Sunday, August 1, 2010

Troops' Voting Rights in Jeopardy

I guess Obama and his minions can't win without attempting to violate the voting rights of our men and women in uniform ( our military, to you leftists out there). Apparently several states  are in violation of the Military and Overseas Voter Empowerment Act (MOVE). And as with the Black Panthers' voter intimidation tactics in 2008, Shyster oops.....Attorney General Eric Holder is doing nothing to stop these states  from carrying out their non-enforcement of a federal law. Hmmm, sounds like what's happening in Arizona doesn't it? The MOVE Act was passed in October of 2009 to ensure American citizens and military personnel stationed overseas are not disenfranchised from their right to vote. This has happened on some occasions, but to the best of my knowledge the problem was corrected and the military and overseas ballots were counted. But that was then and this is now, and it seems we have to deal with an administration that apparently only enforces the laws they agree with. The states in question are: Washington, Hawaii, New York, Delaware, Maryland, and Alaska (if you can believe Sarah Palin's state would try to disenfranchise Alaska's military personnel, of which her own son is a part of). Senator John Cornyn (R Texas), an author of the MOVE Act has demanded an explanation from Eric Holder's Justice Department, but so far nothing has been forthcoming from Obama's Shyster in Chief....oops Attorney General. I strongly suggest the good citizens of the states I just mentioned contact their state representatives and senators as well as their U.S. Congressmen and Senators in order to put an end to this travesty and stop Mr. Obama from disenfranchising our brave men and women in uniform, who incidentally are laying their lives on the line for our freedom every day. Obama and Holder have never faced death at any time in their lives, yet they seem to have no respect for those Americans who do. It's really sad that they have to deny certain people the right to vote in order to win elections isn't it? I guess maybe it's because most military personnel vote for people who will support them and their mission rather than the other party that will consistently dime them out any and every chance they can get.

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