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June 25, 2013



Maybe the Voting Rights Act, the fancy-ID hurdles, and all other voting laws and ordinances should be set aside and forgotten as political issues.

Instead, why can't the courts simply throw out as unconstitutional any local practices that have a discriminatory effect on voting?

I don't have to continually struggle to enact and defend statutes or regulations to protect my equal ability to cast a vote. No minority should have to, either.


Why is the voting right act more important than the 4th Amendment, Mr. Holder?


Mr. Holder's shamelessly divisive demagoguing of voter ID and other issues has been a "serious setback" for this country. The sooner he's gone the better.

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