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Republicans begin their outreach to minorities by....passing voter ID laws

#21NoName999Posted 3/27/2013 3:29:29 PM
Notice how the people who whine about "government tyranny" always seem to actively encourage it when it affects black people.
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#2298fm9sajf9mdnr2Posted 3/27/2013 5:17:28 PM
From: NoName999 | #021
Notice how the people who whine about "government tyranny" always seem to actively encourage it when it affects black people.

Just like liberals when it comes to asian people:

http://www.gamefaqs.com/boards/261-politics/65780598
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#23NoName999Posted 3/27/2013 5:25:06 PM
Oh go back to having sexual fantasies about your sister.
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#24RedcountPosted 3/27/2013 5:26:05 PM
wally posted...
the wheel posted...
I honestly have no problem with Voter ID laws. I do have a problem when they're implemented. The rash of Voter ID laws just before the last election was frankly shameful. Give the public some time to gather the necessary documents needed for the ID. A 2-3 year window seems fair to me.


I basically agree with you. The only issue with it I have is that it's attempting to fix a problem that doesn't exist. If politicians were just honest enough to say, "We have absolutely no evidence that voter fraud fixable by ID laws exist, but this is a simple way of ensuring that no such fraud is ever perpetrated in the future," then fine.


I agree. How is it such an issue to have ID, so long as you have a long enough period of notice?

Though I know it's much harder to vote in the U.S. than in Canada; you have to be registered far in advance, from what I understand, and if you're not on the list, too bad. I wasn't on the voting roll for years, but so long as I brought government-issued photo ID (my passport) and a piece of mail from the government to my address in the riding, I was able to vote.

Hell, electoral laws here allow you to vote without ID, so long as a verified voter vouches for you.
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#25ColbertFan1337Posted 3/27/2013 5:32:21 PM
mystic belmont posted...
Because it solves a problem that doesn't exist.


No, it does solve a "problem": the fact that them socialism-loving colored folks can vote.
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#26Pitbuller_26Posted 3/27/2013 5:42:05 PM
Why do I get the feeling voting IDs will only increase cases of voting fraud?
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#27Heineken14Posted 3/27/2013 6:21:24 PM
From: 98fm9sajf9mdnr2 | #022
From: NoName999 | #021
Notice how the people who whine about "government tyranny" always seem to actively encourage it when it affects black people.

Just like liberals when it comes to asian people:

http://www.gamefaqs.com/boards/261-politics/65780598


Just like Asians when dealing with liberals.

http://www.gamefaqs.com/boards/261-politics/64551309
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#28DarkJoker IIIPosted 3/27/2013 6:52:18 PM
wally posted...
the wheel posted...
I honestly have no problem with Voter ID laws. I do have a problem when they're implemented. The rash of Voter ID laws just before the last election was frankly shameful. Give the public some time to gather the necessary documents needed for the ID. A 2-3 year window seems fair to me.


I basically agree with you. The only issue with it I have is that it's attempting to fix a problem that doesn't exist. If politicians were just honest enough to say, "We have absolutely no evidence that voter fraud fixable by ID laws exist, but this is a simple way of ensuring that no such fraud is ever perpetrated in the future," then fine.


This.
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