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A Hot Air article titled – “Mickey Mouse” is free to petition for Scott Walker’s recall – talks of the Wisconsin government board that will accept the signatures of “Mickey Mouse” and even “Adolf Hitler” on petitions for a recall election.
As long as they are properly dated, they say.
What I say is that, if this stands, any and every legal document that requires your signature will then be highly questionable and likely null and void – should you employ a signature other than your name.
This is highly irregular and should be disallowed. Any lawyer care to weigh in?
At least, it would seem so.
Here’s an open letter to the AG from an ATF Agent. In Mexico.
Wonder if it will make a difference.
Nah. If his boss won’t hold his feet to the fire, there’s only one way to take care of the problem.
Elect someone else as President of the United States and – hopefully – most of BO’s administration gets replaced. Eric Holder first.
Oh, and then there’s this – apparently, Eric doesn’t think a photo ID is needed to vote. You know, we wouldn’t want any unnecessary burdens on anyone that doesn’t have a drivers license, or has to prove their identity when seeking a job, or credit, or cashing a check, or buying liquor. One would think that voting wasn’t as important as, you know, preventing fraud of any kind now is there?
UPDATEx2: From FB. This picture was recently updated to include an additional line item at the bottom of the list.
Got that? The NAACP apparently is taking their concerns about possible voter disenfranchisement, of minorities, to an organization rife with criminals (remember Oil for Food?, Darfur?).
Absolutely ridiculous on its face. Mostly because they don’t like the laws in this country, ACORN hasn’t done enough voter fraud – so they want even more of a chance to destroy our needs for constitutional freedoms and the Law of the Land.
Apparently, NAACP no longer trusts even our own government. I wonder why?
Direct attention away from this maybe?
On video. Milwaukee “occupiers” enticing kids with cigarettes for their signatures on a recall petition form.
Where, oh where, is the DOJ going to be on this now? Or, how about the state Attorney General?
By Artur Davis
I’ve changed my mind on voter ID laws — I think Alabama did the right thing in passing one — and I wish I had gotten it right when I was in political office.
The truth is that the most aggressive contemporary voter suppression in the African American community, at least in Alabama, is the wholesale manufacture of ballots, at the polls and absentee, in parts of the Black Belt.
Read the whole thing at Alabama Voices in the Montgomery Advertiser.
Hear this, Maryland?