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August 30, 2012

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Michael R. Graham

These claims of possible voter fraud are so baseless as to be laughable -- if they weren't intended to energize the tea party to vote for a candidate they don't like merely to prevent Obama from "stealing" the election. Of course, most of the voter fraud prevention laws coming into effect are intended to prevent voters who would likely vote for Obama from enjoying their franchise, so the question of who is trying to steal what is truly ironic.

Richard Brodsky

I left out some words:

"... harder to vote."

Richard Brodsky

Ginsburg's "endeavor" being the GOP's attempt to steal the election by enacting needless laws to make it hard for those not born on third base and believing they had hit a triple?

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