She hoping to dig up Vince Foster and get his vote.
She hoping to dig up Vince Foster and get his vote.
"He who does not think himself worth saving from poverty and ignorance by his own efforts, will hardly be thought worth the efforts of anybody else." -- Frederick Douglass, Self-Made Men (1872)
The article you linked to was written by Paul Weyrich in 2008. My video I linked to was him speaking in 1980. That's about three decades earlier. Therefore what you provided was NOT the text of the speech he was giving in that video. Also, with the video being a thirty second uncut portion of his speech... that kind of obliterates your notion that I took a snippet of a soundbyte.Originally Posted by Grant
" If no one among us is capable of governing himself, then who among us has the capacity to govern someone else ? "
Did you read his article about goo goo government??When accusing someone of buying into propogandha... one should be very concerned with their own accuracy.
The article you linked to was written by Paul Weyrich in 2008. My video I linked to was him speaking in 1980. That's about three decades earlier. Therefore what you provided was NOT the text of the speech he was giving in that video. Also, with the video being a thirty second uncut portion of his speech... that kind of obliterates your notion that I took a snippet of a soundbyte.
It was a soundbite!! The rest is just commentary. Do you have his entire speech rather than a soundbite?? Context for example?
They are organizing people to vote. Nothing wrong or illegal with that. Who the individual votes for after that is their business. Until you prove that they are directed to vote for someone specific, you have no ground to stand on. Not to mention that you never mention right wing church goers flaunting this tax-exempt church status you now seem to cherish. Get back to me when you've educated yourself about "Pulpit Freedom Sunday."Originally Posted by Fenton
Let me clear up an obvious delusion you are having... It's not the public's responsibility to appeal to the politician. It's the politician's job to appeal to the public. Once you understand that, you begin to realize how you don't make any sense.
http://freakoutnation.com/2013/06/04...eople-to-vote/“What I meant, and should have said, is that it is not, in my personal opinion, in the interests of the Republican Party to spend its own time and energy working to generally increase the number of Democratic voters at the polls, and at this point in time, nine of every ten African American voters cast their votes for the Democratic Party.”
Yeah. I too recommend back-pedaling when you done ****ed up.
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I do not get what the problem is with needing ID to vote. First off, if no one has caught on to the weakness that would allow for voter fraud and done it yet they will eventually. The reality is that people should have ID. The only problem i have with these laws is being introduced too close to the election to allow for time for people to get the ID, and if they are introduced in stealth so as not to warn people to be prepared to have ID. I do not get why it is so hard for people to get ID.
If it is really that much of a problem then give the IDs out. This is not an expensive proposition considering most people have ID, and they are pretty cheap to make. If it is a problem start up a PAC to get people IDs to make their lives easier in so many ways. This just simply is not expensive and hard. Non-driver IDs are cheap and require little administration to get. You need some momo to type in the info, check any other forms of ID they need to, and take a picture. You do not need to check insurance, driving record, have a test, or any of the other things you need for a drivers license. The great thing is that you can register to vote when you get your ID in many places so you kill two birds with one stone. If the republicans are truly doing this to screw over voters then beat them at their own game and take away the weapon by getting people IDs. Help people instead of whining and promoting laziness and stupidity by helping people to avoid getting something that really is a necessity in many cases outside of voting.
There are much bigger issues of gerrymandering the republicans use to keep their districts. This simply is not terrible to do. Yes, I understand the reps are doing this because they are trying to keep people from voting, but even though their reasons are wrong it is the right thing to encourage people to do. If a person cannot get off their ass to get an ID then they probably are not going to get off their ass to vote anyway. If you get people IDs you fix the problem and then you do not have to worry about it anymore.
maybe someone can tell me a good reason a person of voting age would not have an ID.
Mike Turzai: Voter ID helps GOP win state - Mackenzie Weinger - POLITICO.com
Yes...it's just coincidence that the laws adversely impact groups that vote for the Democratic Party.Pro-Second Amendment? The Castle Doctrine, it’s done. First pro-life legislation – abortion facility regulations – in 22 years, done. Voter ID, which is gonna allow Governor Romney to win the state of Pennsylvania, done,” Turzai said at Saturday’s Republican State Committee meeting, according to PoliticsPA.com.
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