Thursday, October 19, 2006

Politics, Hypocrisy: GOTV

GOTV - Get Out The Vote. Both parties say they're for it. But a Republican campaign in California is trying to frighten people into not voting.
SANTA ANA, Calif. - State investigators have linked a Republican campaign to letters sent to thousands of Orange County Hispanics warning them they could go to jail or be deported if they vote next month, a spokesman for the attorney general said.


Anonymous said...

How about the hypocrisy of liberals not only not having a plan other than "We are not Republicans, " but appeasing Islam and not recognizing when fear is completely justified. Do you remember the NY city terrorist who Democrats called an example of fear monger? Well, he just plead guilty. Get a clue.

You seem to follow libralism blindly.


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Greg said...

Charles, I don't see how your comments have anything to do with Republicans sending letters to try to dissuade people from voting. I thought voting was for all parties. How does this story say I follow liberalism blindly?

Anonymous said...

In logic, it is considered methodologically bankrupt to answer a question with a question.

The constant harping of Democrats claiming fear tactics is stupid and verifiably so.

You never answered my question about the poor tactics of liberals.

People should, in fact, be extremely afraid not only of Islam's intentions, but of Democratic appeasement.

Anonymous said...

Most Americans DO NOT want illegal immigrants in the U.S. and, per democracy, they should be made to fear having to leave our soil. The law is the law. This is just Republicans being sucked into the insanity of political correctness and multiculturalism.

The best medicine for overcoming being a Democrat or Republican is to seriously read both sides over a long period of time. Not to do so is wilfull blindness.