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Monday, July 11, 2005

DoJ ignoring Republican Policy Committee

RPC issued a report calling for voting reforms.

But DoJ investigations show they're not listening.

Now we have more evidence that DoJ continues to spin out of control.

Now even the Republican Policy Committee is getting ignored.

Not all that long ago RPC issued a report with Duffield's Name on it. It called for some reforms in voting.

Small problem. Despite the need for reforms, what does DoJ do? It whitewashes an investigation into the Ohio Voting Fraud.

Coin Gate explodes.

It's all well and good to talk about reforming the process, Mr Duffield. But you also need to make sure that the people who are in charge of that process are reliable.

Self evidently, DoJ's white wash investigation shows DoJ isn't serious about reliable voting nor about the RPC.

Then again, why pay attention to facts when you're controlling all three branches of government.

More warning signs: Even the DoJ is moving without regard to its own policy guidance from within its own party.

What happens when the leadership is not only disconnect from the law and the people, but also the party?

It turns into Nazi Germany.

Is this starting to sink in, yet?