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Reply #13: ok, goggled the two EAc commissioners. both Bush appointees. One is republican. [View All]

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robinlynne Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Sat May-21-11 02:05 PM
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13. ok, goggled the two EAc commissioners. both Bush appointees. One is republican.
the other couldn't find her party but her only interviews are on fox news. The other 2 seats are...empty. So basically there is no citizen voice there. not even a Democratic Party voice, or else, the pArty doe snot care about elections. Why would they let the exact same corrupt system Bush put in place continue without even a changing of the guard? I mean these seats are presidential appointees. We still have Bush's people in office. only.
which says to me that the D party likes the Bush status quo vis-a-vis elections. why would that be?
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