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    Re: Bolling breaks tie as Senate passes voter ID bill

    Quote Originally Posted by Erod View Post
    How is it that ANYONE ever voted without showing an ID in the first place?

    That's a better question.
    I never have......well, I haven't in a long time. I live in a small town and the poll workers know me.

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    Re: Bolling breaks tie as Senate passes voter ID bill

    There is no such thing as voter fraud, there never has been. All this is is a desperate attempt by the Republican party to suppress voters who tend to vote democrat, specifically low-income blue collar citizens or hispanics who lack proper identification to vote. There is nothing wrong with voter identification laws.... but requiring voters to spend sometimes hundreds of dollars to obtain proper documentation to obtain state issued identification is fraud in itself. Why not implement thumb print scanning systems to identify voters? This would guarantee accurate voting results. Oh yeah, thats right, that would be a free solution, meaning an even playing field for republican and democratic voters. Republicans would hate this idea.
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    Re: Bolling breaks tie as Senate passes voter ID bill

    Quote Originally Posted by Erod View Post
    How is it that ANYONE ever voted without showing an ID in the first place?

    That's a better question.
    No, the better question is, why are they making it more difficult to vote when there's no indication of a problem with the current system?

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    Re: Bolling breaks tie as Senate passes voter ID bill

    12 million illegal immigrants...no indication?
    Guess it depends on which way they are voting.

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    Re: Bolling breaks tie as Senate passes voter ID bill

    Quote Originally Posted by Navy Pride View Post
    The problem is there is already voter Fraud..............Here in Washington in King County Seattle dead people and felons vote for the democrat candidate..That is why it is very difficult for a Republican to win a Congressional seat.
    Did dead people vote or did dead people register to vote. There's a significant difference.

    And don't blame your losing candidates on voter fraud when there's no evidence that voter fraud has ever been even .01% of any election. (in the US anyway) That's just plain childish.
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    Re: Bolling breaks tie as Senate passes voter ID bill

    Quote Originally Posted by Gina View Post
    Young, elderly, students or the poor don't always have ID or an acceptable form of ID as required by these laws. If they are going to require an ID, then make the ID free and available to obtain at more locations than the DMV. ID in Oregon is $44.50. Allow college student ID cards to be used as well. If they are getting along without ID, then demanding it for the purpose of voting, functions as a poll tax.
    My state offered ID's for free, to anyone who simply stated, that they couldn't afford one.
    People still fought it.
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    Re: Bolling breaks tie as Senate passes voter ID bill

    Quote Originally Posted by 1Perry View Post
    I don't see where anyone is required to pay anything here. Why the comparison to a poll tax? You register to vote. You get a card. (at no charge) and you bring it with you when you vote.

    What exactly is the problem here?
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    So there is absolutely no evidence this woman, whom you called a slut, did this but you are ready to take someone's word as evidence. Guess you don't think witch hunts have to end when it's going after the certain people.

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    Re: Bolling breaks tie as Senate passes voter ID bill

    Quote Originally Posted by Gina View Post
    Young, elderly, students or the poor don't always have ID or an acceptable form of ID as required by these laws. If they are going to require an ID, then make the ID free and available to obtain at more locations than the DMV. ID in Oregon is $44.50. Allow college student ID cards to be used as well. If they are getting along without ID, then demanding it for the purpose of voting, functions as a poll tax.
    You are gave a voter registration card when you register. It costs you nothing. The law states that it is a valid form of identification.

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    Re: Bolling breaks tie as Senate passes voter ID bill

    Quote Originally Posted by Deuce View Post
    Did dead people vote or did dead people register to vote. There's a significant difference.

    And don't blame your losing candidates on voter fraud when there's no evidence that voter fraud has ever been even .01% of any election. (in the US anyway) That's just plain childish.
    Can you read? You have to be registered to vote and democrats in King County register dead people and they vote and when they still don't have enough votes the find ballots in trash cans and in peoples cars.......................Picture ID to vote would put a screeching halt to that my left wing friend.
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    Re: Bolling breaks tie as Senate passes voter ID bill

    Quote Originally Posted by jgarden47 View Post
    Normally, I wouldn't have a problem with voters providing ID, but given the past history of some of the groups promoting it, I just don't trust them when when they state that their only motive is preventing voter fraud!
    Which groups would those be?
    Quote Originally Posted by americanwoman View Post
    So there is absolutely no evidence this woman, whom you called a slut, did this but you are ready to take someone's word as evidence. Guess you don't think witch hunts have to end when it's going after the certain people.

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