Saturday, June 2, 2012

The Right(?) to Vote

For those of you that closely follow the news, no matter whether you watch the liberal mainstream media or (like me) the Fair and Balanced Fox News Channel, you must have noticed the current debates surrounding Attorney Corporal Eric Hold-up and his crusade for the right to vote for minorities.  The latest flare-up involves one state who is attempting to purge their voter roles of registered voters who have died or been convicted of a felony to help stem voter fraud.  The purge has been stopped by the USAG.

Yes, this is the same person who refused to prosecute members of the New Black Panther Party for voter intimidation in the 2008 election, an act that was documented on videotape.  Voter intimidation is OK as long as the odds are that it will result in extra Democrat votes.  Likewise, the extra names on voter roles can not be used to perpetrate extra fraudulent votes for Democrats if those "extra" names are purged from the roles.  This is NOT a case of disenfranchised legitimate minority voters.  This is clearly a case of allowing voter fraud to assist Obummer in overcoming his recent troubles and still win re-election.

I have studied the Constitution and assure you that there is NO RIGHT TO VOTE guaranteed in the United States Constitution.  The 14th, and 15th Amendments which were ratified between 1865 and 1870, and the 19th Amendment which was ratified in 1920, all refer to  restrictions to prevent discrimination against anyone over age 21, race, color or previous slaves or by gender.  So according to the Constitution, you don't necessarily have a right to vote, BUT you can't be denied the privilege of voting due to race, sex, etc.

So where does this "Sacred Right to Vote" come from.  The Voting Rights Act of 1964 established the "right" to vote in the United States.  President Lyndon Johnson (I don't have to think of another parody name for him since not only was he a Johnson, but he was also a "johnson" ... think about it) signed the act  making the right to vote a law, BUT not a Constitutional Right like free speech, etc. By the strict letter of this law, Hold-up is doing what is called for by antiquated provisions of the law that were written into it during a time when civil rights, particularly in the South were basically non-existent.

In today's world, the provisions that Hold-up is using make for an legal excuse that could enable voter fraud to take place that could favor Obummer.  Eric Hold-up has far and away surpassed Janet Reno as the WORST, MOST PARTISAN Attorney Corporal in U.S. History.  Time to send him home by firing Obummer.

If you're not outraged at Obama and his minions ...
you're NOT paying attention.

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