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France Wakes Up To A Socialist Reality: Will America?

Ms Kelly Wrote: Feb 10, 2013 1:04 AM
Until the election system is fixed so that voter fraud is a thing of the past, what the people want is positively irrelevant. I wonder how secure France’s election system is. I also wonder whether the socialists are in bed with the media in France like they are in the US.
Ron781 Wrote: Feb 11, 2013 9:59 AM
It appears our elections are so corrupt that we need to have representatives from other countries come in to check on us; how about some from France.
LeBelieuDad Wrote: Feb 10, 2013 2:52 AM
French elections are fairly secure. To vote you are required to show your national id card and also your carte electorale. The carte electorale is sent at the beginning of the year when there is a vote and is a little paper booklet that gets a hole punched after you vote to show you voted, show up without those 2 things and you can't vote. Non citizens are not allowed to vote and the French, including my wife wonder why the US doesn't have a requirement to show id to vote.
Bruce2142 Wrote: Feb 10, 2013 8:13 AM
Great points! If everyone recalls, the commies running our gubmint, invited UN delegates to observe our elections. What got little to no coverage by the left wing ministry of Obumbler's propaganda, was that these observers were shocked and appalled that we DIDN'T require a valid ID to vote! Bur, as long as Democrats win, anything is fair to them and laws are just a minor inconvenience.

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