Thursday, September 12, 2013

Voter Suppression

Voters in Colorado recently went to the polls, and ousted two Democratic lawmakers who wouldn't listen to their constituents.  That's the way it works.  You didn't listen and you got recalled.  Too bad, so sad.

So, what are the Democrats blaming the defeat on?  Voter suppression.  The voters didn't know where to vote, they couldn't vote by mail, the districts had been redrawn, it was just one confusing mess.  Hot Air covers it all

It's all voter suppression, all the time.  I have just one question for Ms. Giron that talks exactly to voter suppression.  Since 2010, the Democrats have been the dominant party in Colorado.  If the voters were suppressed, if mail-in votes weren't accepted, if folks didn't know where to go vote, who's fault  is that?  It seems to me that the Democrats were running the state, and the voters were confused.  It looks to me like the mass confusion was the Democrats fault.

Look, Ms. Giron.  You lost, plainly, simply, and fairly.  And, you were beaten by amateurs.  Get over it and realize that you're just the first Democrat fired during this election cycle.


Gerry N. said...

Strangely, here in ultralib WA State, Gun Control goes exactly nowhere every time it's tried. Even the richest man on the planet had no effect when he tossed his money and support into the last Gun Control effort. Only two counties passed it out of 39.

Clublights said...

I dunno how she can claim that..

EVERYONE in Colorado knew there were no mail in ballots.. I'm not even in her district and I knew that. It was on the evening news EVERY night.

But ok .. give her the rope to hang her self..

If the lack of mail in ballots and confusion on where to vote DID prevail .. then it would be fact that both sides saw equal ( or close to equal) vote "suppression"

But again everyone knew the score weeks before the election.