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On FacebookMitt Romney has attacked a lawsuit brought by the Obama 2012 campaign that seeks to restore voting rights to ALL Ohio voters that the State is now being restricted to members of the military.

Republicans at this stage of a presidential campaign lie when they breathe out. GOP conspiracy rag the Washington Times and the still dead, still pickled, Breitbart zombie site Big Government claimed that President Obama was trying to take away the right to vote from veterans. Splodey heads sploded.

Mitt Romney joined them.

"President Obama’s lawsuit claiming it is unconstitutional for Ohio to allow servicemen and women extended early voting privileges during the state’s early voting period is an outrage,” Romney breathed out on facebook. This of course became another GIPTruth.

The fact is the law suit is to to restore early voting rights for ALL Ohio voters. GOP Cons cannot have that, black people may take up early voting.

On facebook Romney said he would "work to protect the voting rights of our military, not undermine them." The only thing he would undermine is their healthcare and benefits. Support our troops and all that until it comes to paying them.

Romney is now a birther, a Washington Times conspiracy theorist and as alwaysa liar and a coward. On this issue however, Romney's lie is so blatantly false that even Fox News called him out on it. Mitt, if Fox throws you "under the bus" for your lies you have gone too far.

Now then, how much more will that soldier pay to fund your $billionaire subsidies and once again, let's get some truth:- What are your tax returns hiding?

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