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Feds Attack Florida for Trying to Stop Noncitizens from Voting

Posted by Steve Markowitz on June 1, 2012

The Miami Herald reported a story that is the epitome of federal government overreaching and political intervention.  Florida’s elections bureau was purging its voter rolls of noncitizens, i.e. those not eligible to vote.  While common sense indicates this to be a no-brainer, the US Department of Justice has ordered Florida to stop the effort.

According to the DOJ, Florida’s actions violate the 1965 Voting Rights Act and the 1993 National Voter Registration Act.  Here’s the government’s lame logic.  Since most of the illegal aliens are Hispanics and dark skinned, purging them from the voter rolls is discriminatory.  Left unsaid is the fact that these illegals are potential Obama voters.

So let’s see.  Enforcing the law now becomes dependent on one’s skin color.  We have sure come a long way baby!

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