http://hotair.com/archives/2011/03/31/j … nbpp-case/
Yup Holder's DOJ exonerated itself in the case of voter intimidation that it won but choose to dismiss because Holder didn't think it was right to procesecute "his people" because 150 years ago one of their relatives might have been a slave or related to a slave... or well it's nonsense! We have a justice dept that has unilaterally decided that everyone shouldn't be treated equally under the law!
http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2010/10/2 … 76187.html
Let us remember that voter intimidation is a bipartisan issue..
It needs to be attacked on all fronts..
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