current event 7 - doing their best.” But no one really...

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Ryan Pool 10/29/2010 Hannity, 10/26, 6 p.m. Guests: Jay Sekulow Current Event 7 In this episode, Hannity discussed the upcoming election. He was joined by Jay Sekulow, the chief counsel for the American Center for Law and Justice, to discuss the issue of voter fraud. Hannity asked how rampant of a problem is voter fraud? Is it really as bad as it seems to be portrayed to be or is it a minor issue? Sekulow answered that it can be a very widespread problem but there is little data to provide information on the impacts, effects, and amount of voter fraud. In an election this crucial the smallest system glitches and frauds could make a large difference in the outcome of the election. Hannity brought up the issue of service men and women not receiving ballots in time to vote. Hannity seemed to be outraged over the indifference of the election coordinators for the Armed Forces. There seems to be no urgency in the coordinators to find a solution for getting ballots to service men and women. Many of the coordinators simply say “they are
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Unformatted text preview: doing their best.” But no one really knows what qualifies as his or her best. Corruption in the voting system does not benefit the American election system at all. The people who violate the voting rules and cheat in the elections go against the basic ideals of the American political system. By violating these, the cheaters are breaking the ideals that all people are represented equally and that there will be a fair election for any governmental, elected positions. Also the issue of our troops having trouble voting is disheartening. This makes me sad because if anyone deserves to have a say in voting, it is the men and women who are risking their lives daily for our country and its military obligations around the globe. By denying the men and women of the armed forces their ability to vote, we are disrespecting the people who deserve our respect the most....
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