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    Great News – We’ve Already Stolen The 2012 Election

    Great News – We’ve Already Stolen The 2012 Election

    So says E.J. Dionne in The Washington Post, arguing that voter i.d. laws and limitations on early voting will suppress the Democratic Party vote and disenfranchise minorities:

    An attack on the right to vote is underway across the country through laws designed to make it more difficult to cast a ballot. If this were happening in an emerging democracy, we’d condemn it as election-rigging. But it’s happening here, so there’s barely a whimper.

    Is there any successful Republican election which was not stolen?  George Bush stole 2000 and 2004.   McCain was too honest to steal 2008; we’ll never make the mistake of having an honest candidate again, now will we?

    Had I known that we already stole 2012, I might have stayed at Blogger and taken some time off.

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    Comments


    I am not that smart because I am unable to understand why asking a potential voter for proof that he/she has the right to vote is “voter intimidation”. Someone please help me.

    And how do I add an avatar [proof that I am not that smart]?


     
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    Milhouse | June 21, 2011 at 9:56 am

    Great_unknown, Australia is one first world country that requires no ID from voters. All you are asked is “what is your name”, “what is your address”, and “what is your favourite colour” “have you voted before in this election”.


     
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    Milhouse | June 21, 2011 at 9:57 am

    Damn, the <s> tag doesn’t work. “What is your favourite colour” was meant to be stricken out.


     
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    Milwaukee | June 22, 2011 at 4:32 pm

    Australia requires voting. There is a fine for those who skip their civic duty.

    How does this connect the Justice Department refusing to allow a North Carolina town to have non-partisan mayoral elections. The Voting Rights people said that Blacks wouldn’t know who to vote for if there wasn’t a party affiliation. Never mind that No One can remember the last time they had a viable Republican candidate for any office.

    What tag does work for striking out? I’ve tried three times and can’t get it to work either.


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