voter id requirements in Mexico ?

by Padrino ⌂ @, San Diego, California USA, Saturday, April 03, 2021, 14:14 (39 days ago) @ catlover
edited by Padrino, Saturday, April 03, 2021, 14:22

So Rob, let me get this straight. Are you're saying that requiring an I.D. to vote would disenfranchise mostly poor minority voters, but the following which all require a photo I.D. don't?

Purchasing alcohol, purchase cold medicine, purchasing cigarettes, opening a bank account, apply for a credit card, applying for food stamps, applying for welfare, applying for Medicaid, applying for social security, applying for a job, applying for unemployment, renting a house, buying a house applying for a mortgage, drive a car, rent a car, buy a car, get on an airplane, get married, purchase a gun, adopt a pet, rent a hotel room, apply for a hunting license, apply for a fishing license, buy a cell phone, apply for a utility account

Now, how did we know that CatLover was going to respond thusly?

The most basic foundation of a democracy is the belief that everyone's vote matters and everyone's vote is sacred. Voting should be made to be as easy as possible. That is why most countries vote on the weekends. What the Republicans are doing is trying to make voting as hard as possible for certain segments of the population. It is un-American. It is anti-democratic. It does not bode well for the United States democracy. But it sure does play well to the Republican minority.


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