Republicans Identify their weakness: Americans Who Can Vote!

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Republicans have honed in on the glitch in our democratic system - ordinary Americans having a say in their self-governance!

The former guy had identified the problem when he tried to disenfranchise entire counties that had indulged in a personal betrayal after four years of Trumpery, and he then tried threatening Republican office holders to get them to falsify the tally to fit his desires.

Unfortunately, Republican judges - including Trump-appointees - laughed the former totalitarian solution out of court, and integrity reared its ugly head to kill the latter.

Summoning his goons to attack Congress to prevent its certifying the democratic verdict fizzled as well amidst mayhem and carnage.

In 2021, an obscene level of Americans voted, the security of the elective process acclaimed by cyber-security experts, the Attorney General, and others, and just look the the result! - democracy wreaking havoc with Republican control!

Radically reducing the number of people voting would actually ease the strain on poll workers - fewer ballots to count, and less opportunity for goons to threaten them and their families!

Maybe, the GOP could institute a sudden "flash mob" approach to elections - time and place only confided to the "right people."

In any event, it'll be fun watching them contrive pretexts to impair the ability of an American to exercise her civic duty.


Georgia Republicans seek to end Sunday early voting,
a popular election method for Black voters
Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis calls for restrictive new voting laws
Might the exposure of all those fake claims of "voter fraud!" impair Republican politicians' populist zeal to suppress the populace?

Nine Election Fraud Claims, None Credible
Hardly. A legitimate vote can be thoroughly repugnant!

What'll they come up with?


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"Okay, Ms. You accurately recited the 27 Constitutional
Amendments in a passable Alabama accent...
Now, can you say, 'The sixth sick sheik's sixth sheep's sick,'

six times in under sixteen seconds?"
 

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Excellent!

Vote on the first Tuesday - period, end of story.

The DNC and RNC both have volunteered to pay the $5 to purchase a state ID.
 

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I thought that helping to get out the vote was the patriotic, American thing to do. Silly me!

The republican party is now unabashedly the anti-democracy party. If only they would recognize that the way to get Americans to vote for republicans is to run qualified, intelligent candidates whose policies are popular instead of narcissistic, authoritarian, stupid nutjobs. As several of them have acknowledged, the only way they can win elections is by cheating via an organized effort to disenfranchise as many Americans as possible.
 

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Oh my!

Wallet hub? wth?

where is Pogo to complain about your large fonts?
 

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Republicans have honed in on the glitch in our democratic system - ordinary Americans having a say in their self-governance!

The former guy had identified the problem when he tried to disenfranchise entire counties that had indulged in a personal betrayal after four years of Trumpery, and he then tried threatening Republican office holders to get them to falsify the tally to fit his desires.

Unfortunately, Republican judges - including Trump-appointees - laughed the former totalitarian solution out of court, and integrity reared its ugly head to kill the latter.

Summoning his goons to attack Congress to prevent its certifying the democratic verdict fizzled as well amidst mayhem and carnage.

In 2021, an obscene level of Americans voted, the security of the elective process acclaimed by cyber-security experts, the Attorney General, and others, and just look the the result! - democracy wreaking havoc with Republican control!

Radically reducing the number of people voting would actually ease the strain on poll workers - fewer ballots to count, and less opportunity for goons to threaten them and their families!

Maybe, the GOP could institute a sudden "flash mob" approach to elections - time and place only confided to the "right people."

In any event, it'll be fun watching them contrive pretexts to impair the ability of an American to exercise her civic duty.


Georgia Republicans seek to end Sunday early voting,
a popular election method for Black voters
Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis calls for restrictive new voting laws
Might the exposure of all those fake claims of "voter fraud!" impair Republican politicians' populist zeal to suppress the populace?

Nine Election Fraud Claims, None Credible
Hardly. A legitimate vote can be thoroughly repugnant!

What'll they come up with?


View attachment 459578
"Okay, Ms. You accurately recited the 27 Constitutional
Amendments in a passable Alabama accent...
Now, can you say, 'The sixth sick sheik's sixth sheep's sick,'

six times in under sixteen seconds?"
Remember, kids, black people are too dumb to get on the internet.
 

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I thought that helping to get out the vote was the patriotic, American thing to do. Silly me!

The republican party is now unabashedly the anti-democracy party. If only they would recognize that the way to get Americans to vote for republicans is to run qualified, intelligent candidates whose policies are popular instead of narcissistic, authoritarian, stupid nutjobs. As several of them have acknowledged, the only way they can win elections is by cheating via an organized effort to disenfranchise as many Americans as possible.
Sheer projection.
 

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Republicans have honed in on the glitch in our democratic system - ordinary Americans having a say in their self-governance!

The former guy had identified the problem when he tried to disenfranchise entire counties that had indulged in a personal betrayal after four years of Trumpery, and he then tried threatening Republican office holders to get them to falsify the tally to fit his desires.

Unfortunately, Republican judges - including Trump-appointees - laughed the former totalitarian solution out of court, and integrity reared its ugly head to kill the latter.

Summoning his goons to attack Congress to prevent its certifying the democratic verdict fizzled as well amidst mayhem and carnage.

In 2021, an obscene level of Americans voted, the security of the elective process acclaimed by cyber-security experts, the Attorney General, and others, and just look the the result! - democracy wreaking havoc with Republican control!

Radically reducing the number of people voting would actually ease the strain on poll workers - fewer ballots to count, and less opportunity for goons to threaten them and their families!

Maybe, the GOP could institute a sudden "flash mob" approach to elections - time and place only confided to the "right people."

In any event, it'll be fun watching them contrive pretexts to impair the ability of an American to exercise her civic duty.


Georgia Republicans seek to end Sunday early voting,
a popular election method for Black voters
Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis calls for restrictive new voting laws
Might the exposure of all those fake claims of "voter fraud!" impair Republican politicians' populist zeal to suppress the populace?

Nine Election Fraud Claims, None Credible
Hardly. A legitimate vote can be thoroughly repugnant!

What'll they come up with?


View attachment 459578
"Okay, Ms. You accurately recited the 27 Constitutional
Amendments in a passable Alabama accent...
Now, can you say, 'The sixth sick sheik's sixth sheep's sick,'

six times in under sixteen seconds?"
Yep. Republicans see the writing on the wall. Their time is coming to an end. So this is the last ditch effort to game the system.
 

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Republicans have honed in on the glitch in our democratic system - ordinary Americans having a say in their self-governance!

The former guy had identified the problem when he tried to disenfranchise entire counties that had indulged in a personal betrayal after four years of Trumpery, and he then tried threatening Republican office holders to get them to falsify the tally to fit his desires.

Unfortunately, Republican judges - including Trump-appointees - laughed the former totalitarian solution out of court, and integrity reared its ugly head to kill the latter.

Summoning his goons to attack Congress to prevent its certifying the democratic verdict fizzled as well amidst mayhem and carnage.

In 2021, an obscene level of Americans voted, the security of the elective process acclaimed by cyber-security experts, the Attorney General, and others, and just look the the result! - democracy wreaking havoc with Republican control!

Radically reducing the number of people voting would actually ease the strain on poll workers - fewer ballots to count, and less opportunity for goons to threaten them and their families!

Maybe, the GOP could institute a sudden "flash mob" approach to elections - time and place only confided to the "right people."

In any event, it'll be fun watching them contrive pretexts to impair the ability of an American to exercise her civic duty.


Georgia Republicans seek to end Sunday early voting,
a popular election method for Black voters
Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis calls for restrictive new voting laws
Might the exposure of all those fake claims of "voter fraud!" impair Republican politicians' populist zeal to suppress the populace?

Nine Election Fraud Claims, None Credible
Hardly. A legitimate vote can be thoroughly repugnant!

What'll they come up with?


View attachment 459578
"Okay, Ms. You accurately recited the 27 Constitutional
Amendments in a passable Alabama accent...
Now, can you say, 'The sixth sick sheik's sixth sheep's sick,'

six times in under sixteen seconds?"
Yep. Republicans see the writing on the wall. Their time is coming to an end. So this is the last ditch effort to game the system.
age of gop is over.jpg
 

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I thought that helping to get out the vote was the patriotic, American thing to do. Silly me!

The republican party is now unabashedly the anti-democracy party. If only they would recognize that the way to get Americans to vote for republicans is to run qualified, intelligent candidates whose policies are popular instead of narcissistic, authoritarian, stupid nutjobs. As several of them have acknowledged, the only way they can win elections is by cheating via an organized effort to disenfranchise as many Americans as possible.
Sheer projection.
Really? Please explain all of these unnecessary laws that are being proposed by the scared jackasses of the republican party. They know that they can't compete. Remember that there is no real widespread voter fraud, but there is voter suppression. I'm in Virginia, and all the republicans have run in my state are some right-wing nutjobs, anti-women, anti-LGBTs, crazy religionists. I remember when republicans were sane people, now they are just insane bimbos.
 

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Excellent!

Vote on the first Tuesday - period, end of story.

The DNC and RNC both have volunteered to pay the $5 to purchase a state ID.
Where is that in the Constitution? I’ll wait. :rolleyes:


https://www.loc.gov/law/help/statutes-at-large/28th-congress/session-2/c28s2ch1.pdf

Next .... ;)
Yes, I know that the Constitution mandates the day. Where does it specify that all votes must be cast in person on that day, or prohibit mail-in voting. I’ll wait. :)
 

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Republicans have honed in on the glitch in our democratic system - ordinary Americans having a say in their self-governance!

The former guy had identified the problem when he tried to disenfranchise entire counties that had indulged in a personal betrayal after four years of Trumpery, and he then tried threatening Republican office holders to get them to falsify the tally to fit his desires.

Unfortunately, Republican judges - including Trump-appointees - laughed the former totalitarian solution out of court, and integrity reared its ugly head to kill the latter.

Summoning his goons to attack Congress to prevent its certifying the democratic verdict fizzled as well amidst mayhem and carnage.

In 2021, an obscene level of Americans voted, the security of the elective process acclaimed by cyber-security experts, the Attorney General, and others, and just look the the result! - democracy wreaking havoc with Republican control!

Radically reducing the number of people voting would actually ease the strain on poll workers - fewer ballots to count, and less opportunity for goons to threaten them and their families!

Maybe, the GOP could institute a sudden "flash mob" approach to elections - time and place only confided to the "right people."

In any event, it'll be fun watching them contrive pretexts to impair the ability of an American to exercise her civic duty.


Georgia Republicans seek to end Sunday early voting,
a popular election method for Black voters
Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis calls for restrictive new voting laws
Might the exposure of all those fake claims of "voter fraud!" impair Republican politicians' populist zeal to suppress the populace?

Nine Election Fraud Claims, None Credible
Hardly. A legitimate vote can be thoroughly repugnant!

What'll they come up with?


View attachment 459578
"Okay, Ms. You accurately recited the 27 Constitutional
Amendments in a passable Alabama accent...
Now, can you say, 'The sixth sick sheik's sixth sheep's sick,'

six times in under sixteen seconds?"
Remember, kids, black people are too dumb to get on the internet.
Too poor.
 

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I thought that helping to get out the vote was the patriotic, American thing to do. Silly me!

The republican party is now unabashedly the anti-democracy party. If only they would recognize that the way to get Americans to vote for republicans is to run qualified, intelligent candidates whose policies are popular instead of narcissistic, authoritarian, stupid nutjobs. As several of them have acknowledged, the only way they can win elections is by cheating via an organized effort to disenfranchise as many Americans as possible.
Sheer projection.
Really? Please explain all of these unnecessary laws that are being proposed by the scared jackasses of the republican party. They know that they can't compete. Remember that there is no real widespread voter fraud, but there is voter suppression. I'm in Virginia, and all the republicans have run in my state are some right-wing nutjobs, anti-women, anti-LGBTs, crazy religionists. I remember when republicans were sane people, now they are just insane bimbos.
If the Democratic Party isn't free to steal elections, are any of us truly free?
 

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