Buy-cycle

To the Editor:

Matt Pommer is back to his voter suppression accusations of Republican lawmakers in Madison. His views are onesided and wrong. There are serious problems with the election process that must be addressed in order to maintain the integrity of the system.

A voter ID law and the recent legislative changes made in Wisconsin may help but still do not address the real problem: the “Cycle of Corruption”.The survival of unions depends significantly on forced dues spent on Democrat candidates who in turn will forever block any attempt to end that “Cycle of Corruption”. With that easy money, and all the early voting time, unions are able to send buses to the densely populated areas of obvious Democrat voters and herd them to the polls like sheep.

It is legal but the result is that there are many voters dragged to the polls who have no idea what they are voting for. They are fed the union screed and can be relied upon to vote overwhelmingly for the unionbacked Democrat politicians.

Voter ID and equalizing the poll hours throughout the state cuts into the disadvantage Republican voters have in statewide elections because it undermines the “Cycle of Corruption” scheme that so benefits the Democrats.

If we continue to grant union-paid chauffeurs the time and money to round up their uninformed voters, our nation and state will be prone to electing corrupt politicians and soon be in the same financial straits as the union-strangled cities of Detroit, Chicago, and Milwaukee.

The early voting debate is not about fairness, it is about abusing the system. Voter ID is about one person – one vote. The “Cycle of Corruption” is about union power being dependent upon direct deposit of a portion of workers’ earnings into a union bank account.

Dennis Gasper
Plymouth


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