Thursday, October 27, 2005
Sue takes aim at non-profits...
Among the groups spearheading the effort to defeat the legislation, which if approved by the Senate, would prohibit non-profit groups from engaging in such non-partisan events as voter registration, was the League of Women Voters, a group best-known for sponsoring voter registration and various debates. Here's what that super-radical group had to say about the legislation, which like some of the more controversial laws passed by the House this year eked through with a very narrow margin of 210 to 205. The vote was so close because 13 Republicans crossed party lines.
So how did Sue vote? Was she one of the 13? Not a chance. Once again, this so-called moderate sided with the more radical wing of her party, despite the fact that 2 of those 13 Republicans who crossed were from New York. Another Republican who decided that the League of Women Voters voter registration drives weren't a serious threat, Mark Kennedy of Minnesota, had this to say about the legislation that passed. What does Sue have to say? Who knows?