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7 Examples That Show Voter Fraud Is A Huge Problem

DG in GA Wrote: Sep 14, 2012 11:47 AM
So, Jack, does requiring ID before seeing a doctor prevent black people from getting medical care? Comes as a surprise to me considering what we spend on Medicaid. Does requiring ID to buy alcohol prevent anyone over the age of 18 from drinking? When you consider the billions of dollars spent on alcohol every year I doubt it. Did you know the government requires ID to apply for welfare, food stamps, medicaid, etc. Is that preventing black people from getting those services? Why are you such a racist that you automatically assume that only black people are incapable of getting ID? We have voter ID laws in Georgia, and have for years. Doesn't seem to be a hardship for any of the black people here.
Becca in TX Wrote: Sep 14, 2012 4:43 PM
Jack-Just because you say so doesn't qualify as refutation. Every doctor I've ever been to has made a copy of my license for their file. PLEASE try to check into a hospital without ID and see how far you get. I don't know about where you live, but in Texas if you apply for welfare you ARE required to show ID and fill out forms with addresses and proof (like a copy of a utility bill in your name) of where you live. I had to show ID and give my original marriage license to change my name on my social security card.

You really are a moron.
Jack2894 Wrote: Sep 14, 2012 12:44 PM
These facts have been presented in the past, and I have refuted them. But I am happy to do so.

A photo ID is not required to register for medicaid, nor is it required for a doctor's visit.

ACtually, requiring a voter ID DOES prevent a lot of kids over 18 from buying alcohol. Perhaps you meant age 21.

The government does NOT require photo ID for teh programs you mention. I assume you are willing to admit your eror in bringing this up.

Your naivete in regard to voting is in evidence. One need not prevent an entire bloc from voting, only enough of them toi sway the election.

After George W. Bush defeated Al Gore at the ballot box and in a rare show of fortitude for a Republican, didn't stand by haplessly wringing his hands when Gore tried to lawyer his way into the White House, liberals were outraged. Sure, Gore had never been ahead at any point, but OBVIOUSLY voter fraud had cost Democrats the election. Afterwards, Democrats DEMANDED that we do more to insure the integrity of our elections. Republicans agreed and for a while, we finally had an issue where there was genuine bipartisan agreement. Then came the 2004 elections and many of the...