Want to help expose online dating preditors and jerks? (for men and women)
Posted in the Nashville Forum
Since: Feb 12
#1 Mar 3, 2012
Have you been conned, taken advantage of contacted by someone who talks a good game then you find out they are a fraud? Do everyone a favor and expose them by listing their user profile name and the site you met them.
#2 Mar 3, 2012
C O M M O N S E N S E 1 0 1 . Everyone knows the pervs,crazies,rapists,molester s,and predators are out there in force saying all the right stuff you want to hear just waiting for a person stupid enough to believe them. Anybody in their right mind wouldn't go hunting for diamonds in a garbage dump.
#3 Mar 3, 2012
Are you people that bad off to go to a website to find LOVE? You deserve them...
Whore hopper liar cain is working to elect whore hopper newt.so funny hahahahahahah
DOJ Opposes Florida Laws On Voter Registration Groups, Early Voting | TPMMuckraker
Breaking: DOJ Opposes Florida Laws On Voter Registration Groups, Early Voting
Rock The Vote volunteers gather in New York City on November 4, 2008.
The Justice Department objected late Friday to new provisions of Florida election law which place strict regulations on third-party voter registration groups and cut down on the early voting period. DOJ alleged in a court filing that Florida was unable to prove the new provisions were not discriminatory under Section 5 of the Voting Rights Act.
“As to the third-party voter registration and early voting changes enacted… respectively, the United States’ position is that the State has not met its burden, on behalf of its covered counties, that the two sets of proposed voting changes are entitled to preclearance under Section 5 of the Voting Rights Act,” according to a court filing.
Florida had begun the preclearance process with DOJ but subsequently sued the government after federal lawyers asked for additional information about how some provisions of the state’s new election law would be enforced.
Non-partisan groups like the League of Women Voters have ended their voter registration efforts in the state because of the law, which forces individuals conducting voter registration drives to get permission from the state and turn in voter registration cards within 48 hours of a voter filling them out. The League of Women Voters, the Brennan Center, and Rock The Vote are also fighting that provision of the law in court and an initial hearing was held earlier this week.
Heather Smith, president of Rock the Vote, said this week that the law would “prevent organizations like Rock the Vote from educating and engaging young people in our political process and go against the very principles our country was founded on.” Attorney General Eric Holder singled out Florida’s law during a major speech on voting rights in December.
The Colbert Report featured a sketch this week about a Florida teacher who is already facing a stiff penalty from the state for not turning in voter registration cards she collected from her students within 48 hours. Check it out below:
#4 Mar 17, 2013
this guy was pretending to be me, plus a dozen other guys and girls using my pictures, plus other peoples pictures and talking to hundreds of guys. his email is: be careful about him.
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