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I Received a letter from the Miami-Dade Elections Department. Informing me that I need to sign and reaffirm my address or provide my new address in the convenient postage free return envelope. The clerk said these were sent out to all voters in the county. We have probably at least a million voters in miami. These are supposed to be austere times. 62-64 % vote D. I voted absentee ballot so my information should already be on file. Additionally I re-registered at my home on June 8, 2012.

I am cynical when it comes to scumbag tactics utilized in Florida. Our gov. has tried time and time again to disenfranchise eligible voters. I think this might be another attempt to purge the rolls. The letter is dated December 7. One month and one day after the election. What better time to rid the roles of excess voters than when we are basking in the glow of post-election victory. Our guard is down.

Anyway, I am no activist. I just figured you who are more vocal advocates could maybe have a gander or raise awareness about this.
Nelson W.
My Basic Question is this a purge or am I being paranoid?

Banks and RICO

The HUFFINGTON POST REPORTED "Attorneys general or representatives from nearly 15 states met in Washington, D.C., on Tuesday to discuss and share different enforcement options and strategies around various mortgage-related issues, according to sources familiar with the conversation"
What I fail to understand is WhY are they not being Charged under the RICO Statuate? OF all these Lackeys of Attorneys General offices not one is willing to take a big gamble at going for higher office? If one of these toads ever decided to push the issue then they would not only increase the leverage of the states bargaining position on fines fees and/penalties, but they could also launch the next phase in their political aspirations.
Having ROBO Signers and others who fabricated documentation seems like an obvious case of Fraud. (I am not a lawyer and my fellow DU bretheren will gladly point out any flaws in my post). I am curious to know if any of the Attorneys General did pursue Criminal Cases using RICO.
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