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    Re: Arizona Law Requiring Voters Prove Citizenship Is Struck Down

    LOL, why are Democrats so against anything that proves citizenship or identification in order to participate in elections, drive cars, etc.?

    Liberals seem to have an awful lot to hide. Something tells me prisons are overwhelmingly Democrat. LOL

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    Re: Arizona Law Requiring Voters Prove Citizenship Is Struck Down

    Quote Originally Posted by Erod View Post
    LOL, why are Democrats so against anything that proves citizenship or identification in order to participate in elections, drive cars, etc.?

    Liberals seem to have an awful lot to hide. Something tells me prisons are overwhelmingly Democrat. LOL
    Please don't take a sweeping assumption like that seriously they tend to be misleading. Prisons, being half pot users, may lean 'democrat' or liberal, but on other political tangents I doubt there are major correlations.

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    Re: Arizona Law Requiring Voters Prove Citizenship Is Struck Down

    Quote Originally Posted by ptif219 View Post
    So ACORN and registration is not voter fraud?
    No, actually, it isn't. Voter registration fraud and voter fraud are not the same thing.

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    Re: Arizona Law Requiring Voters Prove Citizenship Is Struck Down

    Quote Originally Posted by Heavy Duty View Post
    I heard today that there was a few people trying to vote in my county that wasn't even citizens of USA. They were told they couldnt vote and they asked why not? They said they pay taxes so they should be allowed to vote. I wonder if they ever realized paying taxes doesnt mean you have a right to vote. I wouldnt try to vote in England if I just happened to be in country during their elections just because I just paid a huge entrance and flight tax. Also every other tax I would paid for every pound I spent while there.
    If there were police at the polling area why weren't these people arrested. Were the police thrown off the scent by some doughnuts down the hall?

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    Re: Arizona Law Requiring Voters Prove Citizenship Is Struck Down

    Quote Originally Posted by Deuce View Post
    No, actually, it isn't. Voter registration fraud and voter fraud are not the same thing.

    Mickey Mouse did not show up at any poll to vote.
    But the new panthers did again

    http://www.breitbart.tv/theyre-back-...polling-place/
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    Re: Arizona Law Requiring Voters Prove Citizenship Is Struck Down

    That is the way it is in California and the illegals vote here with impunity, and Nevada is the same way and they voted for Reid so much that this is the only State where the EXIT POLLS were not even close to the reported votes for Reid.

    We knew before the election that SEIU were manipulating voting machines but because SEIU and other Union control Nevada, and the same is true in California as well, and that is why nothing will ever be done to stop it.

    ACORN only got caught because of two young people catching them red handed as crooks.


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    Re: Arizona Law Requiring Voters Prove Citizenship Is Struck Down

    Quote Originally Posted by Heavy Duty View Post
    I heard today that there was a few people trying to vote in my county that wasn't even citizens of USA. They were told they couldnt vote and they asked why not? They said they pay taxes so they should be allowed to vote. I wonder if they ever realized paying taxes doesnt mean you have a right to vote. I wouldnt try to vote in England if I just happened to be in country during their elections just because I just paid a huge entrance and flight tax. Also every other tax I would paid for every pound I spent while there.
    If someone lives in the States legally, pays taxes and obeys the laws then why can't they vote whether they're citizens or not? Seems like another form of denying rights to people who are "different".

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    Re: Arizona Law Requiring Voters Prove Citizenship Is Struck Down

    Quote Originally Posted by Animus View Post
    If someone lives in the States legally, pays taxes and obeys the laws then why can't they vote whether they're citizens or not? Seems like another form of denying rights to people who are "different".
    Because they are not a citizen. Because, in general Federal law requires.
    Why would you want to give voting rights especially when electing officials to non citizens?
    There is no "denying of rights", non citizens didn't have the right in the first place.
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    Re: Arizona Law Requiring Voters Prove Citizenship Is Struck Down

    Quote Originally Posted by Mickey Shane View Post
    I'm voting after work. I have my up to date voter registration card in my pocket.
    Is that up to date voter registration card just a piece of printed card stock or paper? Something that anyone with a computer can print out?


    Frank Phillips is my elections administrator. It's his job to see that there's only one of me, I'm alive, and old enough to vote.
    Does Frank Phillips know what ballot is yours? Is Frank Phillips checking everyone's ID before they go vote? No,so then how is he a measure of security?


    My wife can't find her card this time. She'll probably show her driver's license, but could just state her name.
    Which is what a lot of polling places just do. Not really a security measure. Would you want a bank to hand out your cash to anyone who just stated your name?



    If you are in the registered voter book and sign the sticker, you're good to go. It's the signature that will get you into trouble if you're not that person.
    I didn't know polling place workers were hand writing experts(sarcasm).
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    Re: Arizona Law Requiring Voters Prove Citizenship Is Struck Down

    Quote Originally Posted by jamesrage
    Is that up to date voter registration card just a piece of printed card stock or paper? Something that anyone with a computer can print out?
    Yes it is fairly simple. However, people with extraordinary computer graphics skills can counterfeit your birth certificate, social security card, and your drivers license. If they catch all of the "hidden" watermarks and colored threads, you wouldn't be able to tell which ones were real.

    Have you ever watched grocery store clerks hold Benjamins up to the light? It's silly.
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