In the shameless electoral fear-mongering department... <blockquote><font size=1>In reply to:</font><hr><p>Boehner bashes Justice Dept. for not doing enough on voter fraud<br><br>House Minority Leader John Boehner (R-Ohio) is slamming the Justice Department for not doing enough in response to GOP complaints of potential voter fraud.<br><br>In a letter today to Attorney General Michael Mukasey, Boehner said he had just been told that Justice has reversed its 2002 policy of sending prosecutors along with election-observer teams into certain states.<br><br>"I have just been advised of your departmentís decision to reverse its longstanding policy of assigning criminal prosecutors to serve on all federal election observer teams," Boehner wrote. "I am deeply concerned about this decision, particularly in the wake of a steady stream of reports highlighting voter registration fraud and potential fraudulent voting activities that have dominated the news in recent weeks." (source)<p><hr></blockquote><p> So... no more than one year and a half after the previous attorney general resigned because he allowed Republican congressmen to illegally put pressure on US Attorneys to prosecute politically motivated election fraud cases that did not exist... the current Republican majority leader is putting pressure on the Department of Justice to make politically motivated election fraud cases.<br><br>There are two things to learn from this. Rep. Boehner hates democracy. Rep. Boehner is more of an idiot than Alberto Gonzales.<br><br>-- Cee Bee Double-U
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