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Author:  KnightOfTheOldeCode [ Wed Mar 23, 2011 4:47 pm ]
Post subject:  Ohio House moving fast on voter photo-ID bill GOP

Ohio House moving fast on voter photo-ID bill
GOP, pushing ballot integrity, plans floor vote today

http://www.dispatchpolitics.com/live/co ... cs&sid=101

Author:  color of law [ Wed Mar 23, 2011 9:35 pm ]
Post subject:  Re: Ohio House moving fast on voter photo-ID bill GOP

Quote:
But Republicans say the bill ensures that voters are not negatively affected; it would require the Bureau of Motor Vehicles to issue a free state ID to anyone who cannot afford one. Someone who has a religious objection to being photographed could sign an affirmation and vote.

Free to everyone. The fee is a tax to vote.

Author:  Viking [ Fri Mar 25, 2011 1:59 pm ]
Post subject:  Re: Ohio House moving fast on voter photo-ID bill GOP

next, it will be a barcode tattoed on your forearm to vote....

However, I think there should be an amendment to the constitution to have property or military service requirement to vote (or hold elected office) - people should not be able to vote unless they have a vested interest in this country. This would thin out the entitlement people who are driving our country to financial ruin.

Author:  color of law [ Fri Mar 25, 2011 7:33 pm ]
Post subject:  Re: Ohio House moving fast on voter photo-ID bill GOP

Viking wrote:
next, it will be a barcode tattoed on your forearm to vote....

However, I think there should be an amendment to the constitution to have property or military service requirement to vote (or hold elected office) - people should not be able to vote unless they have a vested interest in this country. This would thin out the entitlement people who are driving our country to financial ruin.

Just letting human beings that are land owners vote would be a start.

Author:  willbird [ Fri Mar 25, 2011 11:55 pm ]
Post subject:  Re: Ohio House moving fast on voter photo-ID bill GOP

color of law wrote:
Viking wrote:
next, it will be a barcode tattoed on your forearm to vote....

However, I think there should be an amendment to the constitution to have property or military service requirement to vote (or hold elected office) - people should not be able to vote unless they have a vested interest in this country. This would thin out the entitlement people who are driving our country to financial ruin.

Just letting human beings that are land owners vote would be a start.


How much land must one own ? And how do you define ownership ?

Bill

Author:  color of law [ Sat Mar 26, 2011 9:49 am ]
Post subject:  Re: Ohio House moving fast on voter photo-ID bill GOP

No matter the size, if I hold title to it or hold deed.


And what's with this size crap anyway?????



Get your mind out of the gutter. I was talking about toy boxes. My toy box is bigger than your toy box!!!!!!!

Author:  willbird [ Sat Mar 26, 2011 10:01 am ]
Post subject:  Re: Ohio House moving fast on voter photo-ID bill GOP

color of law wrote:
No matter the size, if I hold title to it or hold deed.


And what's with this size crap anyway?????



Get your mind out of the gutter. I was talking about toy boxes. My toy box is bigger than your toy box!!!!!!!


Ok, so I can take one acre, and subdivide it 1000 times and sell 1/1000 acre parcels, and each "landowner" can vote ?

And as to defining ownership, in the old time terms, only people who have their mortgage paid OFF are OWNERS ?

Bill

Author:  color of law [ Sat Mar 26, 2011 10:14 am ]
Post subject:  Re: Ohio House moving fast on voter photo-ID bill GOP

No, a mortgage is a lien. The lien only encumbers the land. You still hold title. Your promissory note dictates the terms/collateral of/for payback.

Author:  willbird [ Sat Mar 26, 2011 1:43 pm ]
Post subject:  Re: Ohio House moving fast on voter photo-ID bill GOP

color of law wrote:
No, a mortgage is a lien. The lien only encumbers the land. You still hold title. Your promissory note dictates the terms/collateral of/for payback.


Well as I said, it is all in how they define it :-).

Bill

Author:  BornLib [ Fri Apr 01, 2011 9:45 pm ]
Post subject:  Re: Ohio House moving fast on voter photo-ID bill GOP

color of law wrote:
Viking wrote:
next, it will be a barcode tattoed on your forearm to vote....

However, I think there should be an amendment to the constitution to have property or military service requirement to vote (or hold elected office) - people should not be able to vote unless they have a vested interest in this country. This would thin out the entitlement people who are driving our country to financial ruin.

Just letting human beings that are land owners vote would be a start.

Just restricting the vote to people who are still alive would be a start.

Author:  color of law [ Fri Apr 01, 2011 9:59 pm ]
Post subject:  Re: Ohio House moving fast on voter photo-ID bill GOP

BornLib wrote:
color of law wrote:
Viking wrote:
next, it will be a barcode tattoed on your forearm to vote....

However, I think there should be an amendment to the constitution to have property or military service requirement to vote (or hold elected office) - people should not be able to vote unless they have a vested interest in this country. This would thin out the entitlement people who are driving our country to financial ruin.

Just letting human beings that are land owners vote would be a start.

Just restricting the vote to people who are still alive would be a start.

What???? Is it politically correct to deprive dead people their right to vote????

Author:  WileyCoyote [ Thu Apr 07, 2011 12:19 am ]
Post subject:  Re: Ohio House moving fast on voter photo-ID bill GOP

color of law wrote:
Viking wrote:
next, it will be a barcode tattoed on your forearm to vote....

However, I think there should be an amendment to the constitution to have property or military service requirement to vote (or hold elected office) - people should not be able to vote unless they have a vested interest in this country. This would thin out the entitlement people who are driving our country to financial ruin.

Just letting human beings that are land owners vote would be a start.

yeah, but most people starting out, go the renting route before building enough $/credit to get a mortgage and a house. this includes productive citizens, many productive citizens... plus ownership is not for everyone.. now, if you're concerned about "productive citizens", as opposed to leaches, ...you can't distinguish the two just based on "land ownership"..

Author:  color of law [ Thu Apr 07, 2011 5:36 pm ]
Post subject:  Re: Ohio House moving fast on voter photo-ID bill GOP

WileyCoyote wrote:
color of law wrote:
Viking wrote:
next, it will be a barcode tattoed on your forearm to vote....

However, I think there should be an amendment to the constitution to have property or military service requirement to vote (or hold elected office) - people should not be able to vote unless they have a vested interest in this country. This would thin out the entitlement people who are driving our country to financial ruin.

Just letting human beings that are land owners vote would be a start.

yeah, but most people starting out, go the renting route before building enough $/credit to get a mortgage and a house. this includes productive citizens, many productive citizens... plus ownership is not for everyone.. now, if you're concerned about "productive citizens", as opposed to leaches, ...you can't distinguish the two just based on "land ownership"..

I must disagree. Most taxes are on your property. Why should a non property owner have a right to raise my property taxes.

Author:  diamondsun [ Fri Apr 08, 2011 4:00 am ]
Post subject:  Re: Ohio House moving fast on voter photo-ID bill GOP

Don't kid yourself. Renters pay property taxes too. The taxes for the rental property my mother ownes are figured into the rental rate. Voting for a tax increase in the property taxes is a vote for a rent hike in the following year.

I'd be happy with a simple civics test to establish competency to vote. Letting the lowest common denominator of society decide matters of state is probably not the best idea. Some of the people I've seen at the polls are frightfully stupid.

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