Forum: Liquid Lounge
...attributable to W is the polarization of the US: "We hate W, so anything we do to get even with him is good; he stole the election from us, so we'll steal it from McCain."
"anything to win," is wrong. We should have learned from W that the ends does not justify the means.
National mandatory ID card, FBI fingerprinting all citizens, and ID checks at security checkpoints/voting, Gnar_Star New
I have to agree. I see nothing wrong with voter id cards and verification of who you are in order to cast a ballot... rroberts New
We have to consider the effect of imposing that requirement on people who have been voting honestly, and ezwater New
It's like a poll tax effect. The Supreme Court was not impressed, but the fact remains that it is a Republican ezwater New
Because the people who have the most trouble getting ID overwhelmingly vote Democratic snowwrestler New
Your comments make it sound like inaccuracy favors one party, while accuracy favors the other... rlhartman New
The biggest mistake is thinking that this sort of polarization is anything new in U.S. politics <NT> snowwrestler New