Tuesday, October 16, 2012

The Best Use of SuperPac Cash

If some conservative group wants to spend a chunk of money for the purpose of helping Romney win the election, I would like to suggest that there is a better option available than paying for additional advertising.  My suggestion is that someone contemplating spending some serious cash should announce an intention to hire lawyers and investigators to track down all evidence of election fraud in swing states by either party.  Pledge a very large sum of money, make the announcement prior to the election, and follow through after the election -- win or lose.

Hugh Hewitt once noted that "if it's not close, they can't cheat".  Well, it looks like it is going to be close.  At least in some states.  Telling any miscreants who might be thinking of cheating that a large number of determined investigators will be tracking down all the evidence might very well give them pause.

I suspect that keeping the fraud level to manageable levels is likely the best way to help Romney secure victory.

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