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Ohio Fights Obama Efforts to Nix Military Early Voting Suit

Discussion in 'Political Issues' started by DOC44, Aug 3, 2012.

  1. DOC44

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  2. fortyofforty

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    OK, so Odumbo and his Natso allies don't want military members to vote too easily, and fought tooth and nail to disallow military ballots that lacked postmarks (due to the military postal system), but want to ensure people who aren't legally entitled to vote are able to do so without needing photographic identification. Now I get it.

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    “We cannot continue to rely only on our military in order to achieve the national security objectives that we’ve set. We’ve got to have a civilian national security force that’s just as powerful, just as strong, just as well funded.” Barack Obama​
     


  3. JFrame

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    It's getting harder and harder to deny that Obama and his ilk are truly evil.


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  4. fortyofforty

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    Everything Odumbo does--virtually move by move--is outlined by Saul Alinsky. It is absolutely frightening. Both Obumbo and Hillary Clinton are true experts in Alinsky and his methods, having taught and researched them extensively.
     
  5. JFrame

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    Absolutely -- with a healthy (or unhealthy, rather) dose of Cloward-Piven.


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  6. Walt_NC

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    The purpose of the suit is to extend the early voting deadlines for non-military personnel to match the early voting deadlines of military personnel. Let me restate that in more smaller words for you mouth-breathing dummies.

    The black guy wants to give people more bigger time to vote. More people voting is not bad. Is gooder.

    http://www.snopes.com/politics/ballot/military.asp
     
  7. DOC44

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    http://watchdog.org/46658/oh-military-groups-seek-to-join-obama-v-husted-voting-lawsuit/


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  8. JBnTX

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    Obama knows he's lost the military vote.

    The repeal of don't ask don't tell and his stand on same sex marriage cost him the military vote.
     
  9. Walt_NC

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    Jesus. Christ.

    WHEREFORE, Plaintiffs request of this Court the following equitable relief:…

    B. A preliminary and permanent order prohibiting the Defendants, their respective agents, servants, employees, attorneys, successors, and all persons acting in concert with each or any of them, from implementing or enforcing lines 863 and 864 of Sec. 3509.03 (I) in HB 224, and/or the SB 295 enactment of Ohio Revised Code § 3509.03 with the HB 224 amendments, thereby restoring in-person early voting on the three days immediately preceding Election Day for all eligible Ohio voters;


    The suit is not to stop the military from voting. Until very recently everyone in Ohio could submit an early ballot through the Monday before an election.

    This was recently changed by a law passed by Gov. Kasich and the Republican-controlled state legislature. The new law restricted early voting for civilians to the Friday before an election, while allowing military members and dependents to continue submitting early ballots until the Monday before an election.

    The Ohio state Democratic Party filed a lawsuit, arguing that, if the polls are going to be open, all people should get the same opportunities and time constraints to vote. Team Obama jumped on board.
     
  10. IvanVic

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    This information can also be found in a 5 second internet search, as if the title of the thread wasn't obviously incorrect.
     
  11. jakebrake

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    yes, why not let the dems vote 8 or n9 times, right? that's why the scumbag party wants it. they have done that little move forever.
     
  12. walt cowan

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    mittens doesn't want the military to vote either, too many paul supporters.
     
  13. professorpinki

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    Most people I know DGAF about DADT being repealed, aside from the fact that it caused them to get at least three briefings about the repealing of that policy.

    Also, why can't people in the military and in Ohio just do an absentee ballot? That's what I did.

    And, false premise of thread is false.
     
  14. fortyofforty

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    :rofl: Evidence? Never mind. Keep dreaming. Thanks for today's laugh! :wavey:
     
  15. Walt_NC

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    Yes. Because equal voting rights for everyone is the same thing as ensuring Democrats get to vote multiple times.

    Why don't you run along and get back to your juice box and animal crackers? While you're at it, remind your state-sponsored care-taker or guardian that the internet is a filthy place and that it was irresponsible for them to allow you to access it without adult supervision.
     
  16. Cavalry Doc

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    Oh dear, that has been debunked so often even I am getting tired of it.

    Show me one county with a large military population that Paul won.

    You can even pick the county with the largest military base in the free world, in Paul's own home state, and he lost miserably.

    The factoid that the Paultards continue to trot out is that among the donations where donators claimed that they were employed by the DoD, paul got more money. Problem is, the number of donators is puny compared to the whole, and there is no way to discern if the donors were active duty, civilian, reserve, or national guard.

    It's a lie that Paul enjoys even a significant amount of support from the troops. A lie that he is willing to partake in himself, and his willing disciples keep repeating.