My party? WTF are you talking about?
I know that we don't agree on everything, but I find you to be a decent person and one who is truly interested in an exchange of ideas.
I'm not sure why you're against requiring people who vote to present their ID when they do so. I'm sure you have a reason. Sadly, i have to assume...
So it's not impossible.
Don't you think it would just be easier to scan one's ID, like when one buys cigarettes? That would eliminate ALL...
Hm. Now I'm I'm not quite sure of your position. Are you advocating voter fraud?
So you can't actually say how it be impossible for me to go and vote under an assumed name?
Anyone can impersonate a registered voter. Because no ID.
I give you credit for being way more patient than I have ever been.
But future generations will see this and will understand why it's wrong to be...
First of all I love how you think I in any way like Donald Trump. But it is expected.
So, someone claiming to be Joe Blow walks into the polling...
Omg, that made me actually LOL
So they have no idea whether or not I'm Blah Blah?
No dual-factor security?
Keep up building the record against the violent sociopaths. I assume this forum will be available thousands of years from now, as will the drivel...
Um, I'm not sure where you vote, but when I vote, I walk in and say, "Hi My name is Blah Blah." And they let me vote.
Access to what information other than name?
Yeah, I'm sure it's really difficult to walk in and say a name.
You realize that registration occurs at a different time than voting, right?
So just ask them who they are? And don't require any evidence?
I claimed that? Where?
So how do we know who is actually casting the vote unless they can identify themselves?
You mean they require id when voting? I've never heard of this.
Verifying a person's identity seems like a good idea.
How does the state know whether the voter is who they say they are?
I've no idea. I never wrote what you attribute to me.
The question is: When a person walks in to the polling place, how are we to know whether he...
Anybody can say any name they wish, right?
And if an imposter walks in and votes in my place what actually stops that from happening.
Also, you need to tone down the personal stuff. This...
Those are interesting questions, but you seem to have ignored the question I've asked several times. Maybe we can tackle that before we move...
Somebody registered. How do they know I'm the same as who registered?
Separate names with a comma.