Tuesday, November 04, 2008

McCain files suit on behalf of military voters 
The State of Virginia failed to mail absentee ballots to military voters on time, so the McCain campaign has filed suit to extend the deadline for counting those ballots to the 14th.

What's amusing is this:

Responding to the suit, Obama campaign spokesman Kevin Griffis said the Democratic presidential candidate "is strongly committed to protecting the rights of veterans and active-duty military. That is why our campaign sent a letter to every secretary of state earlier this fall urging them to do everything they can to ensure that the vote of active military and veterans are counted."

Libtards are willing to run to the courts at the drop of the hat - especially to defend the rights of terrorists captured and held overseas.

When it comes to defending the rights of our own servicemen and women, though, well, not so much.

Military people: McCain went to court to fight on our behalf.

Obama sent a letter.

Well, I'm sure it was a very strongly worded letter.

"Just words, just speeches," indeed.

Splash, out


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