If you didn't think that there is an effort to subvert democracy in Ohio this year like what happened in 2004, check out who's participating in a seminar being conducted by the voter suppression group that calls itself True the Vote.
There's nothing true about True the Vote, as the Rev. Al Sharpton reported last night on his "Politics Nation" program. Here's a link to that report:
What scares me even more is the fact that the very person in charge of supervising Ohio's elections, Mr. Husted, is listed among the participants in the "True the Vote" program.
I'm not familiar with Ohio law, but I'm wondering after seeing this clip whether Husted can be forced to at least recuse himself from participating in the 2012 general election. That is the very least that should be done.
I think even better is that there should be massive public pressure to force Husted out of office if he doesn't end his campaign to restrict voting hours and thus discriminate against those who don't look, think, or talk like him or other Republicans.
He has forfeited his right to be called an trustworthy steward of elections given his participation in True the Vote efforts to intimidate and suppress voters.