Got ANY hard stats on voter fraud, anybody? Including invalid voters, multiple voters, or whattheheckever?
How many convictions for voter fraud are there in a given year?
This blubbering about voter fraud is a campaign to suppress the votes of the poor, the elderly, the young, the powerless. The Republicans can't win their votes on the merits of their platform, so the alternative is to cut off their vote.
Plain and simple.
July 5, 2011 at 2:40 p.m.
Why bother trashing the collective bargaining rights of public employees? When SB5 goes down to resounding defeat in November, buried by the tidal wave of anti-Republican back-lash (and we'll see it all over the country), watch Kaysick use his suddenly slim GOP majorities to ramrod salary caps on various disparate public jobs.
His ultimate goal, as I have said before, is to use this as a springboard to the presidency in '12, when his campaign slogan might very well be "Help me 'fix' Medicare and Social Security the way we 'fixed' collective bargaining in Ohio."
And the fix is in.
July 5, 2011 at 2:31 p.m.