Fla purges voters roll

Discussion in 'Politics' started by Salty, May 29, 2012.

  1. Salty

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    Fla has purged over 100,000 voters.

    They must prove they are citizens and or legally eligible to vote.

    Over 25% have proven their eligibility.

    Liberals say this is a deliberate attempt by the Republicans to throw the election.

    One election official said there were only 6 in his county (but only two have ever voted)

    If a voter has not be approved by election day, they will be able to use a provisional vote.

    It will be interesting to see how many "voters" are actually not eligible?

    Thoughts
     
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    Yeah...it's a deliberate attempt to throw the election by upholding election laws. Liberals are so stupid.
     
  3. targus

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    "Hastings said the state was engaging in "voter suppression" and using a "back-door poll tax" by not sending a pre-stamped envelope to voters to mail back their proof of citizenship."

    Democrats are so ridiculous. :laugh::laugh:
     
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    Changed my mind.
     
  5. Salty

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    Then the IRS should give me a pre-stamped envelope to pay my taxes
     
  6. freeatlast

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    While I am in favor of keeping the voting accurate this will not do it as there is always a way to scam any system. What needs to be done is deport the illegals and lower the possible numbers that can scam the system.
     
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    I think we should give then amnesty. It was good enough while Reagan was president! After all, isn't Reagan considered on of the greatest presidents by conservative folk.
     
  8. freeatlast

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    Not by me he isn't.
     
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    Reagan did not intend for the amnesty to be repeated. It was supposed to be a one time thing. Even Reagan saw the problem with it but wanted to work to get the immediate issue resolved. It is not likely he would support it a second time. But then of course he was not doing it to develop a larger voting block as is being done today.
     

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