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FellowPatriot
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Re: Voter Fraud A Problem Or Just Incompetence?
Reply #20 - 11/29/16 at 05:41:59
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Mr Mojo Risen wrote on 11/22/16 at 08:22:10:
Who are these 8 million people that are improperly registered?  Non-citizens perhaps?  Felons out on parole?  Deceased people registering for the 1st time?   8 Thismillion figure isnt registrations where someone forgot to dot an I or cross a T.  These registrations are fraud.  The incompetence comes from the voters who enable it by reelecting politicians that tolerate voter fraud.


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Who are these 8 million people that are improperly registered? 


Good question. However it's 18 million

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Non-citizens perhaps?  Felons out on parole?  Deceased people registering for the 1st time? 


That's just it, we don't know Huh


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  This 8 million figure isnt registrations where someone forgot to dot an I or cross a T.  These registrations are fraud


How do you know this when you yourself are just speculating?


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The incompetence comes from the voters who enable it by reelecting politicians that tolerate voter fraud.


I would agree with that in principle but there needs to be proof of massive voter fraud.
  
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Re: Voter Fraud A Problem Or Just Incompetence?
Reply #21 - 11/29/16 at 05:48:52
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Chortovka wrote on 11/22/16 at 09:10:39:
In Peru, citizens have to vote in every election, with their national ID card in hand.  If they don't vote, they're fined.   If a Third World country can figure it out, so can we ...



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In Peru, citizens have to vote in
every election,


That doesn't seem to be a free society to me? Huh Shocked Huh With a strong citizenry, it will come natraully.

By the way Chort, The dims push for mandatory voting(hint) Shocked
  
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Reply #22 - 11/29/16 at 06:00:47
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bigmck wrote on 11/22/16 at 10:38:08:
NO, There are a lot of people that I do not want to vote.  They are too stupid to know their.....well, you know what I mean.  The LIV has  no business voting.  ways to stop ille There aregal voting.  Someone just has to "Want to Stop It".



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NO, There are a lot of people that I do not want to vote


I agree Bigmck! You don't want these people voting! It's that citizenry problem.


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There are ways to stop illegal voting.  Someone just has to "Want to Stop It"


That's right.

The key is where and why we're susceptible to fraud to begin with. 
  
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