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CDR: Kleptelectomania

Kleptelectomania is an irresistible urge to steal elections by conspiring to commit vote fraud. Anger and feelings of powerlessness are quite commonly linked to the disorder, which escalates due to stress, trauma, increasing feelings of unfairness and entitlement, unresolved anger and/or grief, extreme insecurity over the inability to persuade citizens to support the sufferer’s principles and politics and, often, the utter failure of previously implemented policy proposals. Increasing brain research and clinical work indicate that people with this disorder are likely to have a comorbid condition, specifically paranoid, schizoid or borderline personality disorder.

See also Elections, Democrats, Liberals, Progressives, Republicans, ACORN, SEIU, “Walking Around Money,” Al Gore, George W. Bush, Al Franken, Norm Coleman, New Black Panthers, The Secretary of State Project, George Soros, “Stealing the Election”

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  1. November 9th, 2010 at 07:29 | #1

    Former ACORN Supervisor Pleads No Contest in Election Fraud Case
    by Publius

    From the Associated Press:

    ACORN-Raided

    A former supervisor for the defunct political advocacy group ACORN has agreed to a plea deal in a case alleging that canvassers were illegally paid to register Nevada voters during the 2008 presidential campaign.

    Amy Busefink, 28, of Seminole, Fla., pleaded the equivalent of a no-contest in state court to two misdemeanor counts of conspiracy to commit the crime of compensation for registration of voters. Her Alford plea acknowledged the state had evidence for a conviction at trial.

    The plea agreement could get Busefink a year of probation, a $1,000 fine and 100 hours of community service.

    Her lawyer, Kevin Stolworthy, says Busefink has never been in trouble before and entered the plea to “have some finality.”

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