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A fool speaks all his mind
Maybe not so much idiots as misinformed or willfully uninformed.
So you are saying that Democratic voters will just "give up" if they were to "forget" their photo ID? That's silly logic. If voting were that important to a person, "never have the time" is certainly not an excuse for not obtaining photo identification, any more than it would be an excuse for someone to file for food stamps. And if you want to vote, you "need" to get a photo ID. Pretty simple. More than likely the people you describe to make your case have a really good reason to _not_ get a state issued ID or cannot obtain one for a variety of reasons.
What happened to the link? Not found?
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Hobby Lobby v. Obamacare, Round Two

Ben352 Wrote: Sep 23, 2013 11:33 AM
While I agree in theory with your statement, we'll probably need to add at least 6 Republicans to that list if they agree to vote for cloture when the recent CR comes up in the Senate (stripped of the defunding obamacare amendments, of course).
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Hobby Lobby v. Obamacare, Round Two

Ben352 Wrote: Sep 23, 2013 11:30 AM
@shannoscubie: you are arguing a definition that merely supports your statement "current scientific evidence has proven that's not how it works, that its method of action is purely contraceptive" As Reaganite12 clearly states, there are those who "believe life begins when sperm [fertilizes the] egg", yet your post clearly represents the view that "life begins when a fertilized egg implants into uterus." It would have been better to be more upfront in your definition in the first place so that it would have been easier to see that it has very little relevance to this discussion.
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