Nine congressmen ask Annan to observe our Election Day

Folks, I just can’t believe what a bizarro world we are living in. Nine members of our U.S. Congress requested in a letter to Kofi Annan that the UN assign international observers to the U.S. presidential election in November! The United Nations?! That’s like asking the fox to guard the hen house!

“Let me get this straight,” wrote Joe Mariani in GOPUSA.com. “A group of Democrats want to bring some people from countries like North Korea, Iran, Syria, China and Cuba – people that have never seen a democratic election in their lifetimes – to sit in judgment on our elections? What kind of voodoo politics is that? The last time a foreign body had any direct influence over the political process of this country, the situation was corrected by a war for our freedom from British rule. Are these so-called Americans so willing to surrender that hard-won right of self-determination now, and to such a shamelessly scandal-ridden group of anti-American dictatorships and terrorist sympathizers? We may as well dissolve the Union now and save ourselves the pain of watching it done for us.”

Here are the names, states, and party alliances – oh, why bother doing that – they’re all Democrats – of the nine cowards. I’m so offended by these nine that I demand they each resign from their posts:

The request came in the form of a letter drafted by Rep. Eddie Bernice Johnson, D-Texas. Besides Johnson, the other representatives signing the letter to Annan – all Democrats – were Julia Carson of Indiana; Jerrold Nadler, Edolphus Towns, Joseph Crowley and Carolyn B. Maloney, all of New York; Raul Grijalva of Arizona, Corrine Brown of Florida, Elijah E. Cummings of Maryland, Danny K. Davis of Illinois and Michael M. Honda of California.

Folks, start writing letters to these fractured statespersons and tell them you are ashamed of them. Their emails should appear on their linked pages.

The congressmen who want U.N. observers in U.S. vote

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