- Jun 8, 2005
Voting is a right. Every citizen has a right to vote. If it is made too tedious, we are taking away the rights of our citizens. Take the right of arms for example. If we make everyone wait 10 years and pay huge fees for the right to own a weapon, we would be seriously hampering the rights of law abiding citizens to own small arms.Originally posted by: ProfJohn
Then don't vote. If you don't have enough time to get a valid ID then you don't have enought time to look over the issues either.Originally posted by: Hacp
The question is not price, its time. Some people don't have the patience to waste X amount of time.Originally posted by: CADsortaGUY
To hacp and jhhnn -
In Michigan.seniors, the disabled and the poor may obtain photo ID from the secretary of state's office for free.
"Undue burden".... :roll:
People in Afghanistan and Iraq are risking their lives to vote and Americans can't spare a few hours to get an ID so they can vote? How pathetic of an arguement that is.