Thursday, February 24, 2005

Sen. Clinton pushes voting holiday, allowing ex-cons to vote
WASHINGTON (AP) Sen. Hillary Rodham Clinton, a possible White House candidate in 2008, joined 2004 nominee John Kerry and other Democrats Thursday in urging that Election Day be made a federal holiday to encourage voting.

She also pushed for legislation that would allow all ex-felons to vote.
Standing with Massachusetts Sen. Kerry and other Democrats who had alleged voting irregularities in the 2004 contest, Clinton said, 'Once again we had a federal election that demonstrates we have a long way to go.'

'I think it's also necessary to make sure our elections meet the highest national standards,' said the New York senator. "

Okay, here are the Demogogs ONCE AGAIN trying to get the felon vote, because they feel that felons will vote the D way. It doesn't matter that these people are "ex-felons". What the hell is an ex-felon?? Either you are a felon or you are not. You may have paid your debt to society, or have fooled the parole board (which is more likely), but you are a Convicted Felon.

Lets face the facts, after you cried you were "victim" to a judge or jury (which is even more likely), and you were convicted in our liberal courts you lost your rights. Sorry. If you prey upon society, society gets some Payback.

The National Holiday idea isn't bad, though... as long as I don't have to elbow my way past the criminal dregs of society to get to the polls.


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