In fact I'd love to see the "new Black Panthers" block a military voting station or booth somewhere sometime since those sacks of crud love intimidation old ladies and the meek.
Soldier overseas? No voting for you: "In the wake of the Department of Justice's New Black Panther Party scandal, a second former DOJ attorney has now come forward, blasting the department for failing to protect American soldiers' right to vote.What's even more alarming, the attorney claims, is that despite congressional mandates passed in 2009 to ensure military personnel overseas can participate in elections, the DOJ's Voting Section is ignoring the new laws and may allow thousands of ballots to slip through the cracks uncounted in November.Everybody talks about the problems, but 'Taking America Back' actually offers some solutions for what the nation faces. Get it now.M. Eric Eversole is a former litigation attorney for the Voting Section of the U.S. Department of Justice and an advocate for military voters. In an opinion piece in The Washington Times, Eversole explains how soldiers in the field may be disenfranchised in the 2010 election.'Absentee ballots must be sent to overseas military voters at least 45 days before an election to give those voters sufficient time to receive and return their ballots,' Eversole explains. 'The Military Postal Service Agency goes one step further and recommends that absentee ballots be sent to war zones 60 days before an election.'But legal complaints, news stories and studies all showed dozens of states failing to give soldiers enough time to vote in the 2008 election – resulting in tens of thousands of soldiers' mailed ballots that arrived too late to be counted, perhaps enough to swing, for example, Minnesota's closely contested election of Democrat Senator Al Franken.(Story continues here at WND )