Tuesday, May 05, 2015

AKA- Same day citizenship


Since individual states can do whatever they want in this regard it's a done deal, more or less, in states like Maryland.  Or, am I missing something?  But, why not registration by e-mail?

I certify that I have attained the age of 18-years and am a U.S. citizen living in this state.
What a great country. 


Anonymous said...

I'm convinced that in order to become a dem, one needs to sign a suicide pact and the repubics aren't far off from the same path. Just imagine how many illegals are being signed up when they apply for their State Licenses.


Anonymous said...

I'll see you Same Day and raise you **Automatic Registration with Driver License**. [in Kleptofornia]
see: http://tinyurl.com/mkkq5e3

Srsly, what is the point of registering voters anymore? If it's ok -- hell, encouraged -- for citizens of Mexico and Honduras and ISIS to vote in the US, why not just let any damfool who shows up at any polling place vote.

And why increase the carbon footprint by making multiple voters drive around all day -- just hand a stack of ballots to anyone who shows up. And to their dogs.


If voting actually accomplished anything they'd have made it illegal long ago.
-- Some Cynic

Anonymous said...

"I certify that I ...am a U.S. citizen living in this state


Anonymous said...

Same day citizenship?
"We doan need no steenking citizenship!"
"Jus vote, yannow? We here, we got rights!"
"The dead have rights too. Just because they died doesn't mean they stopped being Americans.
We'll vote on their behalf"
- some Dems
Lt. Col. Gen. Tailgunner dick

Javert said...

In NY every Medicaid,Public Assistance & SNAP app goes with a voter registration form.

MAX Redline said...

Democratics in Chicago got all wee-weed up a few years back when the FAA approved an expansion of O'Hare. That was because the new runway had to pass through a nearby cemetery; disenfranchising hundreds of reliable voters.

Anonymous said...

What's next?

Voting booths on the northern bank of the Rio Grande?

Right next to the Welfare Registration booth.

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