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July 09, 2012

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Pancho

Holder is treating the symptom and ignoring the problem. He has catered to the thieves on Wall Streeet who don't want minorities, or students, or union members to vote. He has put scoundrels such as Stacia Hylton, confederates of the for-profit prison industry, into positions of even more power than what they have abused. He has retained other Bush appointees, such as Harley Lappin, wholly devoid of ethics, in positions where they can fund with taxpayer money those very industries and special interest groups that that are determined to limit the electoral franchise primarily to those most likely to vote for corporatist officeholders and candidates.

Dissident

If Texas is discriminating against minorities by requiring photo ID before voting, so is almost every high rise building in major cities. Also, the DEA is discriminating by requiring a drivers license to buy Sudafed.

Come on, how many registered voters do not have a photo ID? More importantly, what is really motivating thise who oppose such an innocuous requirement?

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