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Do You Have An ID To Buy Cereal? (Voter Fraud)

Frumpy thinks you need one for that.

To backtrack, the guy in the white house says voter fraud happens when people go to vote, then go to their cars, change clothes and put on hats, then return to the polls minutes later to vote again. He says everyone should have an ID to vote, and that you even need an ID to buy cereal at the grocery store, so why not to vote?


This guy is so out of touch, which we know. And if those maga assholes think he's in touch with their $18K/yr take-home pay and that he's on their side, they are even more ignorant than I thought. And ignorant means lacking information. They've been bamboozled by a snake oil salesman despite mounting evidence.

There is a thing called Confirmation Bias. It's when people only seek out that which supports their notion, even if other information exists. Moreover, one can get into cognitive dissonance, where even when you hear opposing evidence to your notion, you say "Nope, I don't know about that, this is still true". It's like if the sky was raining literal blood, and someone is covered in red DNA, and they say, "I'm wet, so it's just rain, nothing else." It is purposeful ignorance, which just makes one stupid.

I better go get my driver's license, I need to walk to the bodega to get some Apple Jacks and Honey Nut Cherrios.

PS I'm waiting to see how Sarah "I Want My Own Golden Corral" Sanders spins this in the next press conference, or that he "misspoke".

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Reply #1 posted 11/15/18 9:03am

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Yeah perhaps he thinks we need stricter ID’s to buy cereal to thwart the epidemic of gluten allergies. Be cool if he thought we needed stricter oversight to own and buy guns.
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Reply #2 posted 11/15/18 9:10am

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Why is this so strange? I don't know exactly how the American system works, but in my country when elections are coming, everybody recieves a voter card with your name on it. You bring that card with you when you vote and show your ID.
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Reply #3 posted 11/15/18 9:13am

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NorthC said:

Why is this so strange? I don't know exactly how the American system works, but in my country when elections are coming, everybody recieves a voter card with your name on it. You bring that card with you when you vote and show your ID.



That's a whole separate issue.

The point HERE is that our president has said twice that Americans need a picture ID to buy groceries.

We don't.

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Reply #4 posted 11/15/18 9:20am

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RodeoSchro said:

NorthC said:

Why is this so strange? I don't know exactly how the American system works, but in my country when elections are coming, everybody recieves a voter card with your name on it. You bring that card with you when you vote and show your ID.


That's a whole separate issue.

The point HERE is that our president has said twice that Americans need a picture ID to buy groceries.

We don't.


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Reply #5 posted 11/15/18 9:25am

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TrivialPursuit said:

Frumpy thinks you need one for that.

To backtrack, the guy in the white house says voter fraud happens when people go to vote, then go to their cars, change clothes and put on hats, then return to the polls minutes later to vote again. He says everyone should have an ID to vote, and that you even need an ID to buy cereal at the grocery store, so why not to vote?

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Is that definitely what he's saying? I thought he was alluding to the idiom that someone got their credential (e.g. their qualification) 'off a cereal box' - in this case, their voter ID.

He's wrong, either way, of course, but still.....

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Reply #6 posted 11/15/18 9:34am

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Ah, scratch the above. I get the sense of it now. It's such an odd statement, I thought maybe he was actually spinning a racist yarn to his base, rather than being hopelessly out of touch with the modern world. But, alas, it seems it's the latter!

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Reply #7 posted 11/15/18 9:37am

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NorthC said:

Why is this so strange? I don't know exactly how the American system works, but in my country when elections are coming, everybody recieves a voter card with your name on it. You bring that card with you when you vote and show your ID.

Same in Canada and it seems to work fine here.

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Reply #8 posted 11/15/18 11:31am

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deebee said:

Ah, scratch the above. I get the sense of it now. It's such an odd statement, I thought maybe he was actually spinning a racist yarn to his base, rather than being hopelessly out of touch with the modern world. But, alas, it seems it's the latter!


I think it may be both wink

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Reply #9 posted 11/15/18 2:13pm

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deebee said:

Ah, scratch the above. I get the sense of it now. It's such an odd statement, I thought maybe he was actually spinning a racist yarn to his base, rather than being hopelessly out of touch with the modern world. But, alas, it seems it's the latter!


I think it may be both wink

Could be. He does have a weird hang-up about groceries and ID, though. lol

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Reply #10 posted 11/15/18 3:44pm

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NorthC said:


Why is this so strange? I don't know exactly how the American system works, but in my country when elections are coming, everybody recieves a voter card with your name on it. You bring that card with you when you vote and show your ID.

Same in Canada and it seems to work fine here.


That would work just fine here, but Democrats balk at the idea and say it's racist (shocker) and would cause voter suppression. They want us to believe people can't handle getting an I.D. Of course, it's bullshit. They want to be able to pull the shit that is currently going on in some states.
How dare you bring logic into this situation. lol
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Empress said:

NorthC said:

Why is this so strange? I don't know exactly how the American system works, but in my country when elections are coming, everybody recieves a voter card with your name on it. You bring that card with you when you vote and show your ID.

Same in Canada and it seems to work fine here.


I don't have a problem with voter IDs. The problem is if instituted, Republicans would make it very difficult for certain qualified people to get them.

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Reply #12 posted 11/15/18 4:26pm

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Empress said:



NorthC said:


Why is this so strange? I don't know exactly how the American system works, but in my country when elections are coming, everybody recieves a voter card with your name on it. You bring that card with you when you vote and show your ID.

Same in Canada and it seems to work fine here.


That would work just fine here, but Democrats balk at the idea and say it's racist (shocker) and would cause voter suppression. They want us to believe people can't handle getting an I.D. Of course, it's bullshit. They want to be able to pull the shit that is currently going on in some states.
How dare you bring logic into this situation. lol


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Reply #13 posted 11/15/18 4:31pm

E319

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Empress said:




NorthC said:


Why is this so strange? I don't know exactly how the American system works, but in my country when elections are coming, everybody recieves a voter card with your name on it. You bring that card with you when you vote and show your ID.

Same in Canada and it seems to work fine here.




I don't have a problem with voter IDs. The problem is if instituted, Republicans would make it very difficult for certain qualified people to get them.



If instituted??? I live in Florida and I have always had to show my voter’s registration card along with my driver’s license which has my photo on it to verify it’s me voting. I’m very Republican now but used to be a Democrat and to me showing a government issued photo I.D. To vote has always been a common sense procedure regardless of my political views.
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Reply #14 posted 11/15/18 4:37pm

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Empress said:

Same in Canada and it seems to work fine here.

That would work just fine here, but Democrats balk at the idea and say it's racist (shocker) and would cause voter suppression. They want us to believe people can't handle getting an I.D. Of course, it's bullshit. They want to be able to pull the shit that is currently going on in some states. How dare you bring logic into this situation. lol

It's not bullshit. Pay attention.

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Reply #15 posted 11/15/18 4:41pm

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Camileyun said:


Empress said:


Same in Canada and it seems to work fine here.



That would work just fine here, but Democrats balk at the idea and say it's racist (shocker) and would cause voter suppression. They want us to believe people can't handle getting an I.D. Of course, it's bullshit. They want to be able to pull the shit that is currently going on in some states. How dare you bring logic into this situation. lol

It's not bullshit. Pay attention.



How so?
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Reply #16 posted 11/15/18 4:42pm

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deebee said:

Ah, scratch the above. I get the sense of it now. It's such an odd statement, I thought maybe he was actually spinning a racist yarn to his base, rather than being hopelessly out of touch with the modern world. But, alas, it seems it's the latter!


I think it may be both ;)


Since we're talking about nonsense how about this spin - Orangetrash is talking about a credit card as an ID, AND a food stamp card as his racist idea of an ID (even though caucasians receive them more than minorites).

Of course, there is the possibility that he thinks you have to present an ID when you pay cash for FRUIT LOOPS! nuts

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Reply #17 posted 11/15/18 4:47pm

13cjk13

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13cjk13 said:

It's not bullshit. Pay attention.

How so?

Do some real research on voter supression in predominantly African American areas. It's real and it's happening currently in this election. Your corrupt, nasty right wing brethren have been making it happen for years. We even have the deplorable Cindy Hyde-Smith talking about it as we speak. A role model of yours? lol

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Reply #18 posted 11/15/18 4:47pm

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DiminutiveRocker said:


I think it may be both ;)


Since we're talking about nonsense how about this spin - Orangetrash is talking about a credit card as an ID, AND a food stamp card as his racist idea of an ID (even though caucasians receive them more than minorites).

Of course, there is the possibility that he thinks you have to present an ID when you pay cash for FRUIT LOOPS! nuts

Or Honey Combovers. lol

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Reply #19 posted 11/15/18 4:49pm

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13cjk13 said:

poppys said:


Since we're talking about nonsense how about this spin - Orangetrash is talking about a credit card as an ID, AND a food stamp card as his racist idea of an ID (even though caucasians receive them more than minorites).

Of course, there is the possibility that he thinks you have to present an ID when you pay cash for FRUIT LOOPS! nuts

Or Honey Combovers. lol




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Reply #20 posted 11/15/18 4:51pm

Camileyun

13cjk13 said:



Camileyun said:


13cjk13 said:


It's not bullshit. Pay attention.



How so?

Do some real research on voter supression in predominantly African American areas. It's real and it's happening currently in this election. Your corrupt, nasty right wing brethren have been making it happen for years. We even have the deplorable Cindy Hyde-Smith talking about it as we speak. A role model of yours? lol


Voter suppression could be solved with voter IDs. It is insulting to believe any one in this country cannot manage to obtain an I.D., regardless of race. THAT is voter suppression right there. Wake up and stop buying the b.s. from people.
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Reply #21 posted 11/15/18 4:55pm

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Empress said:




NorthC said:


Why is this so strange? I don't know exactly how the American system works, but in my country when elections are coming, everybody recieves a voter card with your name on it. You bring that card with you when you vote and show your ID.

Same in Canada and it seems to work fine here.




I don't have a problem with voter IDs. The problem is if instituted, Republicans would make it very difficult for certain qualified people to get them.


Any voter ID system would have to have checks and balances. Ask Canada how they do it.
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Reply #22 posted 11/15/18 4:58pm

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poppys said:


Since we're talking about nonsense how about this spin - Orangetrash is talking about a credit card as an ID, AND a food stamp card as his racist idea of an ID (even though caucasians receive them more than minorites).

Of course, there is the possibility that he thinks you have to present an ID when you pay cash for FRUIT LOOPS! nuts


Or Honey Combovers. lol

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Reply #23 posted 11/15/18 5:09pm

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"And I’ve seen it, I’ve had friends talk about it when people get in line that have absolutely no right to vote and they go around in circles. Sometimes they go to their car, put on a different hat, put on a different shirt, come in and vote again. Nobody takes anything. It’s really a disgrace what’s going on.
The disgrace is that, voter ID. If you buy, you know, a box of cereal, if you do anything, you have a voter ID."

The genius literally vomited this bile.

"If we had had confidence the president clearly did not commit a crime, we would have said so."
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13cjk13 said:

"And I’ve seen it, I’ve had friends talk about it when people get in line that have absolutely no right to vote and they go around in circles. Sometimes they go to their car, put on a different hat, put on a different shirt, come in and vote again. Nobody takes anything. It’s really a disgrace what’s going on.
The disgrace is that, voter ID. If you buy, you know, a box of cereal, if you do anything, you have a voter ID."

The genius literally vomited this bile.


AND he said it twice, two different situations.


President Trump on Wednesday claimed in an interview with The Daily Caller that Republicans don’t win elections in some cases because of “potentially illegal votes,” and claimed that people vote multiple times by changing their clothes and then “come in and vote again.” Trump provided no evidence to back his claims.
Trump also pushed for voter ID laws to prevent illegal voting.

“If you buy a box of cereal — you have a voter ID,” Trump falsely claimed in the interview. “They try to shame everybody by calling them racist, or calling them something, anything they can think of, when you say you want voter ID. But voter ID is a very important thing.”

Trump made a similar claim in July while advocating for voter ID laws.

“You know if you go out and you want to buy groceries, you need a picture on a card,” Trump said at a campaign rally in Florida in support of Rep. Ron DeSantis’s (R-Fla.) gubernatorial bid. “You need ID.”

“You go out and you want to buy anything, you need ID and you need your picture,” he continued. “In this country the only time you don’t need it, in many cases, is when you want to vote.”

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Reply #25 posted 11/15/18 5:32pm

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i wonder what the cashier's reaction would be if I flipped out an ID and shoved it in their face as they scanned my cereal?

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If instituted??? I live in Florida and I have always had to show my voter’s registration card along with my driver’s license which has my photo on it to verify it’s me voting. I’m very Republican now but used to be a Democrat and to me showing a government issued photo I.D. To vote has always been a common sense procedure regardless of my political views.


Why all the question marks? A voter registration card is not required to vote in many areas. And isn't that what we're talking bout here? Making having one mandatory?

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Camileyun said:


sexton said:


I don't have a problem with voter IDs. The problem is if instituted, Republicans would make it very difficult for certain qualified people to get them.

Any voter ID system would have to have checks and balances. Ask Canada how they do it.


When I ask Canada, I'll also ask what checks and balances they use to keep their mass shootings down. I'm sure that system will work in the states too.

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Reply #28 posted 11/15/18 7:12pm

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Camileyun said:


Any voter ID system would have to have checks and balances. Ask Canada how they do it.


When I ask Canada, I'll also ask what checks and balances they use to keep their mass shootings
down. I'm sure that system will work in the states too.


Perfect shot! Thank you.

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Reply #29 posted 11/15/18 7:32pm

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sexton said:




Camileyun said:



Any voter ID system would have to have checks and balances. Ask Canada how they do it.


When I ask Canada, I'll also ask what checks and balances they use to keep their mass shootings
down. I'm sure that system will work in the states too.




Perfect shot! Thank you.


Yeah, great shot...except that Canada has their share of violent crime, gang violence and mass shootings. And their population for the entire country is less than the population of California. I did not mean for YOU to ask Canada. Wtf
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