The executive director of Missouri’s Republican party could barely contain his rage when he learned that one of the facets of recent protests in Ferguson has been a voter registration drive. His reaction betrays a sense of entitlement that comes from living in an age of political apathy: citizens shouldn’t be allowed to vote for change when they see injustice in the world, that isn’t “fair.”…
Chances of getting struck by lightning in one year: 1 in 700,000.
Instances of voting fraud since 2000: 31 in 1,000,000,000.
How are conservatives going to justify blatant voter suppression now?
Does anyone honestly think the facts are going to change the Conservatives mind? They haven’t yet.