Dead men don’t talk but they apparently do vote.
This is a bizarre idea. Liberal, conservative, libertarian, whatever, shouldn’t one have to be a citizen to vote in elections?
This is something I think anyone who is fed up with the 2 party system can get behind. I certainly could. The only people who would possibly object to this idea are the hacks in power who feel like they’ve “paid their dues” in the party systems.
I’d vote “none of the above” pretty much every time on a statewide and national level. I’ll bet many many others would too. (That of course is what the parties are afraid of.)
There should be sponsors for similar legislation in every state.
Yeah, why should one have to register to vote? I mean it’s such a burden. Why should anyone make any effort whatsoever? Why should people only be able to vote once either?
If we are going to do this voting thing at all I think registering is OK. Heck, I think a picture ID is perfectly reasonable. On the other hand I think there is a good case for checking out all together. Just not a GOOD ENOUGH case.
He is a parliamentary candidate from the Ukrainian Internet Party. I say at least we know where this guy is coming from. Better the dark Jedi you know than the dark Jedi you don’t right?
Look, if one is going to engage in the “democratic process” – and believe it or not I think there is a great case for not voting which I won’t go into – why is it such a big deal to furnish an ID when it comes time to vote for our elected representatives? The Democrats (and as we often say the GOP has plenty of problems of its own) are freaking out all over the country over the issue of voter IDs,
In this clip, Detroit city councilwoman Joanne Watson explains that since the Motor City voted for the president she expects some “bacon” from Washington.
“There ought to be a quid pro quo.”
I just voted.
Interesting breakdown of who actually goes to the polls in the United States.