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      06-04-2012, 06:52 PM   #90
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Originally Posted by EvosM3 View Post
http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2012/0...n_1561137.html

Without illegal aliens, felons, and dead people the dems are finished as a party. They know that without their fraud, they could never get elected. That's why the IN-justice department is stopping Florida from cracking down on illegal voters. Your liberal party should be non-existent if we had a government that didn't allow illegals and dead people to vote.
So you are ok with the State of Florida restricting the rights of eligible voters? Have you read up on what they have been doing in Florida? They have all but tried to stop voter registration. It is so restrictive, that basically if you are an individual that tried to register someone to vote, and you don't get the registration into the Secretary of State's office within 48 hours, you get fined up to $1000. So imagine a school teacher in a civics class, trying to their students that are 18 and over to register to vote. If that teacher does everything within their power to get the registration cards to the state, yet for whatever reason they get it to the office in 49 hours, well guess what, that teacher is now going to personally face a huge fine, and the voter registration won't be valid. Sounds like the state of Florida is actively trying to make it difficult for individuals to register to vote. Sounds downright un-democratic to me, in fact it sounds very totalitarian.

Previously the state allowed for 10 days to get the registrations in. Why a need to make that time less?

http://www.npr.org/blogs/itsallpolit...ote-in-florida

EvosM3, it sounds like you would rather not let people exercise their constitutional right to vote.
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