One of the ironies of court wars over vote suppression laws lies in the fact that proponents of suppressing the vote argue they want to preserve the "status quo" in the name of preventing confusion among voters.
Since North Carolina passed its version of a vote suppression law, it has been one long battle in the courts.
On Monday, a U.S. District Court heard closing arguments in the case that challenges the most militant and vicious vote suppression law in America.
This week's Republican attempt to reach out to minorities was the latest lesson in how to become less popular than dog poop.
In Republican newspeak, eligible voter is code for voters who are rich, white, male and Republican.