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Voter Suppression

It is through delay and other various obfuscatory tactics, rather than direct codified law that the military is disenfranchised. If the votes do not arrive in time to be officially counted, they are not counted. This is occurring in many democrat led states.

December 2, 2012

Michigan voters went to the polls last month to consider six initiatives. The measures had been placed on statewide ballot by private citizens. They had organized and gathered hundreds of thousands of signatures from fellow Michigan citizens, all to earn an up-or-down vote on their respective issues.

All six measures went down to decisive defeat at the polls.

Deservedly so — with the exception of Proposal 5, which would have required a vote of the people or a two-thirds legislative vote in order to raise state taxes. I...