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Voting and ID

So, the anti-gunners are upset that it’s harder to vote than buy a gun. This is bullshit, of course. I’ve never had to undergo a background check and pay a fee to the state in order to cast a ballot.

5 Responses to “Voting and ID”

  1. HL Says:

    Aren’t they trying to make it so that Undocumented Workers can vote too?

    The DOJ already made it so that Pre-Undocumented Workers can get guns, so maybe they have a point.

  2. Ancient Woodsman Says:

    In terms of what you get, voting is the opposite of buying a gun.

    If you do your homework, shop around, and spend enough money, you will usually get the best gun you can.

    Even if you do your homework & shop around, and especially if you & others spend a lot of money, you don’t usually get a good politician.

  3. comatus Says:

    Well-said A.W. This word, this ‘good politician’? I do not think it means…

    If you tried a five-day waiting period on voting (not that bad an idea, really) the Enn-Double-Ay-Cee-Pee would have you up on charges at The Hague.

  4. Rivrdog Says:

    Hell, when I was a lad growing up in DeeCee, in the 50s, the ward bosses paid for people to come down and vote. pay was usually in the form of a short dog of booze.

  5. Rick Says:

    comatus, well look who they’re asking for an opinion of our voting laws: http://www.foxnews.com/politics/2012/03/14/un-delves-into-us-voter-id-laws/?test=latestnews

    Voting this fall is certainly going to be inn-teresting…