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(The Daily Show)   "Every now and again, a politician comes along who is just truly terrible and really deserving of more scorn than even we can dole out in our nightly 21-minute, 30-second wise-ass-athon. I give you...Rick Scott"   (thedailyshow.com) divider line 272
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2012-06-13 05:36:45 PM

The_Sheriff_Is_A_Niiii: Palin is a stupid coont who needs to just shut the fark up. I make a point NOT to watch Fox when she's supposed to be on.


Why do you hate strong conservative women?

You must be a RINO
 
2012-06-13 05:37:06 PM

LordStormes: Unfortunately, Florida is the state in question and Florida does not provide free ID. The cheapest photo ID you can get in Florida requires, I believe, $10, and a couple of utility bills in your name to prove your address. Which, if your name isn't on the utilities... yeah, you're just hosed. Who wouldn't have their name on utilities? People in Section 8 housing where it's included. So, poor people. Same poor people who sometimes can't afford the $10 ID. So, who does that benefit when the poor can't vote?


I had an apartment where they metered their own electricity, so you didn't get a utility bill. Basic cable was also included. AT first, I didn't have a phone, but when I did, it still counted as only 1 utility bill. Add my lease, and I just barely fit in under the wire, without a phone, I would have been screwed, too, and I wasn't even in Section 8, so even 'regular' people can get caught in that loop.
 
2012-06-13 05:37:53 PM

The_Sheriff_Is_A_Niiii: Serious Black: The_Sheriff_Is_A_Niiii: ImpendingCynic: The_Sheriff_Is_A_Niiii: Not as funny as the other guy. Try harder.

It's not my job to provide entertainment for your small mind and short attention span. Typical Republican, always expecting someone else to do the hard work for you.

/amigettingbetter?

My attention span is not short!!!! It's not!!! Ohh, Storage Wars is on.

Is your attention span long enough to tell me what you thought about my calculations concerning how many people on Florida's list are actually ineligible to vote?

Was that supposed to be serious? Comparing an effort with a 76% success rate to getting struck by lightning 77 times in a year?

Now you might have something if you compared the odds of getting hit by lightning 77 times in a year to the odds of an eligible voter being purged, the state ( or some voting rights group for that matter ) catching it and that voter still not being allowed to vote.


No, that was a PRESUMED true ineligibility rate. I simply assumed that the people who hadn't responded yet didn't respond because they were ineligible to vote. That doesn't mean they really are ineligible to vote. And the comparison to lightning was to make a real-world comparison of how unlikely such a list with this sample is to exist with the assumptions Rick Scott has made about it.
 
2012-06-13 05:38:08 PM

TrollingForColumbine: Mikey1969: Tymast: exactly, photo IDs don't go far enough, that is why we need fingerprints kept on a national database, and it will be easy to keep ACORN from sending people to vote again into a different district, since the ink should be one that is hard to remove.

[citation needed]

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i think


Yeah, usually people add an emoticon, or slashies. If they don't indicate that they are kidding, nobody can be blamed for going off on them.
 
2012-06-13 05:40:08 PM

TheMysticS: And then run over by a shark on a unicycle, a marching band, and a streamroller


Wow, that's a pretty talented shark. Did he stack all those himself, or did the marching band do it, and then put the shark on top of them? ;-)
 
2012-06-13 05:40:23 PM

The_Sheriff_Is_A_Niiii: Nope. It's completely unnecessary for non-citizens and others not eligible to vote to be removed from the rolls. No reason why they can't vote at all. None!!!........except that it's against the law. I hope Florida Republicans filed their patents for all the facts they "invented".


How do you not get this?

No one is saying it's acceptable for ineligible people to vote...

The problem is that the scatter-gun solution pursued in Florida is far, far, far more likely to skew the will of the voters than the very, very, very few voters who who are fraudulent.

geddit?
 
2012-06-13 05:40:51 PM

Serious Black: The_Sheriff_Is_A_Niiii: Serious Black: The_Sheriff_Is_A_Niiii: ImpendingCynic: The_Sheriff_Is_A_Niiii: Not as funny as the other guy. Try harder.

It's not my job to provide entertainment for your small mind and short attention span. Typical Republican, always expecting someone else to do the hard work for you.

/amigettingbetter?

My attention span is not short!!!! It's not!!! Ohh, Storage Wars is on.

Is your attention span long enough to tell me what you thought about my calculations concerning how many people on Florida's list are actually ineligible to vote?

Was that supposed to be serious? Comparing an effort with a 76% success rate to getting struck by lightning 77 times in a year?

Now you might have something if you compared the odds of getting hit by lightning 77 times in a year to the odds of an eligible voter being purged, the state ( or some voting rights group for that matter ) catching it and that voter still not being allowed to vote.

No, that was a PRESUMED true ineligibility rate. I simply assumed that the people who hadn't responded yet didn't respond because they were ineligible to vote. That doesn't mean they really are ineligible to vote. And the comparison to lightning was to make a real-world comparison of how unlikely such a list with this sample is to exist with the assumptions Rick Scott has made about it.


Making assumptions. That's the whole problem with your thought process here. Note that those names were not actually purged yet but were suspected of being ineligible and will be purged if they are found to actually be ineligible.
 
2012-06-13 05:44:32 PM

Lionel Mandrake: The_Sheriff_Is_A_Niiii: Palin is a stupid coont who needs to just shut the fark up. I make a point NOT to watch Fox when she's supposed to be on.

Why do you hate strong conservative women?

You must be a RINO


Strong women, conservative or liberal are the devil. The two headed mini-Newt Gingrich on my shoulder told me so.
 
2012-06-13 05:45:01 PM

The_Sheriff_Is_A_Niiii: Serious Black: The_Sheriff_Is_A_Niiii: Serious Black: The_Sheriff_Is_A_Niiii: ImpendingCynic: The_Sheriff_Is_A_Niiii: Not as funny as the other guy. Try harder.

It's not my job to provide entertainment for your small mind and short attention span. Typical Republican, always expecting someone else to do the hard work for you.

/amigettingbetter?

My attention span is not short!!!! It's not!!! Ohh, Storage Wars is on.

Is your attention span long enough to tell me what you thought about my calculations concerning how many people on Florida's list are actually ineligible to vote?

Was that supposed to be serious? Comparing an effort with a 76% success rate to getting struck by lightning 77 times in a year?

Now you might have something if you compared the odds of getting hit by lightning 77 times in a year to the odds of an eligible voter being purged, the state ( or some voting rights group for that matter ) catching it and that voter still not being allowed to vote.

No, that was a PRESUMED true ineligibility rate. I simply assumed that the people who hadn't responded yet didn't respond because they were ineligible to vote. That doesn't mean they really are ineligible to vote. And the comparison to lightning was to make a real-world comparison of how unlikely such a list with this sample is to exist with the assumptions Rick Scott has made about it.

Making assumptions. That's the whole problem with your thought process here. Note that those names were not actually purged yet but were suspected of being ineligible and will be purged if they are found to actually be ineligible.


Um, the letters that were sent out to people said they will be removed from the registered voter list unless they affirmatively provide proof that they are a US citizen, not that they will be removed if the state finds evidence that they are not eligible to vote. There are copies of a few of these form letters available online.
 
2012-06-13 05:47:40 PM

Serious Black: The_Sheriff_Is_A_Niiii: Serious Black: The_Sheriff_Is_A_Niiii: Serious Black: The_Sheriff_Is_A_Niiii: ImpendingCynic: The_Sheriff_Is_A_Niiii: Not as funny as the other guy. Try harder.

It's not my job to provide entertainment for your small mind and short attention span. Typical Republican, always expecting someone else to do the hard work for you.

/amigettingbetter?

My attention span is not short!!!! It's not!!! Ohh, Storage Wars is on.

Is your attention span long enough to tell me what you thought about my calculations concerning how many people on Florida's list are actually ineligible to vote?

Was that supposed to be serious? Comparing an effort with a 76% success rate to getting struck by lightning 77 times in a year?

Now you might have something if you compared the odds of getting hit by lightning 77 times in a year to the odds of an eligible voter being purged, the state ( or some voting rights group for that matter ) catching it and that voter still not being allowed to vote.

No, that was a PRESUMED true ineligibility rate. I simply assumed that the people who hadn't responded yet didn't respond because they were ineligible to vote. That doesn't mean they really are ineligible to vote. And the comparison to lightning was to make a real-world comparison of how unlikely such a list with this sample is to exist with the assumptions Rick Scott has made about it.

Making assumptions. That's the whole problem with your thought process here. Note that those names were not actually purged yet but were suspected of being ineligible and will be purged if they are found to actually be ineligible.

Um, the letters that were sent out to people said they will be removed from the registered voter list unless they affirmatively provide proof that they are a US citizen, not that they will be removed if the state finds evidence that they are not eligible to vote. There are copies of a few of these form letters available online.


Exactly, they have NOT been removed.......yet. Xerox your drivers license or something and send it in. Not hard.
 
2012-06-13 05:48:20 PM

Mikey1969: TrollingForColumbine: Mikey1969: Tymast: exactly, photo IDs don't go far enough, that is why we need fingerprints kept on a national database, and it will be easy to keep ACORN from sending people to vote again into a different district, since the ink should be one that is hard to remove.

[citation needed]

[4.bp.blogspot.com image 480x384]
i think

Yeah, usually people add an emoticon, or slashies. If they don't indicate that they are kidding, nobody can be blamed for going off on them.


:) yeah i don't blame either :P been playing too much on wnd i guess
 
2012-06-13 05:51:25 PM

The_Sheriff_Is_A_Niiii: ...Xerox...




Dude! Are you old or sumpin' ?
 
2012-06-13 05:51:42 PM

BSABSVR: ghare: Will the lying farking liar who keeps posting lies about the requirements stop farking lying?

Probably not. And we are not even allowed to call them on their lies, for it is "trolling/harrassing other farkers".


I can't even get him to show how "most" states provide absolutely free voter ID cards, and I've asked for it multiple times. The only people who can even get a reply are getting nothing but the same regurgitated bullshiat, over and over and over and over,
 
2012-06-13 05:54:48 PM

TheHappTroll: The_Sheriff_Is_A_Niiii: ...Xerox...



Dude! Are you old or sumpin' ?


I have trouble sending e-mails.
 
2012-06-13 05:57:21 PM

Vlad_the_Inaner: This sort of 'Deadly Embrace' resource lockup can be bad. But I'm nit sure its inescapable. For instance, the SSA also accepts


Man, in the 80's this shiat was loose as a goose. I was an orphan at 5. My adoptive parents never actually adopted me, I went by their last name because they told me to. When I turned 15, I knew I was going to need my SS card soon, so we got it. First, I had to get my BC from Utah. It was still in my original last name. They issued the SS Card in my new last name, and up until 2007, when I got my passport, I just told people that I had been adopted and that's why the names didn't match.

Post 9/11, that all changed, though. I had to scramble to fix this all in time to get my passport for a family trip. I could either start using my birth name any time I wanted, but I would have to change EVERYTHING over, or I could petition the court for a legal name change, but it was going to take 3 months, it was still the simplest move of the two.
 
2012-06-13 06:00:18 PM
Oh FFS let the farking Cubans vote. You think they came here because they're communists?
 
2012-06-13 06:02:36 PM

Mikey1969: I could petition the court for a legal name change, but it was going to take 3 months, it was still the simplest move of the two.


Hmm. I hear the latest fad is people marrying themselves.

A marriage certificate was on the ID list, I think. Maybe it just got simpler. :)
 
2012-06-13 06:06:10 PM

Tymast: :) yeah i don't blame either :P been playing too much on wnd i guess


LOL, sometimes switching back and forth gets confusing.
 
2012-06-13 06:16:28 PM

The_Sheriff_Is_A_Niiii: Serious Black: The_Sheriff_Is_A_Niiii: Serious Black: The_Sheriff_Is_A_Niiii: Serious Black: The_Sheriff_Is_A_Niiii: ImpendingCynic: The_Sheriff_Is_A_Niiii: Not as funny as the other guy. Try harder.

It's not my job to provide entertainment for your small mind and short attention span. Typical Republican, always expecting someone else to do the hard work for you.

/amigettingbetter?

My attention span is not short!!!! It's not!!! Ohh, Storage Wars is on.

Is your attention span long enough to tell me what you thought about my calculations concerning how many people on Florida's list are actually ineligible to vote?

Was that supposed to be serious? Comparing an effort with a 76% success rate to getting struck by lightning 77 times in a year?

Now you might have something if you compared the odds of getting hit by lightning 77 times in a year to the odds of an eligible voter being purged, the state ( or some voting rights group for that matter ) catching it and that voter still not being allowed to vote.

No, that was a PRESUMED true ineligibility rate. I simply assumed that the people who hadn't responded yet didn't respond because they were ineligible to vote. That doesn't mean they really are ineligible to vote. And the comparison to lightning was to make a real-world comparison of how unlikely such a list with this sample is to exist with the assumptions Rick Scott has made about it.

Making assumptions. That's the whole problem with your thought process here. Note that those names were not actually purged yet but were suspected of being ineligible and will be purged if they are found to actually be ineligible.

Um, the letters that were sent out to people said they will be removed from the registered voter list unless they affirmatively provide proof that they are a US citizen, not that they will be removed if the state finds evidence that they are not eligible to vote. There are copies of a few of these form letters available online.

Exactly, they have NOT been removed.......yet. Xerox your drivers license or something and send it in. Not hard.


They are set to be removed on a particular date if they fail to respond with proof of citizenship. A driver's license isn't proof of citizenship and residence.
 
2012-06-13 06:16:45 PM
I would've pissed in the cup, even after Mandvi's involvement in the avatar movie. Anyone else?
 
2012-06-13 06:30:10 PM
This election year is going to be crazy. All the dynamics are in place for a epic meltdown.
 
2012-06-14 12:25:33 PM

moothemagiccow: I would've pissed in the cup, even after Mandvi's involvement in the avatar movie. Anyone else?


What Avatar movie? Asif Mandvi wasn't in James Cameron's Avatar, and I refuse to acknowledge the existence of any other "Avatar" movie.
 
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