Which is worse: an individual failing or limiting voters?

John Romano
Tampa Bay Times
November 30, 2013

They have called for his head, his job, his political future.

From the governor to the state Republican Party chairman to Democrats in every direction, the chorus has been predictably harmonious.

They say U.S. Rep. Trey Radel, a Republican from Fort Myers, should resign at midterm following his recent guilty plea to a misdemeanor charge of buying cocaine.


In case you haven’t noticed, Ken Detzner keeps offering solutions to voting problems that seemingly do not exist. Making matters worse is that his solutions often have a chilling effect on the ability of regular folks to be able to vote, and they seem suspiciously directed toward groups that tend to vote for Democratic candidates.

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