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Arizona Republic Columnist Thinks Arizona Lawsuit Against Voting Rights Act May Win

Published on August 31, 2011, by in General.

Robert Robb, columnist for the Arizona Republic, the daily newspaper of Phoenix, writes here that Arizona has a good chance of winning its recently filed lawsuit against part of the federal Voting Rights Act. The case, filed last week, is State of Arizona v Holder, U.S. District Court, Washington D.C., 11-1559. It has been assigned to U.S. District Court Judge Amy Berman Jackson, an Obama appointee. It argues that the pre-clearance parts of the Act are unconstitutional. The law has been upheld many times in the past, but past precedents may no longer control, as the column explains.

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  1. Demo Rep

    The mess since 1965 — now a mere 46 years ago in the Dark Age — is due to the now routine perversion of the Const by the then SCOTUS robot party hack being *politically correct*.

    14th Amdt, Sec. 2 — 15th Amdt connection.

    Nov 1868 Prez election – Prez Grant barely won in many northern States having many black ex-Union Army and Navy vets.

    Result – Elephant PANIC in Jan-Feb 1869 — to get the 15th Amdt. See about a foot thick of the Congressional Globe — 15th Amdt debates nonstop for about 8 weeks.

    IF the Congress gerrymander MORONS want to REALLY enforce the 13-14-15 amdts, then they can pass a ONE line law —

    If any Government officer or employee, Federal, State or local violates any part of the 13th, 14th or 15th Amendments, then they shall be put to death by a public firing squad having machine guns [or merely be put in jail for 200 years, be fined 10 Billion dollars, etc.]

    Way too hard for the Congress and SCOTUS M-O-R-O-N-S to understand ???

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