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    Re: Will you vote for Hillary as ourr next President?

    Quote Originally Posted by EdwinWillers View Post
    To disenfranchise, or to disfranchise, is to DEPRIVE people of something - in this case the right to vote.

    Voter ID laws - laws requiring registered voters to prove their identity before they cast their ballot disfranchise no one - DEPRIVE no one - save those who are not eligible to vote - which eligibility has nothing to do with voter ID laws in the first place, and ergo have nothing to do with this so-called disenfranchisement either.

    Those who argue against requiring registered voters to prove their identity before they vote are, fundamentally, arguing to give the right to vote to anyone, citizen or not.
    If we can get to this point, democrats won't have to vote multiple times registered under the names of dead and fictitious people. It's a real time saver.

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    Re: Will you vote for Hillary as ourr next President?

    I don't know who I want to vote for yet. A lot will depend on the primaries and the debates for me. It would be cool to have the country's first female president but that doesn't mean that it has to be Hillary Clinton. I guess we will see.

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    Re: Will you vote for Hillary as ourr next President?

    Quote Originally Posted by EdwinWillers View Post
    To disenfranchise, or to disfranchise, is to DEPRIVE people of something - in this case the right to vote.

    Voter ID laws - laws requiring registered voters to prove their identity before they cast their ballot disfranchise no one - save those who are not eligible to vote - which eligibility has nothing to do with voter ID laws in the first place, and ergo have nothing to do with this so-called disenfranchisement either.

    Those who argue against requiring registered voters to prove their identity before they vote are, fundamentally, arguing to give the right to vote to anyone, citizen or not.
    The lack of ID (associating each individual with a single address) not only allows non-citizens to vote but allows ANYONE the ability to vote multiple times. It is not at all uncommon for folks to have utility bills, leases or tax receipts (think hunting, vacation or rental property) from multiple locations and it is extremely doubtful that district 21 in LA, checks its voter registrations with district 4 in TX. Since a SS card or passport bears no address, those forms of identity can be paired with multiple other documents containing the same name and different address permitting one person to easily register and vote in multiple districts.
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    Re: Will you vote for Hillary as ourr next President?

    Quote Originally Posted by humbolt View Post
    If we can get to this point, democrats won't have to vote multiple times registered under the names of dead and fictitious people. It's a real time saver.
    That is fundamentally the issue driving the illegal immigration issue as well - the Democrat Party attempting to pad their voter roles with anyone and everyone they can.

    I'm surprised they're not just handing pre-filled ballots to illegals as they cross the border.
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    Re: Will you vote for Hillary as ourr next President?

    Quote Originally Posted by ttwtt78640 View Post
    The lack of ID (associating each individual with a single address) not only allows non-citizens to vote but allows ANYONE the ability to vote multiple times. It is not at all uncommon for folks to have utility bills, leases or tax receipts (think hunting, vacation or rental property) from multiple locations and it is extremely doubtful that district 21 in LA, checks its voter registrations with district 4 in TX. Since a SS card or passport bears no address, those forms of identity can be paired with multiple other documents containing the same name and different address permitting one person to easily register and vote in multiple districts.
    Ahyup.

    Not only are they NOT disfranchised, but they are in fact FRANCHISED to these very things without rational controls in place to prevent them.
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    Re: Will you vote for Hillary as ourr next President?

    Quote Originally Posted by Skruddgemire View Post
    There needs to be more options in the poll.

    The third option should be "Unsure" for those people who have yet to hear her carefully and artistically crafted speeches to emphasize the things that she will claim to accomplish if elected to PotUS (and will not get to do because either she was lying or because the two parties can't agree on ****) and need time to formulate an opinion.

    The fourth option should be "None of your business" which is for those people who believe that a secret ballot means that it's a secret @#$%ing ballot.

    I will be voting for the candidates that I feel are in line with my policies and beliefs, are not overly corrupt, and I think have a whelk's chance in a supernova of making good on at least some of their promises.

    That's all you're entitled to know and more than I normally tell anyone.
    Those options are already available, by implication - by simply not responding to the OP.
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    Re: Will you vote for Hillary as ourr next President?

    Quote Originally Posted by EdwinWillers View Post
    That is fundamentally the issue driving the illegal immigration issue as well - the Democrat Party attempting to pad their voter roles with anyone and everyone they can.

    I'm surprised they're not just handing pre-filled ballots to illegals as they cross the border.
    Maybe they are. Not much in the fraud department would surprise me these days. With the political efforts and the Chamber of Commerce screaming economics, there just doesn't seem to be much room left for average citizens to say anything that isn't labeled as bigotry of some sort. Every time I hear that charge regarding immigration now, there's a big lie behind it somewhere the accuser doesn't want anyone to notice.

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    Re: Will you vote for Hillary as ourr next President?

    Quote Originally Posted by EdwinWillers View Post
    Ahyup.

    Not only are they NOT disfranchised, but they are in fact FRANCHISED to these very things without rational controls in place to prevent them.
    Good morning, EdwinWillers.

    I have never understood the thinking that ID's should not be necessary for voting! How has everything become so perverted and one-sided in this country lately? I do understand all too well why some argue that point, however, but everyone knows why they're doing it! :

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    Re: Will you vote for Hillary as ourr next President?

    Quote Originally Posted by Fiddytree View Post
    Too liberal for me, but I will vote for her if Paul or Cruz get the nod. May vote for her if Walker gets it, but will have to think on it for a while.

    I'm a big government kind of guy, and thus I seek to limit the influence of libertarian thought.
    Hmmm... Having to choose between Hillary or Walker. That would be a tough one. That would be much like choosing which testicle to hit with a hammer.

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    Re: Will you vote for Hillary as ourr next President?

    Quote Originally Posted by EdwinWillers View Post
    That is fundamentally the issue driving the illegal immigration issue as well - the Democrat Party attempting to pad their voter roles with anyone and everyone they can.

    I'm surprised they're not just handing pre-filled ballots to illegals as they cross the border.
    The actual evidence that this occurs on any statistically significant level is sparse to non-existent. The great right-wing bogeyman. Also, the notion that arguing against voter ID is arguing for illegals to vote is patently false.

    I'm actually FOR voter ID, but only if certain conditions regarding access to that ID are met -- conditions that are very often (but not always) conspicuously lacking in proposed laws.

    However, that has little to do with the subject of the thread.
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