Niagara Gazette

Opinion

October 2, 2012

BRADBERRY: Pivot, walk-back and double-down shuffle

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Niagara Gazette —

Thankfully, most of the outrageously blatant voter suppression schemes, including the most obviously partisan and redundant voter identification documentation requirements, ostensibly designed to prevent what amounts to be nearly totally if not completely non-existent, and more likely entirely imaginary voter fraud, have been rejected by the courts as transparent efforts to disenfranchise legitimate electors from carrying out their constitutional right.

Regardless of your political persuasion, and whether you are active in your party or not, pay close attention to what’s going on (or not) in both parties; focus on the real issues, listen carefully to the questions asked, and see if the candidates are actually answering the questions, or whether they are trying to dance around them, then pick your winner and cast your vote as if your life depends on it; it just may.

Contact Bill at bill.bradberry@yahoo.com.

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