Having been unable to find all those folks supposedly willing to risk five-figure fines and jail time so they can vote fraudulently, Pennsylvania Governor Corbett's administration now seeks your help, with a fancy new website with which you may file complaints against folks you suspect of voter fraud! Because it's not like you'd call the cops about that stuff! And certainly no one will use the site to get back at that neighbor whose dog poops in their yard -- nor will right-wing political operatives report the left-leaning folks they know! Clearly, as Michael Morrill says, the Corbett Administration created the site to boast of thousands of reports of voter fraud, knowing the "liberal" media won't bother asking whether "reports" equal "convictions," or even "occurrences." One more once: the Bush Mobb Justice Department found 82 cases of voter fraud nationally between 2002 and 2007, out of over 300 million votes cast. So Keystone Progress helps you tell Gov. Corbett to give up his little report-your-neighbor website already.
Meanwhile, though many corporations have told their employees that an Obama victory on Election Day would mean trouble for them, usually they're smart enough not to put themselves in actual legal trouble. But Mike White, chairman/owner of Milwaukee-based Rite-Hite, may not have been smart enough -- he emailed his employees about "the personal consequences...of having our tax rates increase dramatically if President Obama is re-elected." In other words, I just might have to fire people if a very small number of folks have to pay a 39.6% tax rate on their income over $250,000, rather than the 36% they pay now. Just so happens Wisconsin law forbids "threats intended to influence the political opinions or actions of the employees." Maybe suggesting he'd be "forced" to fire people, versus saying he'll fire people with glee if Mr. Romney loses, gets him off the hook. But we'll never know if Wisconsin's Attorney General doesn't investigate, so Daily Kos helps you tell Wisconsin's Attorney General to investigate Mr. White.