Unethical Quote Of The 2014 Election Campaign: New York Democratic Party

voter threat“Who you vote for is your secret. But whether or not you vote is public record. We will be reviewing voting records . . . to determine whether you joined your neighbors who voted in 2014….If you do not vote this year, we will be interested to hear why not.”


—-The New York Democratic Party in a final plea to registered Democrats.

True character and principle tend to reveal themselves in times of crisis.

How embarrassing for Democrats.

7 thoughts on “Unethical Quote Of The 2014 Election Campaign: New York Democratic Party

  1. Many progressives whine that democracy no longer exists in this nation.

    This statement proves 1) that it most certainly does, and 2) that the Framers were incredibly wise to establish this nation as a constitutional republic, and not as a democracy.

    A democracy is two lions and a zebra voting on what’s for lunch. And if you’re a Democrat, welcome to the menu.

  2. That would mean something… If anyone had a right to ask you why not and get an answer. I see no point in this tactic this year in this neighborhood. Cuomo is a shoe-in and I don’t think any significant GOP threats exist there.

  3. I didn’t vote because I was cleaning my .45 and my various long guns. Get my drift?
    Actually, I and my lovely wife have already voted…voted on the first day of early voting. As an aside, and not particularly related to anything, is my perception that states where voter ID is now required are mostly red accurate? Just curious.

  4. As Obama once said on a similar occasion, “Don’t think we’re not keeping score, brother”. The good news is that any organization that must openly coerce its own rank and file into compliance is one that is ripe for the fall.

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