn’t say I wasn’t proud to be an American. I said I was ashamed at what the liberals are doing to this country. Big difference but of course you read what you wanted to read and not what I wrote.

      I do have the facts thank you.

    10. scott on November 5th, 2008 12:43 pm

      Bridge – you sir are a fool.

      Your 401Ks will not grow under Obama as he will tax your investments (read his entire plans).

      Better than that, there is already talk in Congress for them to do away with 401Ks and instead everybody will have their retirement plans invested in government retirement plans like the Thrift Savings Plan where they can control how much they can tax and how much you can contribute! It’s going to happen.

    11. Miss-Underesmated on November 5th, 2008 1:12 pm

      Lisa, LOL, I guess, if we could have voted for McCain a couple of times. Mac would have won by a landslide. You reap what you sow, now Obama is talking that things may not be as peachy as he promised. No sh*t.

    12. Miss-Underesmated on November 5th, 2008 1:21 pm

      Remember this line, this we must remember as long as Mr.Obama is in office, I will hold him to this.

      “In this country, we rise or fall as one nation, as one people. Let’s resist the temptation to fall back on the same partisanship and pettiness and immaturity that has poisoned our politics for so long.”

      Can we hold Nancy Pelousy to this? Dirty Harry Reed?

    13. SUPER DAVE on November 5th, 2008 3:48 pm

      man, you mean i could vote 10 times if i was black ? damn !!!
      this is your president speaking through one of his followers. admitting to fraud and a criminal activity. you will see much more .

    14. Mr. Bridge To Know Where McCain /Palin 08 on November 5th, 2008 4:05 pm

      Sir Scott,
      You’re going out there a ways…how can he tax a 401K when I’m not going to retire for another 30 someting years? I’m not making 250K a year..nor do I plan to take any $ out. He would tax you on gains if you make of 250K a year…reguardless. I have read his plans…that’s why I voted for him. Call me a fool…we’ll see after 4 years. Till then..shut your trap.

      # 5 Michelle,
      What’s happening to this country isn’t something liberals have done. In all’s everyone..reps and dems. If you want to blame one group only..that’s your thing. One other thing..this country is broke because the current president decided we needed to go to war..and waste billions for NOTHING…except oil.

    15. michelle on November 5th, 2008 7:31 pm

      #14 Okay, I will agree with you that both parties have to share the blame for the state our economy is in. I also, do not agree with war, don’t like it never have BUT remember the dems & the repubs both agreed that Suddam Hussein needed to be stopped and we were under the impression that he had weapons of mass destruction as Colin Powell himself testified to. They were wrong but now we are there and making progress so why would you cut & run before the Iraqi people have complete control of their country.

      Where is all this oil that we are getting from this war. If this war is about oil then you would think that we wouldn’t be having high gas prices.. I know at the moment gas prices have gone down but what about just a month or so ago?

      I personally and I believe other republicans as well as democrats don’t like war. I don’t know why so many assume that is what the repubs are all about.

      I didn’t vote for Barack Obama but it had nothing to do with skin color it has to do with party choice. I don’t hate Obama but did not and do not think he is the correct man for the job but since the people have spoken I will have to accept that and hope that he delivers as he promised. We shall see

      Have a nice evening

    16. on November 6th, 2008 9:00 am

      Bridges: Before you start counting on your “windfall”, know this: OBAMA WON’T GET HIS GREEDY LITTLE HANDS ON MY 401K – NOR WILL YOU.

    17. Mr. Bridge To Know Where McCain /Palin 08 on November 6th, 2008 3:21 pm

      I’m do not plan on counting any “windfall”…I’m just hoping to get back what I lost. I don’t want nor need your money either. There are others on this site that might though! ha ha…

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