"Many Democrats see a pattern of partisanship in many of the new election
laws, which they contend are intended to hinder minority turnout and boost the
prospects of GOP candidates."WOW the left wishes to suppress the
military vote while helping the illegal, non-citizen, felon, and repeat vote.
(while maintaining racist stereotypes that assume minorities are not savvy
enough to have a drivers license or id) Then they have the audacity to blame
others for manipulating the vote.Passive/aggression at its
politically correct worst
@Counter Intelligence -- Why on earth do you think it is acceptable to say that
these people, who you say are racial minorities, are illegal, non-citizen and or
felons? Talk about racial stereotyping. Up is down in a world where helping
people exercise their Constitutional right to vote is racist but calling them
names is acceptable behavior. Contrary to your "knowledge" of these
things, not every Hispanic person is an "illegal" and not every black
person is a "felon" (or whatever combination of the two you are trying
to say.) And by the way -- when ever did "the left" try to suppress the
It wouldn't be hard to see the pulpit message in a great many evangelical
(and mostly white) congregations in the past few elections - GOP all the way!
I'm not aware that ANY were ever fined or lost their tax deductible status
as a result.
@Counter Intelligence"WOW the left wishes to suppress the military
vote"False, that Obama lawsuit against the Ohio law that had
extended voting for only military service members is not being challenged by the
Administration to get rid of it... but to allow early voting for everyone.
There's no military voting suppression there at all except in the Romney
@Wonder"Why on earth do you think it is acceptable to say that these
people, who you say are racial minorities, are illegal, non-citizen and or
felons?"I didntI condemned those on the left who
doAccording to the article; Democrats oppose voter id laws etc,
because they supresses minority votes - I was clearly condemning those racist
assumptionsYou are more than welcome to respond to my posts - but
please have the courtesy to actually read them first