Originally Posted by Caleeko
All those cases each and every one being investigated but people here seem to be willing to just let this one go because like shes some kind of icon or something, or maybe just because its a conservative thing.
If you replaced Ann Coulter with Michael Moore in these same circumstances, I would feel the same. It's not because of who she is that makes this news or non-news to me. That's what you seem to be saying, or what I'm hearing from you anyway. Heck, if you looked at past threads the vast majority of people here, regardless of their political leanings, think Ann Coulter is a twit, myself included.
It's not that we (collectively) feel she's some kind of "icon".
The difference is that she is, as Nita pointed out, ONE VOTE. You have yet to answer my question of if there is any accusation of her trying to vote more than once, which would actually make it a real fraud
case, as in attempting to alter the outcome of the election. ACORN is accused of registering hundreds or thousands of fraudulent
voters - people who didn't exist, registering people in multiple districts, etc. That actually could affect the outcome of an election. I really don't think that one person going to a different jurisdiction to vote her ONE vote is going to change anything. Especially when both New York and Connecticut are very much Democratically controlled states.
This is a technicality issue, you seem to be trying to make it nefarious and trying to make it into some vast conservative conspiracy - where Fox won't report it (neither are the other "more legitimate" news outlets either, but that's neither here nor there, apparently), all the "conservatives" are defending her (because it's a non-issue that wouldn't alter any election results, not because of who she likely voted for...who knows, maybe she voted a straight Democratic ticket so she'd have more to talk about!).