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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New York became New York Communities for Change

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  • VICTORIA shenendoah 2012/06/14 03:00:10
  • Iamfree VICTORIA 2012/06/14 06:35:27
    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
    No you don't.
  • JP VICTORIA 2012/06/14 17:16:07
    The impoverished minorities you speak of have been given billions of other peoples money and promised the world by the "party of the people"

    The "party of the people" have been keeping these impoverished minorities on Uncle Sam's Plantation with promises and meager handouts for 50 years. When are you gonna decide you need some results!

    Voter fraud doesn't help any American citizen guaranteed a legitimate election.
  • VICTORIA JP 2012/06/15 01:26:53
  • JP VICTORIA 2012/06/15 03:23:36
    Very touching but pointless.

    Support valid elections!
  • VICTORIA JP 2012/06/16 03:27:22
  • paul VICTORIA 2012/06/16 12:38:18
  • VICTORIA paul 2012/06/21 03:44:48
  • JP VICTORIA 2012/06/16 20:51:04
    Doubt it. Americans want jobs, not political BS and partisanship Obama has given us.

    worst president ever
  • VICTORIA JP 2012/06/21 03:45:00
  • JP VICTORIA 2012/06/21 14:17:17
    Did you pay attention in November 2010? Did you pay attention to the Scott Walker election?

    The silent majority is coming for your guy!
  • VICTORIA JP 2012/06/22 03:14:27
    Yes, I did. Did YOU pay attention to the exit polls?
    Silent majority/ What century do you think you're living in?
    Stop bothering me- vote for your richie rich.
  • JP VICTORIA 2012/06/22 13:32:50
    I'm living in the here and now.

    I'm not voting for the guy that spends more time at his $40,000 a plate Hollywood fundraisers and golfing than he does working.

    The voter turnout in 2008 was about 61.5% of eligible voters nationwide. That was when "hope n change" slogans were everywhere. I got news for ya, this year I drive a long ways and see very few of those anymore and no one but extreme leftists that hate white people with jobs, hate Israel and really hate businesses that are productive and hire are carrying the water for maybe the worst president ever!

    Obama can't run on his accomplishments, all he has is this...it would be worse if the other guy won...good luck with that!

    obama loser
  • Cary Leuty VICTORIA 2014/11/06 06:34:40
    Cary Leuty
    We saw plenty of voter suppression live and on videotape in Phillie awhile back...and it wasn't against blacks who were being suppressed, but other races. There is a need to eradicate voter fraud and intimidation EVERYWHERE. The voting franchise can only guarantee democracy when everyone has their ONE say on an issue or candidate.
  • paul VICTORIA 2012/06/14 02:29:45 (edited)
    Do you mean to tell us that with all the Voter registration fraud that had been going on, that this is a matter of voter suppression? Have you looked at what ACORN was found guilty of and what all of it's other tentacles are doing?
  • VICTORIA paul 2012/06/14 02:48:09
    ACORN wasn't found guilty of anything.
    The GOP went on a witchhunt and defunded them.
  • paul VICTORIA 2012/06/14 03:24:59
    On April 6 the Association of Community Organizations for Reform Now (ACORN), that is, the organization itself as opposed to its employees, was convicted in Las Vegas of felony “compensation” for registration of voters. Sentencing is scheduled for August 10. Nevada forbids compensating voter registration canvassers because it creates a financial incentive for fraudulent or sloppy registrations.
  • VICTORIA paul 2012/06/14 03:31:21
  • paul VICTORIA 2012/06/16 22:24:38
    That's your answer?
  • VICTORIA paul 2012/06/21 03:45:12
  • Cary Leuty VICTORIA 2014/11/06 06:29:16
    Cary Leuty
    Independent studies of precincts voting habits before and after the Texas ID law indicate no significant deviation in the population mix. Blacks, Hispanics, Whites, et. al. still show up to vote. Perhaps that I is because there is so little mass transit in this state that virtually everyone of legal voting age has a driver's license, or passport, but it is a little easier to to stop a double-dipper when they are scanning the barcode for verification and tagging voter registration record
  • Cognito22 JP 2012/06/13 19:51:54
  • shenendoah VICTORIA 2012/06/13 15:27:02
    You just might be part of the problem.
  • VICTORIA shenendoah 2012/06/13 15:40:28
    By doing my civic duty? whatever
  • Claire VICTORIA 2012/06/13 18:10:18
    I don't understand why you would bring it down to a matter of race. In OH, voters have been required to show a picture id to vote since I can remember....I have had to to show one every time that I have gone to the polls to vote. NO issues in our State. Not a single person saything that they went through voter disenfranchisement....unless they did not understand the deffinition of the word.
    Yes, I have read about it....no it has nothing to do with race. It is simply a matter of making sure that companies that "organize" mass voting petitions do not create false voters. I would think that a person that worked at the polls would want a fair election and would be happy to check the id of the person that is coming in to place a vote for the next President of the United States.
  • Quietma... Claire 2012/06/13 22:34:17
  • Claire Quietma... 2012/06/14 16:13:25
    Thanks for the laugh.
  • angelbaby 2012/06/13 05:13:46
    Yes, Democracy should be protected.
    Oh hell YES!
  • Herb 2012/06/13 04:14:53
    Yes, Democracy should be protected.
    show your dl
  • DFA 2012/06/13 04:05:42
    Yes, Democracy should be protected.
  • evangelism_vision 2012/06/13 03:59:37
    Yes, Democracy should be protected.
    YES AND I DID ON JUNE 5TH IN CALIFORNIA Even through they did not ask for it I showed it anyway
  • evangel... evangel... 2012/06/13 04:00:16
  • evangel... evangel... 2012/06/13 04:01:10
  • Christine/Rest in peace Pet... 2012/06/13 02:57:56 (edited)
    Yes, Democracy should be protected.
    Christine/Rest in peace Peter Br
    I love to show my ID when I vote. I am proud to be a legal voter exercising my right as a citizen

    I got a letter from my US rep asking for help in donations because an Acorn group has already begun ads and attacks on him. I am so sick of this group which never changed its colors, only it name.

    The group named in this letter was named something Education group. I will see if I can find the letter for the right name.
  • jubil8 BN-0 PON 2012/06/13 02:28:11
    Yes, Democracy should be protected.
    jubil8 BN-0 PON
    No problem here. :)

    I'm continually surprised that I DON'T have to show it. I think it's weird.
  • Plantgypc 2012/06/13 02:04:09
    Yes, Democracy should be protected.
    I do everytime.
  • redhorse29 2012/06/13 01:59:57
    Yes, Democracy should be protected.
  • NPC 2012/06/13 01:35:35
    Yes, Democracy should be protected.
    The DOJ is fighting he Voter ID law in Texas now.
  • Linkums 2012/06/13 01:24:28
    Yes, Democracy should be protected.
    Showed my ID in the primaries too. Like a boss.

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