4 States Don’t Mail Ballots To Soldiers

Posted: October 15, 2012 in Current Events, Election 2012, News, Politics
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Vermont, Michigan, Mississippi, and Wisconsin have failed to send military absentee ballots to soldiers by the Septmeber 22nd deadline.

Breitbart has the story below:

http://www.breitbart.com/Big-Government/2012/10/15/States-late-military-ballots

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Comments
  1. Well, we know the DOJ won’t do a thing.

  2. saneromeo says:

    I think the Romey campaign is bringing a Federal suit somewhere about it, but only on my 1st cup o joe so… 🙂

  3. Ed Darrell says:

    Why do you think those states, overwhelmingly controlled by GOP officials, dawdle?

    • saneromeo says:

      I would assume attempted election results manipulation, and should therefore be brought to the attention of every American. Hanky-panky from either side should be neither allowed nor tolerated.

      • Ed Darrell says:

        Have you been in America long? Generally, you’d be safer to assume incompetence than conscious conspiracy. I merely point out that the states you impugn are, each of them, dominated by the GOP. It’s highly unlikely the Romney campaign will sue Scott Ahab Walker in Wisconsin with the hot U.S. Senate race there, you know?

        Vermont’s primary was in late August, and the results were contested. The final ballot was not clear until September 20th — ballots were mailed out on September 24th.

        Do you really think there was a conspiracy dating back 100 years to put their primary late in the year?

      • saneromeo says:

        Huh?

      • saneromeo says:

        Conspiracy? No. If there is wrongdoing, it should be punished. If there is the appearance of wrong doing it should be monitored. I don’t see why that is a big deal.

  4. Ed Darrell says:

    Don’t assume wrongdoing without good evidence, especially when it’s much more likely that there is a glitch in the system, including the probability that the officials are incompetent. They’re anti-government, anti-efficiency GOP types, after all.

  5. saneromeo says:

    Don’t ignore a glitch. Seems like if you want to improve a system you look for glitches…

  6. The reality is they (the states) broke the law. Just as the New Black Panthers did with voter intimidation and just as the DOJ did with Fast and Furious. And what do we get from this administration? ::::crickets:::::

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