The US Marines? The US Military ? Who Else?!
But, let them VOTE?! They just might not vote for those pesky Dems and Lefties who don’t want to supply arms and gear to help those fine VOLUNTEER servicemen and women keep us safe from MORE terrorism. They just might VOTE for someone who appreciates and understands their sacrifice. Politicians who respect them for recognizing that there are terrorists waiting to make another 9-11 happen within in our borders.
Remember when the voting age was dropped to 18 because the very VOCAL Lefties said if you’re old enough to fight then you’re OLD enough to VOTE. Well, HELLO!!!! If you’re SMART enough to FIGHT for “What is RIGHT” then you are SMART enough to VOTE!!
What’s next?A poll tax? A literacy test?
These same Dems and Lefties are working REAL hard to enfranchise felons and illegals .So let’s tell it like it really is…Felons and Illegals are a VOTE for the Left.
Let’s Stop this Charade. Contact your Congressmen NOW!!
Why won’t your Congressman Co-Sponsor this bill? Find out.
Make a difference.
Demand US. Military Personnel over-seas are permitted to VOTE in November.
WASHINGTON, D.C. — Rep. Roy Blunt, the House Republican whip, on July 8 introduced a resolution demanding that the Defense Department better enable U.S. military personnel overseas to vote in the November elections. That act was followed by silence. Democrats normally leap on an opportunity to find fault with the Bush Pentagon. But not a single Democrat joined Blunt as a co-sponsor, and an all-Republican proposal cannot pass in the Democratic-controlled House.
Analysis by the federal Election Assistance Commission, rejecting inflated Defense Department voting claims, estimated overseas and absentee military voting for the 2006 midterm elections at a disgracefully low 5.5 percent…………………..
The Soldier Voting Scandal
Robert D. Novak
Thursday, July 24, 2008
Excerpt: I reported four years ago that the problems of 2000 overseas military voting had not been corrected for the 2004 presidential election. At that time, Under Secretary of Defense David Chu was put in charge of the problem. During massive turnover at the Pentagon, Chu remains in place — best known among critics of the military vote problem for his chronic failure to return telephone calls.
Read more from Robert Novak at: http://www.townhall.com/columnists/RobertDNovak/2008/07/24/the_soldier_voting_scandal