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Apr 8, 2021 14:57:24   #
proud republican Loc: RED CALIFORNIA
 
Question 1 Do you think asking for picture ID is racist?

Question 2 Do you think black people so stupid they can't find picture ID?

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Apr 8, 2021 15:04:13   #
SGM B Loc: TEXAS but live in Alabama now
 
proud republican wrote:
Question 1 Do you think asking for picture ID is racist?

Question 2 Do you think black people so stupid they can't find picture ID?


I鈥檒l answer for them:
1 - Yes
2 - Yes

Now, I鈥檒l answer for no me:
1 - No
2 - No
There ya go, any more questions? 馃槂馃槑

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Apr 8, 2021 15:12:50   #
microphor
 
SGM B wrote:
I鈥檒l answer for them:
1 - Yes
2 - Yes

Now, I鈥檒l answer for no me:
1 - No
2 - No
There ya go, any more questions? 馃槂馃槑


What makes asking for ID at the voting sites Racist, but not at other required sites: doctors, liquor store, military, flying, cruising, crossing into other countries, banking, cashing a check, buying a house, buying cigarettes, adopting a pet, getting credit card, renting apartments, buying house ..........

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Apr 8, 2021 15:14:18   #
Tiptop789 Loc: State of Denial
 
proud republican wrote:
Question 1 Do you think asking for picture ID is racist?

Question 2 Do you think black people so stupid they can't find picture ID?


In my opinion I don't think question 1 is racist but other forms without pictures should be acceptable. I think CO accepts many different forms.

Question 2, some people don't have a state issued ID. Again, they're other ways to verify identity.

Let me you a question, why so few drop boxes in GA? Voting should be easy, not made more difficult.

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Apr 8, 2021 15:14:51   #
Tiptop789 Loc: State of Denial
 
SGM B wrote:
I鈥檒l answer for them:
1 - Yes
2 - Yes

Now, I鈥檒l answer for no me:
1 - No
2 - No
There ya go, any more questions? 馃槂馃槑


You don't have the right to answer for anyone but yourself.

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Apr 8, 2021 15:25:36   #
microphor
 
Tiptop789 wrote:
In my opinion I don't think question 1 is racist but other forms without pictures should be acceptable. I think CO accepts many different forms.

Question 2, some people don't have a state issued ID. Again, they're other ways to verify identity.

Let me you a question, why so few drop boxes in GA? Voting should be easy, not made more difficult.


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The Left and their media allies have used the new Georgia election law (SB 202) signed into law last week as a pretext for their election takeover with HR. 1, leaning heavily on misconceptions, half-truths, and flat-out lies about the bill to make their case for a massive federal takeover of state election systems. Here are the facts:

Myth 1: The Georgia election law discourages voting/suppresses votes

FACT: The bill actually preserves or expands ballot access in several important ways: It requires that large precincts with lines more than an hour long take steps like adding voting machines and election personnel for the next election to reduce wait times. It does not change the number of total early voting days, and actually increases the mandatory days of early weekend voting. Compared to 2020, 134 of 159 counties will offer more early voting hours in future elections under the new law. It codifies election drop boxes, which did not exist prior to 2020. Voters can continue to vote absentee with no excuse(unlike states like Delaware, New York, and Connecticut, which require an excuse to vote absentee).

Myth 2: The Georgia law eliminates voting on Sunday to suppress African-American votes

FACT: Georgia law was silent on Sunday early voting days prior to SB 202, and in 2020 only 16 of 159 counties offered early voting on Sundays. The new law explicitly provides the option of holding early voting on two Sundays for all localities. It actually increases the mandatory days of early weekend voting across the state.

Myth 3: The Georgia election law suppresses the vote with onerous voter ID requirements

FACT: The law requires a driver鈥檚 license or free state ID number, which 97% of registered voters already have. Anyone without a valid ID can easily obtain one for free. The voter ID requirement replaces the state鈥檚 controversial signature match program that led to the disqualification of thousands of votes in 2020.

The law鈥檚 voter ID requirement for absentee ballots is overwhelmingly popular in Georgia across the board. According to an聽AJC poll聽in January, 74% of Georgia voters support it, including 63% of black voters, and 89% of those making under $25K/year.

Myth 4: The bill eliminates drop boxes for absentee voting

FACT: The drop boxes used in the last election did not exist a year ago. They were first utilized in 2020 as a pandemic precaution. This bill makes them an official part of Georgia elections, and they will be available in all 159 counties in Georgia and under supervision to protect against tampering.

Myth 5: The bill lets Republicans throw out any county votes they don鈥檛 agree with

FACT: The bipartisan State Election Board can do performance reviews of local election supervisors who fail their area鈥檚 voters with things like long lines and unfulfilled absentee ballot requests. The board will not overturn election results; the law simply provides a process to review and ensure officials are technically competent and complying with state laws and regulations . This process requires a high burden of proof over multiple elections, and the State Elections Board may only suspend up to four election supervisors at any given time, which guards against using this process to try to influence election outcomes.

Myth 6: The bill bans drinking water for voters while waiting in line

FACT: Like the countless other states that have very specific laws against electioneering near polling places, Georgia has codified rules preventing political groups from handing out food or water to voters in line as an incentive to vote, but specifically allows poll workers to make water available to anyone who wants it. The law will also directly cut down wait times, meaning refreshment for people waiting in line will be less necessary.

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Apr 8, 2021 15:28:19   #
Hug
 
Tiptop789 wrote:
In my opinion I don't think question 1 is racist but other forms without pictures should be acceptable. I think CO accepts many different forms.

Question 2, some people don't have a state issued ID. Again, they're other ways to verify identity.

Let me you a question, why so few drop boxes in GA? Voting should be easy, not made more difficult.


Unattended drop boxes promote fraud.

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Apr 8, 2021 15:33:56   #
manning5 Loc: Richmond, VA
 
microphor wrote:
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BlogMyth vs. Fact: The Georgia Election Law

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The Left and their media allies have used the new Georgia election law (SB 202) signed into law last week as a pretext for their election takeover with HR. 1, leaning heavily on misconceptions, half-truths, and flat-out lies about the bill to make their case for a massive federal takeover of state election systems. Here are the facts:

Myth 1: The Georgia election law discourages voting/suppresses votes

FACT: The bill actually preserves or expands ballot access in several important ways: It requires that large precincts with lines more than an hour long take steps like adding voting machines and election personnel for the next election to reduce wait times. It does not change the number of total early voting days, and actually increases the mandatory days of early weekend voting. Compared to 2020, 134 of 159 counties will offer more early voting hours in future elections under the new law. It codifies election drop boxes, which did not exist prior to 2020. Voters can continue to vote absentee with no excuse(unlike states like Delaware, New York, and Connecticut, which require an excuse to vote absentee).

Myth 2: The Georgia law eliminates voting on Sunday to suppress African-American votes

FACT: Georgia law was silent on Sunday early voting days prior to SB 202, and in 2020 only 16 of 159 counties offered early voting on Sundays. The new law explicitly provides the option of holding early voting on two Sundays for all localities. It actually increases the mandatory days of early weekend voting across the state.

Myth 3: The Georgia election law suppresses the vote with onerous voter ID requirements

FACT: The law requires a driver鈥檚 license or free state ID number, which 97% of registered voters already have. Anyone without a valid ID can easily obtain one for free. The voter ID requirement replaces the state鈥檚 controversial signature match program that led to the disqualification of thousands of votes in 2020.

The law鈥檚 voter ID requirement for absentee ballots is overwhelmingly popular in Georgia across the board. According to an聽AJC poll聽in January, 74% of Georgia voters support it, including 63% of black voters, and 89% of those making under $25K/year.

Myth 4: The bill eliminates drop boxes for absentee voting

FACT: The drop boxes used in the last election did not exist a year ago. They were first utilized in 2020 as a pandemic precaution. This bill makes them an official part of Georgia elections, and they will be available in all 159 counties in Georgia and under supervision to protect against tampering.

Myth 5: The bill lets Republicans throw out any county votes they don鈥檛 agree with

FACT: The bipartisan State Election Board can do performance reviews of local election supervisors who fail their area鈥檚 voters with things like long lines and unfulfilled absentee ballot requests. The board will not overturn election results; the law simply provides a process to review and ensure officials are technically competent and complying with state laws and regulations . This process requires a high burden of proof over multiple elections, and the State Elections Board may only suspend up to four election supervisors at any given time, which guards against using this process to try to influence election outcomes.

Myth 6: The bill bans drinking water for voters while waiting in line

FACT: Like the countless other states that have very specific laws against electioneering near polling places, Georgia has codified rules preventing political groups from handing out food or water to voters in line as an incentive to vote, but specifically allows poll workers to make water available to anyone who wants it. The law will also directly cut down wait times, meaning refreshment for people waiting in line will be less necessary.

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Seems that any lie will do to achieve their desired legislation. We the citizens will all suffer because of totally unneeded and unjust laws designed simply to increase the power of the Elite Left.

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Apr 8, 2021 15:37:54   #
Milosia2 Loc: Cleveland Ohio
 
microphor wrote:
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BlogMyth vs. Fact: The Georgia Election Law

BLOG ARTICLES 路 MAR 30, 2021 路 ELECTION INTEGRITY

Download a PDF version of this blog聽here.


The Left and their media allies have used the new Georgia election law (SB 202) signed into law last week as a pretext for their election takeover with HR. 1, leaning heavily on misconceptions, half-truths, and flat-out lies about the bill to make their case for a massive federal takeover of state election systems. Here are the facts:

Myth 1: The Georgia election law discourages voting/suppresses votes

FACT: The bill actually preserves or expands ballot access in several important ways: It requires that large precincts with lines more than an hour long take steps like adding voting machines and election personnel for the next election to reduce wait times. It does not change the number of total early voting days, and actually increases the mandatory days of early weekend voting. Compared to 2020, 134 of 159 counties will offer more early voting hours in future elections under the new law. It codifies election drop boxes, which did not exist prior to 2020. Voters can continue to vote absentee with no excuse(unlike states like Delaware, New York, and Connecticut, which require an excuse to vote absentee).

Myth 2: The Georgia law eliminates voting on Sunday to suppress African-American votes

FACT: Georgia law was silent on Sunday early voting days prior to SB 202, and in 2020 only 16 of 159 counties offered early voting on Sundays. The new law explicitly provides the option of holding early voting on two Sundays for all localities. It actually increases the mandatory days of early weekend voting across the state.

Myth 3: The Georgia election law suppresses the vote with onerous voter ID requirements

FACT: The law requires a driver鈥檚 license or free state ID number, which 97% of registered voters already have. Anyone without a valid ID can easily obtain one for free. The voter ID requirement replaces the state鈥檚 controversial signature match program that led to the disqualification of thousands of votes in 2020.

The law鈥檚 voter ID requirement for absentee ballots is overwhelmingly popular in Georgia across the board. According to an聽AJC poll聽in January, 74% of Georgia voters support it, including 63% of black voters, and 89% of those making under $25K/year.

Myth 4: The bill eliminates drop boxes for absentee voting

FACT: The drop boxes used in the last election did not exist a year ago. They were first utilized in 2020 as a pandemic precaution. This bill makes them an official part of Georgia elections, and they will be available in all 159 counties in Georgia and under supervision to protect against tampering.

Myth 5: The bill lets Republicans throw out any county votes they don鈥檛 agree with

FACT: The bipartisan State Election Board can do performance reviews of local election supervisors who fail their area鈥檚 voters with things like long lines and unfulfilled absentee ballot requests. The board will not overturn election results; the law simply provides a process to review and ensure officials are technically competent and complying with state laws and regulations . This process requires a high burden of proof over multiple elections, and the State Elections Board may only suspend up to four election supervisors at any given time, which guards against using this process to try to influence election outcomes.

Myth 6: The bill bans drinking water for voters while waiting in line

FACT: Like the countless other states that have very specific laws against electioneering near polling places, Georgia has codified rules preventing political groups from handing out food or water to voters in line as an incentive to vote, but specifically allows poll workers to make water available to anyone who wants it. The law will also directly cut down wait times, meaning refreshment for people waiting in line will be less necessary.

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Such sweet gullible ewes!
Heritage Foundation owned and operated by none other than
The Koch Brothers And Family !
My guess is they paid to have it written. And used ALEC to spread to other state legislatures.
The Koch鈥檚 your silent partner helping you destroy the country.

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Apr 8, 2021 15:41:40   #
Milosia2 Loc: Cleveland Ohio
 
manning5 wrote:
Seems that any lie will do to achieve their desired legislation. We the citizens will all suffer because of totally unneeded and unjust laws designed simply to increase the power of the Elite Left.


The Koch Brothers are Not the Elite Left
The Heritage Foundation is not an elite left at organization.
Catch up will ya !
The same Koch鈥檚 from Witchata Kansas that backed Sam Brownback all the way to governorship. And then proceeded to destroy Kansas as an experiment for
Reagan鈥檚 VooDoo Economics .
It all ran Kansas straight into the ditch. But the elite now own everything in Kansas.
The Koch鈥檚
Fine Ffing Americans.

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Apr 8, 2021 15:49:55   #
Sonny Magoo Loc: If you ain't Dutch you ain't much.
 
Milosia2 wrote:
Such sweet gullible ewes!
Heritage Foundation owned and operated by none other than
The Koch Brothers And Family !
My guess is they paid to have it written. And used ALEC to spread to other state legislatures.
The Koch鈥檚 your silent partner helping you destroy the country.


Why would the Koch (one is dead) want to destroy the country?

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Apr 8, 2021 15:51:25   #
Sonny Magoo Loc: If you ain't Dutch you ain't much.
 
proud republican wrote:
Question 1 Do you think asking for picture ID is racist?

Question 2 Do you think black people so stupid they can't find picture ID?


No.
No. Not stupid, just jealous and lazy.

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Apr 8, 2021 16:34:16   #
Kevyn
 
proud republican wrote:
Question 1 Do you think asking for picture ID is racist?

Question 2 Do you think black people so stupid they can't find picture ID?

As long as the ID is free as well as any documents required to get it, easily available locally and free of charge. Picture ID should be provided at schools, to anyone released from prison, discharged from the military and at city county and township offices. Tribal ID should be acceptable. Further provisional ballots should be provided and collected from voters without ID and counted after their identity is confirmed. If these guidelines are followed it would not be racist.

To suggest that black people are 鈥渢oo stupid鈥 to find ID is as ignorant as it is offensive. The barrier to ID and voting as it is targeted is an effort to make voting as difficult as possible for poor people and people of color. If you live away from where you were born it can be expensive and difficult and costly to obtain a copy of a birth certificate, you may not have a credit card or utility bill in your name as required in some jurisdictions. All deliberate barriers to getting ID. These laws and requirements are deliberately designed to make it more difficult to vote for specific groups of people.

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Apr 8, 2021 16:40:48   #
Milosia2 Loc: Cleveland Ohio
 
Sonny Magoo wrote:
Why would the Koch (one is dead) want to destroy the country?


You really are out of touch.
When David Koch ran for Vice President of the libertarian party in 1980
He said鈥 I don鈥檛 want some of it, I want it all ?鈥
He lost but handed over his 1980 libertarian platform to Reagan along with a huge pile of money to get the ball rolling.
Reagan up until lately has succeeded in accomplishing most of David鈥檚 platform.
You lost, by the way. But you seem hellbent on continuing to lose no matter what.
Complain day on and day out but you still don鈥檛 know why.

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Apr 8, 2021 16:42:24   #
Milosia2 Loc: Cleveland Ohio
 
Sonny Magoo wrote:
Why would the Koch (one is dead) want to destroy the country?


Why would they want to destroy Kansas ?
They did of course, but ...Why ?

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