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Assuring one vote for one person

ID not necessarily required. Only worry for Repubs would be proof of citizenship. No way for BA to claim someone votes 45 times! Simple enough for Iraq to figure out!

 

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Re: Assuring one vote for one person


@KNAPPer wrote:

ID not necessarily required. Only worry for Repubs would be proof of citizenship. No way for BA to claim someone votes 45 times! Simple enough for Iraq to figure out!

 


Great idea. Just so it last long enough so they can't vote a month before absentee. Let's run it past Jesse Jackson and see how he likes it.

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Re: Assuring one vote for one person

If nobody likes it, that means it is is a good idea. So, now absentee votes are the only problem? Gotta have that. Or do you not want the troops to vote?

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Re: Assuring one vote for one person


@KNAPPer wrote:

If nobody likes it, that means it is is a good idea. So, now absentee votes are the only problem? Gotta have that. Or do you not want the troops to vote?


Yes I want the troops to vote. I just don't want someone like this beautiful young lady to vote twice. It could disenfranchise one of those soldiers. But the dye on the finger is a great idea. How do you get it off?

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Re: Assuring one vote for one person

It takes several days to wear off. It's a dye. It cant just be scrubbed off.
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Re: Assuring one vote for one person


@KNAPPer wrote:
It takes several days to wear off. It's a dye. It cant just be scrubbed off.

I was just curious if gasoline would take it off. Works good on paint.