Just pointing out a couple things.1) why would someone living "off the grid" HAVE to be avoding the law or the other stuff you said? There ARE some people that simply choose to "retire" from the human race and maybe go live in a cave somewhere and try to become the next Euall Gibbonns (sp?). There's also the possibility that they are already filthy rich and don''t NEED outsisde support.2) As far as I know, a state I. D. is only $10.00! How much could that put anyone out unless, like me a couple years ago, they have absolutely no income and are flat broke.
So you are saying that if there is no voter ID required to cast a vote, then the person who goes to vote signs his name and they check that signature to the registered vote signature? If one is required to have a voter ID to register, why not use that same ID to vote? That way they don't have to compare signatures, which could be subjective to the person analyzing it?
When you vote, they can verify the signature, but usually, they don't have the time. However, if the registered voter submitted a photo, checking the photo would be quicker and better. It wouldn't prevent someone from voting in more than one state. Regardless, the election results would almost certainly be the same.The alleged voter fraud in the 2020 election that many, including me, believed occurred was not due to not using voter IDs. Instead, it was voting machines that can be programmed to give desired results, fake mail-in ballots, and copies of mail-in ballots that were counted multiple times. I’m not opposed to voter IDs in elections because they would eliminate some fraud. However, in my opinion, it would be far better to improve procedures such as eliminating most mail-in ballots, verifying that the voting machines give accurate results, and verifying that all ballots are valid and only counted once.
Feeling low T?
Yeah, because that all worked so well last Nov.!!
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So in order to vote one first has to register to vote. Does a person need an ID in order to register? And then once registered, one doesn't need an ID to vote. Sam could say he is Tom and vote?
Yeah, an id is required for registering. But in your scenario, I figured maybe it won't be required.And no, that's not what I meant. I was answering according to the hypothetical scenario you set. Of course you're required to furnish your id at the time of voting. That's why one person can't vote a no. of times and illegal immigrants can't vote at all.
What is the Democrat's response for people saying that without voter ID I can vote 14 times? Do they deny that it will happen?
I neglected to answer. The answer is yes, if you are creative.
We're on the verge of that right now!!
@FunkyMonkee My uncle told me this day would come, but I never believed him.
Chairman Joe did it!!
@FunkyMonkee sure he did... You nutter.
Look who's talking!!
@FunkyMonkee I repeat. TRY IT IF you're SO FUCKING SURE ITS EASY.TRY. IT.
WE HAVE LOADS OF WITNESSES!!! What do YOU have, CNN?
@FunkyMonkee Witnesses that lie. Otherwise you could tell it to a judge.
You're a mid wit simpleton, stay in your lane.
@Ryfyle I'm on the fast lane, actually :DBut thanks for giving me guidance in my life, heh heh
And you still don't get it.
Biden, Hitlary, the Bush family...
@FunkyMonkee No, none of them would risk significant jail time for illegally voting.
They already have!! Hitlary's one of the biggest criminals out there! She makes the mafia look like choir boys!! Why is she not rotting in jail yet?
@FunkyMonkee Why isn’t Trump rotting in jail?
For what reason?
@FunkyMonkee 1) keeping campaign donations illegally 2) tax ivasion 3) asking Georgia Sec of State to overturn an election
@FunkyMonkee Your mum says what?
He'll be dead or in an asylum before then!!
Except when they don't. Usually, that's when they don't cheat!