Marlene's comment history

Marlene said...

Ohio, like every other state whose governor is a member of the treasonous, and un-American ALEC, also shoved through a so-called "voter fraud" bill through the legislature.

Fortunately, opponents were able to gather up enough signatures on petitions to suspend our voter suppression law for a referendum next November!

Here's some other little tidbits the nitwits from the TeaBirchers forget to tell folks about these so-called "voter fraud bills:

1) It prohibits (or makes it optional for) a poll worker from telling a voter where their correct precinct's located.

2) If you have to vote provisionally, any innocent error in writing information on the envelope instantly invalidates the ballot.

3) It cuts nearly in half the time for a county Board of Elections to send out absentee ballots --WHICH INCLUDES OUR TROOPS OVERSEAS! Where's all the outraged rah-rah chickenhawks who called for invading Iraq and Afghanistan because our soldiers are prohibited from voting?

4) Keeps BOEs from sending absentee ballot applications to all residents.

There's lots more in these voter suppression laws, which blatantly violate the Voting Rights Act!

October 6, 2011 at 6:25 a.m.
Marlene said...

If it were not for the ACLU, we would be in an even sorrier state than what we are now!

The ACLU's mission is protecting the Constitutional rights of everyone! They've protected the rights of Christians as well as non-Christians!

Our Constitution was written to protect the rights of the minority from the tyranny of the majority, not to mention the people when the government itself violates the Constitution in the name of "security!

These so-called "centers" are illegal, immoral, and un-Constitutional, and this attack on the ACLU is proof positive of that!

December 24, 2010 at 9:11 a.m.

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