• February 26, 2017

Voting changes affect 93-year-old man

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  • nulisecundus posted at 8:08 pm on Mon, Jul 1, 2013.

    nulisecundus Posts: 660

    [smile]totally agree!

  • nulisecundus posted at 8:07 pm on Mon, Jul 1, 2013.

    nulisecundus Posts: 660

    [beam]this is BS, so he has been living in the US and sucking up with no ID if he is that stupid he should not vote!

  • NatGLee posted at 7:57 pm on Sun, Jun 30, 2013.

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    I can not believe that in 94 years this man has never had a drivers license or social security card or military id card. It just doesn't make sense to me. My dad was 87 when he passed 4 years ago and when he turned in his drivers license (voluntarily at about 80), he got a Texas photo ID card. I just think that having some kind of photo id in this day and age is important for so many other things than "just" voting. How did he ever cash a check? Or rent a car? Or pass through security to fly in an airplane? I just do not believe that asking people to prove that they are who they say they are to vote is a wrong thing to do.