Saturday, October 23, 2004

One for the Good Guys

First off ... sorry for not posting much lately. Yes, I'm still here. I've been busy and also, to be quite frank, one can only write about democratic voter fraud and Kerry's lies so much before one's mind turns to mush.

But ... there is some good news. Tonight the 6th U.S. Circuit Court has overruled the earlier wrongheaded decision by a lower court to allow people to obtain provisional ballots anywhere in the county where they reside. Article here.

Why is this important? One of the reasons we all vote close to home, besides that it makes it easier for more people to turn out on election day, is because we all have at least a passing idea of the people who live around us. Voting anywhere in the county, which means anyone could walk into any precinct, four, five, or twenty of them, and vote without having their name on a list of registered voters, was asinine and inviting fraud on a massive scale.

Ken Blackwell, thank you for standing up to these shenanigans.

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