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Yeah, no question: the Republican party has now declared outright war on the voting rights of all Americans.
Why is this even a debate?
In South Dakota you need to prove citizenship in order to get a drivers license, and you need to show your drivers license in order to vote. Makes perfect sense to me and there is very little problem with voter fraud there compared to Minnesota where all you need is any utility bill or a voucher.
Wrong orpheus90, they have declared war on the voting fraud perpetrated by non-Americans. How can anyone justify allowing a non-citizen voting privileges? Oh, that's right. Liberals embrace that concept because it inflates their support base.
This shouldn't even be a issue. shows how far this country has slid.
What other country in the world can you enter illegally and then vote for someone that will give you free handouts and amnesty ? And we are arguing weather this is right or not?
The gem in this AP piece: "The 0bama administration is supporting challengers to the law." But of course 0bama wants to challenge the law! Obviously 0bama does not believe in following the law. If we have learned ANYTHING these past 4 years, it's that 0bama never follows the law of the land. Laws are only for republicans.
We tried to curb voter fraud in Minnesota, but voter fraud itself helped stop the effort.
There is absolutely no way any rational person would object to this. Makes me very concerned that the Obama administration would welcome challengers. This is quite scary.
Elections are far too important to leave up to just American citizens, according the the socialist left.
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