Okay, conservatives, answer me this:
A.S.A.C. Hank Schrader 2012/07/11 03:37:11
Republicans claim that the new voter ID laws sweeping across the nation are intended to fight voter fraud and protect the integrity of our electoral system. If Republicans are genuinely concerned with fighting voter fraud, wouldn't they have rallied to end those robocalls spreading misinformation, regarding voting, such as telling them "Republicans vote on Tuesday, Democrats vote on Wednesday", "If you voted in the primary, you don't need to vote again", or "Your voting precinct has been relocated"? Because this deceptive misinformation being given out is, by definition, fraud. And if it pertains to voting, it is voter fraud. Why aren't the Republicans cracking down on this type of voter fraud?
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