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April 28, 2008

Supreme Court Smacks Down Voter Fraud

Filed under: Defending America,Justice/Law,Supreme Court — Psycheout @ 4:27 pm
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Real IDWell, America wins again, thanks to an increasingly conservative Supreme Court populated by right thinking Republican Presidents.

States can require voters to produce photo identification, the Supreme Court ruled Monday, upholding a Republican-inspired law that Democrats say will keep some poor, older and minority voters from casting ballots.

This is wise, as poor people are generally less informed than wealthy people who actually follow politics and tend to vote Republican.  At first, only property owning males were allowed to vote.  Sometimes the old ways are the right ways.  This is one of them.

The ruling means the ID requirement will be in effect for next week’s presidential primary in Indiana, where a significant number of new voters are expected to turn out for the Democratic contest between Sens. Hillary Rodham Clinton and Barack Obama.

Ha ha moonbats!  Wouldn’t it be funny if no Democrats were eligible to vote?  You bet it would!

Now liberals can’t just round up a bunch of so-called “new voters” with free crack, malt liquor and taco supremes.  These “new voters” must actually be eligible to vote.  That is, they must actually have valid id.  Illegals, criminals and other traditional Democrat party voters need not apply.

Liberal holdouts Breyer, Souter and Ginsberg dissented, presenting this ridiculous sob story:

Indiana’s voter ID law “threatens to impose nontrivial burdens on the voting rights of tens of thousands of the state’s citizens,” Souter said.

The targets of the law, he said, are “voters who are poor and old.”

Oh boo hoo.  Cry me a river.  Get an ID or get out.  And don’t bother voting if you refuse to present your national ID card.  Slackers.

– Psycheout

27 Comments »

  1. So say Hypoteticly I had no money and I wanted to vote your precious Sam Brownback but Oh noes I can’t boo hoo cry me a river Psychecunt cause you need all the help you can get.

    Comment by CammanFia — April 28, 2008 @ 5:00 pm | Reply

  2. NOBODY CARES desu~

    Comment by Anonymous — April 28, 2008 @ 5:34 pm | Reply

  3. This is wise, as poor people are generally less informed than wealthy people who actually follow politics and tend to vote Republican. At first, only property owning males were allowed to vote. Sometimes the old ways are the right ways.

    Ah, so you DO admit you believe only rich white males should have any rights.

    You’re officially a racist bastard.

    Jesus hates you.

    Comment by Dio Brando — April 28, 2008 @ 7:21 pm | Reply

  4. http://ap.google.com/article/ALeqM5g2S4_VL61HrJgLKWc4HOixPEj4KAD90B5R7G0

    Here, b4B should post this.

    Comment by Dio Brando — April 28, 2008 @ 7:43 pm | Reply

  5. “This is wise, as poor people are generally less informed than wealthy people who actually follow politics and tend to vote Republican.”

    In the real world, rich people tend to be fat lazy idiots just like the Republicans. They hide behind their porcelain walls and have no idea what goes on in the world around them, they only know what they see on their big screened propaganda feeding TVs and what they read in the wall street journal. The real informed people are the ones out there living in the real world and not sheltered from the truth by high fences, security cameras and body guards. The people actually doing the work that they only hear about from time to time. The only politics that interest them are “Who can we vote for that will keep us rich and make the working class poorer?”
    Just ask a couple rich people a question that doesn’t concern money or the stock market, or that requires a little common sense to answer and watch their faces go blank.

    Comment by Arn — April 28, 2008 @ 8:48 pm | Reply

  6. Dio Brando is officially a racist. But liberal DemocRATs like him see racism everywhere, only to spread their liberal lies and filth.

    There are plenty of rich property owning black folk like Clarence Thomas and Armstrong Williams, just to name a few. So shut up, you filthy liar.

    Comment by Psycheout — April 29, 2008 @ 12:00 am | Reply

  7. Typical touchy feely nonsense from the Supreme Court so they can show they are all politically correct. They worry about whether a voter has a ID while they let child molesters, perverts and atheists vote. Well PRAISE JESUS John McCain will do his one term to clear the deck for Senator Brownbeck.

    The only election a Christian really needs to worry about is one were Jesus choses if you are saved or not. One savior, one vote, a tried and true system.

    Comment by BJ Tabor — April 29, 2008 @ 7:34 am | Reply

  8. Sorry to disappoint you BJ, but McCain doesn’t have a snowballs chance in hell of getting elected.

    Comment by Arn — April 29, 2008 @ 8:01 am | Reply

  9. Really Arn, you don’t think its conceivable that the Hilldog will sleaze the Democratic nomination from Obama and then blow her own chances in the election with her inability to not stop lying?

    Comment by BJ Tabor — April 29, 2008 @ 8:09 am | Reply

  10. “with her inability to not stop lying?”

    just think about that statement a moment,,,,,,,,,,,,,, dumbass

    Comment by Arn — April 29, 2008 @ 8:59 am | Reply

  11. Dio: The mods are clearly unaware that socio-economic prejudice translates to racial prejudice, due to a disproportionate number of racial minorities trapped in poverty. Your observation, therefore, has likely fallen on deaf ears, as do any statements made here based on reason and common sense.

    Comment by L — April 29, 2008 @ 9:07 am | Reply

  12. Arn, you are dead on about rich people. It is rare that I meet a person of wealth who is not selfish, condescending, out of touch, and consequently rather annoying. The extremely few that I have met were wonderful people for rising above the corruption that money can so easily cause in the human soul.

    At least the working class treats people like human beings. I vote that every potential nominee should be screened by asking them the prices of everyday items, such as a loaf of bread, a gallon of milk, a dozen eggs, or a gallon of gasoline. If they can’t do that, they don’t need to make decisions that affect the working class (and EVERY executive decision will affect the working class in some way).

    BJ, Hillary’s stealing the nomination may be rather improbable, but I certainly wouldn’t put it past her to try. If she does win the nomination, then we’re screwed no matter who we vote for.

    Comment by L — April 29, 2008 @ 9:17 am | Reply

  13. They worry about whether a voter has a ID while they let child molesters, perverts and atheists vote.

    That’s a good point, BJ. But of course a good REAL ID/National ID card would have that kind of information embedded on an RFID chip in the card itself. So it would be easy enough to either turn such people away at the polling station, or better yet, discard their vote and have them arrested later.

    Comment by Psycheout — April 29, 2008 @ 11:39 am | Reply

  14. You’re right Psycheout, arrested latter would be best for our democracy. That way these vile criminals just disappear from decent society one night like they never existed and no good American would ever need to give these scum a second thought. The bullying of these predators in the voting both is unacceptable, we need to act now to preserve our civil liberty.

    We’d have National ID cards + RFID chip by now if it weren’t for these liberals and their love for Big Government. The left knows national ID + RFID chip would make it harder to slip their greasy PC tentacles into our private lives. You think maybe once these progressives would act for the common good and not push their thought control agenda.

    Comment by BJ Tabor — April 29, 2008 @ 1:37 pm | Reply

  15. Dio Brando is officially a racist. But liberal DemocRATs like him see racism everywhere, only to spread their liberal lies and filth.

    There are plenty of rich property owning black folk like Clarence Thomas and Armstrong Williams, just to name a few. So shut up, you filthy liar.

    Except you said “At first, only property owning males were allowed to vote. Sometimes the old ways are the right ways. This is one of them.”.

    -At first- refers to originally. Remind me again, who tended to own property up until the second half of the 20th century? Or rather, who were the ones ALLOWED to own property until then?

    So how exactly am I the racist, when you’re the one who says only white males should be allowed to vote?

    I wasn’t referring to any sort of “minorities tend to always be poor”, ’cause quite honestly, I think that’s bullsh*t. “Minority” is just another attempt by racist whites to divide themselves from those of colour. Take areas where there’s say, a majority of Persians– they’ll STILL be called “minorities” in that area.

    Also, Psycheout The Hitler Youth and BlowJay Tabor, are the two of you aware of how easy it would be to hack into a national ID database that’s accessible to all?

    The only election a Christian really needs to worry about is one were Jesus choses if you are saved or not. One savior, one vote, a tried and true system.

    Can’t find out till you try. Care to test it by killing yourself? And don’t try to give some sort of Bible-paradoxing statement like “I hear the voice of Jesus, Jesus speaks to me and tells me things”. The Bible talks about SECOND COMING for a reason. Jesus does not speak to you. God can’t, either, or else there wouldn’t be much use for any of the high-rank angels like Michael, Gabriel, Raphael, Sealtiel, or Uriel.

    So I’ve already played ahead of your idiotic and foolish attacks.

    Comment by Dio Brando — April 29, 2008 @ 3:27 pm | Reply

  16. Dio,

    While it is true we Christian feel Christ presence in us down to our very depths (see Philemon 1:7) we Christians know whether we are elected to Salvation by the gifts Jesus bestows upon us as a sign of His favor. Marty McPain’s new Hummvee is a perfect example. Jesus wants us to be happy and He will reward us as long as we show we love Him by exercising our free will by turning our free will over to Him.

    Comment by BJ Tabor — April 29, 2008 @ 3:52 pm | Reply

  17. we Christians know whether we are elected to Salvation by the gifts Jesus bestows upon us as a sign of His favor.

    Okay, I don’t know how many times I need to point this out for you to understand English.

    Jesus. Gnostic. Gnostics believe that the physical realm is a lie of sorts– that what truly matters is the soul, the within. Thus, Jesus never offered any physical gifts– the symbolism at the Last Supper does not count.

    Jesus wants us to be happy and He will reward us as long as we show we love Him by exercising our free will by turning our free will over to Him.

    That’s not free will. That’s pure submission. Jesus does not guide directly– instead he offers up what he perceived to be the purest way, a guide to REFER to. God gave man but one gift: the ability of free-will. The freedom to do as one wishes(not to say that there are no repercussions).

    Jesus does not reward, for being a good follower is required to begin with. The Kingdom of Heaven lies within.

    But no, McPain(and you, possibly) believe the Kingdom of Heaven lies within a Hummer filled with naked little girls to beat and rape.

    Comment by Dio Brando — April 29, 2008 @ 4:41 pm | Reply

  18. “That way these vile criminals just disappear from decent society one night like they never existed and no good American would ever need to give these scum a second thought.”

    Note from the Ministry of Truth (Minitru): doubleplus ungood refs unpersons terminate immediately

    Seriously, this sounds like something straight out of George Orwell. Do you really want to bring the concept of “unpersons” to life in what was meant to be a free society?

    Dio: “Are the two of you aware of how easy it would be to hack into a national ID database that’s accessible to all?”
    Of course they know how databases are broken into–they watched Hackers. ;P

    Also, do not try to teach them the truth about Christianity. They will not listen because that would go against their stubborn belief that they are always right.

    Tabor: Re-read the book of Job. Here it is, KJV, right on the Internet. You don’t even have to get your ink-and-paper Bible out. Job was a genuinely good person, but when bad things happened, none of his friends said, “Gee, it’s a shame such horrible things are happening to such a great guy.” No, they kept trying to get him to confess for wrongs he had not committed, on the mistaken premise that bad things can never happen to good people. Karma does not always account for how one is treated. If it did, then Jesus would not have been, you know, executed in a humiliating, painful way on false charges of treason.

    Also, “exercising our free will by turning our free will over to Him” is a logical contradiction. It would have been far better had you said “exercising our free will by evaluating each situation and trying to choose good over evil, with the words of Jesus as our guide.” Free will =/= slavery. Free will = choice. http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=Deuteronomy%2030:19;&version=9; See that? He didn’t say, “You MUST do XYZ because you’ll die if you don’t.” He said, “Choose life.” Your own God wants you to make active, conscious decisions based on a combination of logic and His teachings. You’ve got the second part down, but you definitely need to brush up on your logic.

    Comment by L — April 30, 2008 @ 8:35 am | Reply

  19. Oh, by the way, you people have apparently failed to realize that not just everyone can vote. We already have the restriction that one must register to vote in one’s state, then verify one’s identity with a driver’s license at the polling place (which the voter does not choose). The ID database itself is, therefore, redundant and useless. It would also be completely computerized and, therefore, easy to hack (as Dio has already noted). If there’s no paper trail, I don’t trust it to protect my identity. A printed document is a lot harder to edit without leaving noticeable traces behind.

    Comment by L — April 30, 2008 @ 9:36 am | Reply

  20. Jesus. Gnostic.

    Nonsense Dio, Jesus is a Baptist.

    Gnostics believe that the physical realm is a lie of sorts– that what truly matters is the soul, the within. Thus, Jesus never offered any physical gifts– the symbolism at the Last Supper does not count.

    Then explain Marty’s Hummvee. Marty named it prayer and Jesus let Mary claim it.

    Comment by BJ Tabor — April 30, 2008 @ 10:25 am | Reply

  21. “Nonsense Dio, Jesus is a Baptist.”

    And what religion did you say you were?

    “Then explain Marty’s Hummvee. Marty named it prayer and Jesus let Mary claim it.”

    First, Marty’s Hummvee is only in his imanginary head, since Marty is a fictional character as are the rest of you.
    And I know you haven’t got the expressionary skills of a two year old, but please TRY to explain just what the hell “and Jesus let Mary claim it” is supposed to mean.

    Comment by Arn — April 30, 2008 @ 10:54 am | Reply

  22. Tabor: The Baptist sect did not even exist until the 16th century AD. Jesus was a Jew. He was presented before the Temple authorities as an infant, in accordance with Jewish law (a.k.a. the laws of Moses). He celebrated the Jewish feast of Passover, both as a child and as an adult. All these points aside, why would he have been referred to at his crucifixion as “The King of the Jews” if he were not, himself, a Jew?

    I mean wow, I was educated in a private church-school run out of the local Church of God, and they never once tried to convince people that Jesus was a member of the Church of God sect. Nor have I ever heard anyone insist Jesus was Catholic, Lutheran, Calvinist, Episcopalian, Methodist, Presbyterian, or Mormon. All of these faiths know and recognize that Jesus was Jewish. Every religious authority, both Christian and non-Christian, agrees that Jesus was Jewish. To my knowledge, only Baptists and Pentecostals have ever claimed that Jesus was a member of a church that didn’t exist yet.

    Comment by L — April 30, 2008 @ 11:13 am | Reply

  23. I meant to say above that the Baptist sect, as such, came into being in the 17th century, not the 16th. I apologize for the error.

    Comment by L — April 30, 2008 @ 11:14 am | Reply

  24. In b4 someone jumps on L about “a religion that didn’t exist yet”
    Don’t try to use John the Baptist as evidence against her statement, he was called that because he baptised people, a “Baptist” in the bible is one who baptises, not the name of a religion.

    Comment by Arn — May 1, 2008 @ 5:29 am | Reply

  25. They’ll say it anyways, Arn. These are people who still think Jesus wasn’t a Jew. And that he wielded a sword and chopped the heads off anyone who didn’t immediately convert.

    Comment by Dio Brando — May 1, 2008 @ 1:09 pm | Reply

  26. No, Dio, Corker said he was a jew, Marty said he was a baptist. However, Corker said Jesus was Jewish, but he is a Calvinist because someone decided he was devinely inspired to start a new way and revise God’s laws 1500 years after Jesus died. Wonder if Corker really thinks that Calvin wanted his son to go to hell because he died when he was two weeks old.
    In other words, Corker thinks Jesus was perfect, yet he prefers to believe in a religion that goes against the teachings of the bible because it suits his own sadistic ways better.

    Comment by Arn — May 1, 2008 @ 1:29 pm | Reply

  27. “This is wise, as poor people are generally less informed than wealthy people who actually follow politics and tend to vote RETARDican. At first, only property owning males were allowed to vote. Sometimes the old ways are the right ways. This is one of them.”

    Well, this is not. Besides, the law got changed, so either America mistaken in changing the law (you read it well, Retardican, America can make mistakes), or changing it was not a mistake, America did well as you always think it does, but you are wrong.

    Choose well, retardican.

    Comment by dio schifoso — May 3, 2008 @ 5:02 am | Reply


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