Meet The ‘Super Voters’ Who Could Be Disenfranchised By Pa. Voter ID Law

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    I stand by my convictions. Even this Republican has the civil right to vote.

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    Come back to us when she is actually prevented from voting, Dickless.
     
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    Where does the Voter ID law state that the ID must be a driver's license?
     
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    You mean after she is prevented from voting? Is that your argument? The woman stated that she has no photo id, and it's very difficult to get one. Why do you support the new defacto poll tax?

    BTW, I do have a dick. It's not as active today as it once was. Don't you feel like a petulant child using the term "dickless"? Have you ever stuck your head down my pants?
     
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    What kind of supporting documents are required to get a photo-id in Pennsylvania? What is the cost of getting them? Do you believe that someone who's voted in the last 50 elections, all of a sudden be required to pay a defacto poll tax to cast a ballot?

    BTW, I'm supporting the rights of a Republican in this case.
     
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    looks like even without the id you can vote. Note the 'or an affirmation'. They even put in an exception for religions that don't allow pictures.
     
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    What documents are required to get that "free of charge" ID? What do those documents cost, and what documents do you need to get one?
     
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    see above... Dickless. Note that if there is a fee involved anywhere along the line, a simple affirmation will do.

    end dumbass thread.

    Oh, you do know what an affirmation is... right?
     
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    Oh for crying out loud, she can vote absentee ballot

    stop blowing smoke up our asses
     
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    Typical lazy, easily manipulated, idiot Liberal.
     

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