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Letters: Voting made hard

September 29, 2012

Re "Tea party polices voter rolls," Sept. 27

It is disturbing to learn of the Republicans' plan to win by curtailing voting. In other words, they are depriving the poor and minorities of their voting rights.

What I find absolutely horrendous is the lack of outrage by Republican leaders as they allow a basic right to be jeopardized so they can win.

How hypocritical their brand of democracy must look to the rest of the world.

Fran Gale

Laguna Niguel

Perhaps some independent Third World observers should come to the United States to ensure that a fair and open election takes place in November.

Maureen Cobas



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