Virginia is taking prudent action to be sure liberal Ron Paul and Rudy Giuliani supporters don’t try any dirty tricks to throw the GOP nomination to a lefty. Since the Democrat party has a history of attempting to steal elections left and right, this is a great idea.
If you’re planning to vote in Virginia’s February Republican presidential primary, be prepared to sign an oath swearing your Republican loyalty.
The State Board of Elections on Monday approved a state Republican Party request to require all who apply for a GOP primary ballot first vow in writing that they’ll vote for the party’s presidential nominee next fall.
If you’re not a Republican, if you won’t take the oath, you don’t get to try and skew the results. Problem solved!
Perhaps this concept should be extended to the general election. If you take an oath to support the GOP when you register to vote, no problem. If you won’t, well then, your registration goes in the circular file. Or maybe Democrats can be allowed to vote on Wednesday. Keep in mind, I’m just brainstorming here.