I have long contended that generally speaking, "projection" is the modus operandi of most political name-callers.
Here's another proof.
Fairfax general registrar Rokey Suleman [a Democrat] said Thursday that he has had to reject some of the ballots because of a Virginia law passed in 2002. That law — then called Senate Bill 113, sponsored by then state Sen. Bill Bolling — requires that when an overseas citizen wants to request an absentee ballot and cast a vote with the same paperwork, it requires not only a witness signature but also the current address of the witness.
The McCain campaign said there’s not even a space for the witness to list an address. Suleman agreed; he said the federal document was changed in recent years and the space for the witness address was removed. But the Virginia law hasn’t changed.
The rejected ballots were from servicemen deployed overseas (surprise!!!)
This, my friends, is "Vote Suppression" writ large.
At the same time, Virginia Democrats are bending every single corner to "assist" college students to vote...
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Is it not surprising that the dem's and liberals want to surpress votes. They don't want to talk about this, do they, as they are clean as the wind driven snow.
There is no doubt that the Dem's are going to steal this election and the sad thing is that Obama probably could win without the fraud perpertrated by the Dem's.
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