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10-27-2012, 08:31 PM
A response to what Chief Libtard and his UNdians have planned for Texas on election day.

Obama is such an idiot.


Dear Mr. Attorney General,

Our organization has been following the recent bluster from the OSCE and the Office of the Secretary of State of the United States regarding the possible interference in Texas elections by international election observers.

Be assured that the Texas Nationalist Movement shares your concerns and, in the strongest sense, condemns the outright contempt of the sovereignty of Texas by the Obama regime, its partisan support groups and international NGOs. This is nothing more than an attack on Article 1 Section 1 of the Texas Constitution which is very explicit in articulating the actions that Texas must take when the "right of local self government" is impaired.

These three have conspired to attack the foundation of our republican form of government which is rightly guaranteed to Texans in the Texas Constitution under Article 1 Section 2.

It is evident from the posturing and rhetoric that there is a concerted effort to not only violate our sovereignty but also to breach the peace and good order guaranteed as a right to every Texan at the ballot box. Your office has given them explicit warning that they are not to trespass at Texas voting locations and they seem intent on ignoring that warning.

The Texas Nationalist Movement has already placed volunteers at election sites throughout Texas, observing all Texas election laws, to watch for and to report any observable violations of election law. It appears, though, that the OSCE, aided by Washington bureaucrats has no intention of following our example.

This letter is to inform your office that we have instructed our volunteers on Article 14.01 of the Texas Code of Criminal Procedure which states:

"A peace officer or any other person, may, without a warrant, arrest an offender when the offense is committed in his presence or within his view, if the offense is one classed as a felony or as an offense against the public peace."

While we are aware that these "observers" are unlikely to commit any felonies and that the Texas Election Code cites very few offenses which rise to the level of felonies, we are also aware that they are likely to commit a breach of the peace.

If the Federal Government and the OSCE wish to pursue this delusion that they somehow can encroach upon the sovereignty of Texas at will and in flagrant disregard of the proper notice that they have been given by your office, then the Texas Nationalist Movement will and is prepared to stand up for this issue in a court of law and the court of public opinion.

For Texas,

Daniel Miller
Texas Nationalist Movement

Solomon Grundy
10-27-2012, 11:48 PM
What none of the right wing fear mongers mention is that this is hardly an unprecedented event nor is it particularly worrisome. The OSCE has had monitors present to observe every national U.S. election for the past decade. Reports have been issued by monitors for the midterm elections in 2002, 2006, and 2010, as well as the Presidential elections of 2004 and 2008. In none of those instances did the presence of monitors affect the outcome or votes cast. Given those facts, why are you conservative peeing your diapers and acting like a bunch of nervous wuzzies?

The Organization for Security and Cooperation (OSCE) is a group of over fifty countries in North America, Europe, and Central Asia committed to security and strengthening democracy. And regardless of what the right wing lunatic fringe states to the contrary the OSCE is not a part of the United Nations, but instead is loosely affiliated with the global organization.

The US is a signatory party to the 1990 Copenhagen Document, all member states of the OSCE are required to accept monitors to observe their elections when asked to do so. The US is a founding member, and has participated in dozens of observer missions over the years. By allowing observers into our country, the US prevents other, less democratic nations from setting a precedent to ban these monitors.

Also, counter to wing-nut paranoid fantasies, the monitors are not here to interfere in the elections. In a press release, the OSCE explained what the mission of the observers actually is:

Observers from 30 countries have been monitoring campaign finance activity and legal changes related to early voting and whether voters must present identification at polling stations. Observers will receive a full set of political and election-related briefings in Washington prior to fanning out across several states to observe election day activity.

What really irks the semi-literate right wing base is that the observers are will be here by invitation of the State Department and at the request of a number of civil rights organizations, including the NAACP, ACLU, and others.

The NAACP and ACLU's calls for an international team to keep an eye on the U.S. elections is due to the number of Rethuglican controlled states on that have enacted strict voter I.D. laws and other curtailments of voting rights. That's what prompted an NAACP delegation to visit the United Nations Human Rights Council in Geneva, Switzerland in September to bring attention to the issue.

It just makes you guys have a hissy fit that someone will be watching and taking notes, and <u>that</u> makes it harder for you to steal the election and suppress the Democrat vote. Tough sh*t pardner but nobody is going to roll over for the likes of you ignorant hate spewing Tea-Tards.

One of the groups howling in protest is True the Vote, which is itself a Tea Party voter suppression effort, and is currently under investigation for possible criminal conspiracy.