Commentary: Do Those Dead People Know a Lot?

Feb 14, 2012 by

Michael F. Shaughnessy –

Every once in a while I read something that seems too unbelievable to be true…so I will put it down below:

“A new report by the Pew Center on the States finds that more than 1.8 million dead people are currently registered to vote. And 24 million registrations are either invalid or inaccurate”

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I got this information above from:

Now, I wonder who they voted for in the last election. I wonder what this “very silent majority” have to say about education. I wonder what kind of skullduggery is going on in this world. I remember voting in the last election, and maybe I voted in a certain district but everyone I knew was voting in a certain way. Now the way that people vote is their business. But how these dead people vote, I am not sure whose business it is. Someone’s for sure.


Now, I know the Pew Center. I think they are a reputable, valid, reliable organization. So I think they have some accurate data. Who they are sharing the data with, I am not sure, but they are posting it on the Internet.

This reminds me of that T.V. Show “Crossing Over” with John Edward. All those dead people talking to him on that t.v. show. They seemed to know a lot. Maybe all those dead voters can tell us how to rectify the situation in America. (and in the schools).

It would be interesting to track down all those dead people who voted (or were registered to vote) and see who they voted for….golly gee, I wonder who.

I know I voted in the last election, and that I take voting very seriously. I write letters to my Senators and Congressmen and Congresswomen also as well as the Governor. I am not sure if they get read- but I am pretty sure they are still alive. Some send e-mails back and some send letters back. This is a good thing. I am sure they are still alive.

1.8 million dead people are registered to vote. I sure hope that they get re-registered accurately. Who knows? Perhaps Elvis is one of those “dead voters” who voted in the last election.

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