D.C. (Raetgers) - The Civil Rights Commission's recent study on
Voting Rights in the last presidential election was unfairly skewed
to favor voting rights for the common citizen, top Republicans
on Capitol Hill maintained this week.
so obvious" declared Sen. Trent Lott. "The Civil Rights Commission
might as well have hung out a sign saying 'We Welcome Civil Rights.'
I am furious."
since Selma in '65 have I ever seen such a blatant attempt to
give everybody the right to vote, and it just sickens me," added
Sen. Jesse Helms. "I would have thought the Civil Rights Commission
would have at least tried to appear been a bit more neutral and
President Bush himself remained silent on the issue, many in his
administration echoed similar sentiments. "I had high hopes that
the voting rights study would have shown some parity of ideals
by mentioning Al Gore's sleazy attempts to steal the election,
" said Mary Matalin, advisor to Vice President Dick Cheney. "Such
as trading crack for votes on skid row and getting the late mayor
of Chicago, Richard Daly, to have all his dead cronies vote democrat.
And I'm not just repeating rumors here. These indiscretions are
all well-documented on the Rush Limbaugh show, so you know they're
with the Commission's study wasn't limited to Republicans, however.
Highly unpartisan journalists, such as Sean Hannity, Britt Hume,
Tim Russert and Chris Matthews also expressed profound disappointment
in the findings.
just another example of Clinton's sleazy sexual shenanigans,"
Matthews screamed, even though the reporter interviewing him was
sitting right next to him. "First there's oral sex in the Oval
Office, and next thing you know, those tacky democrats want to
make sure everybody's vote counts! And I used to be a democrat,
so you know I'm impartial!"
Matthews then went on to interrupt the questioner with a further
tirade: "And talk about unfair and biased! Did you ever notice
the NAACP is composed almost exclusively of African Americans?
Not one Aryan Resistance Fighter in the whole bunch! And we're
supposed to believe they're impartial? Don't make me laugh!"
General John Ashcroft was unavailable for comment, as he was guest
speaker at the NRA's annual Gun Love 2001 Fest, being held in
Waco, Texas, this year.