Friday, August 2, 2013 9:23:48 PM
As someone stated, the electoral college determines who is president. Popular vote is a mere conversation piece. Fix the archaic electoral college, then the PEOPLE will actually have a voice. The electoral college doesn't even have to vote along party lines. Terrible system.
Tuesday, July 30, 2013 11:01:14 PM
I don't think us Libtards are actually against legislation to keep elections honest. Then why are Democrats ALWAYS opposing laws to keep elections honest everywhere and every time they`re proposed? Why have they never -- and I mean NEVER -- put forth a proposal of their own that would reduce or eliminate voter fraud?
Cheating is an integral part of Democrat electoral strategy and has been for decades.
Monday, July 29, 2013 12:24:26 PM
No voter fraud? tell that to the vans and buses of people being dragged in by the lefties in the Wisconsin recall elections a few years back. Thank God there were enough smart people to counter that epic attempt at fraud. Want more? Two sons of Democrat candidates puncturing tires of Republican vehicles in Wisconsin. 20 people charged with voter fraud in 2008 in Madison Wi (jsonline.com) two men abusing same-day voter registration in WI (mediatrackers.org), in 2004 a report showed 1305 same-day voter registrations were invalid(online.wjs.com), WI Sen. Alberta Darling recall - 37% of the signatures were invalid (redstate.com). I could go on, but I will soon run out of space. Oh, and this is just Wisconsin, by the way. Can you imagine down in Chicago? But hey, there's no problem here... just look the other way!
Monday, July 29, 2013 8:55:54 AM
Ollie, I don't think us Libtards are actually against legislation to keep elections honest. You Conservatards keep making that stupid claim. It`s as dumb as saying God exists because the Bible says so. I think what they want (at least I do but maybe I`m just a moderate Libtard) is to make sure it`s done in a way that lets people keep their voting rights intact in a proper fashion. Make those IDs easily obtainable, in a timely fashion, at no cost to the voter. Not doing so *may* interfere with those rights for some people. Supposedly (I haven`t looked into this at all) those would mostly be people likely to vote Democratic. If that is actually correct, it would seem to be a very good reason for the Conservatard population to fight the Libtards and make up dumbsh*t excuses for it.
Monday, July 29, 2013 8:39:56 AM
I can understand checking photo ID to ensure that the voter registration card is being presented by the person listed on the card. If it's going to become required, and I see no issue with such a requirement, then those without other acceptable photo ID should have access to free, officially acceptable, ID. Why? Because some voters really don`t have the money to buy it, and that shouldn`t stop them from voting and, yes, it could certainly be construed as a "voter tax". Gerry, Some people don`t drive cars, use a library, cash government checks. Some ID`s are acceptable for some applications but not for others. I`m pretty liberal myself. I try not to be an idiot about it. People can also be conservative and not be idiots about it. Some of the elderly and the poor might actually be disenfranchised from their right to vote if the ID issue is handled poorly. Why is it SUCH a problem for conservatives to recognise that and ensure that those rights are protected for everyone