Saturday, October 25, 2008

white house takes another run at vote suppression

You begin to get nostalgic at the end of a two-term administration, remembering all the fun and nifty things they have done. Even so for a de facto administration like that of George W. Bush. You know, the torture, the lies, the invasions without cause, the smug contempt and self-assuredness, the disregard for Americans who are not part of Bush's base (the elite).

And the vote suppression, the biggest part of the Great US Attorney Massacre. Now, at the request of Republican House Minority Leader John Boehner, Bush has asked Attorney General Michael Mukasey to look into those 200,000 new voter registrations in Ohio. Boehner, like the McCain campaign, alleges they are some sort of fraudulent thing. And they aren't going to let a little thing like the dismissal of the Ohio Republican Party's case by the U.S. Supreme Court stand in their way of suppressing Democratic votes.

Because the GOP can't actually WIN votes. They can only win by subtraction. And they aren't shy about it.

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Anonymous Anonymous said...


Should The top management of the Public listed company be responsible for the company performance, eg company nearly get wind up?

Are you a Partisan?

Should they give their view......? If any party did not give their views, send it to their supporter to question them....

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