GOP Thinks New Yorkers Moved to Ohio For Obama
The Republican National Committee, apparently angry that in New York you can't even get Republicans to raise their hands for Sarah Palin, is circulating a press release based on a New York Post story about four New Yorkers who allegedly lived for 30 days in a house in Columbus, Ohio in order to inflate the vote total for Obama in that swing state.
This seems an awfully inefficient way to commit vote fraud, but in any case these are New Yorkers we're talking about; if four of them spent a month in Columbus, it was probably because they were in a band and someone there said he had a brother who would let them use his recording studio for free.
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