Supreme Court Upholds North Dakota’s Voter ID Law. Another victory for Voter ID. If California had this requirement you could make a good case that it would eventually flip to a red state.

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whiskeyriver
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“If California had this requirement you could make a good case that it would eventually flip to a red state.”

Get rid of San Franfreakshow and Lost Angeles and California would be a red state. They have been letting illegals vote for years, neither city cares about our laws when it comes to voting requirements.

flashingscotsman
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You have to show ID to trick-or-treat in Chesapeake, just to make sure you’re legally entitled, as in,….under 14. But to vote? Oh heavens!

Not so silent
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I grew up there, they are pretty straight forward…until they elected Hedi (the TV watcher) Heidcamp. I am not sure how that old bat got elected…

whiskeyriver
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From what I understand she ran against the Keystone Pipeline and got a large percentage of the Indian vote. I don’t think she will be so lucky this time, she has no cause to stump on.

Not so silent
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There’s not that many Indians in North Dakota, A lot of people must not have given a damn about voting…And from talking to friends back there, she is on her way out. She is about as popular as jock itch.

Joe Redfield
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Before the sun sets tonight, more than one Progressive commentator will blame this ‘racist, genocidal’ decision on Kavanaugh.

deepthinker
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If only he had been on the Supreme Court when the case was heard. It was those same progressives aka dip shits who stood in the way of his appointment. Yet there are those stupid enough to go along with it. This the voter id law.

deepthinker
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The dim bulb on the court wrote her dissent along with Kagan of just who this was a set back. Yes, its a set back for the dip shits and ways to steal elections. If you have to show an idea to see a doctor and or dentist, you should damn well have to show an id to vote.

JPTravis
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I get irritated with my own politicians on this issue. I don’t know why everybody feels they have to pussyfoot around the truth. It would make my day if just one Republican stood up and said, “Anybody who’s too stupid or too apathetic to get themselves a photo ID shouldn’t be voting anyway.”

When this country started, only people who owned land could vote. The framers figured along the same lines: anybody too damn lazy, stupid, or apathetic to manage to buy an acre or two of their own real estate, shouldn’t be voting. I’m not saying we should go back to that rule, but the sentiment behind that rule is good: some people don’t need to be voting and photo ID is setting the bar pretty damn low.

whiskeyriver
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When I was in the service I could hump a M-16 and get my ass shot at but I could not vote, I was not 21 yet. I thought dropping the voting age to 18 was a good idea, most 18 year olds were doing something with their life like working or getting a higher education. Today? I think the voting age should be 25 unless they are in the military. 25 year old kids today are dumber than most 17 year olds were when I was that age.

I have always thought all Americans should have the right to vote, to make their voice heard. That is no longer true. I don’t think anyone on welfare should be allowed to vote, they do not contribute to society so they have no right to say where we as a country go. I don’t think any government employee, local, state or federal, should be allowed to vote. They will always vote for the big government democrat, the person who will assure them they will keep their do nothing jobs.

The woman busting her ass in a beer joint. The guy slinging hash in a truckstop restaurant. The construction worker, the builders, the business man or woman providing jobs for others, those are the people who should be allowed to vote. The people who ask nothing from anyone but a chance to get ahead. All the rest are deadbeats, wanting government to take care of all their needs.