West Pointers talk about Duty, Honor, Country.
John McCain's slogan is "Country First," whatever that means.
And Attorney General J.B. Van Hollen's motto is "Party, Party, Party."
As in political party, not wild in the streets.
Van Hollen, putting on his vigilant attorney general hat, filed a lawsuit against his own state's Government Accountability Board -- the board created to take partisanship out of elections -- in a move that could disenfranchise -- or at least seriously hassle -- one million Wisconsin voters.
Van Hollen acted after complaints from the state Republican Party that the accountability board wasn't making it hard enough for people to vote. More of the same attempts to frighten people by yelling "fraud" while perpetrating the fraud themselves by denying people what we call the RIGHT to vote. (When we say that, we don't mean right wing.)
The GOP wanted to require every person whose information on the voter rolls doesn't exactly match their driver's license to have to prove themselves at the polls.