Thursday, October 25, 2012
An international watchdog group called the Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe is sending monitors to observe the upcoming U.S. presidential election. They should consider spending some time at all those Democrat campaign offices that keep getting caught in vote-fraud video stings.
According to Reuters, OSCE has observed five previous U.S. elections “without incident,” but now they’re up in arms because the state of Texas told them in no uncertain terms that their monitors are subject to state law, and will be arrested and prosecuted if they interfere with the election.
“They act like they may not be subject to Texas law and our goal all along is to make clear to them that when they’re in Texas, they’re subject to Texas law, and we’re not giving them an exemption,” growled Attorney General Greg Abbott. ”Our concern is that this isn’t some benign observation but something intended to be far more prying and maybe even an attempt to suppress voter integrity.” Reports have suggested that the OSCE is meeting with groups opposed to the Texas voter ID law, currently blocked by court order, and likely destined for a hearing in the Supreme Court.