Friday, September 10, 2010

If no one can vote....

...then we don't have to worry about diluting the minority vote right?

(Group sues to block vote on banning red-light cameras, Bradley Olson, ChronBlog)
Boosters of Houston's 70 red-light cameras are seeking to prevent a November vote on whether to ban the devices, alleging in a federal lawsuit that the initiative was placed on the ballot illegally and that it could violate the Voting Rights Act.
Perhaps 'not getting to vote' is now preferable to 'possibly voting down a program' that's making big political donors a LOT of money?

Voting rights of the ruling class one presumes.....

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