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Tuesday, January 08, 2008

Disenfranchisement of Absentee Voters

By John W. Lillpop

The following letter was sent to the San Francisco Chronicle, the San Francisco Examiner, and the San Jose Mercury News to bring attention to the disenfranchisement of absentee voters:

Dear Editor,

Upon receipt of my absentee ballot for the February 5 election, I immediately voted my conscience, hoping to spark a revolution for a better and more secure future.

For myself, that means YES! on the measure to keep corrupt state lawmakers from stealing money from motor fuel taxes in order to enrich the general fund.

It means NO! on anything that would reduce term limits. It means NO! on the measure to approve a $349,000,000 bond sale to prop up the wretched East Side Union School District.

In light of the illicit occupation of East San Jose by third-world illegal aliens, schools in that district should really be funded by the Mexican government.

It also means NO! on the four Compact measures which, if approved, would make gambling addiction even more of a cash cow for a state that already wastes $10.5 billion a year on illegal aliens.

Having finished my patriotic duty by voting wisely and prudently, I folded the ballot and placed it in the return envelope. It was then that I noticed that return of my ballot requires that $.58 in postage be affixed to the envelope!

Said postage to be paid for by me, regardless of ability to pay. Or disinclination to pay, to be more exact.

Holy voter fraud, this is like a poll tax!

How can it cost the Post Office $.58 to drop off an envelope at the Registrar of Voters? From anywhere in the danged state, much less the same city?

This is an outrage! It is discrimination against people who find $.58 postage to be usury, most likely criminal, and if the ACLU gets involved, unconstitutional.

I immediately e-mailed our two U.S. senators seeking financial relief for disenfranchised absentee voters. We are also in touch with the Justice Department and may decide to file a civil rights complaint as well.

Can we count on your paper to support the war that absentee voters must wage in order to remain free and independent?

John W Lillpop
San Jose, California