Obama says he's 'deeply disappointed' in Supreme Court's ruling on Voting Rights Act

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  • Updated: June 25, 2013 - 11:40 AM

WASHINGTON — President Barack Obama says he's deeply disappointed with a Supreme Court decision halting the use of a key provision in the Voting Rights Act.

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theagonybhoJun. 25, 1311:59 AM

Im sure hes dissapointed, thats how he was elected, i need more ID to cash a 20 dollar check at my bank than to vote for a President.

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dirtydogsJun. 25, 1312:03 PM

5-4 vote. SURPRISE!!!! The Supreme Court is about as political as any branch of government.

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tranqwhlJun. 25, 1312:25 PM

Discrimination at the polls will exist, while no proof exists that it will (it only might happen maybe, even though civil rights activists would have a hay day)... but voter fraud does not exist, even though proof exists.

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minniesoterJun. 25, 1312:36 PM

It's okay, president Obama. Nobody believes in the "one-drop rule" anymore, aside from much of the Democrat party and the left-wing media, insist on calling you our first "black" president. Really? We are all One Race in this country. I that that's not much use to you politically, Mr. Obama, but it is the truth. It time to treat all Americans equally.

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firefight41Jun. 25, 1312:53 PM

First China saying no, than Russia, now the SCOTUS, Obama is having a deeply disappointing week.

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EleanoreJun. 25, 13 1:24 PM

If he;s only dissapointed it's still not 1/10th of what the majority of americans feel about what his policies have done to our country. Shame on you Mr. President.

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sausageJun. 25, 13 2:26 PM

It took long enough for this act to be terminated. It was only supposed to be used for five years. It was extended for 45 years and then extended for a total for 60 plus years. At least now we can see how the country really votes and not biased toward the local minorities. Speak up America and exercise your freedoms! Lauds to the Court!

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badmaggotJun. 25, 13 2:42 PM

Apparently there is no voter suppression so howe abour we now move on and pass a few voter ID laws?

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badmaggotJun. 25, 13 2:56 PM

Did he text an "Uncle Tom" references on this topic?

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badmaggotJun. 25, 13 2:57 PM

Next on to employment and education admissions. Sick of people being selected based on race. Yeeeech!

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