Liberals Attempt to Stifle Soldiers’ Ability to Vote

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Joe Kawfi
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When liberals can't win an election because their leader is a complete and utter failure - they cheat.

Liberals Attempt to Stifle Soldiers’ Ability to Vote

Observerofu
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Voter fraud in Nevada.....SEIU involved.....Shocking.....NOT

Clark county Nevada were the commissioner just so happens to be Rory Reid and the technicians that work on the voter machines just happens to be SEIU.

Nevada voting machines automatically checking Harry Reid's name; voting machine technicians are SEIU members

http://www.washingtonexaminer.com/opinion/blogs/beltway-confidential/Vot...

I wonder if the Libs will scream selected not elected or go check chads or some other nonsense? Nah doubt it Reid is one of theirs so it's all good.

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Does this surprise anyone

If Reid cant win legally he will cheat or at least try. Put him out to pasture. Two more years then obama will be out. He then can start working on habitat homes.

Cyclist
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I think we can all agree..

that this is just wrong.

Source: The New York Times, et al.

WASHINGTON — When workers in a McDonald’s restaurant in Canton, Ohio, opened their paychecks this month, they found a pamphlet urging them to vote for the Republican candidates for governor, Senate and Congress, or possibly face financial repercussions.

JohnnyBGood
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Wrong Cyclist?

Why is it wrong?

"Right wing extremists know that they cannot convince the majority of the American people to adopt their agenda."

Barney Frank

Cyclist
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Johnny - and wrong

I have a simple belief that employers should not coerce employees in matters such as this. Conversely, I have difficulty with unions taking member's money to support political candidates that do not represent the views of all the membership.

It will be interesting to see if this incident gains traction in the court room. Perhaps the franchise owner's apology letter will suffice.

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