That's such a cliche line that it only is spoken in B-movies about the mafia, but here we have it as an example of how the Democratic Party operates:
The New York State Democratic Committee is bullying people into voting next week with intimidating letters warning that it can easily find out which slackers fail to cast a ballot next Tuesday.Liberals like threats, liberals like compulsion, liberals like intimidation. It's what they are, it's what they know.
“Who you vote for is your secret. But whether or not you vote is public record,” the letter says.
“We will be reviewing voting records . . . to determine whether you joined your neighbors who voted in 2014.”
It ends with a line better suited to a mob movie than a major political party: “If you do not vote this year, we will be interested to hear why not.”