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Can tell many of you aren't living real life. Just met a guy from Ct who says there I'd cost like $60! Here in Fl they are like $50. When you're poor you don't have that money for voting. I know people who don't apply for welfare because they don't have I'd.
Originally posted by TKDRL
reply to post by Antiquated1
Proof like what?
reply to post by Cuervo
Thanks for the support friend.
I kind of feel like I am just preaching to the choir sometimes though you know? Only those interested in knowing the Constitution would care in the first place right?
Most of these people don't actually want to know anything, they are more interested in just 'having opinions'.
Oh well. If posting the blatant truth of history in their faces wakes one person up, than I'll consider it worth the effort.
Rocky start for DNC chairwoman
She’s accused Republicans of wanting to reinstate segregation and of waging a “war on women.” She has asserted, somewhat nonsensically, that the GOP wants to make illegal immigration — by definition against the law — “a crime.” She’s also been mocked for driving a foreign car after pounding Republicans for not supporting the American auto industry.
Mike Huckabee, the former Arkansas governor-turned-media personality, wrote about Wasserman Schultz’s “rough start” in his email newsletter last week, saying, “It is reassuring to know that there’s someone standing by to step in, just in case Joe Biden needs time off.”
Originally posted by mishigas
Well, you and your friend are still erecting straw man arguments,
Originally posted by iamcamouflage
The argument that a law like this would prevent voter fraud is not sound. It implies that a photo id is impossible to fake.
Almost every member on this site can probably verify that they or someone they knew, possessed a fake photo id that allowed them to purchase alcohol while under the legal age. Whether this fake id was fully fraudulent or just one individual posing as another person with a valid id. They were capable of granting restricted access.
Are the individuals working at polling stations capable of validating the authenticity of the ID and/or the person presenting it?
Originally posted by incrediblelousminds
reply to post by TKDRL
that wasn't a triple post.
it was a post where you claimed that you had to show state ID in your county to vote (eta: which, btw, is not true)
why did you remove it and pretend it was a 'triple post'?edit on 10-6-2011 by incrediblelousminds because: (no reason given)
My party?! I see you pull the Jack-ass card as much as you accuse me of pulling the race card. I'm voting republican this election... so how does that help me?
When I first heard this law being brought out as a prevention for voter fraud, I thought "There's nooooo way people are going to be stupid enough to believe that citizens are the ones responsible for voter fraud. No... freakin' way".
Then, of course, tons of people come trundling in from their Rush Limbaugh pods and actually believed it!
People are willing to compromise the constitution in order to what... stop Granny from voting?!
You guys are illustrating exactly how the two-party system gets two groups to fight over "A" so they can go and perform "B, C, and D" behind our backs. You ignore something huge just to appease to a paranoid crowd.
People on this site, of all places, should know better.
Originally posted by mishigas
You keep trotting that same old "Disenfranchising Granny" argument when it has been debunked dozens of times in this thread. F-R-E-E Voter ID cards. Capiche?