Saturday, August 4, 2012

Obama Restricting Military Voting In Ohio

It is apparently obvious that the Democratic Party has a hard time gaining the support of the United States Military when it comes to election outcomes, but one campaign has stooped pretty low in order to ensure that the military does not sway the election coming up in November.

From Brietbart:

On July 17th, the Obama for America Campaign, the Democratic National Committee and the Ohio Democratic Party filed suit in OH to strike down part of that state's law governing voting by members of the military. Their suit said that part of the law is "arbitrary" with "no discernible rational basis." 
Currently, Ohio allows the public to vote early in-person up until the Friday before the election. Members of the military are given three extra days to do so. While the Democrats may see this as "arbitrary" and having "no discernible rational basis," I think it is entirely reasonable given the demands on servicemen and women's time and their obligations to their sworn duty. 

It is pathetic to think that a Presidential campaign will work so hard to ensure that the military does not deliver a defeat for their campaign. It is completely rational why the military is given extra time to vote because they are generally too busy caring out the unnecessary wars that Republicans and Democrats perpetrate.

Obama and his campaign should be ashamed of themselves to pull a stunt like this and especially in a swing state because they know this state could be the deciding factor in the 2012 election.

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