Obama, Virginia Board of Elections, and Virginia AG call for
them to be counted

Today, the
Fairfax Times
reports that Rokey Suleman still is not counting
those military ballots
we have been telling you about

“It kills me to not count those votes,” Suleman said.
“As much as I hate the law, I can’t ignore it.”

Rokey must know something we don’t know. And
something that the State Board of Elections doesn’t know
because they have told him the votes should be counted. And
Virginia Attorney General Bob McDonnell. And even
Barack Obama’s campaign
thinks the votes should be counted.

Only little Rokey Suleman thinks that he is following the law.
And in his moment of bravery, he is throwing our soldiers under the

How about you tell Rokey what the law actually is? And ask him
why he refuses to implement the law as interpreted by the Attorney
General and the State Board of Elections.

Rokey Suleman
Fairfax County General Registrar

And join a Facebook
to send him a message.

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