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Clay Bennett


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  1. SKJAM!

    SKJAM! GoComics PRO Member said, 1 day ago

    It is a question worth thinking about—if you insist on photo ID to stop fraudulent voters, won’t they just obtain fraudulent photo ID?

  2. Jase99

    Jase99 said, 1 day ago


    What are you talking about? If fake IDs were that easy to get, people would be use it for underage drinking, gambling, and and writing fraudulent checks. Those things never happens.

  3. canFunny

    canFunny said, 1 day ago

    In Venezuela Chavez and the current president got elected by fraudulent means, people voting in two or more ballot stations, some how dead people showed up to vote, and minors were also voting; of course no photo ID was required. On the other hand Canada requires every voter to have a photo ID, either a drivers licence, a passport or a citizenship card, and if all is lost a health card can be used as a last resort. How much does Canada suffers for the requirement of photo ID, Nothing. I just don’t see what’s the big deal, we all need photo ID for everything else, why not voting. The opportunity for fraud is greater without Photo ID.

  4. cjr53

    cjr53 said, 1 day ago

    If the voter id card is issued at the time of registration, and is at no charge, then no problem.

  5. Condoreggs

    Condoreggs GoComics PRO Member said, 1 day ago

    Isn’t that Limbaugh before he lost his hair.

  6. Water Buffalo

    Water Buffalo said, 1 day ago


    There is a difference there, canFunny. Canada uses voter ID to allow people to vote; America uses voter ID to stop people from voting.

  7. Rad-ish

    Rad-ish GoComics PRO Member said, 1 day ago

    Diebold fraud elected W.

  8. Water Buffalo

    Water Buffalo said, 1 day ago

    ^ “Like like”?

    Who sounds “like like” an idiot?

    And you’re all, “I’m gonna tell him off….and stuff.”

  9. martens misses all her friends

    martens misses all her friends GoComics PRO Member said, 1 day ago

    Can you make a cogent reply to another’s post and/or ask a reasonable question or must you resort to insult?

  10. mdavis4183

    mdavis4183 GoComics PRO Member said, 1 day ago

    If you try to vote twice with the same voter ID in my state you’ll get arrested.

  11. lonecat

    lonecat said, 1 day ago

    When I vote in Ontario, I walk up the street to the middle school and I go into the auditorium and I say to the elections official, “Hi, Ellen,” and she says, “Hi, Lonecat.” She asks for ID, and I show her either my driver’s license or my ID from where I work — it used to be that a utility bill to your address would do, but I don’t think that counts any more. She checks my name off the list (we don’t have to register, that’s done for us automatically). I go over to the voting booth and I’m out in about 3 minutes. There are voting stations all over, and I’ve never seen a line of more than four or five people. Anyone who forgets to bring ID can sign a form and cast a vote, which is counted unless it is challenged. Or if someone else can vouch for you, you can vote. “Hey, Ellen, that’s Martk, he lives next door to me, I can vouch for him.” I’ve never seen that happen, but I think it’s within the rules. Ellen knows most everyone in the neighborhood, anyway. We don’t seem to have much trouble with fraudulent voting. We have had some trouble, however, with (dare I say it) Conservatives phoning up people with incorrect information about when and where to vote — there are some cases going through the courts right now.

  12. Jase99

    Jase99 said, 1 day ago


    So we should get separate fake IDs for each time we want to vote? Good tip.

  13. Jase99

    Jase99 said, 1 day ago


    I had lived in my previous apartment for 15 years and voted in every election. The election judges (same ladies every year) knew me by name. Each and every election for 13 years, my voter registration was challenged. I re-registered twice hoping that would put an end to it. The challenges followed me after a name change. My voter registration was even challenged the first two years I worked as an election judge. The second year as an election judge, the head judge of my ward expressed annoyance at the repeated challenges and told me she’d have a word with election supervisor. The challenges finally stopped.

  14. Bears

    Bears GoComics PRO Member said, about 24 hours ago


    So, like the rest of the American system, if you have access to somebody with power, things can get done.

  15. Joadtom

    Joadtom said, about 18 hours ago

    It is not the voters that decide the election. It is the vote counters. Too often, that’s where the fraud lies.

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