The vote in the land of the Dutch
had never amounted to much.
But the times sure have changed
now the votes are arranged
with more votes than sought: Fraudsters’ touch.
Before the English writer Rudyard Kipling in 1910 wrote the book “Rewards and Fairies,” he toured all over the United States. He spent time in Philadelphia and Lancaster, Pennsylvania. In “Brother Square-Toes,” a story in “Rewards and Fairies,” Kipling says this about Lancaster:
“It’s a kindly, softly country there, back of Philadelphia among the German towns, Lancaster way. Little houses and bursting big barns, fat cattle, fat women, and all as peaceful as Heaven might be if they farmed there.”
That was 1910. Lancaster Co teems with Amish and Mennonites. They stayed away from the evil ways of the English, shunned modernization, hated wars and immorality, and they didn’t vote. After Bill Clinton became President this all changed, and they started voting, pro-life.
This year there was a record participation in voting, even in Mail-in requests.
Someone took a screen-shot of the tally so far:
Mail-in ballot requests: 108,539
Ballots returned so far: 89,681
Mai-in Ballots counted so far: 142, 584.
Make of that what you will.