Differing Views In GOP On Voting Righ...

Differing Views In GOP On Voting Rights Case

There are 31 comments on the WXIA-TV Atlanta story from Apr 13, 2009, titled Differing Views In GOP On Voting Rights Case. In it, WXIA-TV Atlanta reports that:

The GOP's struggle over its future and the party's fitful steps to attract minorities are on full display in the differing responses of Republican governors to a major Supreme Court case on voting rights.

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Richard S

Malden, MA

#22 Apr 14, 2009
southern by grace of god wrote:
pretty much....
http://www.thenextright.com/kristen-soltis/yo...
southern by grace of god

Yorktown, VA

#23 Apr 14, 2009
want me to draw pictures so you can understand it.
larry g

Gwynn Oak, MD

#24 Apr 14, 2009
southern by grace of god wrote:
want me to draw pictures so you can understand it.
just use english , it's good enough

Since: Apr 09

Indianapolis

#25 Apr 14, 2009
Glasnos wrote:
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Who is left?... People wih good values and ethics.
All of those groups you named a staunchly democrat and liberal ... why waste time on them? Do democrats seek to woo the fundamentalist christian right? NO ... they are always bashing them.
I'll bet you don't even think this a racist statement. For the record, Obama sought and received a significant portion of the faith community vote. The Rick Warren debate. Rick Warren at the Inauguration and Obama soon at Notre Dame.
Get Informed

Kennesaw, GA

#26 Apr 14, 2009
Wow, your brain is frozen! B.O. did not even get a substantial majority vote in this nation. Ever doe statistics? Because you'd find B.O. recieved no more than GWB! I have no idea what you spin is on Rick Warren, he's got to ge disappointed with B.O. at this point and and the N.D. Catholics really have an issue.

Good news though: the dog that's got some white and mostly black, that is wearing a Hawaiian lay and was sent to B.O. and named B. O. was sent by a liberal, Ted Kennedy. What a MATCH!
Mike-Indianapolis wrote:
<quoted text>I'll bet you don't even think this a racist statement. For the record, Obama sought and received a significant portion of the faith community vote. The Rick Warren debate. Rick Warren at the Inauguration and Obama soon at Notre Dame.

Since: Apr 09

Indianapolis

#27 Apr 14, 2009
Get Informed wrote:
Wow, your brain is frozen! B.O. did not even get a substantial majority vote in this nation. Ever doe statistics? Because you'd find B.O. recieved no more than GWB! I have no idea what you spin is on Rick Warren, he's got to ge disappointed with B.O. at this point and and the N.D. Catholics really have an issue.
Good news though: the dog that's got some white and mostly black, that is wearing a Hawaiian lay and was sent to B.O. and named B. O. was sent by a liberal, Ted Kennedy. What a MATCH!
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Don't know how you "doe" statistics but here's mine.

Nationally Obama captured 53% of the Catholic vote, a 13-point swing from 2004 and the largest advantage among the group for a Democrat since Bill Clinton. Obama also cut in half the Republican advantage among Protestants. And he made significant gains among regular worship-attenders. Those voters who attend religious services most frequently are still most likely to cast ballots for Republicans. But Obama won 44% of their votes, a 19-point shift in the category that, after the last presidential contest, inspired pundits to diagnose the existence of a "God gap." Voters who worship at least once a month preferred Obama 53% to 46% over McCain.

http://insightscoop.typepad.com/2004/2008/11/...

Since: Apr 09

Indianapolis

#28 Apr 15, 2009
Azjaeger wrote:
I've never understood what's so hard about this "voting rights" issue. If you want to vote, you present a valid government issued ID with your picture and address on it, and the address has to match your registration address. For the very few people who don't have ID because they can't afford the $5, the government gives them free ID. I'm very suspicious of why some think that's just horrible that you should have to prove who you are to vote. It just screams "we want to cheat." What, minorities and women and gays etc. have no address or ID on the average? I don't believe that, do you?
Just can't grasp the concept of discrimination at all I see.
Richard S

United States

#29 Apr 15, 2009
Get Informed wrote:
Wow, your brain is frozen! B.O. did not even get a substantial majority vote in this nation. Ever doe statistics? Because you'd find B.O. recieved no more than GWB! I have no idea what you spin is on Rick Warren, he's got to ge disappointed with B.O. at this point and and the N.D. Catholics really have an issue.
Good news though: the dog that's got some white and mostly black, that is wearing a Hawaiian lay and was sent to B.O. and named B. O. was sent by a liberal, Ted Kennedy. What a MATCH!
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This is a pretty stupid comment, even for someone from gooberland. I guess you goobers don't get news too often, so let me clue you in.

Obama won a popular majority. Obama's vote margin exceeded 9 million votes, the largest EVER for a nonimcumbent contender - INCLUDING Reagan's 1980 win over Carter.
Glasnos

Lakeland, FL

#30 Apr 15, 2009
Richard S wrote:
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This is a pretty stupid comment, even for someone from gooberland. I guess you goobers don't get news too often, so let me clue you in.
Obama won a popular majority. Obama's vote margin exceeded 9 million votes, the largest EVER for a nonimcumbent contender - INCLUDING Reagan's 1980 win over Carter.
Yeah ... and how many of those were fraudulent?
Oops .. wait ... 9,000,397 ... someone just found a batch of Obama votes in the trunk of their volvo ...
Richard S

United States

#31 Apr 15, 2009
Glasnos wrote:
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Yeah ... and how many of those were fraudulent?
Oops .. wait ... 9,000,397 ... someone just found a batch of Obama votes in the trunk of their volvo ...
Rethuglicans get snippy when voters actually vote in their President, as opposed to getting the Supreme Court to select him. I guess McCain's daddy didn't appoint any Justices - so he was SOL.

You betchya.
Glasnos

Apopka, FL

#32 Jun 26, 2009
Richard S wrote:
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Rethuglicans get snippy when voters actually vote in their President, as opposed to getting the Supreme Court to select him. I guess McCain's daddy didn't appoint any Justices - so he was SOL.
You betchya.
No ... we get snippy when people mess with free elections, and try and turn america into Chicago politics. But you on the other hand, would be happy if democrats successfully cheat ... anything to win ... right?
Notice it is only democrat machines in places like Chicago ... Detroit ... Philly ...
never a republican machine that runs an area like the gestapo.

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