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Discussion in 'The War Room' started by klnOmega, Oct 12, 2017.
Sweet let's make the same restrictions on buying guns as there are on voting.
We can prevent just one murder by changing the ways in which 300+ million Americans are able to express their constitutional rights. So let's have a nationwide registry, and more restrictions. Prove you're a citizen to be able to speak in public. Papers please, or your car gets searched. After all, an illegal might by a gun or speak in public, or heaven forbid, drive. If just one person likes this post, it will all have been worth it.
No need to get all tight, homie.
It says 44 voted on one election and 46 voted on more than one election since 2006.
You've repeatedly failed to give any good reason to link the resignation to the republican letter that was sent to him. After that, you'll have to give good reason to believe a fraud. After that, you'll have to demonstrate 4 more orders of magnitude of said fraud, and then you'll still fall short of the floating claim of millions of illegals voting.
So still we need voter ID, like most other countries, see Canada and Mexico.
Look at my posts, use some nuance, and realize your strawman.
Americans have rights to guns
Illegals have no right to vote
....sure, if batshit crazy math helps you sleep better, believe it. I'm gonna go with logic that tells me 1 state's computer problems don't explain away the votes of an entire country.... but clearly you guys need this one badly. So go for it.
Hilary only won the popular vote because of illegal immigrants in PA and this proves it! Finally we can have her impeached....
Reading that article it sounds like he means a thousand; not literally thousands.
-Philadelphia City Commissioner Al Schmidt pushed the issue into the spotlight three weeks ago when he announced that his staff found 317 noncitizens who had canceled their voter registrations in the city from 2006
-In Allegheny County, election officials found 96 cases of noncitizens canceling their voter registrations since 2006.
-The Department of State then said it had records of 1,160 canceled voter registrations listing ineligibility as a reason and said the issue was under review
-Schmidt’s office found documentation from 220, either through direct contact or via an attorney, canceling the voter registrations. Of those 220, 44 voted in one election and 46 voted in more than one election.
Now move on to looking at other areas for the same. How about California as a whole or NY?
All in all, voter registration is the only clear cut way to make sure these little things don't become a bigger problem in the future. Shouldn't be a problem right?
Yes, your premise is great if every other state had the same problem. Since there's no proof of that at all and you're only making that assumption to reach your preferred conclusion, we can just move on back to reality.
Nope, shouldn't. I've got no problem with it at all. So now tell me why what you said isn't stupid.
If there's nothing to find there's nothing to find but if you don't investigate you'll never know. Given this isn't the first place to have a decrepency, checking them all makes sense. You want a fair, balanced and legal election yes?
He can go to Puerto Rico and do some good for his people.
The irony here is delicious.
No, you're just not following. Your rights shouldn't have restrictions placed on them just because illegals may occasionally take advantage of them.
This glitch happened in 2006
I have looked at your posts, easily shitted all on them, and then took your ideas to broader conclusions.
Again, you have nothing but your spidey senses to support the claim that he resigned over the republican letter sent to him on voter registration vulnerabilities.
It may be the case that he is resigning over that, or something related to that. It may also be the case that this is a hack republican spin. You do not know. We will find out.
When we find out, the answer will be "and so what of it?"
You will conclude that fire and brimstone tacos have overtaken us. Then, I will shitted all on your posts again, in my inimitable style.
At what point did you assume my stance was against voter registration/for illegals voting? I'm thoroughly confused why you're responding to me as if that's what I took issue with. It wasn't, at all.
I think Democrats would be ok with a free ID given at a national level which costs nothing and allocate a budget to ensure all people get it no matter what.