Supreme Court Turns Down Hearing on Ohio Early Voting

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    http://livewire.talkingpointsmemo.com/entry/supreme-court-turns-down-ohio-early-voting-case.

    OH NO!!!! Say it ain't SO!!!

    The Supreme Court of The United States of America has turned down a request from the Secretary of State for Ohio to hear his appeal of a lower court decision requiring Early Voting for Ohio Voters.

    In effect, the Lower Court Decision is upheld and ALL REGISTERED OHIO VOTERS WHO WISH TO CAN VOTE EARLY.

    I know....I know.

    All you Mother Lovin', God Fearing, Apple Pie Eating, Girl You Left Knocked Up Back Home (After She Refused Your Offer to Pay For An Abortion) ConJobs, NeoNuts/RePugs/TeaHadists this means THAT ALL REGISTERED VOTERS WILL BE ALLOWED TO VOTE....NOT JUST THE REPUGS THAT THE SecState of Ohio wanted.

    Ain't Democracy Grand....eat it.
     
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    very good call in my view. in the end though way national polls are looking sadly even if obama wins ohio it probally won,t be enough to have a chance to win.
     
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    More people actually getting to vote. Must annoy the Hell out of the republicans.
     
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    Early voting isn't going to be the hoped for cure obama needs. Interviews with early voters reveal that what they are saying is "We have waited four years for this vote. There's no reason to wait."
     
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    the promblem for obama is even if he wins ohio it won,t be enough unless he win all of nv, nh,wi,mi and pa. loses any one of those and he is toast.
     
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    i am suprised why it would.
     
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    The amount of people allowed to vote was never the issue, the issue was people voting who where not eligible to vote, I.E. illegals,dead people etc.
    If the situation where reversed and these votes where going the GOP's way you would be in an uproar as well, to disagree would be disingenuous.
     
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    either way conservative should be not worried. with such a big lead nationally in the polls, even if they do not win ohio they probally still win at the moment.
     
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    63% - 37% doesn't sound good for Romney.

    Has Obama Already Won the Election? | NBC Chicago
     
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    promblem is man even if obama wins ohio, he need to win w1, mi,ia,mi and nv to have a chance. the way national polls looking that not looking like he win all five. With him now four points behind in two major national poll gallup and pew i am worried even a victory in ohio will not matter in the end.
     

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