Saturday, June 6, 2009

Justice Dept rules OK to Carry Clubs and use Racial Epithets at Voting Polls

Boy, them campaign laws are always changing! The Justice Dept. cleared up a little misunderstanding of allowable campaign techniques. All "hate crime" laws will be suspended on election day.

It appears some of the "New" Black Panthers working the polls were overly enthusiastic when they were handing out "I Voted" stickers and ruffled some lily-white feathers...

From the Patriot Post --

Charges of voter intimidation against three members of the "New" Black Panther Party were dropped this week by the Obama Justice Department. It should have been an open-and-shut case of voter intimidation and harassment. Men in paramilitary uniforms, at least some of whom belonged to Louis Farrakhan's infamous Nation of Islam, were caught on videotape standing in front of a Philadelphia precinct blocking the doorway while voters tried to enter on Election Day last November. The thugs, one of whom brandished a club, cast menacing stares and racial epithets at white voters in line.

The men responsible were charged and the Obama administration actually won the case, but they moved to dismiss the charges on May 15. No justifiable explanation has been given, but we can reasonably suspect that it's primarily because Obama doesn't want to anger his constituents. A spokesman for the Justice Department had the nerve to state, "The department is committed to the vigorous prosecution of those who intimidate, threaten or coerce anyone exercising his or her sacred right to vote." The department clearly did not do that in this situation. Liberal civil rights attorney Bartle Bull was a witness and is leading the charge against the administration's actions.

Meanwhile, the "Justice" Department rejected a program put in place by Georgia's Secretary of State Karen Handel to screen state databases to flag ineligible voters. Their excuse was that the program was inaccurate and discriminatory, though they refused to share the information that led to that conclusion. Handel, who is a Republican candidate for governor, noted that the decision would lead to a flood of non-qualified voters. She also noted the irony that Justice was on board for the program when it was created. What changed? The ruling party in Washington, and the new bosses want wide open voter rolls with no restrictions on eligibility because it makes it easier for them to rig elections.
I wonder what would happen if the Tea Party Patriots would be politically active like this? Or maybe if a pro-life group or the NRA welcomed people to the polls in this manner.

Don't worry, the Department of Homeland Security, Justice Dept & the FBI will be keeping us safe from these radical, one issued, Bible-toting, gun-clinging, life-loving extremist hate groups and those damn pagan Tea Party Patriots who think they can hide behind their God given rights -- that are protected by the Constitution. They have some nerve -- huh?

Rumor has it that the "Old" Ku Klux Klan will be forming the "New" Ku Klux Klan and will also be assisting at the polls in the next election.

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