Your slurry pit is overflowing.read Brnovich v. Democratic National Committee - You are living in the past and using what happened in the past to try and relax election laws that produce clearly dubious elections as you saw in California and why I would assume they're are busy junking excess ballots as we speak
What about long term welfare recipients? Anybody who has been receiving benefits for more than five years shouldn’t be allowed to vote until they are gainfully employed. It is a color blind requirement to boot.We all know the code words by now so spare us the bullshit. When you boil it all down all you are saying is black people shouldn’t vote. You do realize the argument you are making has been made since Reconstruction to keep them from voting?
If you were legitimately concerned about mental fitness you would be limiting the right of the elderly to vote, since many do suffer from cognitive decline as they age. You won’t, however, since that would hurt GOP turnout.
Please show your workings. Or in this case evidence.Murphy's Law - you create a partisan system that can't really audit itself and then make every election life and death and then relax as much as possible the rules to stop fraud and to continue to argue that election is safe, just makes the FBI, Media and yes you sound completely stupid. Or worse complicit and that makes the fight to find no fraud even more determined.
You ignore murphy's law long enough, then eventually Sods Law will kick in.Please show your workings. Or in this case evidence.
Nope. I'd set 25 as the minimum voting age (it should probably also be the minimum recruiting age for the police).The Empress will not be inviting you to her party.
That must be tongue in cheek as you would exclude most of the armed forces and a lot of the police.
If you think VA benefits are in the same category as Welfare benefits then we might have a cultural gap to work on…He’s referring to injured / disabled former services personnel receiving benefits.
If anyone who is on benefits for over 5 years is prevented from voting then that includes them too
Sounds a lot like welfare benefits to me…..If you think VA benefits are in the same category as Welfare benefits then we might have a cultural gap to work on…
Try this…Sounds a lot like welfare benefits to me…..
The welfare benefits for veterans come from programs that were created by the federal government. In order to help ensure that those with a low income still have their basic needs met, the government has created numerous welfare programs. The programs pay out benefits in a variety of ways, helping people to obtain food, pay rent, pay bills, get cash assistance, and more.
Unless of course you’re referring to the right and wrong types of people on welfare
Hell, I had soldiers on Food Stamps while on active duty.Are you trying to say that veterans are not entitled to welfare?
VA benefits are not SNAP benefits. Very different animals, and given fir very different reasons.
Yes as said above SNAP benefits are not the same thing as VA benefits…
SNAP Helps 1.3 Million Low-Income Veterans, Including Thousands in Every State | Center on Budget and Policy PrioritiesIn every state, thousands of low-income veterans use SNAP to help put food on the table.www.cbpp.org
…. Therefore veterans get both specific VA benefits and SNAP/welfare benefitsYes as said above SNAP benefits are not the same thing as VA benefits…
What about long term welfare recipients? Anybody who has been receiving benefits for more than five years shouldn’t be allowed to vote until they are gainfully employed. It is a color blind requirement to boot.