"Felons did not lose their right to vote because no one has the right to vote in a federal election as along as the 14th, 15th, 19th, and 26th Amendments are not violated."
You're wrong. It's that simple.
"So you are admitting there are some felons, which include those who are out of prison that will never be re-established to vote?"
When did I ever deny that? You simply don't understand that that fact is absolutely irrelevant to your claim that no one has the right to vote in a federal election.
Losing your rights is built in to being a felon. Once you are convicted of a felony, you give up most of you rights. The fact you are trying to push as proof of your claim does not serve as any sort of affirmation whatsoever.
American citizens over the age of 18 do, in fact, have a right to vote in Federal, State and local elections.
"Rick1: I would go with arrogance first, then the mythical law school."
Your jealousy amuses me.
"Easy, there are convicted felons in Tennessee who are out of prison that were convicted of murder, and rape and that have not done lengthy prison sentences and they will never have their rights to vote reinstated to vote in a Federal Election unless the State of Tennessee changes the law."
And? You just said it yourself: "rights to vote". Is voting a right or not? Your whole felony argument was used to support your "you don't have a right to vote" claim. Yet, you just contradicted yourself with your own words.
No one is denying the fact that some felons cannot vote ever again.
"States can impose restrictions and not allow people to vote in Federal Elections as long as they do not violate the 14th, 15th, 19th, and 26th Amendments."
Name one such restriction that falls outside of those Amendments. Your felony example doesn't exactly count since felons lose nearly all their Constitutional rights once they are convicted and some are never "returned" to them after their incarceration is over.
"These restrictions can be temporary where felons can apply to have their rights restored after completing their full sentence, to not having their rights restored at all even after they have completed there full sentence."
Felons lose a lot of rights during and after they are incarcerated. Why do you feel that this proves your point that you don't have a right to vote? Felons losing the right to vote is one of many rights they lose. If you don't have a right to vote, then what rights are being restored?
How does a felon lose the right to vote when, according to you, they never had that right in the first place?
"You should have learned this in your Constitutional Law class but I have to question if you really are attending Law School or are you just that arrogant that you can not admit when you are wrong."
Learned what? That some felons aren't allowed to vote ever again? I knew that already. I haven't disputed that irrelevant fact. I'm simply stating that that fact doesn't prove your claim that people do not have a right to vote.
Also, I wasn't wrong about anything. You are the one that is wrong and, apparently, confused. I have to question if you're really capable of understanding very simple, concise statements or are you arrogant, idiotic enough to believe some felons losing their right to vote somehow proves your point that you do not have a right to vote?
You've referred to the "right to vote" several times in this post alone. So which is it? Is it a right or not? Do felons lose that right or not?
"Now you’ve just slipped into just being silly and it’s the point that adults tell the children to go out and play."
I would say the same to you, but that would be an insult to most children.
"Go out and play."
Your rebuttal is severely lacking.
"My comment that you do not have a right to vote in a Federal Election, is in fact correct and your response "Yes, you do. Felons can be re-enfranchised, is in fact incorrect."
You're still wrong. I've already explained why.
"I’ve heard that they are the most reliable Democratic voting group."
That's because you've been suckling that WingNut Propaganda teat. Lies and misinformation does not a sound argument make.
"I don’t think I even implied that there would be any others"
The ones you mentioned weren't even applicable.
"so I guess I was correct about it being legal to purge voter rolls and disenfranchise a certain group."
You guess wrong considering I've rebuffed that claim several times and debunked your examples as well.
"Since the prisoners do not have privacy you would need a secure and private way for them to mark their ballots."
So which is it? Prison polling station or absentee ballot?
"You are welcome to name this location as you please"
I asked you the question.
"Whichever state, county, or city wanted to allow them to vote is O.K. with me"
It's your scenario. Why so vague now? LMFAO!
"Why would they be as that would violate their rights"
What rights? Didn't the lose the majority of those given their felony conviction? That life, liberty and pursuit of happiness went out the window.
You've successfully typed absolutely nothing of substance.
"Easy, read what I posted, below is a list from States, which has exceptions where felons will not be eligible to be re-enfranchised."
I read it. And that is to be expected for serious felons considering they lose the most rights through a lengthy sentence.
"Dead people and felons."
Dead people are physically incapable of casting a vote. And some felons can be re-enfranchised.
Any other purging of voters or disenfranchising certain groups would likely be challenged by a court or the DOJ.