Universal Voter Registration

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    John Fund: Stealth Legislation Coming in January, Universal Voter Legislation
    Posted by courage On December - 27 - 2009

    More here: American Thinker: What the Dems Know: Universal Voter Registration

     
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    Just because you die you lose your right to vote?

    Where does it say that in the constitution?
     
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    except in chicago, some wards in south boston and texas, yes, you do.


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    will there be politics in heaven?
    Or would that make it hell?
     
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    You don't have to die to cast a 'Ghost vote'. What will the Democrats think of next?
     
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    So employed renters in big cities without cars who have registered to vote are screwed? Interesting. I guess Barney isn't as green as I thought.
     
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    Oh I understand the concern of "Patriots" right now. We don't want certain of "those people" to be able to vote. Red States have procedures in place to discourage "those people" from voting. If the Federal Government comes up with a universal list of eligible voters, a hundred years of disenfranchisement will be wasted
     
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    :lol: Now that was funny. Obviously, that's not what was said at all, but at least you made me laugh. :lol:
     
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    and the inevitable race card played by yet another brain dead left-winger
     
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    Voting is a right and priviledge in the US. I fail to see how requiring people to take some time and register is bad. I want a motivated voter. If we were just talking about a registeration for federal elections that would be one thing. However, my guess is it is meant to cover state and local elections too. I think it becomes a state's rights issue at that time.
     

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