Wednesday, December 14, 2011

"Whaddya Mean, 'Ambiguous'"?

Hinderaker continues his coverage of the new "vote" initiative from Holder, the most corrupt AG in history.  But Hinderaker makes an error.

There was, of course, a certain irony in Holder’s choice of a site for his speech. Lyndon Johnson signed the Voting Rights Act in 1965–Holder’s intended reference–but he is also associated with voter fraud. It is universally acknowledged, I believe, that Johnson stole his first Senate election in 1948, and voter fraud carried out under his expert guidance in 1960 helped Kennedy carry Texas. So Holder’s placing himself in the tradition of Lyndon Johnson invokes an ambiguous heritage, at best.

No ambiguity at all, Mr. Hinderaker.  Holder's idea of "voting rights" is to endorse and extend LBJ's heritage:  fraud and manipulation.  If Holder could have, he would have bi-located and delivered his screed from Richard Daley's front porch AND LBJ's library.

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