Naturally, they're "conservative" idiots:
“I’ve always felt that it was unconstitutional... I would’ve agreed in 1965 that something had to be done, but it should’ve been done to all 50 states. I just always felt that was wrong, that was a violation of the 10th Amendment to begin with, of states’ rights.” — Rep. Bill Denny, R-Miss., and chairman of the House Elections Committee.I have absolutely NO idea what Bill Denny is talking about. Does he even understand the Constitution?
“We’re free and clear to follow through with our law now without any restriction by the Justice Department... Last year I think we spent over a half a million dollars defending our pre-clearance cases. That cost will be eliminated in the future as a result of this opinion.” — Florida Secretary of State Ken Detzner.No you're not free and clear to follow through with your law. We know what you have done to suppress the minority vote in the 2012 and we're not going to let you do it in the name of power for the GOP.
“Today’s Supreme Court’s ruling invalidating the preclearance requirements contained within the Voting Rights Act is a win for fairness, South Carolina, and the rule of law... The court’s ruling will hopefully end the practice of treating states differently and recognizes that we live in 2013, not the 1960’s.” —Rep. Jeff Duncan, R-S.C.Win for fairness? Fairness for the GOP you mean, right?
How soon can we get Democratic challengers to defeat Congressmen Bill Denny and Jeff Duncan, as well as Ken Detzner, for re-election?