View Poll Results: ‘In God we trust.’ is the USA’s motto. So who should we allow to vote?

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  • If they’re not Christians they should not be allowed to vote.

    1 3.33%
  • If they are not a member of an organized religion with one God they should not be allowed to vote.

    1 3.33%
  • If they don’t believe in God they should not be allowed to vote.

    1 3.33%
  • All citizens should be allowed to vote.

    27 90.00%
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    Re: ‘In God we trust.’ is the USA’s motto. So who should we allow to vote?

    Quote Originally Posted by tessaesque View Post
    This crap is ridiculous. In Tessa's world, the following people should not be allowed to vote:

    1. Those currently in prison for violent crimes/felony convictions.
    2. Those who are deceased.
    3. Those who are legal dependents of another (minors, those with limited mental capabilities, etc...NOT welfare recipients/entitlement recipients, 'cause I know somebody will go there).
    4. Cowboy fans.
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    Re: ‘In God we trust.’ is the USA’s motto. So who should we allow to vote?

    Quote Originally Posted by whysoserious View Post
    Doubt it. I would almost guarantee you can't find one person on here who thinks religious people should not be able to vote or run for office.
    I'll agree that it would be rare to see someone actually say that the religious should not be allowed to vote or hold office, however, I have seen the argument on several occasions that the religious should not let their religion play any role in their politics.

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    Re: ‘In God we trust.’ is the USA’s motto. So who should we allow to vote?

    God belongs to everybody, whether someone believes in him or not.ı defend a secular administration in every country, but there is no wrong with that sentence on dollars.

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    Re: ‘In God we trust.’ is the USA’s motto. So who should we allow to vote?

    Quote Originally Posted by soccerboy22 View Post
    4. Cowboy fans.
    I'm sorry your little homo GB is sucking so badly. No, really..

    Very...very...very sorry.

    I guess he's not getting his normal pre-game butt love from the linemen.

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    Re: ‘In God we trust.’ is the USA’s motto. So who should we allow to vote?

    Quote Originally Posted by tessaesque View Post
    I'm sorry your little homo GB is sucking so badly. No, really..

    Very...very...very sorry.

    I guess he's not getting his normal pre-game butt love from the linemen.

    They need to start again then. I want to get back into the win stuff.
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    Re: ‘In God we trust.’ is the USA’s motto. So who should we allow to vote?

    Quote Originally Posted by soccerboy22 View Post
    They need to start again then. I want to get back into the win stuff.
    Y'all shouldn't have lost, but I'm certainly glad you did.
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    Re: ‘In God we trust.’ is the USA’s motto. So who should we allow to vote?

    Quote Originally Posted by soccerboy22 View Post
    I don't care enough about it to vote on it. The fact the House voted on it is equally as stupid.
    I actually read the bill to make sure they didn't shove something outlandish in there.

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    Re: ‘In God we trust.’ is the USA’s motto. So who should we allow to vote?

    Quote Originally Posted by tessaesque View Post
    I'm sorry your little homo GB is sucking so badly. No, really..

    Very...very...very sorry.

    I guess he's not getting his normal pre-game butt love from the linemen.

    GB? I didn't even know Glenn Beck played football.

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    Re: ‘In God we trust.’ is the USA’s motto. So who should we allow to vote?

    Others have already adequately pointed out the level of fail in the OP;therefore, I will simply add that one change that should be made is that a minimum IQ should be required to vote. At the very least, a drug test.............Tuesday I swear I stood in line with half a dozen people waiting to vote who were either intoxicated or mentally disabled.
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    Re: ‘In God we trust.’ is the USA’s motto. So who should we allow to vote?

    I think people who subscribe to a religion should not be allowed to vote. Our atheist/deist founding fathers thought religion was stupid and thats why they put in an electoral college. They knew the people were to religious and hence unable to make the correct choice. They thought that religion was an inherent evil and expected it to be phased out like slavery so they didn't put it in the constitution. Eventually they hoped America will be a godless Utopian society. It hasn't happened yet unfortunately.

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