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commented on Doonesbury
24 days ago
Again, you miss a major point. You do not know whether there is any in person voter fraud. Considering a recent election in Minnesota was very close and had to have some ballots mysteriously found in the trunk of a car. You might also check out how certain people actually encourage voter fraud. http://projectveritas.com/minnesota-voter-fraud/ Do you care to guess what major party these workers are members of? Bottom line, rather than tell us there isn’t any, which is not true, why don’t you tell us why you are against common sense solutions?
There seems to be two schools of thought going on here. There are also two types of voter fraud that are being discussed. The first is the one in support of the cartoonist who declares there are no credible cases of voter fraud. This has been shown to be untrue. One person even said that since it was caught and no harm was done, then what is the problem. Um, that would be the ones that were caught. Some on this thread are saying that even though voter fraud does exist it has not caused any changes in elections. And this is the bar we use? That is like saying that since Tom Brady beat the Colts really bad, the cheating he did (or did not do, whomever you believe) the cheating was OK and there is no need to do anything about it.There are people who are claiming that there is no live voter fraud going on. That may be true, but if you eve watch Project Veritas videos, you see video proof that if someone wanted to vote fraudulently he/she could. If it is easy to do, I tend to believe there are some people who are doing it. Another person said that Republicans only want to use ID’s that are often not owned by people who they do not want to vote. Anyone can pretty much get a photo ID and most states offer free or low cost options. As I see it, there are some who do not care about the integrity of our voter registrations and those who would like to only have people eligible to vote do so.
drklassen, that"silly" dead voting meme you were talking about has people in CA and CO voting in elections years after they are dead. That is not accidental. Also, enjoy this story. http://www.richmond.com/news/virginia/article_e008ce00-0365-57a2-95c0-4d9aa70012f9.htmlCommon sense laws such as voter’s being required to produce a photo ID can eliminate much of the voter fraud that does exist. The only people I know who object are people who would rather have an election tainted.
commented on Bloom County
6 months ago
I can hardly wait!
commented on Baldo
about 1 year ago
Illegal immigrants should be concerned about being deported. The problem is there is no reason to be. Something like 40% of residents of illegal immigrants are on some sort of welfare. Illegal immigrants also account for a significant amount of the money lost by hospitals due to an inability to pay. The number may even be higher. According to one study, illegal immigrants account for 37% of federal prison populations. Murder rates among illegal immigrants runs anywhere from 3-10 times higher than the legal population. I would even suggest removing illegal immigrants would go a long way towards raising wages in this country. A process such as e-verify would make it impossible for illegals to get a job. Most would probably leave this country if they could not get a job and could not get access to welfare. Of course Mitt Romney was a monster for suggesting self-deportation. If you are in favor of allowing illegal immigrants to stay in the country, just say so. But please keep your arguments fact based. Nobody is suggesting deporting legal immigrants.
And that is the way it should be. When giving, don’t let your left hand know what your right hand is doing. I am thinking that bill is not going to stay there, however.
commented on The Wizard of Id - Spanish
over 1 year ago
commented on Arlo and Janis
over 1 year ago
Janice does not have a clothes line. It is a solar powered dryer.
commented on Non Sequitur
over 1 year ago
First, the companies in question are not saying they will not serve gay people. They are only saying they do not wish to participate in a ceremony that goes against their religion. This does not make them bigots. However, in this storyline, I find it interesting that the the haters who are intolerant of other people’s beliefs have forced a couple out of business and in the end they have been rewarded. Backfire!
Who are the intolerant people here? Look what happens when a gay guy hosts Ted Cruz. The gay guy is vilified and eventually apologizes. When someone comes to the aid of someone being put out of business because of a religious stand, the gay & lesbian community forces it to stop the funding. We know who the real haters are.
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