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Who Is Really for Election Reform?

Anonymous3342 Wrote: Jan 08, 2013 1:35 PM
Instead of looking at election reform, the GOP should be more concerned about shedding their interventionist foreign policies, their support of the police/surveillance state, the ridiculous war on drugs, homophobia, DEBT, and their unwillingness to do anything about entitlements. Until the GOP offers something all Americans can rally behind, it will continue to fade away as a useless "can't stop the democrats" party.
drrisk2 Wrote: Jan 08, 2013 4:21 PM

How about if Republicans supported FREEDOM. Would you object to that???

Yeah, probably, if they didn't vote for DumbocRATs.

Anonymous3342 Wrote: Jan 08, 2013 5:46 PM
When have Republicans supported freedom in the last 30 years. Unless its for for foreign dictators, Islamist rebels, or oil friendly sheikhs.

A top priority of Democrats nationwide is to try to expand early voting even beyond the more than 40-plus million votes that were cast on days other than Election Day in 2012 or by mail. The present system balkanizes and deprives our nation of the unifying value of one nation on Election Day.

The Democrats know that their massive use of early voting was a major factor that enabled them to pile up the winning votes to reelect Barack Obama. Obama enthusiastically supports early voting; he urged 10,000 fans at his campaign speech in Urbandale, Iowa to vote right now...