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    Re: 'Impeach Maxine Waters' street art appears in Inglewood...

    Quote Originally Posted by phattonez View Post
    I love this street sign.

    the sign is funny, all students must have i.d.

    but voters are not required have i.d.

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    Re: 'Impeach Maxine Waters' street art appears in Inglewood...

    Quote Originally Posted by Master PO View Post
    the sign is funny, all students must have i.d.

    but voters are not required have i.d.
    I noticed that too. It's hilarious. Where are the protests for this school? Intriguingly absent.

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    Re: 'Impeach Maxine Waters' street art appears in Inglewood...

    Quote Originally Posted by Winston View Post
    Whoever designed this artwork is a dimwitted moron because you can't impeach a congresswoman. If you want her out of office, you must hold a recall election.
    "Dimwitted" would be not seeing that they were making connection between Maxine's statement about Pres. Trump and getting her out of office. It's called using "artistic license" to make a point. But I'm pretty sure that fully understood that from the start and your post was nothing more than a lame attempt at discrediting the sentiment behind this act of vandalism in the cause of making a political statement. I also fully expect that this will used as an example when someone like myself asks for an example of a conservative destroying public or private property to make political point as so many on the left have recently.
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    Re: 'Impeach Maxine Waters' street art appears in Inglewood...

    The United States Constitution (Article 1, Section 5) gives the House of Representatives the power to expel any member by a two-thirds vote. Expulsion of a Representative is rare: only five members of the House have been expelled in its history.



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    Re: 'Impeach Maxine Waters' street art appears in Inglewood...

    Quote Originally Posted by eohrnberger View Post
    I can't say that I disagree with the sentiments of those political posters.
    I can't say I'm surprised...

    I do think she is a long way from being run out of office, can't say the same for our current Bluffer in Chief...

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    Re: 'Impeach Maxine Waters' street art appears in Inglewood...

    Quote Originally Posted by Master PO View Post
    the sign is funny, all students must have i.d. but voters are not required have i.d.
    Ahhh right wing apples and oranges...

    Minors attending school must have ID, as much to ensure the safety of minors in the school's care- all walking the halls must have ID- as help the staff recognize intruders from students. makes sense yes???

    Voters are adults exercising their constitutional rights and the voter officials have no real requirement to ensure their safety while inside the poll area...

    As an aside, not even Trump can find any real evidence elections have been influenced by voter fraud by voters, and seems intent on ignoring any influence by foreign powers... Imagine that...

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    Re: 'Impeach Maxine Waters' street art appears in Inglewood...

    Quote Originally Posted by notquiteright View Post
    Ahhh right wing apples and oranges...

    Minors attending school must have ID, as much to ensure the safety of minors in the school's care- all walking the halls must have ID- as help the staff recognize intruders from students. makes sense yes???

    Voters are adults exercising their constitutional rights and the voter officials have no real requirement to ensure their safety while inside the poll area...

    As an aside, not even Trump can find any real evidence elections have been influenced by voter fraud by voters, and seems intent on ignoring any influence by foreign powers... Imagine that...



    to work a job or collect welfare from any government, one must have a i.d...to say one must have an i.d. for school but one would not be needed to live thru receiving wages or assistance for ones life is ridiculous

    voting is not a right its a privilege per the constitution, so you have shown you don't know what you are talking about




    As a result, voting is not a right, but a privilege granted or withheld at the discretion of local and state governments.
    Beyond the Voting Rights Act: Why We Need a Constitutional Right to Vote
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    Re: 'Impeach Maxine Waters' street art appears in Inglewood...

    Quote Originally Posted by Master PO View Post
    to work a job or collect welfare from any government, one must have a i.d...to say one must have an i.d. for school but one would not be needed to live thru receiving wages or assistance for ones life is ridiculous. voting is not a right its a privilege per the constitution, so you have shown you don't know what you are talking about.
    Nice you dropped the rabid right ignorant talking point about schools...

    The Constitution refers repeatedly to the right to vote... you must have blinders on...

    The 12th, 17th, 19th, 23rd, 24th and 26th amendment all refer to the right to vote...

    Now point to where I said anything about collecting government assistance and IDs...

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    Re: 'Impeach Maxine Waters' street art appears in Inglewood...

    Quote Originally Posted by notquiteright View Post
    Nice you dropped the rabid right ignorant talking point about schools...

    The Constitution refers repeatedly to the right to vote... you must have blinders on...

    The 12th, 17th, 19th, 23rd, 24th and 26th amendment all refer to the right to vote...

    Now point to where I said anything about collecting government assistance and IDs...
    YOU show you don't have any knowledge on this subject, there is no right to vote

    the amendments to the constitution are law, no law has EVER created a right in the U.S. ....NEVER



    Even though there’s no specific ‘right to vote’ in the Constitution, like the “right to free speech”, or the “right to bear arms”, there are general protections that apply. The right to vote has been recognized by the Supreme Court as a “liberty interest” protected under the 14th Amendment to the Constitution. If a state interferes with a fundamental “liberty interest” of a US citizen, it cannot do so without “due process”, or in a way that violates the “equal protection” clause of the 14th amendment.

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    my point about an i.d. ............ to live as an adult in America and to work a job or collect government assistance one must have an i.d.

    i never said you said anything, i said " to say", which is a term referring to "generally speaking"



    u.s. constitution - Article 1 Section. 2.

    The House of Representatives shall be composed of Members chosen every second Year by the People of the several States, and the Electors in each State shall have the Qualifications requisite for Electors of the most numerous Branch of the State Legislature.


    rights do not have "Qualifications requisite", privileges do.
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    Re: 'Impeach Maxine Waters' street art appears in Inglewood...

    Quote Originally Posted by Master PO View Post
    YOU show you don't have any knowledge on this subject, there is no right to vote. the amendments to the constitution are law, no law has EVER created a right in the U.S. ....NEVER Even though there’s no specific ‘right to vote’ in the Constitution, like the “right to free speech”, or the “right to bear arms”, there are general protections that apply. The right to vote has been recognized by the Supreme Court as a “liberty interest” protected under the 14th Amendment to the Constitution. If a state interferes with a fundamental “liberty interest” of a US citizen, it cannot do so without “due process”, or in a way that violates the “equal protection” clause of the 14th amendment.
    You show you refuse to accept what you have posted- the right to vote is protected by the 4th amendment (FYI amendments are part of the Constitution )

    The right to vote is referenced in the many amendments I cited.

    I realize some must have everything spelled out in very simple terms but the rest of us can see the many references to the right as well as Supreme Court rulings CITING THE CONSTITUTION enshrining a right to vote...

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