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Rock'n chair Rambler  
Over Taxed, TX  
December 5, 2011 8:08am
 
"keep silent the majority of Texas in the new census numbers."

Huh? Well, are they minorities or are they the majority? Make up your damn mind. If you are in the majority, then the Act does not apply.

Regardless, how about MY voting rights, eh???!!!! Donít I have a right to vote and have my voice heard too? The fact that this is even an issue is clear, unmistakable proof that the Democrat party is the party of racism. It was the party of racism in 1962 when the Act was signed into law and it remains the party of racism today.

This is exactly why the country is so divided. An act of Congress originally meant to address a wrong that existed at the time and which has long since been eliminated, has been altered and is now being used by the Democrat party to subvert the system and get Democrats elected ON THE BASIS OF RACE. Is that not racial discrimination????!!!!

It is time to get rid of the Voting Rights Act. The 15th Amendment is all that is needed. We donít need redundant laws that only protect the interests of ďspecialĒ people and allow race baiting politicians to get elected or remain in power because of their skin color and thereby favoring one party over another.
     
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