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Will you be glad to show ID when you vote?

paul 2012/06/12 13:03:07
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These Zombie ACORN groups can do a lot of damage to the country before we see a Republican White House – and in fact could help prevent one through massive voter fraud.


That’s why citizen journalists across the nation need to be on the lookout for these reanimated ACORN groups.


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  • sglmom 2012/06/23 18:10:20
    Yes, Democracy should be protected.
    sglmom
    This is the LAW where I live ..
    I have NO PROBLEM pulling out MY Identification before being able to get a ballot!
  • JustTheFacts 2012/06/19 03:00:38
    Yes, Democracy should be protected.
    JustTheFacts
    +2
    Only the Nit Wit Dems would not want fair elections. It makes it harder for them to cheat.
  • knoodelhed 2012/06/18 15:23:55 (edited)
    Yes, Democracy should be protected.
    knoodelhed
    +1
    Here is one of the few places where I agree with the RW. I want to be able to make sure that no one but me gets to vote in my place. One person--and ONLY that person, one vote--and ONLY that vote.
  • Iamfree 2012/06/14 06:32:27
    Yes, Democracy should be protected.
    Iamfree
    +3
    Absolutely. I was stunned when I moved to the state I'm in and was not asked for i.d. the first time I went to vote. They had absolutely no idea who I was, they just took my word for it. Unbelievable.
  • Apache Iamfree 2012/06/14 22:12:07
  • Marek 2012/06/14 02:25:42
    Yes, Democracy should be protected.
    Marek
    +2
    Of course. If one does not care to get an ID or to show it before voting then one does NOT deserve the right to vote. Pure and simple. Easy way to keep illegals and dead people from voting and activists from voting early and often.
  • RobHom 2012/06/14 02:14:15
    Yes, Democracy should be protected.
    RobHom
    +3
    Every time I have ever voted in Florida.... I have had to show my drivers license or other government ID..like a military ID card.

    I believe without a single qualm...no ID, no vote.

    Before you comment about the poor and downtrodden....call your local welfare office and check to see if the poor and downtrodden can get welfare benefits without ID.

    This crap about not having ID is just that: CRAP!
  • Apache 2012/06/14 01:28:03
  • Marek Apache 2012/06/14 02:34:37
    Marek
    +2
    My state is in color but the entire east and west coast is grey. Kalifornia wants to be part of Aztlan but what is the deal with New York and other states on the East coast?
  • Apache Marek 2012/06/14 22:11:18
  • shenendoah 2012/06/13 15:23:24
    Yes, Democracy should be protected.
    shenendoah
    +5
    Been showing my ID for years and have never objected to it. Seems only folks that have no right to be here legally woiuld have a problem with it.
  • Clyde 2012/06/13 15:02:57
    Yes, Democracy should be protected.
    Clyde
    +6
    Yes, I show it even though the "Peoples Socialist Republic of Maryland" does not only not require it, they do all they can to ensure illegal voting.
  • "OG" 2012/06/13 14:57:34
    Yes, Democracy should be protected.
    "OG"
    +5
    I have no problem with it.
  • LOU 2012/06/13 14:27:36
    Yes, Democracy should be protected.
    LOU
    +5
    I have always had to show my ID.
  • dispatcher 2012/06/13 13:51:07
    Yes, Democracy should be protected.
    dispatcher
    +5
    all the time & every time !!
  • Wayne 2012/06/13 13:25:36
    Yes, Democracy should be protected.
    Wayne
    +5
    No problem for citizens, that have the right to vote. Non citizens do not have the right to vote on American laws on American soil. Illegals do not have the right and neither do dead people.
  • Franklin 2012/06/13 12:04:37
    Yes, Democracy should be protected.
    Franklin
    +5
    always have - its no "hardship" only criminals have trouble showing ID
  • JIM 2012/06/13 11:49:16
    Yes, Democracy should be protected.
    JIM
    +4
    in Ct. we have to show proof of who we are so why not everyone
  • beach bum 2012/06/13 09:01:37
    Yes, Democracy should be protected.
    beach bum
  • rknothead 2012/06/13 08:46:03
    Yes, Democracy should be protected.
    rknothead
    +4
    I'd be happy to show whatever ID they need to cast my vote for Romney in Nov. And for Hoekstra for the senate in Michigan.
  • Andrew 2012/06/13 07:34:51
    Yes, Democracy should be protected.
    Andrew
    +3
    As long as the means of identity proof is a seasy as proving you are old enough to purchase alcohol and cigarettes it is a fair and reasonable law! I will be happy to comply!
  • polkastria 2012/06/13 07:08:53
    Here's my liberal answer.
    polkastria
    Voted today.. showed my voter's card.. no ID required in my state and I have no problem with that.
  • urwutuis 2012/06/13 06:12:22
    Here's my liberal answer.
    urwutuis
    +2
    Aside from every investigation coming up with nothing carrying out this devious plot would require finding people willing to risk a $10,000 fine and 5 years in jail, supply them with names and addresses and then pray nobody screws up.
    The idea is ridiculous.

    It's much easier to do what Bush did in Florida in 2000 and remove votes after they're cast.
  • Franklin urwutuis 2012/06/13 12:07:09
    Franklin
    +4
    what investigations ? BTW down rave for the LIE about the 2000 election where if you ever got your head out of your ass you would know that we found thousands of illegal votes by Democrats ...Democrats cheated and still lost that election
  • urwutuis Franklin 2012/06/13 23:50:38
    urwutuis
    Who are "we" and where did this allegedly happen?
    What was actually found was registered voters not votes.
    Why do mindless sheep always resort to personal attacks? Is it the lack of understanding the concept of adult discussion, the overload of propaganda, the lack of real information or just plain stupidity?

    Jeb Bush illegally deleted 94,000 votes in 2000 giving 43 the win in Florida.

    You can't possibly believe that only one side is corrupt can you?
    Do you also believe guys with box cutters were responsible for 9/11 and we went into Iraq looking for WMDs?
    It's time to wake up and smell the cordite.
  • COCO 2012/06/13 06:09:25
    Yes, Democracy should be protected.
    COCO
    +4
    Also I have nothing to hide.
  • taitaFalcon23 2012/06/13 05:40:19
    Yes, Democracy should be protected.
    taitaFalcon23
    +4
    This is a non-issue. If you have to have an ID for d*mn near anything else - this should be important enough too. Besides, there are countless community services to make sure people can get their IDs. It's not like they have to have it on 4th of July weekend.
  • ღ♥ღ ℒea ღ♥ღ 2012/06/13 05:36:45
    Yes, Democracy should be protected.
    ღ♥ღ ℒea ღ♥ღ
    +6
    we have to show our ID for so many things... voting should be no different. I don't understand any that oppose this.
  • VICTORIA 2012/06/13 05:32:14
    No, The dead have a right to vote too.
    VICTORIA
    O, HELL no!!!!! I work the polls every election.
    Fukken racist hypocrites.
  • JP VICTORIA 2012/06/13 14:45:50
    JP
    +3
    No wonder!
  • VICTORIA JP 2012/06/13 15:02:35
    VICTORIA
    I know, it's the difference between actually being familiar with the process, and just wanting to prevent and suppress potential Democrat voters.
  • JP VICTORIA 2012/06/13 15:16:42
    JP
    +6
    Democrat voters don't have valid id?
  • VICTORIA JP 2012/06/13 15:40:05
    VICTORIA
    You don't seem to know thew topic, google voter suppression then.
  • JP VICTORIA 2012/06/13 17:49:05
    JP
    +6
    I completely grasp the topic.

    Do democrat voters have id or do they not?

    I'm sure there is a government program to help those democrat voters that can't afford a 13$ id card!
  • Claire JP 2012/06/13 18:22:50
    Claire
    +4
    "Johnson said 99.5 percent of the state’s voters have some form of photo identification. As Oakland County clerk, she gave free identification to anyone on assistance programs because the state required it. "

    --http://www.mlive.com/politi...

    It's free for voting....the people do not even have to pay the $13 fee that is charged at the BMV.
  • VICTORIA JP 2012/06/14 02:47:26
    VICTORIA
    Democrats are the party of the people. The impoverished, the minorities who've been disenfranchised.
    Voter suppression should make any American's blood boil.
  • shenendoah VICTORIA 2012/06/14 02:59:04
    shenendoah
    +1
    I used to think that too until I smartened up.
  • VICTORIA shenendoah 2012/06/14 03:00:10
  • Iamfree VICTORIA 2012/06/14 06:35:27
    Iamfree
    +1
    I find it offensive that you think poor people and minorities are too stupid or lazy to obtain a voter i.d. That's what makes my blood boil.
  • VICTORIA Iamfree 2012/06/15 01:26:15
    VICTORIA
    No you don't.
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