John Edwards was in town yesterday...at a campaign rally where I graduated High School. <br><br>I love how the Democrats are advancing the myth and the media has bought the lie than anyone is going to be prevented from voting. It's 100% nonsense, and they're getting away with it. <br><br>The only thing being "disenfranchised" is the legendary Democratic voter fraud machine which relies on the votes of duplicates, dogs and dead people. All they have is this sham effort to scare people into thinking their vote won't be counted. <br><br>
<blockquote><font size=1>In reply to:</font><hr><p>the lie than anyone is going to be prevented from voting.<p><hr></blockquote><p>Anyone? I know you like cash, Bryan, care to bet a little on that?<br><br>Well, I guess we can't count those idiots that can't find the proper polls. They don't deserve to live, let alone vote. <br><br>
Dogs and dead people only.......my wifes dead cat is being disenfranchised - darn children of questionable parentage!!<br><br>
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100% nonsense<br><br>"Two e-mails, prepared for the executive director of the Bush campaign in Florida and the campaign's national research director in Washington DC, contain a 15-page so-called "caging list".<br><br>It lists 1,886 names and addresses of voters in predominantly black and traditionally Democrat areas of Jacksonville, Florida."<br><br><br>Its probably just a list of nice people they'd like to help out.<br><br>
reliability is something i want in a news source. do you like unreliable?<br><br><br>--<br>one of the penalties for refusing to participate in politics is that you end up being governed by your inferiors. -Plato
If you're going to challenge the credibility of the BBC News, you had better bring some evidence. Unless you are just going to sling around the same old, tired, hallow media criticism that doesn't prove a damn thing but your own biases.<br><br>-- Charlie Alpha Roger Yankee Whiskey<br>
Rags, I know, just rags.<br><br>Like I said, they probably just want to help those poor minority folks vote. I mean, Bush has done wonders in advancing minority issues.<br><br>Ok... no, he hasn't. In fact there is a congressional commission that examines civil rights and it has already drafted a damaging report for Dubya and Co. But, guess what? Republicans have voted to delay releasing it (to Congress, I assume) until after the election. Surprise!<br><br>This is slightly offtopic, but here's a link to the summary, and here's a link to the whole report. <br><br>Is the Office of Civil Rights Evaluation "reliable" or are they just as bad as those dirty liberals over in the UK?<br><br>
Mary Berry? Now there's a piece of work. This, from aother forum, says it quite well:<br><br>"...the US Commission on Civil Rights under Mary Frances Berry has been little more than a partisan Democratic shill that does its best to tarnish Republicans as racists who disenfranchise the black vote. Berry acted in complete disregard for federal law by refusing to seat a new Republican commission member under President Bush three years ago and "is widely loathed for her propensity to call people who frustrate her whims 'racists' or 'Uncle Toms'," according to the Dec. 24, 2001 Weekly Standard. The same story detailed the Clinton administration's cunning strategy of appointing nominal "independents" to the Commission to avoid the legal ceiling that demands no more than half of members come from one party. In practice all the "independents" have fallen lockstop behind Berry, who has remained in that position for a quarter century despite her terrible management of the commission, which was criticized in a devastating 1997 GAO report for employing "haphazard or nonexistent" management rules and crushing dissent. You can take the Commission's findings under Berry with the same grain of salt we now have to take the CIA's intelligence."<br><br>
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