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So, our founding fathers didn't mention Photo iD's when drawing up the constitution. Wonder if it may have been due to...cameras  not being invented yet? Nor did they say any Tom, Dick and Harry could have a gun, and stockpile them, and own killing machines and hallow-point bullets and plastic guns either; and specifically said for militia use.  But then again, you and Cons argue that every day.  Right???


"FAKE 45 #illegitimate" read a sign at the Woman's March in Washington DC, January 21, 2017.
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So, our founding fathers didn't mention Photo iD's when drawing up the constitution. Wonder if it may have been due to...cameras  not being invented yet? Of course, they could have had portrait artists draw a pic of each citizen.


The "founding fathers" didn't mention photo id when buying a gun either so I take it the left is suggesting the same (no photo id) for both voting and purchase of guns?  The problem appears to be that "when you take it", you're usually wrong. Give it some thought.


 


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At his Tampa rally, President Trump, tribune of the common man, noted that “If you go out and you want to buy groceries, you need a picture on a card, you need ID.” His unfamiliarity with modern retail procedures notwithstanding, Trump was attempting to argue that everyone who votes should have to show a photo ID. @gruffstuff.......Guess this could be like Hillary's lack of knowledge about computers, servers and security.....AND that a hammer is not a good instrument to use on a server.


The right to "keep and bear arms."...........is mentioned - ONCE - in the US Constitution

 

The Right to Vote is Mentioned 5 Times in the US Constitution

 

Not once does the US Constitution Mention - A Photo ID or any kind of ID must be presented to Vote

 

As far as Trumps Unfamiliarity - how many times are you going to use that excuse

 

Its used to justify his lack of familiarity with US History - World History - US Law - Presidential Powers - Congressional Authority - who can forget the - "Who Knew Healthcare Was This Hard" -

 

These are not examples of Unfamiliarity this is Common Everyday - Stupidity & Incompetence

 

Demonstrating Once Again - Trump is unfit for the job of President

 

 

 

 


So, our founding fathers didn't mention Photo iD's when drawing up the constitution. Wonder if it may have been due to...cameras  not being invented yet? Of course, they could have had portrait artists draw a pic of each citizen.


The "founding fathers" didn't mention photo id when buying a gun either so I take it the left is suggesting the same (no photo id) for both voting and purchase of guns?

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@fangoh45 wrote:

@mickstuder wrote:

@Soosie wrote:
At his Tampa rally, President Trump, tribune of the common man, noted that “If you go out and you want to buy groceries, you need a picture on a card, you need ID.” His unfamiliarity with modern retail procedures notwithstanding, Trump was attempting to argue that everyone who votes should have to show a photo ID. @gruffstuff.......Guess this could be like Hillary's lack of knowledge about computers, servers and security.....AND that a hammer is not a good instrument to use on a server.


The right to "keep and bear arms."...........is mentioned - ONCE - in the US Constitution

 

The Right to Vote is Mentioned 5 Times in the US Constitution

 

Not once does the US Constitution Mention - A Photo ID or any kind of ID must be presented to Vote

 

As far as Trumps Unfamiliarity - how many times are you going to use that excuse

 

Its used to justify his lack of familiarity with US History - World History - US Law - Presidential Powers - Congressional Authority - who can forget the - "Who Knew Healthcare Was This Hard" -

 

These are not examples of Unfamiliarity this is Common Everyday - Stupidity & Incompetence

 

Demonstrating Once Again - Trump is unfit for the job of President

 

 

 

 


So, our founding fathers didn't mention Photo iD's when drawing up the constitution. Wonder if it may have been due to...cameras  not being invented yet? Of course, they could have had portrait artists draw a pic of each citizen.


by your logic only muzle loaders should be legal to own.

So it begins.
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@mickstuder wrote:

@Soosie wrote:
At his Tampa rally, President Trump, tribune of the common man, noted that “If you go out and you want to buy groceries, you need a picture on a card, you need ID.” His unfamiliarity with modern retail procedures notwithstanding, Trump was attempting to argue that everyone who votes should have to show a photo ID. @gruffstuff.......Guess this could be like Hillary's lack of knowledge about computers, servers and security.....AND that a hammer is not a good instrument to use on a server.


The right to "keep and bear arms."...........is mentioned - ONCE - in the US Constitution

 

The Right to Vote is Mentioned 5 Times in the US Constitution

 

Not once does the US Constitution Mention - A Photo ID or any kind of ID must be presented to Vote

 

As far as Trumps Unfamiliarity - how many times are you going to use that excuse

 

Its used to justify his lack of familiarity with US History - World History - US Law - Presidential Powers - Congressional Authority - who can forget the - "Who Knew Healthcare Was This Hard" -

 

These are not examples of Unfamiliarity this is Common Everyday - Stupidity & Incompetence

 

Demonstrating Once Again - Trump is unfit for the job of President

 

 

 

 


So, our founding fathers didn't mention Photo iD's when drawing up the constitution. Wonder if it may have been due to...cameras  not being invented yet? Of course, they could have had portrait artists draw a pic of each citizen.

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@mickstuder wrote:

@Soosie wrote:
At his Tampa rally, President Trump, tribune of the common man, noted that “If you go out and you want to buy groceries, you need a picture on a card, you need ID.” His unfamiliarity with modern retail procedures notwithstanding, Trump was attempting to argue that everyone who votes should have to show a photo ID. @gruffstuff.......Guess this could be like Hillary's lack of knowledge about computers, servers and security.....AND that a hammer is not a good instrument to use on a server.


The right to "keep and bear arms."...........is mentioned - ONCE - in the US Constitution

 

The Right to Vote is Mentioned 5 Times in the US Constitution

 

Not once does the US Constitution Mention - A Photo ID or any kind of ID must be presented to Vote

 


No it doesn't mention that you need an id to vote but it is understood that to vote in federal elections, it is required to be a citizen and id is one way to document that. The Second amendment also doesn't say what kind of guns we have the right to bear but local/state laws make that clearer!

 

Do you want illegal aliens choosing your next President? Libs think YES!


Just sayin' your attempt to compare the second amendment with the right to vote makes no sense.  

 

Based on the fact that there is almost zero in person voter fraud, I would say the Republicans have a "alternative" reason for asking to interfere with the right to vote.  Like they did with poll taxes and education requirements.  They love to stop people from voting. 


Conservatives love to stop people who are dead or illegal aliens from voting. Liberals love dead people and illegal aliens and they solicit their votes.

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@NOTHAPPENING wrote:

@mickstuder wrote:

@Soosie wrote:
At his Tampa rally, President Trump, tribune of the common man, noted that “If you go out and you want to buy groceries, you need a picture on a card, you need ID.” His unfamiliarity with modern retail procedures notwithstanding, Trump was attempting to argue that everyone who votes should have to show a photo ID. @gruffstuff.......Guess this could be like Hillary's lack of knowledge about computers, servers and security.....AND that a hammer is not a good instrument to use on a server.


The right to "keep and bear arms."...........is mentioned - ONCE - in the US Constitution

 

The Right to Vote is Mentioned 5 Times in the US Constitution

 

Not once does the US Constitution Mention - A Photo ID or any kind of ID must be presented to Vote

 


No it doesn't mention that you need an id to vote but it is understood that to vote in federal elections, it is required to be a citizen and id is one way to document that. The Second amendment also doesn't say what kind of guns we have the right to bear but local/state laws make that clearer!

 

Do you want illegal aliens choosing your next President? Libs think YES!


Just sayin' your attempt to compare the second amendment with the right to vote makes no sense.  

 

Based on the fact that there is almost zero in person voter fraud, I would say the Republicans have a "alternative" reason for asking to interfere with the right to vote.  Like they did with poll taxes and education requirements.  They love to stop people from voting. 

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@mickstuder wrote:

@Soosie wrote:
At his Tampa rally, President Trump, tribune of the common man, noted that “If you go out and you want to buy groceries, you need a picture on a card, you need ID.” His unfamiliarity with modern retail procedures notwithstanding, Trump was attempting to argue that everyone who votes should have to show a photo ID. @gruffstuff.......Guess this could be like Hillary's lack of knowledge about computers, servers and security.....AND that a hammer is not a good instrument to use on a server.


The right to "keep and bear arms."...........is mentioned - ONCE - in the US Constitution

 

The Right to Vote is Mentioned 5 Times in the US Constitution

 

Not once does the US Constitution Mention - A Photo ID or any kind of ID must be presented to Vote

 


No it doesn't mention that you need an id to vote but it is understood that to vote in federal elections, it is required to be a citizen and id is one way to document that. The Second amendment also doesn't say what kind of guns we have the right to bear but local/state laws make that clearer!

 

Do you want illegal aliens choosing your next President? Libs think YES!

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At his Tampa rally, President Trump, tribune of the common man, noted that “If you go out and you want to buy groceries, you need a picture on a card, you need ID.” His unfamiliarity with modern retail procedures notwithstanding, Trump was attempting to argue that everyone who votes should have to show a photo ID. @gruffstuff.......Guess this could be like Hillary's lack of knowledge about computers, servers and security.....AND that a hammer is not a good instrument to use on a server.


The right to "keep and bear arms."...........is mentioned - ONCE - in the US Constitution

 

The Right to Vote is Mentioned 5 Times in the US Constitution

 

Not once does the US Constitution Mention - A Photo ID or any kind of ID must be presented to Vote

 

As far as Trumps Unfamiliarity - how many times are you going to use that excuse

 

Its used to justify his lack of familiarity with US History - World History - US Law - Presidential Powers - Congressional Authority - who can forget the - "Who Knew Healthcare Was This Hard" -

 

These are not examples of Unfamiliarity this is Common Everyday - Stupidity & Incompetence

 

Demonstrating Once Again - Trump is unfit for the job of President

 

 

 

 

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At his Tampa rally, President Trump, tribune of the common man, noted that “If you go out and you want to buy groceries, you need a picture on a card, you need ID.” His unfamiliarity with modern retail procedures notwithstanding, Trump was attempting to argue that everyone who votes should have to show a photo ID. @gruffstuff.......Guess this could be like Hillary's lack of knowledge about computers, servers and security.....AND that a hammer is not a good instrument to use on a server.

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