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Advocates Cite Purported MOVE Act Violations in Seven More States

30th September 2010

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An organization fighting to ensure that all overseas members of the U.S. military have the opportunity to vote has sent a letter to Attorney General Eric Holder listing what it says are violations of the federal MOVE Act in two states and in multiple counties in five other states, FoxNews.com has learned.

And, of course, Holder doesn’t care — the last thing he wants is more military personnel, most of whom vote Republican (and can you blame them?), to vote in these crucial mid-term elections.

3 Responses to “Advocates Cite Purported MOVE Act Violations in Seven More States”

  1. Whitehawk Says:

    Maybe if a group of minority service personel wrote a strongly worded letter to Mr. Holder…Eh, maybe not.

  2. Tim of Angle Says:

    Maybe if a SEAL team ripped him out of his office and took him to Guantanamo … Eh, maybe not.

  3. RealRick Says:

    It’s tough to stand out in an administration as full of incompetent people as the “O” Admin., but Holder has managed to stand out. In fact, he may well be one of the worst government officials never to be lynched or imprisoned.

    Well, yet.