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The GOP in Wisconsin has decided to go ahead with Tuesday's election this despite the governor of the state wanting a postponement and a statewide stay at home order being in place. I just wonder why? During a time when the risk of holding such an election is substantial and real. I can agree to disagree on a whole lot of issues but this should be pretty straightforward.

I've seen a lot of the conservatives here claiming it's the Democrats who are politicizing this pandemic, but this plainly political maneuver by the GOP to depress voter turnout in the state is not just reprehensible but it's clearly dangerous.
 

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Maybe they sent out a memo to all repub's to NOT vote and all the filth would infect each other at the polls :)
 

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I've seen a lot of the conservatives here claiming it's the Democrats who are politicizing this pandemic, but this plainly political maneuver by the GOP to depress voter turnout in the state is not just reprehensible but it's clearly dangerous.
How does this advantage Republicans, Brainiac?
 

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I've seen a lot of the conservatives here claiming it's the Democrats who are politicizing this pandemic, but this plainly political maneuver by the GOP to depress voter turnout in the state is not just reprehensible but it's clearly dangerous.
How does this advantage Republicans, Brainiac?

He forgot to read that part of the message
 
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I've seen a lot of the conservatives here claiming it's the Democrats who are politicizing this pandemic, but this plainly political maneuver by the GOP to depress voter turnout in the state is not just reprehensible but it's clearly dangerous.
How does this advantage Republicans, Brainiac?
I will pretend this is an honest question. Demographically speaking it's been shown that Republicans benefit from low voter turnout. What Do Republicans Have Against High-Turnout Elections? Everything
But hey just pretend you don't know that the GOP has actively tried to suppress voting in numerous states.
 

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Demographically speaking it's been shown that Republicans benefit from low voter turnout. What Do Republicans Have Against High-Turnout Elections? Everything
John Nichols {the author of this article] is The Nation’s national-affairs correspondent and host of Next Left, The Nation’s podcast where politics gets personal with rising progressive politicians. He is the author of Horsemen of the Trumpocalypse: A Field Guide to the Most Dangerous People in America,

Is that the best you can do? :lame2:
 

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The GOP in Wisconsin has decided to go ahead with Tuesday's election this despite the governor of the state wanting a postponement and a statewide stay at home order being in place. I just wonder why? During a time when the risk of holding such an election is substantial and real. I can agree to disagree on a whole lot of issues but this should be pretty straightforward.

I've seen a lot of the conservatives here claiming it's the Democrats who are politicizing this pandemic, but this plainly political maneuver by the GOP to depress voter turnout in the state is not just reprehensible but it's clearly dangerous.

Hillaryous. Did Trump win the Democrat nomination?
 

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What a great story. Dem voters expose themselves to Coronavirus. Good thing Trump had the GOP side wrapped up and his supporters can stay home.
 

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The GOP in Wisconsin has decided to go ahead with Tuesday's election this despite the governor of the state wanting a postponement and a statewide stay at home order being in place. I just wonder why? During a time when the risk of holding such an election is substantial and real. I can agree to disagree on a whole lot of issues but this should be pretty straightforward.

I've seen a lot of the conservatives here claiming it's the Democrats who are politicizing this pandemic, but this plainly political maneuver by the GOP to depress voter turnout in the state is not just reprehensible but it's clearly dangerous.
Just showing how much they support life.
 

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