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(Talking Points Memo)   Eric Holder suggests that maybe, just maybe, it's time that we have a national, unified voting standard so Florida doesn't keep farking up every single election   ( divider line 104
    More: Hero, Attorney General Eric Holder, John F. Kennedy Presidential Library, MacArthur Foundation, referendum, D-CA  
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2012-12-13 05:04:47 PM  

chiefsfaninkc: Oh they could also make high school kids take the same citizenship test that immigrants take like they used to as a requirement for graduation.

I like this but I wouldn't require a diploma to vote.
2012-12-13 05:45:26 PM  
May I add the usual "This is another reason why the rest of the world points and laughs at us."
Can I get an UNPATRIOTIC? Woop, woop.
2012-12-13 07:48:29 PM  
First of all the GOP will never go for something that will level the playing field.

Second of all, why are we the only Democracy that doesnt get Election Day off from work?

Why cant we vote over the weekend??? WTF?
2012-12-13 10:35:38 PM  
Philip Francis Queeg:
Employer: Hey there employee, Did you vote?
Employee: Yes sir.
Employer: Let's see if you voted for the candidate that we support. Hand over your receipt.
Employee: No.

Fixed that. Having a paper receipt hardly removes your anonymity unless there are flash mobs outside every voting place, and if that happens it hardly matters that you've got a receipt (or don't), does it?
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