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October 20th, 2012
08:39 AM ET

Clash Over Pa. Voter ID Law

CNN’s Randi Kaye examines if the Pennsylvania’s voter ID law stops voter fraud or suppresses it.

Filed under: Anchors • Randi Kaye
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  1. Average Joe

    What was the purpose of that Lilly Leadbetter interview just now. That wasn't an interview is was an Obama campaign ad. Who is this person really? Other then someone Obama used as a PR prop? Why do her opinions warrant face time on cable news when millions of us average folks have no such say? Is she really saying she's offended by the use of the word "binder"? Are you kidding me? Would folder be less offensive?

    Fair and Balanced would mean airing an opposite set of opinions now.

    October 20, 2012 at 10:44 am |
  2. Holly Wright

    I cannot believe that voter suppression is even an issue in the USA in this day and age!!! So Sad!!! How can people be so corrupt!!!!

    October 20, 2012 at 11:48 am |
  3. Patmat

    You just ran a piece aimed at minimizing "voter fraud". What you need to do is run a piece emphasizing "media fraud". Run the tape of the debate with Crowley mediating . . . just when Romney asks Obama is he said it was a "terrorist attack" when he spoke at the Rose Garden. Obama says "continue Mr. Romney" , smugly refusing to answer because, obviously, he KNEW that Crowley would do it for him. Romney then says it was 14 days before the Administration called it a "terrorist attack" at which point Obama says "get the transcript" to Crowley who immediately stands up calling Obama's account "correct". Give me a break. Obama/Crowley tag team. How did she know which transcript he was talking about . . . how about his UN speech, the version he gave to the WORLD. How about Rice's multiple accounts of the attack being a spontaneous eruption Obama couldn't possibly have done anything about. Crowley was too quick . . . she had exactly what Obama wanted at exactly the time he demanded that she "get the transcript". Fact checking? No, media fraud. She acted in concert with Obama. The context isn't important . . . rather the PROCESS is. We only getthree views of two men seeking the most powerful position in the world . . . and CNN/Crowley insisted violated the process. It is criminal fraud to collude with one side to a presidential campaign on the airways, while purporting to be "objective" and "impartial". ? If not it should be.

    October 20, 2012 at 4:17 pm |
  4. VancCanadian

    Oh the USA, the land of such amazing exceptional-ism! You tell yourselves about it ad nauseam, as the rest of the world must hear. And you're right, what other developed country in the world would have such an exceptionally unethical, biased, corrupt processes around voter registration. Go ahead with your stupid practices, but don't expect the rest of the world to have any respect for you! But we will think of you as Exceptional. (maybe you'll actually post this before the election – we've noticed cnn becoming the new fox)

    This sort of activity would never go on in Canada, without such citizen outrage, it would be political suicide. But then...... we're just not a country of such Exceptional-ism.

    October 21, 2012 at 11:35 am |

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