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Game of Thrones Guy, George R. R. Martin, Opposes Attacks on Voting Rights

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Sometimes a really good writer can really get to the point really well.

In his blog , George R. R. Martin says:


I am way too busy these days for long political rants.
But I would be remiss if I do not at least make passing mention of how depressed, disgusted, and, yes, angry I've become as I watch the ongoing attempts at voter suppression in Ohio, Pennsylvania, Florida, Iowa, and other states where Republicans and their Teabagger allies control key seats of power.

It is one thing to attempt to win elections. But trying to do so by denying the most basic and important right of any American citizen to hundreds and thousands of people, on entirely spurious grounds... that goes beyond reprehensible. 

That is despicable.

 

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