“Non-partisan” League of Women Voters robocalling on Amendment V. Anymore, it seems they’re less about voting, and more about the Democrat agenda.

The allegedly “non-partisan” League of Women Voters has been blasting out a particularly partisan message against Amendment V via robocalls across South Dakota. Take a listen:

The South Dakota League of Women Voters is a branch of the national “non-partisan” group. So, in addition to hiding political affiliation, what other issues are they taking on? (all from LWV.org)

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I thought they hosted debates? What does so-called “climate change” have to do with voter education?

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Ozone standards? Again, what does that have to do with voting?  I’m starting to think this is a liberal special interest group.

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Again, what does that have to do with voting? It sounds more like “EarthJustice” or another one of those environmental groups.

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and….

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Oh, come on!  Am I to gather that the League of Women Voters has nothing to do with voting and voter education, and everything to do with liberal propaganda & indoctrination?

What other issues do they advocate for?

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I’m seeing a trend…

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I think there’s enough evidence at hand to draw conclusions. I’m not thinking the League of Women Voters has as much to do with non-partisanship, as much as adopting far-left of center positions, and promoting them under their umbrella.

Obamacare, Supporting the Obama administration on illegal immigrants, actively fighting and advertising against pipelines, climate change and cheering the shutdown of coal plants? That doesn’t sound very “non-partisan” to me. As much as representing liberal views on just about every issue being discussed – especially since they’re on the wrong side of issues that are important to South Dakotans.

If they’re wrong on the issues and aligning with liberal Democrats on Obamacare, Keystone, and Coal, what are we to think when they jump right in and tell us we need Amendment V?

I think we need to take a critical look at what the organization has become. And take every word they have to say with a liberal dose of salt.

2 Replies to ““Non-partisan” League of Women Voters robocalling on Amendment V. Anymore, it seems they’re less about voting, and more about the Democrat agenda.”

  1. PlanningStudent

    I quit the board of the LOWV SuFu Chapter after realizing how partisan it was..! Shame on me really for not doing my homework before joining…

  2. Anonymous

    Pat, I think you can be non-partisan by claiming to not push a specific party, but you can still push every liberal and socialist agenda you want, I guess. I received a robo call from them and wanted to know more about them. I guess this is my answer. Sorry, ladies, NO SOUP FOR YOU!!