Mentioned as exposing who was involved in this was Rob Eno. Didn't he used to be a member of the LRCC?
I would like to be straight here. I would rather lose an election than see legitimate voters not registered. On the other hand, legitimate voters should show some interest in being registered. Same on voting itself. To paraphrase H L Mencken,
Progressivism: The haunting fear that someone, somewhere, may be happy just the way they are.♠But, then, he also said:
Democracy is the theory that the common people know what they want and deserve to get it good and hard.He was such a cynic.
It is not that a crime has been committed, but that the limits to which the campaign is willing to go may not exist. I find that to usually be dangerous.
Hat tip to the Instapundit.
Regards — Cliff
♠ I am not as cynical as H L Mencken, quoted above, or John Steele Gordon, quoted at InstaPundit, who wrote recently: "Implicit in all of these revelations, of course, is the firmest, if never directly expressed, belief of the Left: That the average person is too stupid to run his own life, let alone make public policy decisions. Those few, those happy few, that band of liberal intellectuals, must do that for them." I give you What's The Matter With Kansas?