Vote early and often for Obama in Ohio

Thomas Lifson
The Associated Press takes note of a new Ohio law that permits voters to register on election day and vote via absentee ballot.  No ID will be required.

Although Democrats maintain that election boards can put a hold on ballots about which there is suspicion, it takes little imagination to see cries of racism arising if ballots in minority neighborhoods are challenged, or local election officials turning a blind eye.

Gateway Pundit aptly comments, "Ohio Becomes Little Zimbabwe"

Hat tip: Alan Fraser
The Associated Press takes note of a new Ohio law that permits voters to register on election day and vote via absentee ballot.  No ID will be required.

Although Democrats maintain that election boards can put a hold on ballots about which there is suspicion, it takes little imagination to see cries of racism arising if ballots in minority neighborhoods are challenged, or local election officials turning a blind eye.

Gateway Pundit aptly comments, "Ohio Becomes Little Zimbabwe"

Hat tip: Alan Fraser