LOL! Texas GOP split on which version of voter integrity bill will cross the finish line... (link)


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May 29, 2001
and right on queue, here come the news articles about the list of corporations who oppose the bills claiming "voter suppression." They're like Pavlov's dogs...

In Texas, American Airlines and Dell Technologies, headquartered in Round Rock, stood alone in declaring their opposition to specific Republicans’ legislative proposals that would further restrict voting in the state.

The airline, which also signed onto Tuesday’s statement, took aim at Senate Bill 7, one of the broadest pieces of voting legislation this year that restricts early voting rules and hours, how voters can receive applications to vote by mail and the distribution of polling places in diverse urban areas, among several other provisions. Dell came out against House Bill 6, which makes it a state jail felony for local election officials to distribute unsolicited applications to vote by mail, requires people assisting voters to disclose the reason a voter needs help casting a ballot — even if it’s for medical reasons — and enhances criminal liability for election workers’ treatment of partisan poll watchers.

Look, if the board rooms of Hewlett-Packard, Microsoft, Unilever, Patagonia et al don't care about the sanctity of the vote then it's time to push back. It's bad enough you must obey your boss unconditionally at work. Now they want to tell you what to do on your own time.


Thank you.


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Apr 5, 2011
Pa and Fl
Never, ever trust or vote for a crazy con, you just can't trust them. They love the "BIG LIE".
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