It's About Time: "The Feds Have Struck Down Texas Voter-Photo ID Requirements"

Started Aug 31, 2012 | Discussions thread
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Re: "Good compromise eh? ".(Would Be An Excellent Compromise Requirement ..)
In reply to lylejk, Aug 31, 2012

Example, including for those "blacks" and others that were born in the USA and have voted for decades; but, due to poor record keeping in the 1800s and early part of the 1900s, in fact very often don't even have a birth certificate on file anywhere. And, lets not forget that a lot of those births were delivered by "midwives" or for a lot of blacks by simply someone that was knowledgeable enough to assist in the delivery.

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lylejk wrote:

Here's a simple solution. No valid photo-ID, then you need to show some non-picture identification as well as place a fingerprint on your ballet. Those then can be scanned in the national registry of course. Multiple identical fingerprints would then be flagged. Nothing wrong with seeing if these finger prints match any criminal activity either. Good compromise eh?

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