Saturday, November 08, 2014

Upgrade to Mexican standards?

  A Question ...

  • To vote in Mexico every eligible citizen must have a tamper-proof ID card with a thumbprint and embossed hologram.
  • All citizens are required to personally enroll and show proof of birth citizen ship.
  • Applicants are required to personally return to collect their voting credential.

So, how is it we can't upgrade to Mexican standards; or be called racist to even suggest it?  Maybe it's because one political party is dependent on voter fraud?  Can you suggest any other reason?


leelu said...

No, no I can't.

Anonymous said...

Me neither. Statist ideologues do anything for power. It's their raison d'etre.
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Helly said...

Can you suggest any other reason?

Americans are more trustworthy. ((If you don't consider Democrats to be Americans.))

Wabano said...

Soft bellied surrender to a bunch of flea bitten drugged up hippies like
the Barry Hussein's the Boner's bunch bend to Barry like Barry and Slicky
and both Shrubs kowtowed to the Saudis...See how the repug billionaire club short-circuited the Tea Party...Will you ever rise again?

Anonymous said...

To do so would require a national ID card system which most libertarian/conservatives are loathe to allow.

And for states to issue one would not guarantee the person in possession of it is not already registered to vote in multiple locations or have multiple cards in the state given so little verification is done at the national level.

Good enough reason?

Anonymous said...

I know this will be difficult for the younger generations to believe, but there was a time when Americans were considered to be sharp, shrewd and hard to fool or get suckered in by liars, cheats and snake oil peddlers.


Steve in Greensboro said...

Strict state voter ID laws, combined with voting restricted to a single day and no absentee ballots or early voting ought to do the trick.

Old ways, proven ways are the best.

Anonymous said...

Anon 4:53 - To avoid the national ID issue, I'll settle for a state level voter's card, just like a driver's license is by state, but to get one, the voter must provide a birth certificate, naturalization certificate or other proof of citizenship and residence. To avoid the multistate residence/voting issue, make that and any other vote fraud a felony crime.
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HMS Defiant said...

NOPE. The democrats, liberals, progressives are ALL ABOUT VOTER FRAUD. It's what they do.
You also have to wonder why we don't simply mirror Mexico's immigration laws. All Latinos from south of Mexico are promptly jailed until they can be cast out. They've taken to casting them to the north instead of back to the south but their laws are pretty plain. You cannot exist as an illegal in Mexico.

In this country a citizen cannot board a plane without valid ID, or enter a Courthouse or cash a check. How effing stupid are democrats that they think that requiring an ID to vote is somehow disenfranchising poor stupid ignorant people? And why would anybody care if stupid people are too stupid to vote?

Rodger the Real King of France said...

Dick has it.

TimO said...

Voter registration needs to be through a national database too.

Down here in SE Florida it's common to see ads telling NE snowbirds to "be sure and take mail-in registration forms and absentee ballots back North with them in the Spring" before an election.

God know how many double-dipping fraudulent votes are being cast.

Anonymous said...

Tim - double-dipping fraudulent votes
Fix for that is you vote where your driver's license is.
A few snowbird Lib weasels getting slapped with 5 years in prison for 'double-dipping' will put a damper on that. Some will still happen, but the incidennce will be waaay down.
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Anonymous said...

And therein lies the problem Dick.

If we will not prosecute illegal felons who violate federal AND local laws, commit rape and other crimes and then turn around and promise to reward them for doing so, what makes you think we'd prosecute anyone for voter fraud?

Signed, Anon at 4:53

Anonymous said...

Anon at 4:53, 5:46 - I agree, 100%.
I was speaking of changes that need to happen, not the status quo.
This is a lawless administration, especially inre: immigration and border security. The previous three admins were as well, as far as dealing with illegal aliens.
We hear ad nauseum, "immigration reform" which is code for amnesty, but until we seal our borders and enforce existing law, it's a fraud on the American people.
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