YES! They already said there's no right to vote in 2000.
26%
YES! GOP Justices will rule in favor of their election-rigging buddies!
74%

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Russell Vaughan 2 years 50 weeks ago

The suit is brought by the Heritage Foundation 'nuff said.

David J. Cyr's picture
David J. Cyr 2 years 50 weeks ago

voting rights:

something none of the people who vote for the corporate party's (R)s or (D)s make any good use of

a gift from corporate government intended to always be useful to the giver, and always useless to the receivers

— The APT: American Political Terms

www.chenangogreens.org

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Aliceinwonderland 2 years 50 weeks ago

Probably, in light of how backward & tyrannical they've been.

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Aliceinwonderland 2 years 49 weeks ago

To put it more abstractly: Does a bear shit in the woods? - AIW

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