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Our Disenfranchised Troops Deserve Better

SOUL-brother Wrote: Nov 09, 2012 5:16 PM
This happen when Bush was in office...In 2007, the Texas attorney general's office secured a judgment against El Paso-based Advance Internet, which officials said tricked military consumers into schemes with interest rates as high as 782 percent for short-term cash advance loans. The payday lender had offices near several Texas military installations, including Fort Hood and Fort Bliss in El Paso Over the past decade...I bet the owner is GOP also.You all, on the right, don't care about our troops,all you want is power and you know it ,you will be waiting 4 years or more .

The next president of the United States must do right by our men and women in uniform. Our troops put their lives on the line to protect our right to vote, but untold thousands of them were unable to cast their own ballots on Tuesday. For shame.

Veterans groups and soldiers advocates have warned about military disenfranchisement for years. M. Eric Eversole, director of the Military Voter Protection (MVP) Project and a former litigation attorney in the Voting Section of the U.S. Department of Justice, reported that "more than 17,000 military and overseas voters were disenfranchised in 2008 because their...