Wednesday, July 04, 2007

US DOJ sues Mississippi using Voters' Rights Act

Cross-posted at Rosemary's Thoughts.

This is outrageous. In one county of Mississippi, there was flagrant voters' rights denied, manipulated, paid off notaries public to illegally mark certain ballots, they imported illegal voters to run for office, they manipulated the registration rolls and so many other crimes that I'm surprised we haven't heard from the high heavens ne'er a word about this.

Here is one quote from Judge Tom Lee, "These abuses have been racially motivated." Where is Al Sharpton? Where is Jesse Jackson? Anyone? Hmm. This seems unual. Let us read further. Maybe they do show up.

The man who is in charge of local politics is Ike Brown. He does not appear to be related to any of the bigwigs in the north. Oh, he is also a two time felon. Judge Lee had this to say about Mr. Lee, "...being the majority race in Noxubee County, [he believes that the politians] should hold all elected offices, to the exclusion..." of all other races. There are 12,500 people that live in this county and the other race makes up 30% of all the people, yet they only hold 2 out of 26 seats in that county.

Judge Lee went on to condemn the political party of Mr. Brown for not taking more agressive steps to stop this abuse.

No. I don't see mention of the usual northern clamering people. Oh well. Maybe next time?

This is a great article, because it was written at all. It is a travesty of justice and it mocks our constitutional rights. I have not mentioned his race or party on purpose. Mr. Brown is a black man who believes that 'his' county's political seats should be held only by blacks, no whites need apply. Yes, he is a member of the Democrats. So are 9 out of 10 people in the press. Is it any wonder why you haven't heard of this travesty?

You want to start talking about a fairness doctrine? I say, "Let us start with the press."

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