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"Vote Early, Vote Often"

Unsudscribed Wrote: Oct 10, 2012 2:16 PM
On February 25, 2003, the Chief of Staff of the Army, testified in front of the Republican-controlled Congress that it would take up to 300,000 soldiers to occupy and stabilize Iraq in the event of war. Republican Party leaders George Bush, Denny Hastert (Speaker of the House), Bill Frist (Senate Majority Leader) and Don Rumsfeld (Secretary of Defense) decided that, politically, it was not feasible to send that many troops to Iraq. Why, the cost, sending 300,000 troops to Iraq would imperil their precious tax cut. To the Republican Party, the tax cut was more important to them than doing the job right in Iraq. They figured the tax cut would be politically feasible only by sending 150,000 troops to Iraq.
Unsudscribed Wrote: Oct 10, 2012 2:17 PM
If the Republican Party lies about matters of national security, then what can they be trusted for?

Proof positive Republicans are both odious and contemptible. Capiche?

James O'Keefe has another video out -- one indicating that Democrats and Obama for America employees are rather too inclined to laugh and look the other way about voter fraud (HT: Jim Geraghty):

One organization that has been doing yeoman's work in trying to combat widespread voter fraud across the country -- True the Vote -- has been targeted by congressional Democrats. Surprised?