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Posted: 4/9/2012 3:25:01 PM

This is a classic!!  Get the debate going on Voter Fraud, this is 2012, it shouldn't be an issue.

http://www.breitbart.com/Big-Government/2012/04/08/DC-Polling-Place-Holder-Ballot

 

The young man then suggests that he should show his ID; the poll worker, in compliance with DC law, states: “You don’t need it. It’s all right. As long as you’re in here, you’re on our list, and that’s who you say you are, you’re okay.”

The young man replies: “I would feel more comfortable if I just had my ID. Is it alright if I go get it?" The poll worker agrees.

"I’ll be back Faster than you can say Furious,” the young man jokes on his way out, in a reference to the Fast and Furious gunwalking scandal that has plagued Holder’s Department of Justice.

Holder has maintained that voter fraud is not a major problem in the United States, and that voter ID would not curb voter fraud in any case.

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Posted: 4/9/2012 4:08:24 PM
a finger print scanner would deter fraud though.
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Posted: 4/9/2012 4:17:22 PM
Our whole system has been a joke since 2000

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Posted: 4/9/2012 7:48:45 PM

To AG Eric "my people" Holder neither voter fraud nor voter intimidation is a problem.

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Posted: 4/9/2012 11:14:27 PM
@#2

My fingerprints are on file only because of past employment.

Other than job related background checks, I would be against giving my fingerprints to the govt as a tradeoff for voting.
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Posted: 4/10/2012 8:38:18 AM

Why we need voter ID now

Holder’s opposition to ID laws comes in spite of the Supreme Court’s 6–3 decision in 2008, authored by liberal Justice John Paul Stevens, that upheld the constitutionality of Indiana’s tough ID requirement. When groups sue to block photo-ID laws in court, they can’t seem to produce real-world examples of people who have actually been denied the right to vote. According to opinion polls, over 75 percent of Americans — including majorities of Hispanics and African-Americans — routinely support such laws.

http://www.nationalreview.com/articles/295431/why-we-need-voter-id-laws-now-john-fund

 

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Posted: 4/10/2012 9:32:30 AM
QUOTE Originally Posted by glenndef62:

To AG Eric "my people" Holder neither voter fraud nor voter intimidation is a problem.



What do you mean, "a problem?" It is very clearly their solution.



dl has been a joke since well before 2000.
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Posted: 4/10/2012 9:40:55 AM
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Originally Posted by esplanade:



What do you mean, "a problem?" It is very clearly their solution.



dl has been a joke since well before 2000.

What do you mean, "a problem?" It is very clearly their solution.

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Posted: 4/10/2012 10:40:29 AM
While illegal and corrupt, voter fraud is the quickest way to get the desired results.

After failing to steal Florida in '00, the democrats needed to find a way to win elections.

A shrinking base created a problem.

How to regain power.

The solution was ACORN and fraudulant votes.

No need to recruit new voters and register new voters, just allow the same voters to vote multiple times.

1 person voting 50 times is like recruiting 50 new people.

Also when 1 side wins, there will be a tenancy by some to
" join the winning team "

This then increases the base legally.
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Posted: 4/10/2012 11:29:58 AM
QUOTE Originally Posted by J_Galt:

@#2

My fingerprints are on file only because of past employment.

Other than job related background checks, I would be against giving my fingerprints to the govt as a tradeoff for voting.
Not that type of system.
http://www.biometricsolution.com/

Systems like this are used in the pharmacy business all over this Country. In a hospital a nurse would identify the patient he/she is caring for and in order to get their meds would have their fingerprint identified. It serves multiple purposes: its fast, its accurate, and it deters crime that would result from a nurse stealing drugs.
This type of system has nothing to do with being fingerprinted in law enforcement. The only issue, which is a non issue to me, is people would need to prove they are who they say they are when they have their fingerprint scanned for the first time. After that the initial fingerprint is stored in a database and all future fingerprint scans would be compared to the initial fingerprint scan for identification purposes.
Again this type of identification has been in use in the medical/pharmaceutical field for years.
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Posted: 4/10/2012 12:15:29 PM
The database is what I am afraid of.

My fingerprints = another way to identify me.


once in a database, it can be hacked.

maybe this is " mission impossible " thinking but can someone then replicate a fingerprint?

If so, and the govt wants to jam me up...
replicate my fingerprint...
plant it somewhere...
arrest me and throw me in a hole.



I would rather have a retina scan as a method of proving who I am
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Posted: 4/10/2012 2:25:17 PM
It amazes me in this day and age how certain segments of the population say its unconstitutional to make people present ID before they vote.  They say its an added expense for some people and it disenfrachises or places undue hardship.  Now what also amazes me is that these same people never seem to utter a word about the government sponsored cell phones I see advertised on TV over the last few years.  Actually states if on medicare or food stamps you can qualify for a free phone and minutes.  Now as we all know (and some will admit), nothing is free.  So I guess its somehow OK for the gov't to make sure someone on wellfare has a cellphone, but that its not ok for them to have a formal picture ID to present at the time they are voting.
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Posted: 4/10/2012 2:39:05 PM
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Originally Posted by potter36:

It amazes me in this day and age how certain segments of the population say its unconstitutional to make people present ID before they vote.  They say its an added expense for some people and it disenfrachises or places undue hardship.  Now what also amazes me is that these same people never seem to utter a word about the government sponsored cell phones I see advertised on TV over the last few years.  Actually states if on medicare or food stamps you can qualify for a free phone and minutes.  Now as we all know (and some will admit), nothing is free.  So I guess its somehow OK for the gov't to make sure someone on wellfare has a cellphone, but that its not ok for them to have a formal picture ID to present at the time they are voting.

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Posted: 4/10/2012 4:26:43 PM

kids will need a photo or goverment issued ID just to take the SAT's after the recent spat of cheating scandals.

but we dont check the ID of people voting for the office of the President?

thats a joke

 

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Posted: 4/10/2012 9:52:41 PM
QUOTE Originally Posted by esplanade:



What do you mean, "a problem?" It is very clearly their solution.



dl has been a joke since well before 2000.




Havent been on the site before 2000... fail

You are the joke both in this forum and others... fail

And you take shots at me because you had a melt down on your own vitriol free thread... fail

espalande = fail


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Posted: 4/10/2012 11:09:29 PM
QUOTE Originally Posted by potter36:

It amazes me in this day and age how certain segments of the population say its unconstitutional to make people present ID before they vote.  They say its an added expense for some people and it disenfrachises or places undue hardship.  Now what also amazes me is that these same people never seem to utter a word about the government sponsored cell phones I see advertised on TV over the last few years.  Actually states if on medicare or food stamps you can qualify for a free phone and minutes.  Now as we all know (and some will admit), nothing is free.  So I guess its somehow OK for the gov't to make sure someone on wellfare has a cellphone, but that its not ok for them to have a formal picture ID to present at the time they are voting.
Their excuse is pathetic when a handicapped person needs to have their picture on their handicapped placard. If they can go get one of these for free (in their condition) there is not excuse for anyone else.
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Posted: 4/19/2012 3:07:48 PM

Kirsten Powers: ‘Democrats are sort of trapped in the past’ on voter ID opposition

http://dailycaller.com/2012/04/18/kirsten-powers-democrats-are-sort-of-trapped-in-the-past-on-voter-id-opposition-video/

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Posted: 4/19/2012 3:37:59 PM

But, but, but, Bush

But, but, but, Bush

The typical lib/left response.

Why the f shouldn't you show an id ?

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Posted: 4/19/2012 3:44:14 PM
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Originally Posted by chilitokid:

Their excuse is pathetic when a handicapped person needs to have their picture on their handicapped placard. If they can go get one of these for free (in their condition) there is not excuse for anyone else.

 We know why they don't want voters to have to present IDs.

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