Discussion in 'Congress' started by BDBoop, Jul 6, 2012.
Yeah, that is about as clear as mud.
One proves his eligibility to vote when he registers.
All homeless would vote for Obama. Did I get that right?
Stop believing the political spin and lies our there.
Arizona passed an I.D. law in 2004 signed into law By Governor Janet Napolitano (D).
Many states passed voter I.D. laws over the last 8 to 10 years, done by both parties.
Because the states found adequate proof that people where committing voter fraud.
Dead people were voting, pets were voting and many were found to be voting more than one time under different names. Many were found to be bused in from different counties and voting districts.
When I've voted in the past all they ask me is my name, look for me in the book and say 'is this you'. They don't even ask to see my registration card. I've asked 'don't you want to see some ID'? They just looked at me and blinked. 'How do you know I am this person'? Their response was 'sign here'. ???
I don't see what the big fuss is about showing ID in order to vote. Of all the things we need to show ID for, don't you think that voting is a biggie? I do.
Anything that could possibly reduce voter fraud is automatically rejected by the democratics...
If you have a drivers license, military ID, passport or certain other types of photo ID, youre all set to vote, assuming that you are registered to vote.
Separate names with a comma.