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    Coloradans can vote early, vote often in recall election on gun opponents

    "The Voter Access and Modernized Elections Act, passed by the Democrat-controlled legislature in May with no Republican votes, allows same-day voter registration and makes mail-in voting the norm. But it goes even further than that, critics say.

    The Colorado flap is emerging as dozens of states battle over the balance between curbing voter fraud and encouraging voter turnout. At least six states — Indiana, Michigan, Missouri, Tennessee, Texas and Wisconsin — are fighting lawsuits claiming that requiring photo identification amounts to voter suppression, according to the National Conference of State Legislatures."

    http://www.washingtontimes.com/news/...in-recall-ele/
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    Here's to hoping that there's a great number of open carrying poll watchers there.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Nightmare View Post
    "The Voter Access and Modernized Elections Act, passed by the Democrat-controlled legislature in May with no Republican votes, allows same-day voter registration and makes mail-in voting the norm. But it goes even further than that, critics say.

    The Colorado flap is emerging as dozens of states battle over the balance between curbing voter fraud and encouraging voter turnout. At least six states — Indiana, Michigan, Missouri, Tennessee, Texas and Wisconsin — are fighting lawsuits claiming that requiring photo identification amounts to voter suppression, according to the National Conference of State Legislatures."

    http://www.washingtontimes.com/news/...in-recall-ele/

    Colorado voters to Bloomberg: Liberty not for sale

    To follow a popular gun prohibition meme after yesterday’s recall of two anti-gun lawmakers in Colorado, it was “easy access to votes” that made it possible for gun owners, including many angry gun owning Democrats, to oust Democrats John Morse and Angela Giron.

    http://www.examiner.com/article/colo...y-not-for-sale

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    Giron was crying on CNN "voter suppression" that Coloradans overwhelmingly vote by mail. Bullschiesse, and there should never be shotgunning of mail in ballots because far too many are lifted and filled out by people committing fraud (just as the Democrats want).

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    Quote Originally Posted by Saxxon View Post
    Giron was crying on CNN "voter suppression" that Coloradans overwhelmingly vote by mail. Bullschiesse, and there should never be shotgunning of mail in ballots because far too many are lifted and filled out by people committing fraud (just as the Democrats want).
    ROFL at this swine right? Suppression...wait- it was Bush's fault, yeah, thats better

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    Quote Originally Posted by Saxxon View Post
    Giron was crying on CNN "voter suppression" that Coloradans overwhelmingly vote by mail. Bullschiesse, and there should never be shotgunning of mail in ballots because far too many are lifted and filled out by people committing fraud (just as the Democrats want).
    I saw that, too.
    In case anyone missed it:

    I love the constipated look on Giron's face when she was slammed by the anchor.
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    Hmmm. Did she also support recreational pot? I betcha did not only did, but been doing some.

    This is what I got from her interview-

    0:37-0:44 - 70% of Coloradans vote by mail, but some how "we" didn't have access to that?
    Then how does she know 70% of Colorado voters vote through the mail? How did she get voted into office without knowing this?

    1:29-1:38 - Yet all these people in support of "common-sense gun legislation" were'nt able to get to the polls...but they DO vote by ballot! AND the've been doing that for 25 years.
    Ok. They couldn't get to the polls, even though they vote by mail...? And they actually vote by ballot? OMG! What a fascinating new concept, voting by ballot!

    1:56-2:14 - They didn't know what the "rules of the game were", a week out from the election, where to vote, how to vote, how to get a ballot in the mail, leading to confusion.
    Ok, let me get this straight. "They", whoever "they" is, didn't know the rules of the game. Even though 70% of Coloradans allegedly vote by mail, they still couldn't vote (by mail) because they not only couldn't get to the polls, but they didn't know where to vote, how to vote or how to get a ballot in the mail. Even though they've been doing this for 25 years....
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