Those cheating Dems.

Nov 2005
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Did you read your own article?

The key points:
A top Democrat on Tuesday threatened not to seat the Republican winner in a closely contested North Carolina House race when the new Congress takes power in January, citing allegations of "serious fraudulent activity" involving possible ballot harvesting.
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But in North Carolina, state law still prohibits anyone other than a voter or a close family member from mailing in or dropping off that voter's ballot.​
In California, it's legal.
In North Carolina, it's NOT legal.
That is the problem at hand for North Carolina.

What you just did is like pointing to a car going 65 MPH (in a 65 MPH zone) and then pointing to a person getting a ticket for going 40 MPH in a 35 MPH zone to try to complain about the 65 MPH zone. :rolleyes:
 
Jun 2012
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Barsoom
If anyone can show me where federal civil rights laws are supported in the Constitution, that would be great.
 
Nov 2005
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If anyone can show me where federal civil rights laws are supported in the Constitution, that would be great.
If Jimmyb could show how that matters to any existing court in the land, by using that existing court's rulings or statements, that would be great...
#sarcasm
 
Jun 2012
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Barsoom
If anyone can show me where federal civil rights laws are supported in the Constitution, that would be great.
 
Dec 2015
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Arizona
It's sad to see what passes for "debate" these days, isn't it? When shown they are wrong, people simply say they don't believe the evidence right before their eyes. Instead, what they should be saying is, "Hey, thanks for the information, I wasn't aware of that before. Seems I was mistaken."

HAAA....oh Lee. That was so cute. AS IF THAT has EVER *EVER* happened on DTT. The debate tactics on DTT (with exceptions) are Trumpian in nature: LIES, denials, reversals, LIES, canned responses, unsubstantiated claims, LIES, biased sources/no sources, blame Obama, blame Hillary, LIES, blame the media, 3rd-grade grammar, 3rd-grade spelling, 3rd-grade vocabulary.

One of my favorite tactics is the oh-so-lovable Authoritarian Personality Syndrome. It's so entertaining when we GET to hear the inside story on what Bob Mueller is doing and planning--what evidence he has and does not have.
I also enjoy the Social Hierarchy Approach--those generalizations (using the word "ALL") and stereotypes, because let's face it. Some folks are just low-status and don't deserve the time of day.
Here's another one that's fun--the Deprivation Affliction. It refers to the experience of being deprived of something to which one believes they are entitled. In other words, "IT'S NOT FAIR" or the ever-popular "Mexicans are taking our jobs away"--not that I wanted that job, but I might have wanted that job.

Thanks, Bobby Azarian Ph.D.
Mind In The Machine
 
Nov 2012
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Actually, citizenship is defined nationally and non-citizens cannot vote generally (may be some exceptions for resident aliens).
Far better assurance that someone has not voted in two states could be obtained by a National ID card. Why do you object?

Also, since the voter registration involves identification, why is a further "voter ID" at polls necessary if mail in ballots do not require ID?
Once again as I stated civics isn't your strong suit.

The Constitution has given powers to the US Government, and Powers to the States.
The Constitution has give powers to the Legislative, Executive and Judicial Branches

Out founders did not want ANY SINGLE central all powerful Government.

And yes, the US Government has guidelines on Citizenship, But it is the power the state has to MAKE SURE ONLY CITIZENS VOTE....

Thus why we need voter ID to prevent the left or the Right biasing the election.

So please read it you might learn something.
 
Nov 2018
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Once again as I stated civics isn't your strong suit.

The Constitution has given powers to the US Government, and Powers to the States.
The Constitution has give powers to the Legislative, Executive and Judicial Branches

Out founders did not want ANY SINGLE central all powerful Government.

And yes, the US Government has guidelines on Citizenship, But it is the power the state has to MAKE SURE ONLY CITIZENS VOTE....

Thus why we need voter ID to prevent the left or the Right biasing the election.

So please read it you might learn something.
And yet....SCOTUS and the federal government have instituted rulings and legislation that affects states. Or, did you never hear of the Voting Rights Act or the various amendments to the C that regulate voting that is administered by the states... argue for a national ID card if you really want to "guarantee" fair voting... and see how far that gets you with fellow conservatives.