Originally Posted by dorciepatrick
Rather than try to make an argument over whether or not this lawsuit asks that military votes be suppressed (which it doesn't), this guy makes an argument worthy of all of the right-wingers on this forum.
The suit doesn't ask what any of you right-wingers claim. In fact, none of you can make an argument that it does, so all of you are simply trying to change the subject.
"Bite me"? Wow -- what a 7th grade argument you guys make!
You wonder why many of us have left this forum? Gee, maybe it's because we like to discuss things with people who can debate like reasonable adults.
I thought it was a rather clever and appropriate response given the tone of the post I was responding to. Sorry if you are offended, I offered to go civil, but was rebuffed, OK? I doubt anybody left the forum due to that, I trade eye for eye, no first blood.
The lawsuit reduces the time the legislature has set for the military to vote. Any reasonable person can thus conclude that some military might run out of time to vote-hence voter suppression. If you won't concede that, yet cry "voter suppression" when we try and make sure only people who are eligible to vote do so, then your views must so radically aligned with your emperor, that discussion won't help.
With the deepest respect,
p.s. i spent 3 years in the 7th grade, I know damn well how to make a 7th grade argument!