Thursday, October 14, 2004

From theDemocratic National Committee: "Last week
A former Republican Party executive filed a bogus lawsuit, which was dismissed, trying to knock 17,000 Democratic voters off the voter rolls in Nevada. He told the Las Vegas Review Journal 'I am looking to take Democrats off the voter rolls.'"

-- It's ok to go to court to get Ralph Nader off the ballot but wrong to go to court to try and get voters taken off the rolls?

OneMan

2 comments:

So-Called Austin Mayor said...

It's ok to go to court to get Ralph Nader off the ballot but wrong to go to court to try and get voters taken off the rolls?Apples and oranges.

Citizens have a constitutional right to vote for their leaders, Nader does not have a constitutional right to appear on any particular state ballot.

It is pretty sad that the election strategy of the party of Lincoln is to try so hard to disenfranchise voters.

Anonymous said...

"It's ok to go to court to get Ralph Nader off the ballot but wrong to go to court to try and get voters taken off the rolls?"

For half a second I thought you were serious, but clearly you're being facetious here. Right??