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Old August 17th, 2012, 09:22 PM   #72 (permalink)
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Originally Posted by OutofDate1980 View Post
Your cited examples are not a requisite to vote, a certain type of ID mandated by the government which one must pay for is.
1. Being there is a requisite to vote. Unless, of course, you cast an absentee ballot but then you have to put a stamp on the envelope and that costs money and OH GOD! It's a poll tax (even though it isn't).

2. Are you just ignoring the fact that I have stated multiple times that, at least in my state which is the one I am most familiar with, the required ID is free of charge to anyone of voting age? All you need to do is walk into the DMV and say "I want an ID card" and they give you one.
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