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At DOJ, Military Voting Rights Hang in the Balance

August 14, 2010
J. Christian Adams

Decisions by Washington bureaucrats over the next four weeks will have a profound impact on the upcoming November elections. These bureaucrats will decide whether or not those serving in the military from twelve states will have a full and effective opportunity to participate. If they choose to do anything other than aggressively enforce federal laws protecting military voters, many of those serving our nation won’t have a voice.

Every American can do something about it.

And now… the rest of the story. …..

2 Comments leave one →
  1. August 16, 2010 10:01 am

    Sharon challenging 2010 Primary_87Co Canvass Boards with 87 Co. Attorneys State Canvass MN Const. Art. III Separation Powers

  2. August 14, 2010 8:34 am

    Sounds just like more control of who votes by the government for the government of the government – The individual voice (vote) being regulated to keep those who might vote against the progressive socialists in government. Our founding fathers are rolling in their graves throwing up as they see all they envisioned vanish and melt away – It is the new slavery – We are slaves of the Government.

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