Who Haven’t the Republicans Whipped Out Their Haterade On?

(image c/o Mother Jones)

Let’s see. They covered vulnerable voters with ACORN. They are losing the Wisconsin battle, but are winning the war on unions. They’re currently whacking away at uppity bitches. Who else is left?

Oh hey…don’t forget college students!

“Voting as a liberal. That’s what kids do,” [NH Speaker William O’Brien] added, his comments taped by a state Democratic Party staffer and posted on YouTube. Students lack “life experience,” and “they just vote their feelings.”

New Hampshire House Republicans are pushing for new laws that would prohibit many college students from voting in the state – and effectively keep some from voting at all.

One bill would permit students to vote in their college towns only if they or their parents had previously established permanent residency there – requiring all others to vote in the states or other New Hampshire towns they come from. Another bill would end Election Day registration, which O’Brien said unleashes swarms of students on polling places, creating opportunities for fraud.

I think that just about covers it!

Hey, you remember when the Reps succeeded in destroying ACORN with its fake-ass “pimp sting” (much like that stupid Lila Rose failcow and her failcow stunt)? Because that demonstrated voter fraud on ACORN’s part, somehow. Meanwhile, Republicans are actively passing laws to  disenfranchise voters. LOL.


2 Responses to “Who Haven’t the Republicans Whipped Out Their Haterade On?”

  1. March 9, 2011 at 4:14 am

    How utterly disrespectful. If the majority of that demographic voted conservative, he’d be saying it is a sign that the education process is improving. What’s next, raise the drinking age to 60? I bet he wouldn’t support raising the age for going to war. So a college student, old enough to die for their country is old enough to vote! Bottom Line.

  2. March 9, 2011 at 4:29 am

    “What’s next, raise the drinking age to 60?”

    Feh! Typical liberal, with your nanny state solutions. The GOP would drop all that age-limit nonsense soon enough. The kids will need a way to bond after toiling in the t-shirt factories all day, after all.

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