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fairmon said...

yep, crapping in pants is one of the terrible symptoms. No worries, we have a czar for two active cases and to cover for the HHS department head that can't handle that part of the job.

October 23, 2014 at 5:12 a.m.
fairmon said...

inqmind...better to remain silent and appear ignorant than to open your mouth and remove all doubt.

October 22, 2014 at 12:14 p.m.
fairmon said...

Luther took his last breath peacefully on Monday morning at 6 a.m., the exact time he signed on the airwaves every morning for more than seven decades. He signed on at a different location but with the same message of love and caring.

He spread his Christian values by being an example of the way people should live their lives.

October 22, 2014 at 4:58 a.m.
fairmon said...

SURPRISE, SURPRISE, unions act like thugs, who would have thought it? Do VW employees need the UAW or does the UAW need VW employees? Who would benefit most?

October 22, 2014 at 4:37 a.m.
fairmon said...

ibshame said...

Like I said the day some old fart walks up in my face to challenge my right to vote or any member of my family that happens to be with me is the day I go to jail.

Poll workers are volunteers and there to see that voting happens the way it is supposed to and in private. Your reaction could and should land you in jail if you get physical with them or if you interfere with others voting.

I think they were fighting to protect freedom which includes life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness. I doubt any one of them if asked what they were fighting for would respond with in order for people to vote.

October 20, 2014 at 11:21 p.m.
fairmon said...

alprova said....Trust is still the way the game will be played.

Every effort should be made to assure those that are trustworthy are rewarded by every other voter being trustworthy as well. I assume you are not aware of anyone having the voter registration card and social security card of someone they know, perhaps even having POA, and voting in their stead?

It isn't often enough to change a national election result but it should not happen. The number of deceased still on voter rolls is disturbing, the number that moved to another state still on rolls and the required card etc. to vote left with someone from whence they left. Of course they can register to vote in the new location.

The only point is in today's world requiring a picture ID is reasonable. Of course the day will come where your eyes will be the key to opening the door to vote and do many other things to verify identity.

October 20, 2014 at 10:19 a.m.
fairmon said...

alprova said... The day when there is absolutely no trust left, is the day this world should come to an end.

In God we trust, all others we audit. Trust has led to some of the biggest cons and abuses of authority in history. Trusting your spouse, friends or family is not the same as trusting the public at large. I don't know you and would not trust you as far as I could throw a car. When people start a conversation with "I will not lie to you" or "you can trust me" my suspicion level rises rapidly. I bet you lock all doors, own a gun and probably have or have had an alarm system? What level of trust does that indicate? Will you accept a promise to pay or do you require a contract if you sell something on credit?

October 20, 2014 at 1 a.m.
fairmon said...

There are instances where someone votes for someone else on the voter list. There are examples of dead people still being on the eligible voters list. There was a 60 minute special where people could register to vote with no check for eligibility or identification.

October 20, 2014 at 12:47 a.m.
fairmon said...

"Democrats, liberals are against photo ID because they consider it a republican initiative the same way republicans have a knee jerk reaction to democrats initiatives."

alprova said...Such as? I know of no Democratic initiative that could begin to be considered an act of voter suppression.

The reaction by both parties is not limited to the voter ID issue. It is almost automatic that when one proposes the other opposes.

October 20, 2014 at 12:44 a.m.
fairmon said...

alprova said...

Fairmon asked: "Why?"

Well, let's start with the 15th Amendment to the United States Constitution, which reads as follows;

"The right of citizens of the United States to vote shall not be denied or abridged by the United States or by any State on account of race, color, or previous condition of servitude."

Now, keeping that Amendment in mind, try and understand that while there are all you purists running around believing that the Constitution is not an evolving document and that it should be honored as it was written and amended, there is a wee bit of hypocrisy to note.

There is nothing in the amendment violated by requiring a photo ID. You and others keep leaping to the conclusion it impedes by race, color or having been in servitude (a slave). It does not and anyone that desires to vote can obtain a qualifying photo ID.

Do you really think requiring a photo ID will change the results of a single national election in the entire U.S.? The chances of that are essentially nil. It may deter someone from attempting to vote that is not eligible or from those few that vote for someone else.

Democrats, liberals are against photo ID because they consider it a republican initiative the same way republicans have a knee jerk reaction to democrats initiatives. Frankly I don't give a damn if photo ID's are required or not. Those in office have more critical issues they should be reconciling but they like busy work with low consequences. There is a tax (penalty) for not buying healthcare insurance, should there be a tax (penalty) for failure to vote?

October 19, 2014 at 8:05 p.m.
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