State’s lax voter-registration law could create new form of tourism

The other day I was trying to remember when it was that we began to stop taking voter integrity seriously. We take the number of votes seriously — we just don’t seem interested in…




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Hare Krishna’s, airports. Interesting.  Makes me think that actually its the GJ Regional Airport governing body where the ‘car’ is up on blocks, now that airports are mentioned and we are allowed to cast freely about for whatever random association pops into our addled head. You know, the beam in your own eye and all that. But one must come up with content somehow, I suppose. 

Anyhow, flash forward a couple of decades to today, reality, and the world of relevant information; and to the purported topic at hand. 

I don’t always agree with the Governor, I often do not; but its hard to look at actual metrics of the state’s performance and keep claiming that we are at the back of the pack, or that trends (as traditionally understood) have not been moving in the correct direction.  Thus, Rick’s premise is simply untrue. There might be reasons for opposing mail-in elections, but Wagner doesn’t make them—instead there is some vague connection to being worse than Detroit. 

There are undoubtedly conservative arguments to be made in putting forward a reason to elect the other guy, as opposed to continual—yet embarrassingly inept—attempts to tear down, all Wagner can attempt to do (and quite poorly).

Competition is good right?  Part of the hallmarks of the Free Market. Maybe the Sentinel can put out an RFP for a conservative fire-breathing columnist that can actually make solid reasoning a part of his argument?  Of course current columnists could reapply.

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