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Voter ID Myth Crashes

Ms Kelly Wrote: Oct 28, 2014 7:56 AM
Rather than spend all that money on campaigns, it might be cheaper for the Dems to just pay voters outright to vote for them. I'm sure those on the dole could be bought for very little.
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Voter ID Myth Crashes

Ms Kelly Wrote: Oct 28, 2014 7:53 AM
"hen Democrats resist those measures, it only feeds suspicion that they're trying to steal elections." I am not, in any way, suspicious that Democrats are trying to steal elections. I have been fully convinced of it for over a decade.
Colorado now issues driver's licenses to illegal aliens. http://www.denverpost.com/politics/ci_26191605/colorados-new-immigrant-drivers-license-law-plagued-problems
Cam doesn't believe in voter fraud because he doesn't believe in fraud. He still thinks Obama's birth certificate is REAL!! Bwahaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa! What a loon.
I'm all in favor of voter ID laws, but that is not a cure in itself. Why do you think the left strives so hard for illegal aliens to have driver's licenses? A simple driver's license or state issued ID is not enough. Those ID's need to specify "citizen" or "non-citizen". The ID's may end up needing as much security as our currency to be really effective.
Absolutely right. I said above that the Republicans love the fraud as much as the Democrats. That is the real problem. It's not just one party. It's the whole institution.
Don't hold your breath. The Republicans love the fraud as much as the Democrats.
Trouble is the "Federal Government" is in favor of illegal aliens voting, so your idea of a cure is moot.
"I still find Geraghty's overall admonition compelling, but this evidence strongly suggests that election-altering fraud may not be quite as rare as even I'd assumed." It's absolutely inexcusable that a national syndicated journalist would think that voter fraud is "rare". This author has obviously NOT done his homework. If he is this ignorant on such an important issue, what else is he ignorant about?
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CBS Drives Away 'Anti-Gay' Catholics

Ms Kelly Wrote: Oct 17, 2014 2:01 AM
I don't watch any new shows. I watch Turner Classic Movies and enjoy shows that demonstrate the values I grew up with. Lately, I've been watching reruns of In The Heat Of The Night. There is a respectful religious element that runs through the series where God-fearing people are portrayed as good and descent and the subject of faith is treated with dignity. I have enjoyed it.
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Where Are the Angry White Folks?

Ms Kelly Wrote: Oct 17, 2014 1:40 AM
"They’ll just bolt the doors a little tighter, and hope and pray the violence comes to an end without touching their lives." Can you blame them? Protesting Obamacare didn't do them one bit of good, even though they had the support (they thought) of the Constitution and a conservative SCOTUS. Protesting runaway government spending also has done no good, even with a conservative Congress. Congress continues to raise the debt ceiling (does the ceiling even exist anymore?) and so white people have finally figured out that you only get results in this country if you belong to some minority.
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