Sep 27 2012 ∞
“ A party with any kind of future as a legitimate, rational, valued part of governance doesn’t attempt widespread voter disenfranchisement by blocking black people from voting. The GOP’s public attempt to restrict voting by poor people, black people, and even by likely Democratic Party voters in general, was as shocking as it was shameless. A party abusing its power to such an outrageous extent as to literally attempt to subvert democracy and stop voting in order to rig elections heavily in their own favor is not a party that deserves serious consideration as an acceptable participant in electoral politics.
— Forbes blogger, Mark Hughes, explains why he’s no longer a GOP voter. This is just one of the reasons he cites.