The Ohio Democrat Party joined the ‘party’ and along with the Obama for America Campaign and the Democratic National Committee (DNC) – the 3 filed suit to reduce the three extra days the members of our military have to vote…because, you know they might be busy and might need those extra days.
According to the sue-happy administration and Democrats, the Military has “no discernible rational basis” for needing extra time.
That’s a good argument considering Military absentee votes are seldom counted – but you have to think if you show up to vote in your own district, three days, or two days or one day early, you might get counted.
That’s the problem: counted Military votes. A Rasmussen Poll released on July 22nd shows that Vets prefer Romney 59% to 35%. My assumption is that “veterans” are different from “active duty” Military, and I haven’t found a poll of candidate preference among active duty Military – other than knowing they have contributed heavily to Ron Paul. Considering that, unless someone throws away their vote and writes him in or votes for Gary Johnson, Romney is closer to Paul than Obama (understatement? Yes.). Thanks to Bluegrass Pundit.