Pax On Both Houses: Compendium Of Voter Fraud And Voter Suppression Posts
In the following video clip,Aasif Mandvi (of Jon Stewart's Daily Show) investigates GOP voter suppression on the wake of The Supreme Court decision to gut the Voting Rights Act.
Mandvi's report features Republican official, Don Yelton (of North Carolina), whose jaw-dropping stupidity and casually racist comments rival Jason Jones' recent interview with GOP strategist Noelle Nikpour for "most humiliating public performance by a national party representative." http://paxonbothhouses.blogspot.com/2013/10/watch-daily-show-ask-real-hostage.html
No sooner was Mandvi's interview broadcast than The Republican Party fired Mr. Yelton, saying his remarks were "profoundly offensive."
Yes, Yelton's remarks were indeed "profoundly offensive" but their pitch-and-moment was inconsequential relative to the GOP's determination to disenfranchise minority voters.
The Republican Party's traitorous obstruction of democratic process -- now legally sanctioned in North Carolina and other "confederate states" -- is the cornerstone of conservatism's "profoundly offensive" behavior.
By reflecting candidly on that behavior, Mr. Yelton merely laid bare the true intent of the villains who now control "The Party of Angry, Old White Guys."
In effect, Yelton pointed to the pile of political s___ blown out the ass of The Republican Party and the GOP fired its lackey for accurately describing his overlords' fondness for feces flinging.