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    Re: Should the govt verify the identity of a person attempting to vote?

    Quote Originally Posted by Thunder View Post
    that makes no sense, as crack dealers are small-business entrepreneurs. this makes them Republicans.
    No, because Republicans actually pay for business licenses, while Democrats don't. So these crackheads are Dems, also so they can get free substance abuse treatment.
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    Re: Should the govt verify the identity of a person attempting to vote?

    Quote Originally Posted by haymarket View Post
    Actually you express an elitist viewpoint which is based on hating your chosen enemy. I want EVERYBODY to vote who is eligible regardless how or who they vote for.
    sure you do but the fact remains, the least intelligent and the least knowledgeable are the most easily swayed by the "we will give you the money of others" nonsense

    Your own party proves I am right. If Voter ID's were an obstacle to GOP voters the DEM party wouldn't be the party fighting the imposition of ID laws

    Your own party concedes that the least competent are the DNC's constituents

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    Re: Should the govt verify the identity of a person attempting to vote?

    Quote Originally Posted by TurtleDude View Post
    sure you do but the fact remains, the least intelligent and the least knowledgeable are the most easily swayed by the "we will give you the money of others" nonsense

    Your own party proves I am right. If Voter ID's were an obstacle to GOP voters the DEM party wouldn't be the party fighting the imposition of ID laws

    Your own party concedes that the least competent are the DNC's constituents
    I have no idea what you are talking about and apparently neither do you since you have provided not one shred of any verifiable evidence to support your statements, your pontifications and your allegations.
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    Re: Should the govt verify the identity of a person attempting to vote?

    Quote Originally Posted by American View Post
    No, because Republicans actually pay for business licenses, while Democrats don't. So these crackheads are Dems, also so they can get free substance abuse treatment.
    crack dealers aren't crackheads. that would interfere with their business enterprise.

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    Re: Should the govt verify the identity of a person attempting to vote?

    Quote Originally Posted by haymarket View Post
    I have no idea what you are talking about and apparently neither do you since you have provided not one shred of any verifiable evidence to support your statements, your pontifications and your allegations.
    In law we call it an admission against interest

    Its based on a presumption that if you admit something that can hurt you it is true

    when the dems attack voter ID laws they are admitting such laws hurts their party because those laws serve as a barrier to the voting of those too stupid or incompetent to get an ID

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    Re: Should the govt verify the identity of a person attempting to vote?

    Quote Originally Posted by Thunder View Post
    crack dealers aren't crackheads. that would interfere with their business enterprise.
    the ones who are doing time usually are

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    Re: Should the govt verify the identity of a person attempting to vote?

    Quote Originally Posted by American View Post
    No, because Republicans actually pay for business licenses, while Democrats don't. So these crackheads are Dems, also so they can get free substance abuse treatment.
    democrats don't pay for business licenses?

    how's that work?

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    Re: Should the govt verify the identity of a person attempting to vote?

    Quote Originally Posted by TurtleDude View Post
    In law we call it an admission against interest

    Its based on a presumption that if you admit something that can hurt you it is true

    when the dems attack voter ID laws they are admitting such laws hurts their party because those laws serve as a barrier to the voting of those too stupid or incompetent to get an ID
    You are not in a courtroom. Nor do I care what you call anything unless its called verifiable evidence that stands up to scrutiny.

    Present your verifiable evidence. This is debate not the Yale logic club.
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    Re: Should the govt verify the identity of a person attempting to vote?

    Quote Originally Posted by haymarket View Post
    You are not in a courtroom. Nor do I care what you call anything unless its called verifiable evidence that stands up to scrutiny.

    Present your verifiable evidence. This is debate not the Yale logic club.
    a courtroom is the ultimate debate forum.

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    Re: Should the govt verify the identity of a person attempting to vote?

    Quote Originally Posted by TurtleDude View Post
    a courtroom is the ultimate debate forum.
    Perhaps some of what happens there may be construed as debate. As to the rest .......

    But you are still not in one now.

    Present your verifiable evidence - that is the way debate works. Of course you are again impotent to do so.

    In fact, take all night and I will check back in the morning to see what you came up with. And if anybody cured cancer today, please post that too so I can be doubly surprised.
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