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Wednesday, December 28, 2011

Keeping Students From The Polls

Next fall, thousands of students on college campuses will attempt to register to vote and be turned away. Sorry, they will hear, you have an out-of-state driver’s license. Sorry, your college ID is not valid here. Sorry, we found out that you paid out-of-state tuition, so even though you do have a state driver’s license, you still can’t vote.



Anonymous said...

Again the liberal NY Times spreading more liberal B.S. You have to have I.D. for every thing nowadays, why shouldnt you have to have it to vote. Oh thats right, it will make it harder to commit fraud and harder for agencies like Acorn to have dead people vote

Anonymous said...

Quashing the Ron Paul vote ANY WAY POSSIBLE!
Dr. Ron Paul 2012!! Vote!

Anonymous said...

If your college aged children are home on break, encourage them to register and learn how to vote via absentee ballot.

Anonymous said...

Duh, you can vote if you are a student. Get an absentee ballot. Student populations should be counted where their main home is. If the elderly can take the time to fill out a form, so can some abled-bodied kid smart enough to go to college.

Anonymous said...

it'll never happen! WHY, because they'll never get checked that closely.