Praise Jesus, the elections have past. Mostly. Here in Alaska, our Senate race has not yet been decided. While I won't bore you with the details, I will pontificate on the corrupt election process itself. Without a doubt, I am thoroughly convinced elections are being rigged and votes are being altered, manufactured, or deleted as desired by those who engage in such evil practices.
To that end, I offer the following suggestions to the powers that be regarding the election process:
- Voters cannot change their party affiliation for a year prior or after an election.
- Only paper ballots will be used. Electronic equipment may be used for counting ballots, but the paper ballots must be retained for a period of one year after an election.
- Voting must be done on the day of the election, at the correct polling location. No exceptions. No mail-in ballots, no absentee ballots. You want to vote, you show up. The only exception to this will be active duty overseas voters, who will vote sufficiently early so that their votes will be counted on the same day with the other votes.
- Voters must present valid government-issued ID.
- Voters must be U.S. citizens. You think this would be obvious, but these days, apparently it isn't.
- Taking a tip from the Iraqis, voters will have to dip their thumb in purple ink after they sign the voter list, but prior to the actual voting. Why prior? Because I don't want some vote-stealing, multiple-voting Democrat hoodlum to vote at location A, then make a big fuss afterwards and slip out without the "purple thumb" dip and then go up the street and vote again.
- If the voter is missing a thumb or finger, the ink will be applied to the closest spot on their body where the hand was.
- You got a purple thumb, you aren't voting.
- No "questioned ballots" allowed. Either you are properly registered to vote at your voting location, or you aren't.
- Each voting location will have as even a mix of party affiliates working the facility. These people will also serve as party representatives as necessary.
- People physically unable to vote may ask for assistance. This assistance will consist of members of opposing parties representatives watching to verify the desired vote choices are correctly and fairly recorded. No other form of proxy voting will be permitted.
My thought is that the above process would eliminate the most vulnerable parts of the voting process, mail-in ballots, multiple-vote voters, and illegitimate voters. Of course this would never happen because I suspect both parties want to have a way to steal an election when so desired.