Just how low will the Republicans and their tea party lackeys go to disrupt the election process? First, there are the major attempts to disenfranchise voters who do not have a government issued photo IDs, usually the economically lower classes who happen to vote Democratic. The Justice Department has taken a strong stance on the issue.
“The U.S. Justice Department said Wednesday there is substantial evidence Texas’ voter identification law will discriminate against minorities… evidence presented in the case so far shows 600,000 people will be unable to vote if the law is enforced and that minorities would be impacted the most.” Washington Post/AP April 11, 2012
Wisconsin’s photo ID law is headed to the U.S. Supreme Court.
In Pennsylvania, the voter ID law will be put to a public vote on April 24. If passed, it will most likely see legal action to determine its constitutionality.
So what else can the GOP do to undermine the United States electoral system? How about registering four Republicans as Democratic candidates in the upcoming Wisconsin recall election. DINOs – which either means “Democrats In Name Only” or a bunch of old white conservatives thinking that anarchy and tea party politics are mainstream America.
I do not care if you think if Republican Gov. Scott Walker should be kicked out or not, it is the fact there the state’s GOP is attempting to manipulate the election by running decoys is simply wrong.