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True the Vote Files Lawsuit Against Supervisor of Elections Over Mishandling of Allen West Recount

Raymond, (Ret) Wrote: Feb 04, 2013 10:16 AM
There is absolutely no justification for not making voting information freely available. None. o argue otherwise is to transparently and shamefully place partisanship over truth. It diminishes those who do so and renders anything else they say or do unworthy of serious consideration. It quite simply exposes them as partisan frauds. That it is being done by the party that self-righteously prides itself on openness, truthfulness and tolerance and which feels compelled to constantly proclaim to be the caring, compassionate, and oh so reasonable good guys is telling indeed. Why, other than con men, and flim flam artists should it ever be necessary for the good guys to identify themselves as such rather than by the consequences of their deeds?
Raymond, (Ret) Wrote: Feb 04, 2013 10:19 AM
Perhaps that is why Liberals do not pay much attention to the consequences of their policies.
Henry VIII Wrote: Feb 04, 2013 10:31 AM
Libs aren't even interested in good intentions anymore, it's all about control and power.....damn the consequences.

Voter integrity group True the Vote (TTV) filed a federal lawsuit Monday against St. Lucie County Florida Supervisor of Elections Gertrude Walker for failing to uphold election law and for failing to enforce record inspection rights under the National Voter Registration Act and the Florida Constitution. The lawsuit has been filed in light of the gross mishandling of the recount between Rep. Allen West and now Rep. Patrick Murphy by St. Lucie County election officials.

"True the Vote's lawsuit will provide information kept from the public. It will allow for a public debate on exactly what happened, why...