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    Re: John Lewis: Supreme Court ruling " a dagger into the heart of voting rights act"

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    I imagine homeless voters would be effected by much larger numbers then any other demographic, but that alone does not warrant allowing a system that is powerless to prevent fraud from occurring.
    Homeless folks won't be affected at all because they're probably not registed to vote.
    Let's use some common sense for a second.
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    Re: John Lewis: Supreme Court ruling " a dagger into the heart of voting rights act"

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    Let's use some common sense for a second.
    While talking politics?
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    Re: John Lewis: Supreme Court ruling " a dagger into the heart of voting rights act"

    Quote Originally Posted by apdst View Post
    Homeless folks won't be affected at all because they're probably not registed to vote.
    Let's use some common sense for a second.
    how is that common sense? you are speculating.

    common sense says a certain percentage of homeless registered to vote but no longer have state issues id.

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    Re: John Lewis: Supreme Court ruling " a dagger into the heart of voting rights act"

    Quote Originally Posted by ARealConservative View Post
    how is that common sense? you are speculating.

    common sense says a certain percentage of homeless registered to vote but no longer have state issues id.
    Homeless people either aren't registered to vote, or don't vote. I doubt that many, if any of them will be affected by voter ID laws. Plus, if they're receiving government assistance, they DO have a photo ID.
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    Re: John Lewis: Supreme Court ruling " a dagger into the heart of voting rights act"

    Quote Originally Posted by apdst View Post
    Homeless people either aren't registered to vote, or don't vote. I doubt that many, if any of them will be affected by voter ID laws. Plus, if they're receiving government assistance, they DO have a photo ID.
    That's right.
    Moreover, the SCOTUS decision doesn't say anything about voter ID anyway, does it? Doesn't it just say that the states can change voting procedures without Uncle Sam looking over their shoulders?

    I can see where that would have disenfranchised black people in the South back in '65. Today, not so much, which is what the SCOTUS said.
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    Re: John Lewis: Supreme Court ruling " a dagger into the heart of voting rights act"

    Quote Originally Posted by apdst View Post
    Homeless people either aren't registered to vote, or don't vote. I doubt that many, if any of them will be affected by voter ID laws. Plus, if they're receiving government assistance, they DO have a photo ID.
    homeless people are people without a home.

    what you call commons sense is just you treating a huge group of people like the borg. it isn't commons sense, it is rather ignorant

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    Re: John Lewis: Supreme Court ruling " a dagger into the heart of voting rights act"

    Quote Originally Posted by ARealConservative View Post
    homeless people are people without a home.

    what you call commons sense is just you treating a huge group of people like the borg. it isn't commons sense, it is rather ignorant
    It's even more ignorant to believe that anyone who doesn't posess a photo ID is actually registered to vote.
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    Re: John Lewis: Supreme Court ruling " a dagger into the heart of voting rights act"

    Quote Originally Posted by apdst View Post
    It's even more ignorant to believe that anyone who doesn't posess a photo ID is actually registered to vote.
    I've lost my id several times in my life. in every case, I was actually registered to vote.

    now extrapolate this anecdotal against millions of people, and your commons sense is shown for what it is.

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    Re: John Lewis: Supreme Court ruling " a dagger into the heart of voting rights act"

    Quote Originally Posted by ARealConservative View Post
    I've lost my id several times in my life. in every case, I was actually registered to vote.

    now extrapolate this anecdotal against millions of people, and your commons sense is shown for what it is.
    And, when you lost it, what did you do?
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    Re: John Lewis: Supreme Court ruling " a dagger into the heart of voting rights act"

    Quote Originally Posted by apdst View Post
    And, when you lost it, what did you do?
    irrelevant.

    you claimed it is impossible that anybody could be registered to vote while not possessing a valid id. that is not common sense, that is stupid

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