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  • Where's the controversy?

    This is the typical spin the MSM often puts on political issues where Progressives or Democrats don't win.

    SCOTUS Order: Arizona may enforce controversial ballot collection law

    The Supreme Court granted a stay of a U.S. appeals court ruling that on Friday had temporarily blocked Arizona from enforcing the law that prohibits advocacy groups from collecting completed early ballots from voters and delivering them to election offices as part of get-out-the-vote efforts.

    Note, it's Reuter's who is pretty much on the Left as a news source. The original headline on MSN included the "controversial" in addition to the above. But, what is "controversial" about precluding third parties from collecting large numbers of mail in ballots and then turning them in?

    Maybe it lies in those parties throwing away any ballots they collect that are from persons they think or feel voted in a manner not consistent with their views?

    Or maybe it's the distinct possibility that the person collecting them also influenced or helped the voter make choices on their ballot or even filled it out for them.

    There's plenty of opportunity for all sorts of fraud and irregular stuff here, but no good reason to allow ballot harvesting. Yet, the "controversy" in this issue is all from the Democrats and Progressives who want the ability to control voters and their actions.

  • #2
    Go to your local Party HQ and volunteer to be an observer at the Ballot counters.

    Don't allow then to sit you next to the door where you can't see anything. get up and look over the shoulders of the people DOING IT.
    Even if you don't know what you are looking at, your presence can help, a lot. Cockroaches only feel comfy in darkness, shine a light and do what you can to keep them honest.

    Note; I didn't say Republican or Democrat Party HQ.
    Just DO IT.
    "Why is the Rum gone?"

    -Captain Jack


    • #3
      Reuter's who is pretty much on the Left
      Compared to FOX.
      "Ask not what your country can do for you"

      Left wing, Right Wing same bird that they are killing.

      you’re entitled to your own opinion but not your own facts.


      • #4
        Originally posted by Half Pint John View Post
        Compared to FOX.
        HAHA:Reuters is right ...compared to Stalin .

        There is in Britain a new site that is hostile to Brexit : InFacts,which is created by

        Hugo Dixon: very liberal

        Will Hutton : former editor-in-chief of the Observer/Guardian = the ISIS propaganda rag


        Geert Linnebank =former editor-in-chief of Reuters .

        Birds of a feather flock together .

        Reuters is a classic example of the liberal media.


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