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Vote Multiple Times?

LarryE

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So, today I hear a Fox newsman state that there is an estimated 3,000,000 people who hold ballot capability in multiple states. Who would have thought that could happen. Then he states that there is nothing that anyone can do about it, that even if caught, they would not get the vote corrected. So, this is another case of closing the barn door after the cows have escaped. Now, do you think the RNC will change the laws or add any teeth to the current laws AFTER the election? So, we will be subject to Voter Fraud again next election cycle, and the next, and the next.
 

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Yup, nothing you can do about it and no amount of photo ID laws will keep it from happening.
 

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Imagine how much easier this whole process would be if we were all bar coded serfs.
 

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Start with a bar code on the right hand or on the forehead, for easy scanning.
 

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Yes, we need a totalitarian voting system. Voter ID is just the beginning. We need a national database, with a national ID, to prevent people from voting more than once.

We're getting there. Little by little. We need a stronger, beefier, better policed State to manage our affairs.

It always begins with the best of intentions. Trust the State, for your own good.

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So, today I hear a Fox newsman state that there is an estimated 3,000,000 people who hold ballot capability in multiple states. Who would have thought that could happen. Then he states that there is nothing that anyone can do about it, that even if caught, they would not get the vote corrected. So, this is another case of closing the barn door after the cows have escaped. Now, do you think the RNC will change the laws or add any teeth to the current laws AFTER the election? So, we will be subject to Voter Fraud again next election cycle, and the next, and the next.

http://www.usmessageboard.com/politics/242797-want-my-vote.html
 

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Yes, we need a totalitarian voting system. Voter ID is just the beginning. We need a national database, with a national ID, to prevent people from voting more than once.

We're getting there. Little by little. We need a stronger, beefier, better policed State to manage our affairs.

It always begins with the best of intentions. Trust the State, for your own good.

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Ya and who is to blame? You are for voting for socialists like Obama.
 

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...do you think the RNC will change the laws or add any teeth to the current laws AFTER the election?

Well, no. The RNC has no ability to change laws...any laws.

Of course, Congress does have the ability to change laws...federal laws. Since voting is a state issue, Congress has no ability to change these laws.

If your state is in need of reform, work to reform it.

Good luck.
 

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Now understand I am only posting this to show how unpatriotic "some people" can be.

[ame=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8UI8Udxfx80]Real id,break the Real id chip - YouTube[/ame]
 

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People move. It's the way it is.

How do you suggest this problem be solved?
 

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Start with a bar code on the right hand or on the forehead, for easy scanning.

Isn't that the sign of the Anti-Christ? Is that what the republicans are shooting for?!?! :eek:
 

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Papers, please! Papers, old man!

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there4eyeM

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Just because the entire history of the world teaches us not to trust governments and men in power doesn't mean that we shouldn't trust them today.....

.....does it?
 

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...do you think the RNC will change the laws or add any teeth to the current laws AFTER the election?

Well, no. The RNC has no ability to change laws...any laws.

Of course, Congress does have the ability to change laws...federal laws. Since voting is a state issue, Congress has no ability to change these laws.

If your state is in need of reform, work to reform it.

Good luck.

Some states have been trying and are getting no cooperation from the feds. States wanted to update voter rolls and purge names of deceased, illegal aliens or people who have moved.

Holder sued Florida when they tried to remove names of illegal aliens from the rolls. The claim was that some had been on there a while and a few may have become citizens. The claim was that updating voter rolls somehow was unfair to the minorities. Illegal immigrants are the only minorities that would be affected, or those minorities who had moved out of state or died. Those absentee ballots that were sent out to deceased were used, so seems a legitimate concern. 300,000 names of people who had moved and were registered elsewhere should have been taken off as well.

A little fraud here and a little fraud there add up quickly. Voting is our right, but it's up to each of us to ensure we are legally registered to vote.


Justice Department lawsuit challenges Florida voter purge - CNN.com
 

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Start with a bar code on the right hand or on the forehead, for easy scanning.

Nah, they can put mine right on my ass cheeks so they can kiss my ass every time before scanning it.
 

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