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fearnobush Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Tue Dec-13-05 12:27 AM
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56. My exact thoughts. He doesn't like the idea of dark skinned people voting.
Edited on Tue Dec-13-05 12:28 AM by fearnobush
He will rule in favor for every new Jim Crow voting law that is sure to come unless the GOP owned and operated voting machines are stopped.


"Alito has also taken part in one significant voting rights case in which the circuit was divided. He was part of a three-judge panel that heard a case in which black voters challenged a school board's at-large system of electing members. Alito and another judge found that the voting method did not deprive minority voters of an equal chance to elect board members of their choice. The dissenter, Judge Max Rosenn, a Nixon appointee, wrote that at-large districts hamper minority representation. Rosenn said that Alito and the other judge allowed a voting system "which only by a series of flukes and anomalies has permitted any minority representation at all. This cannot be the desire of Congress, and it most certainly is not that of the Supreme Court."
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