Old 02-28-2017, 03:47 AM
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Alsatian
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I like how, in the original text, the dips who brought the suite in the first place said the government had done a complete 360. What mathematical illiterates. It was also interesting to note the amazement of that group, as if there could be no alternative perspective other than their open borders program posing as something it is not -- support for voting rights. Really, in terms of voting rights, aren't voting rights more strongly supported by making election fraud more difficult (e.g., protecting the voting rights of lawful voters who don't want their vote diluted by voter fraud) than in making it possible to vote for idiots who can't scare up a legal personal identity card?

Yah. That's right! Give a thought to the rest of us who DO comply with a modest requirement of presenting identity and registering to vote -- protecting our voting rights by preventing fraud is ALSO a voters rights matter.

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