“Why does the state of North Carolina not want people to vote?”
That's the question asked by Judge James Wynn, who might be deciding whether or not to postpone North Carolina's voter suppression law until after the 2014 election.
A federal judge has already given the green light for North Carolina's voter suppression law (aka Jim Crow 2.0) to go into effect before the election. But now the case is being heard by a panel of three judges from the United States Court of Appeals for the Fourth Circuit. Hopefully they'll rule that North Carolina has to stay in the 21st century (or 20th anyway) until after the 2014 election.
And now back to the question posed by Judge James Wynn, one of the three judges on the panel: “Why does the state of North Carolina not want people to vote?”
Oh come on now, North Carolina does too want people to vote. Just, you know, [ahem] certain people; the right people. [wink]