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Most agree with Photo ID for Voting

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MtMan
Tue Apr 17 2012, 04:16PM Email Thread Print View

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73% Think Photo ID Requirement Before Voting Does Not Discriminate

Rasmussen Reports, April 16, 2012

Despite his insistence that voter fraud is not a serious problem, Attorney General Eric Holder was embarrassed last week when a video surfaced of someone illegally obtaining a ballot to vote under Holder’s name in his home precinct in Washington, D.C. Most voters consider voter fraud a problem in America today and continue to overwhelmingly support laws requiring people to show photo identification before being allowed to vote.

A new Rasmussen Reports national telephone survey finds that 64% of Likely U.S. Voters rate voter fraud at least a somewhat serious problem in the United States today, and just 24% disagree. {snip}

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(I, for one, am surprised that 24% disagree with this)

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Socalman
Tue Apr 17 2012, 10:09PM

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Even if someone does not have a PHOTO ID, they most likely have some other sort of ID. I have never understood the ability just to walk in and say my name and get my ballot. Heck, when I was in high school and worked in a library we required ID to get a library card!
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bills grandson
Wed Apr 18 2012, 01:36AM

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my mom used to work the polls. I remember one year it was at the elementary school. The way it was set up it was local and everyone knew everyone so it would be hard for a stranger to walk in and get a ballot. We ended up with a bunch of those rotten pencils. I think it should go beyond a photo ID and to sign up you should prove you are eligable to be voting. Maybe even do like they did in Iraq and when done voting you had a purple thumb. Not only would everyone know you voted you could only vote once.
I could also see a very basic IQ test.

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RubiCrawlerLJ
Wed Apr 18 2012, 03:30AM

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Requirement to vote should be US government or State issued photo ID and the voter not receiving a government subsidy for a continuous one year period prior to the voting date!


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Lumbe® Jill
Wed Apr 18 2012, 07:33AM

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My moms name remained on the registered voters list long after she had died. One year I noticed that someone had signed on her line. When I asked about it, saying that she was dead, the pollster said "someone must have signed on the wrong line". I said "funny...they signed her name" They just shrugged and went about their business.

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BB Dweller
Wed Apr 18 2012, 07:56AM
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City of Big Bear Lake is here from Voter Fraud. A lot of business owners in the city area were registered at their Business address and BBL PO boxes in the 70s. It really never made much of a difference till the separation of the city from county all the ballots were the same through the whole Valley. People would move out of BBL out to BBC and still get mail in town. Why would you bother changing your voter address when the ballots were all the same back then.

"Americans were so tired of being thought of as dumbasses by the rest of the world, that some went to the election polls the last presidential election and removed all doubt."


"Never let a serious crisis go to waste.

Obama is currently in his fifth year of campaigning and speechmaking, which is considerably easier than being president. All it takes is a good writer, a teleprompter, a few lies and the ability to cry “wolf” every month or so.
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BB Dweller
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My driver’s license has never had a physical address on it just a P.O Box

"Americans were so tired of being thought of as dumbasses by the rest of the world, that some went to the election polls the last presidential election and removed all doubt."


"Never let a serious crisis go to waste.

Obama is currently in his fifth year of campaigning and speechmaking, which is considerably easier than being president. All it takes is a good writer, a teleprompter, a few lies and the ability to cry “wolf” every month or so.
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Oso
Wed Apr 18 2012, 10:18AM
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Good news for Obama supporters. You can vote as many times as you want on November 7th for your candidate. Be sure to carpool to save the planet.
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Ernest T. Bass
Wed Apr 18 2012, 12:17PM

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And to those that will write in a candidate, all you are doing is voting for Barry to go 4 more years.

I don’t need your attitude thanks, I have one of my own!

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Mountain Mike
Thu Apr 19 2012, 04:42PM

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I know this is off the subject but I do think people entering the country, even if it's just to visit should be fingerprinted and photographed and stored in a database. This would prevent people from coming in with a fake passport (unless you do it the very first time you come to America but then you'd have to consistently use the same fake name every time you visit). It would be a convenience for visitors if their country has the same system in place because if they would only need a passport the first time they visit America. The main reason? Make it more difficult for terrorists.

A friend of mine brought up a good point: It would make visitors skittish because they might feel that it's big-brother-esque but the convenience aspect of it could be pointed out. Also the fact that it's a security measure might make people more comfortable with it. The TSA is already getting away with so much, like making people take off their shoes (Muslims already take off their shoes when they are indoors so they're used to it! 8^))

I think I'll vote for Turk 182 this year.

Well I guess I'll just sit here and blow up then, shall I?If Mr Spock is left brained, then why does he play an instrument?
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RetiredRedHat
Oct 23 : 01:01am
I'm luckily still married and what I love most is cooking dinner for my girls. They always have a good meal after coming home from work. Wife, daughter, and granddaughter.

bills grandson
Oct 23 : 12:50am
the thing I miss most about being married was coming home from work to a nice hot meal. Now it's either the microwave or I just go without

bills grandson
Oct 23 : 12:38am
In the old days it was the first thing I thought of in the morning.
Now I have to figure where I am, and usually who I am

RetiredRedHat
Oct 23 : 12:18am
But the key is that you have to remember it tomorrow. Lots of notes on paper helps.

bills grandson
Oct 23 : 12:14am
never do today what you can put off until tomorrow

RetiredRedHat
Oct 23 : 12:10am
I figure I'll remember the next day and then just pick up where I left off.

bills grandson
Oct 23 : 12:05am
With my memory when it gets that way I'll forget what I was doing

RetiredRedHat
Oct 23 : 12:01am
I'm getting a little older, so it takes five days to finish off my preparation.

bills grandson
Oct 22 : 11:54pm
I was doing something similar.

warmed my buns and cooked some hot dogs. Not much of a dinner but then it was quick

RetiredRedHat
Oct 22 : 11:32pm
I had to go out to the kitchen to flip my meat, my rump, my rump roast that I am marinating for sauerbraten for an Oktoberfest party on Saturday.

RetiredRedHat
Oct 22 : 11:11pm
Well, that wasn't EXACTLY the analogy I had in mind, but true enough.

bills grandson
Oct 22 : 11:09pm
I have almost stepped on a couple when stepping over rocks (snakes, not girls) but have never had one try to strike. The closest was hiking up on skyline walking through heavy brush I heard on rattle.
Had no clue where he was backed out the way I came in and that seemed to work.
We were in Holcomb creek by the beaver ponds and I saw what appeared to be a garden snake with rattles. I left that one alone too

bills grandson
Oct 22 : 11:05pm
so were talking about girls now?

RetiredRedHat
Oct 22 : 11:04pm
They know what size prey they want, and it's not you. They will hide unless felt threatened.

bills grandson
Oct 22 : 10:51pm

the nice thing about living around town was there wasn't many rattlesnakes.
When we started going down to cactus flats
I had to learn to watch for them, and that you can't move tree limbs with your shoulder, oh yah and cholla is not fun to hide riding a bike. Most of the places I like in Holcomb don't have a lot of rattlesnakes either. I have been lucky to not having seen to many rattlesnakes. I have also only seen one of the king snakes that look like a coral snake. Very cool.


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