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Discussion in 'Politics, Religion, Social Issues' started by obeygiant, Mar 18, 2011.
divide and conquer i guess...
Those dirty rascals!
See, here's the difference. Of course what they did was wrong, but they're not taking away people's rights and trying to revert our country back to 1891. If a republican was charged with vote fraud, it probably wouldn't even make it to these threads. Not that we don't care, but it's just not important, it happens. We dislike the GOP for being against the average citizen and for trying to strip people of rights in the name of big business, and then try to convince everyone it's for their own good. So pretty much we're saying the GOP is lowering minimum wage, trying to stop college students from voting because they vote too liberal, set gay rights back to the 19th century, repeal anti-discrimination laws, and so on and so forth. And you respond to all that with "Well, the 2 democrat party WORKERS get charged with voter fraud"? Sorry buddy, not the same.
Definate wrong doing. Even if the politics was taken away, the act of notarizing a false signature is criminal, and should be prosecuted.
On the politics side of it, why on earth would any Democrat not want to certify the Tea Party as a political party? They are the gift that keeps on giving.