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TOPIC: Voter_Suppression_in_Pennsylvania
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In response to the new requirement that voters have government-issued identification, the Pennsylvania Department of State announced that 758,000 residents may be at risk of not having the required identification. In fact, the Pennsylvania Majority Leader announced his motives for Voter ID: to deliver Pennsylvania for Governor Romney. The new law was passed despite the state's acknowledgement that it knows of no instances of in-person voter fraud in Pennsylvania. For that matter, there is scant evidence of such voting fraud across the nation. The Pennsylvania law has been upheld by the courts, though its impact on the election in that state is unpredictable.

Support your local GOPoopery in elections by defending the Republic-con Party's need to suppress votes in Pennsylvania.

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The Dems earned the vast majority of that money in 2008 the same way as this time, millions upon millions of small donations. 10 million small contributors as of last week in fact.

Romney sticks to the tried and true method of bending over and spreading his ass cheeks for billionaires like himself. So dependent on large donors is he that he has maxed out the limits on many and small donations from ordinary Americans has been slow to flow (suck a little harder Mittens!)

One buys his election with hard work, the other by a night in the sheets with the money left on the dresser.

Which one is more legitimate?

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Robert, Our views tilt more libertarian. Fiscally conservative, socially liberal. Odd how the Democrats today would consider JFK too conservative and the GOP would consider Reagan too liberal.

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AZQT, 2008 had plenty of voter fraud and voter intimidation. ACORN and the Black Panthers for example. The Dems and Repubs have both fucked the country over, they both have had an active hand in the till.

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FNM:

Aren't you a conservative? Buying the election (or anything) should be all fair in your ideals.

Hazle Township PA
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FNM

So then you would agree obama was responsible for the real voter fraud in 2008, when owebama bought the general election. Remember when obama said he was using public funds, then flip flopped?

The democrats have fucked the entire country (again).

...or is this one of those posts that when the dems spend big bucks it is ok, but a different therory when the GOP does?

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Nothing wrong with having to prove your identity in order to vote. The real voter fraud this election cycle has already been done by the GOP when it allowed Romney to buy the nomination and rigged the primaries against Ron Paul. The GOP has fucked itself (again).

Traverse City MI
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FJep:

And the sccotus was wrong in his views. He's human, well forgive him. Don't try calling yourself loyal to freedom if you support denying freedom to people you don't like.

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"I have some ocean front property here in AZ to sell you..."

Hey, if the big one comes along you might just make him a very rich man.

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Bush v. Gore (2000) "The individual citizen has no federal constitutional right to vote for electors for the President of the United States." SCOTUS

Sanford NC
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The Constitution never explicitly ensures the right to vote, as it does the right to speech, for example. It does require that Representatives be chosen and Senators be elected by "the People," and who comprises "the People" has been expanded by the aforementioned amendments several times. Aside from these requirements, though, the qualifications for voters are left to the states. And as long as the qualifications do not conflict with anything in the Constitution, that right can be withheld. For example, in Texas, persons declared mentally incompetent and felons currently in prison or on probation are denied the right to vote. It is interesting to note that though the 26th Amendment requires that 18-year-olds must be able to vote, states can allow persons younger than 18 to vote, if they chose to.

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