Political Malpractice, A Definition

Allowing the opposing political party to intimidate and suppress voters that form one of your bases, and then allow the opposing party to gin up pseudo-controversies over voter fraud:

Republican Senate candidate Mark Kirk caught on tape discussing his plan to send “voter integrity” squads to four predominantly African-American Chicago neighborhoods on election day. Kirk calls them “vulnerable precincts … where the other side might be tempted to jigger the numbers somewhat.”

Democrats appear, as always, to allow the GOP to suppress minority voters.

Political Malpractice, A Definition

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