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Obama Doesn't Sweat. He should.

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This needs to be taken care of now before it's yet another bit of regrettable history.
In a democratic republic, every voter needs to be heard from, and have a fair opportunity to vote.

"In swing-state Colorado, the Republican Secretary of State conducted the biggest purge of voters in history, dumping a fifth of all registrations. Guess their color.

In swing-state Florida, the state is refusing to accept about 85,000 new registrations from voter drives ? overwhelming Black voters.

In swing state New Mexico, HALF of the Democrats of Mora, a dirt poor and overwhelmingly Hispanic county, found their registrations disappeared this year, courtesy of a Republican voting contractor.

In swing states Ohio and Nevada, new federal law is knocking out tens of thousands of voters who lost their homes to foreclosure."

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Lifer
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Oh even better...

Half way through this guy starts asking for money:
So, for only the second time this year, I am asking each one of you to make a tax deductible donation to the non-profit, non-partisan Palast Investigative Fund of $500, $150 or $100.

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Lifer
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Originally posted by: ProfJohn
Can we get a better source than an Air America radio broadcast?
PJohn, poisoning the well with a lie, are you?
 

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"...in 2006 and 2004, they challenged tens of thousands of black soldiers. They stopped their votes from being counted when they were mailed in from Baghdad."

"You?re forgetting it?s not about the two parties. Vote theft is mainly a racial issue in America, and it?s a class issue. The white caucus is a lot bigger than the black caucus. They don?t call the Congress a millionaire?s club for nothing. There aren?t many guys in there -- or women -- who are not millionaires. So it?s the millionaires versus us. It?s the white caucus versus the black caucus, which is of great concern. So the vote is along racial class and economic lines, not along party lines. Party lines are pretty much meaningless. There?s pretty much one party -- the party of the cash."

http://www.buzzflash.com/articles/interviews/061
 

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