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Roger.D  
#41 Posted : Thursday, July 30, 2020 7:31:18 PM(UTC)
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I guess it makes sense that the ones in power based upon getting a minority of the vote wouldn't want more people to vote.

Imagine if the Senate and Presidency reflected the majority of America. If the minority cannot change the minds of the majority of America, they have to find another way to implement their plans.


“majority” Thanks to several big liberal cities on the coasts. Thank God for the electoral college or else the sens would treat the whole country like the left wing coastal cities that put them in power. Which would screw all of middle america(normal people).


Normal ppl who deny the holocaust? Believe that hoods and robes are appropriate church wear? Bomb abortion clinics? Excommunicate anyone who doesn't disown their gay child? Stand in front of black churches with their assault rifle? Deny the pandemic Is real? Burn books? Think of the woman doesn't do as her man tells her, it's okay to give her an attitude adjustment? Is that the normal you are supporting?


The above reply is the same ridiculous sh** you post to trash everybody that disagrees with you. Holds a small kernel of truth, but is a distortion of reality.



Senator Robert Byrd?

Let us not forget that Former VP Biden praised Senator Byrd at his funeral.

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#42 Posted : Thursday, July 30, 2020 7:54:22 PM(UTC)
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I guess it makes sense that the ones in power based upon getting a minority of the vote wouldn't want more people to vote.

Imagine if the Senate and Presidency reflected the majority of America. If the minority cannot change the minds of the majority of America, they have to find another way to implement their plans.


“majority” Thanks to several big liberal cities on the coasts. Thank God for the electoral college or else the sens would treat the whole country like the left wing coastal cities that put them in power. Which would screw all of middle america(normal people).


Normal ppl who deny the holocaust? Believe that hoods and robes are appropriate church wear? Bomb abortion clinics? Excommunicate anyone who doesn't disown their gay child? Stand in front of black churches with their assault rifle? Deny the pandemic Is real? Burn books? Think of the woman doesn't do as her man tells her, it's okay to give her an attitude adjustment? Is that the normal you are supporting?


The above reply is the same ridiculous sh** you post to trash everybody that disagrees with you. Holds a small kernel of truth, but is a distortion of reality.



Senator Robert Byrd?

Let us not forget that Former VP Biden praised Senator Byrd at his funeral.



Let us not forget the rest of the story:

"As a young man, Mr Byrd was for a brief period a member of the white supremacist group the Ku Klux Klan and also joined Southern Democrats in an unsuccessful filibuster against the 1964 Civil Rights Act.


He later apologised for both actions, saying that intolerance had no place in America, and in his later years as a senator became a champion of civil rights."

Omitting facts that don't fit your agenda is above you.
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#43 Posted : Thursday, July 30, 2020 8:12:05 PM(UTC)
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I guess it makes sense that the ones in power based upon getting a minority of the vote wouldn't want more people to vote.

Imagine if the Senate and Presidency reflected the majority of America. If the minority cannot change the minds of the majority of America, they have to find another way to implement their plans.


“majority” Thanks to several big liberal cities on the coasts. Thank God for the electoral college or else the sens would treat the whole country like the left wing coastal cities that put them in power. Which would screw all of middle america(normal people).


Normal ppl who deny the holocaust? Believe that hoods and robes are appropriate church wear? Bomb abortion clinics? Excommunicate anyone who doesn't disown their gay child? Stand in front of black churches with their assault rifle? Deny the pandemic Is real? Burn books? Think of the woman doesn't do as her man tells her, it's okay to give her an attitude adjustment? Is that the normal you are supporting?


The above reply is the same ridiculous sh** you post to trash everybody that disagrees with you. Holds a small kernel of truth, but is a distortion of reality.



Senator Robert Byrd?

Let us not forget that Former VP Biden praised Senator Byrd at his funeral.



Let us not forget the rest of the story:

"As a young man, Mr Byrd was for a brief period a member of the white supremacist group the Ku Klux Klan and also joined Southern Democrats in an unsuccessful filibuster against the 1964 Civil Rights Act.


He later apologised for both actions, saying that intolerance had no place in America, and in his later years as a senator became a champion of civil rights."

Omitting facts that don't fit your agenda is above you.


As listed in Mr Byrd's wiki page, he was hardly a choir boy. Was he truly repentant or just moving with the prevailing winds? He was a politician.



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#44 Posted : Thursday, July 30, 2020 8:12:49 PM(UTC)
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I don't understand how at this point this could possibly be so hard to implement and make rather fool proof, except that I've picked up several ballots already and think it's way too early to start the mail-in voting process if there is so much uneasiness. Every ballot has 2 QR codes and at least 3 barcodes. The ballots themselves are scantron. Why not include a unique identifier in every mailed out ballot that has 2 copies for the voter to fill out along with their ballot. Those unique identifiers have unique codes and 3 questions they answer, one copy they tear off and keep and the other goes back with the completed scantron ballot. They wait a few weeks and check the website to enter in their unique code. This then prompts them to answer the three questions. Upon answering the questions correctly they then see that their ballot was received and that every vote they checked aligns with what they sent in. If there are any issues or incorrect entries they call a specific number to inquire and correct the responses. If there are any further issues they may even elect to discard that vote and vote in person at a select time. The majority would be mail-in ballots and the errors would be a sparse amount of individuals able to do a vote in person mulligan. Does that make sense? How hard would that be to implement to secure and simplify the process?
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#45 Posted : Thursday, July 30, 2020 11:33:18 PM(UTC)
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I mail in vote simply for the convenience. I’m more than likely working overtime that day anyway. Even if there wasn’t a pandemic( or whatever is going on), I don’t want to stand in line for hours.
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#46 Posted : Friday, July 31, 2020 11:45:15 AM(UTC)
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Senator Robert Byrd?

Let us not forget that Former VP Biden praised Senator Byrd at his funeral.



First of all, some of my reply was tongue in cheek and applicable to both parties. However Sen Byrd professed to have seen the error of his ways and to have changed. Was he truly a better man, not good, just better? I have no way of knowing for sure. But David Duke, elected as a republican legislator of Louisiana was a true racist. He just got slicker in how he presented his message. But maybe you missed the point of the sarcasm of my reply and that was how Craig finds it acceptable to demonize all those voters in big cities, simply because they're not conservative trump-lickers like he is. MOst people of my acquaintance tend to hold a mixture of so-called "conservative" and "liberal" views. Only the extremists are incapable or simply won't admit to holding views that don't completely agree with their professed loyalties. Just look at our largest federal socialist programs, which both parties protect, social security and medicare. Yet those same supporters find nothing wrong with cursing somebody as a socialist, when they themselves support socialist programs. It gets boring after a while listening to those who are dishonest intellectually and/or incapable of coherent thought.
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#47 Posted : Friday, July 31, 2020 1:53:06 PM(UTC)
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Senator Robert Byrd?

Let us not forget that Former VP Biden praised Senator Byrd at his funeral.



First of all, some of my reply was tongue in cheek and applicable to both parties. However Sen Byrd professed to have seen the error of his ways and to have changed. Was he truly a better man, not good, just better? I have no way of knowing for sure. But David Duke, elected as a republican legislator of Louisiana was a true racist. He just got slicker in how he presented his message. But maybe you missed the point of the sarcasm of my reply and that was how Craig finds it acceptable to demonize all those voters in big cities, simply because they're not conservative trump-lickers like he is. MOst people of my acquaintance tend to hold a mixture of so-called "conservative" and "liberal" views. Only the extremists are incapable or simply won't admit to holding views that don't completely agree with their professed loyalties. Just look at our largest federal socialist programs, which both parties protect, social security and medicare. Yet those same supporters find nothing wrong with cursing somebody as a socialist, when they themselves support socialist programs. It gets boring after a while listening to those who are dishonest intellectually and/or incapable of coherent thought.

No. I demonize big city voters because I can’t stand the big city and the vast majority of our issues in this country happen in cities....democrat lead cities at that. It has nothing to do with Trump.
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#48 Posted : Friday, July 31, 2020 2:12:07 PM(UTC)
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I think they should give you the Byrd.
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#49 Posted : Friday, July 31, 2020 2:18:23 PM(UTC)

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No. I demonize big city voters because I can’t stand the big city and the vast majority of our issues in this country happen in cities....democrat lead cities at that. It has nothing to do with Trump.



A valid point.

And the problem is that if you point out the problem... you get called names.

Instead of having somebody refuting what you're saying.

It's the Democratic lead big cities.

Is he wrong?
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#50 Posted : Friday, July 31, 2020 3:46:12 PM(UTC)
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The more people closer together the more problems, of course. For one thing, there are more people who disagree with you. So if you don't have good social skills, your mouth can get you in trouble more easily. For instance, consider what might happen if a person went around a populated area saying what they post online.
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#51 Posted : Friday, July 31, 2020 5:00:52 PM(UTC)
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The more people closer together the more problems, of course. For one thing, there are more people who disagree with you. So if you don't have good social skills, your mouth can get you in trouble more easily. For instance, consider what might happen if a person went around a populated area saying what they post online.


It doesn't take much research to debunk the old "Democrat cities bad" narrative that pops up every so often. Makes for good soundbites to incite the base.

A world of facts at our fingertips but so many around us rather stay inside their bubble.
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#52 Posted : Friday, July 31, 2020 5:01:11 PM(UTC)
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No. I demonize big city voters because I can’t stand the big city and the vast majority of our issues in this country happen in cities....democrat lead cities at that. It has nothing to do with Trump.


And there you prove my point, you demonize those that disagree with you. You find it acceptable to trash talk anybody that disagrees with you. Yet most of your favorite conservative pundits, news organizations are based in those same big cities. They spout off, spew hatred and you lap it up and spew it out yourself. At least you admit you demonize people who don't agree with you.


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No. I demonize big city voters because I can’t stand the big city and the vast majority of our issues in this country happen in cities....democrat lead cities at that. It has nothing to do with Trump.



A valid point.

And the problem is that if you point out the problem... you get called names.

Instead of having somebody refuting what you're saying.

It's the Democratic lead big cities.

Is he wrong?


No, he didn't point out any problem. He ranted and raved, spewing hate against those that disagree with him. It has nothing to do with the politics of those cities. In fact most normal people tend to support issues of both "conservative" and "liberal" sides of the arguments. Some are actually willing to work together to find a solution and then there's the extremists on both sides that demand complete capitulation of the other side, because the extremist is incapable of seeing his own flaws.
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"In Georgia, roughly 12,500 mail-in ballots were rejected in the state’s June primary, while California tossed more than 100,000 absentee ballots during its March primary."

"Reasons vary, from ballots being received after the deadline to voters’ signatures not matching the one on file with the county clerk. Multiple studies show mail-in ballots from Black voters, like those from Latino and young voters, are rejected at a higher rate than those of white voters."

"In Kentucky’s June primary, more than 8,000 absentee ballots were rejected in Jefferson County, which includes Louisville."

Source: Associated Press (July 31, 2020) https://apnews.com/0dc41...bf09ed27dd3c801344ead71c
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