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Old 07-06-2014, 12:55 PM   #7
Jack.Kerr
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Originally Posted by jthig32 View Post
.... Flip the class and political leanings and you'd have the democrats pushing for the Voter ID laws and Republicans railing against them.

It's all a wash of corruption with everyone fighting simply for what benefits them the most.
But this is sort of like saying "And if your grandmother had balls, she'd be your grandfather."

For fifty years, Democrats have been trying to expand voting rights, and make it easier to vote. While during that same time (but particularly during the last 25 years), Republicans have been trying to limit voting rights and make it more difficult for people (particularly minorities) to vote.

This isn't just the normal ebb and flow of which party is on top at any particular moment; these have become defining partisan values.

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