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TruthVsComfort

North Carolina is the poster child for all that is wrong with modern American democracy

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An article from a liberal site bashing anything they don't agree with. How original.

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An article from a liberal site bashing anything they don't agree with. How original.

Im heading back to The Blaze

Im outtie 5000

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Yeah you are right. You should probably ban me for even mentioning anything going against what you think.

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Yeah you are right. You should probably ban me for even mentioning anything going against what you think.

Lol

Most people disagree with me... you're not that special

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Lol

Most people disagree with me... you're not that special

But I will ban you and lock your threads for no reason

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"fiscal responsibility" generally means "only spending on things that i like or directly benefit from"

 

qfft

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BANNING NIPPLES??? Rabble rabble rabble

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hmmm, i have to admit that i didn't know that using a bank, buying booze, or having a driver's license were required to vote.

 

i guess this isn't a big deal after all!

 

My point is that you need a photo ID to do things in everyday life, why should voting be any different.

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Our point is

 

 

It's the most basic right we have

 

 

but for some reason its necessary to enact laws to solve a non existent problem

 

and add another clause again reducing accountability involving spending in politics - apparently knowing even less about who is donating large sums of money to political campaigns and parties while at the same time doing everything possible to restrict young, poor and urban voters = restoring confidence in the voting process

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My point is that you need a photo ID to do things in everyday life, why should voting be any different.

No you don't

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