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Why Should Massachusetts Beg Anyone to Vote?

Original Saepe__Expertus Wrote: Aug 13, 2012 7:03 PM
Wasserman -Schultz doesn't have the law of averages going for her. If you flip a dime 100 times and get heads every time...the probability that you MUST get tails next...is Still 1 in 2. It's extremely unlikely that you will get 100 heads...but WASSERMAN could go on indefinitely with her errant stupidity. The REASON for that? Because a dime has more brains and sense than DWS !

SENATOR SCOTT BROWN is right. For the Commonwealth of Massachusetts to be mailing voter-registration forms to nearly 480,000 welfare recipients — at a cost to taxpayers of more than $275,000 — is indeed "outrageous," as the Republican incumbent declared last week. The vast get-out-the-welfare-vote campaign "smells wrong," he says. So it does, but not for the reason he claims.

The key problem with the mass-mailing nudging everyone on the state's welfare rolls to register to vote isn't that it was prompted by a lawsuit filed by several left-wing advocacy groups, one of which -- Demos -- is...