Skip to comments.Senate Votes to Ban Third Parties from Ohio Elections
Posted on 10/14/2013 5:31:00 PM PDT by Tolerance Sucks Rocks
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Two-Party Establishment Nanny State PING!
The Write-in Party
That’s how they want to play, then let’s play.
Take over the GOP from the inside. Crucify and destroy anyone who gets in the way. The establishment candidates should be subject to vicious, personal attacks from within the GOP until the establishment is scared of their own party.
The traitors grow nervous, I see.
is this legal???
what happened to our FREEDOM?
If voting for a third party candidate changed anything it would be illegal...
The commie ‘RATS and their “rebranded” GOOBer significant others are starting to get worried. We the People are starting to rise.
If it wasn’t for the “Green Party”, Gore would have been president.
How is this legal? I know you can do this kind of crap in the EUSSR, but in America? Banning opposition parties?
I’m quite sure it’s unConstitutional (parties didn’t even exist at the founding), but not at all confident in the integrity of the Ohio Supremes (not a knock on them personally, just commenting on recent jurisprudential trends) or SCOTUS to strike it down.
Third parties turn any election into a guaranteed win!
It’s in this environment that the Ohio State Senate has passed this bill which would essentially eliminate all third party candidates from ballots.
So does vote fraud.
Ohio Senate: “First Amendment? Never heard of it.”
Im SICK of these guys! Hannity: It may be time for a new conservative party in America
Boehner’s fault and state.
The U.S. has become not only a cesspool, but is also quickly transforming into a Fascist state.
Both parties sold us out, and now they protect themselves against the voters by only allowing us to vote for them.
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