Tuesday, November 07, 2006

Democrats 9,000 Lawyers this ain’t your Mother’s Election

Democrats are going to put more Versace suits on the ground than the U.S. has boots on the ground in Iraq. Gone are the days when local mom and pop pollsters tally votes and turn in the result to the local authorizes.

Since 2000 Democrats have moved the American election process into the courts where the peoples control over their election process is lessened.

On Saturday and Sunday, hundreds of the 7,000 lawyers who are working on the election for the Democratic National Committee will board planes for Arizona, Florida, Maryland, Missouri, Ohio and 13 other states.

The Lawyers’ Committee for Civil Rights Under Law, the N.A.A.C.P. and the People for the American Way Foundation will jointly have 2,000 lawyers fanning out across 20 states.

The Republican National Committee is shipping out 150 lawyers on Monday to help hundreds of local lawyers in Florida, Michigan, Missouri, Tennessee and other states answering phones and working at polling stations policing against voter fraud.

This new face of American elections can only get uglier and we have no one to blame but ourselves for allowing the democratic process to be co-opted by insurgents in suits with briefcases.

What are we doing? This is not progress for Democracy this is reversion, this is devolution, and this is a downward move on the ladder of political descendancy.

If we don’t trust the process or each other it won’t be long until we are at each others throats. This is truly a signal that the beginning of the end is near.

We are fast becoming the Disunited States of America a country that’s political parties have been politically divorced in a hateful political disputed separation.

When voting today take your lawyer, who knows whether or not you’ll have to sue to vote.

Hey Ma I don’t think that America is a country for the people by the people any more and we’re definitely not in Kansas any more either!

This is supposed to be a nation of laws not lawyers.~Jeez!

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