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Re: USA added to list of persecuted Christians
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I guess if "President" is a sexual orientation or an ethnicity you would have a case. But it's not. So you don't. What a surprise that you lack even a basic understanding of the issue you're arguing about.

Posted on: 1/11 15:31
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Re: USA added to list of persecuted Christians
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One reason why the USA is on this list. Did same sex activists say same sex marriage would not harm anyone?

http://www.cnn.com/2015/02/20/living/stutzman-florist-gay/

Their gay marriage did not harm anyone. The florist harmed themselves by refusing service to someone based on their sexual orientation. That's like saying a bully that got suspended for punching someone is being persecuted for his beliefs that he should be able to punch people.

Posted on: 1/11 12:16
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Re: USA added to list of persecuted Christians
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I'm surprised that first number isn't higher. I swear, Evangelicals and Yvonne are the biggest whiners on the planet. Dishing out hate at every opportunity and then play the victim when people tell them to shut up.

Posted on: 1/10 16:18
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Re: USA added to list of persecuted Christians
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An international group that list the Hall of Shame of countries that persecute Christians has added the USA to the Hall of Shame list for the first time.
http://www.persecution.org/persecutio ... 20of%20Shame%20Report.pdf
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This report is a joke
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On June 11, 2016, Omar Mateen, a US-based radical Muslim, attacked a gay nightclub in Orlando, killing 49 and injuring 53 more. In a call to 911, he clearly laid out his motivation. The attack was driven by his allegiance to ISIS and desire for retribution for attacks on ISIS. Incredibly, after the attack, numerous high profile media outlets blamed the attacks on what they perceive as the antiLGBTQ atmosphere that Christians have created.

In short, Christians in the US are facing constant attacks in the media, where they are portrayed as bigoted, racist, sexist, and closeminded. The characterization in the media may be translating into direct attacks as well. The First Liberty Institute, the largest legal organization in the US dedicated exclusively to protecting religious freedom, documents such actions and reports that attacks on religion doubled between 2012 and 2015.

More importantly, Christians and all religious people are being marginalized through the law. From the case of a Christian football coach suspended for praying at the 50-yard line, to Christian business owners forced to pay a $135,000 fine for declining to bake a cake for a same-sex wedding, the number of troubling cases directed towards Christians has exploded.

In 2011, InterVarsity Christian Fellowship lost their official recognition as a student organization in all of their respective chapters across 23 California public colleges. This occurred because the Christian organization required their respective leaders to uphold a doctrinal statement of Biblical principles, which allegedly conflicted with California State universities’ policies. After four years of embattled negotiations, InterVarsity regained their official recognition in June 2015.

In 2014, Eric Walsh was terminated one week after being hired by the Georgia Department of Public Health (DPH). The basis of termination was alleged undisclosed income from prior employment in California. However, the Georgia DPH knew that Walsh was a Christian preacher outside of work and went to great lengths to review and investigate the content of his sermons posted on YouTube. Georgia officials have even requested copies of Walsh’s sermons, despite prior statements that the termination had nothing to do with his religious views or affiliations. Walsh is currently suing the Georgia DPH for wrongful termination and religious discrimination.

The rise of these cases stems partly from a broad cultural shift towards secularism. The Pew Foundation found that those identifying as non-religious in the US rose by seven percent, to 23 percent of the total US adult population within just seven years (2007 to 2014).

Anti-Christian entities have been able to leverage the growing secularization of society and culture to their advantage, utilizing the courts as a preferred venue to gradually marginalize and silence Christians. Using the cudgel of “equality,” secular forces in and out of the courts have worked to create a body of law built from one bad precedent after another. Claims of intolerance and inequality are used to fundamentally distort the clear intent of the First Amendment.

The Founders carefully and deliberately placed religious freedom as the first liberty because it encompasses several fundamental rights including thought, speech, expression, and assembly. The First Amendment explicitly grants freedom of religion, not freedom from religion. The essential aim is to protect the right of citizens to practice religion in the public square.

Decades of accumulated poor judicial decisions and precedents have twisted the First Amendment so that the courts, in defiance of the Founders, are pushing religion out of the public square, and into the small space of private expression. In essence, the courts are deciding that you only have full religious freedom and expression in the church and your home. In the public domain, your religious views and thoughts must be restrained and controlled. This trend is extremely worrying in the country that has long held the ideal of religious liberty.

While there is no comparison between the life of a Christian in the US with persecuted believers overseas, ICC sees these worrying trends as an alarming indication of a decline in religious liberty in the United States.

wah wah wah I don't get to use public funds to promote my religious beliefs, and I don't get to discriminate against people and hide behind my religion. I'm so persecuted!

Posted on: 1/10 16:13
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Re: Trump Our New President
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Baby steps... Rebuilding trust in our allies Obama Kerry and Clinton sold out.

What does this even mean? Which of our allies have we sold out? Why do you think any of our allies would like Trump? It seems that every one of our allies thinks Trump is a buffoon, with the possible exceptions of:
Filipino President Duterte, who has admitted to murdering people and is encouraging vigilante justice and street murders against drug users while being a drug abuser himself, and who is going to give away the South China Sea to China.

Benjamin Netanyahu, who is pretty disliked around the globe, and who is currently being charged with taking bribes and with fraud (just like Trump was charged with fraud and had to settle).

Please, explain to me which of our allies Obama, Kerry, and Clinton sold out, and how you think Trump will be any better.

Posted on: 1/4 20:25
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Re: Secaucus Boy Kicked Out of Scouts Because He's Transgender (Petition)
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'Mental'? You bigot, using a term like that. Go to your safe space and learn to harness your microagressions!


You are mental - with a mind-set that you and Yvonne have, unless you are receiving medication. I'd like to know how standing up for human rights is deemed bigotry!

The pair of you can't just spew out your comments without them being rebutted.


An 8 year old girl doesn't have a 'human right' to join the Cub Scouts, which are for boys. I couldn't join Hadassah, either, because I'm neither a woman or Jewish. But if I identify as a woman and Jewish I guess you could make a case they'd have to accept me!


Both you and Yvonne have a 'caveman' mentality - Coed scouts have existed for over a decade in Canada and other western nations: Some might like to live in the past and sometimes I wish we still performed lobotomies, because I would like to nominate two from JClist to have the procedure done to.

http://wiki.scouts.ca/en/Scouting_Myths

http://www.scouts.ca/sites/default/fi ... ars-of-Co-Ed-Scouting.pdf
Coed scouts exist in the US too, run by the BSA actually:

http://www.scouting.org/scoutsource/Venturing/About/venturing.aspx

Working to organize a Venture Scout group in the kid's area (and getting the program expanded to younger ages) would probably go a lot further towards helping this child than harassing the BSA into begrudgingly letting the kid in (which isn't going to happen either way). But that would take too much effort, of course.

Posted on: 12/30 23:36
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Re: Secaucus Boy Kicked Out of Scouts Because He's Transgender (Petition)
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In about 5 years, this "boy" will have a menstrual cycle and develop breasts. "He" will be too young to have hormones or to have surgery so "he" will have the body of a young woman. I suggest serious counseling for this child.
Oddly, I agree with Yvonne on this (except the counseling thing, which implies being transgender is wrong). A child this young has not even gone through puberty yet, and children this young frequently imagine themselves to be dragons and helicopters and have imaginary friends. Think back to what you were doing when you were 8 years old, and if you would have had the mental capacity to truly understand what it means to say that you are transgender. Think about how many times you've had to scold your child because they won't even eat food, and if that's the kind of person you would trust to make this kind of important decision.

I have a feeling that this is another case of a child expressing some childlike feelings one way or another, and a parent has decided to use their child as a political prop in order to show off how progressive they are and actively encouraged the kid to live a certain lifestyle. Let's see how this kid is feeling after they go through puberty, or if they grow out of this in a year or two.

I am a very liberal guy and supportive of lgbt rights in general (hell, look through my arguments with Yvonne on gay marriage and the NC bathroom bill if you don't believe me), but this is clearly a case of a parent using their child as a tool so they can yell "hey look at me, I'm so caring and understanding!"

If you think this child should be accepted into the Boy Scouts, then why not push them to accept all girls? Which by the way, they do have a program called Venture Scouts which is available to everyone, which this child could easily join, except that the mother clearly wants to stir the pot.

This reminds me a lot of that child prodigy Republican who gave speeches all over the country. The kid just regurgitated speaking points his parents fed him, because he was a child, and is impressionable. When he grew up and got into high school he became very liberal. Children don't know what the hell they're doing. I can guarantee this is the mother just pushing her own agenda on the child.

Posted on: 12/29 9:34
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Re: Stolen-found bar sign
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got a picture of it? There's a lot of bars in the area.

Posted on: 12/23 11:23
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Re: Who is "Yvonne"? Please be respectful...
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Yvonne Balcer is a local home-owner, pothole-sitter, council meeting attendee, gay marriage doomsayer, busybody, oppressed Catholic, and parking lot advocate. She sometimes has good points on government misbehavior, but it is overshadowed by things like the time she said Candace Osborne was racist for voting to turn a city parking lot into a building.

She is the go-to person when the local news needs a quote from someone who is concerned about something.

You can also find her making her voice heard at town hall meetings.

Posted on: 12/17 15:36
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Re: 25-year tax break on tap for new Downtown Jersey City tower
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and some people wonder how Donald Trump got elected....I am sick and tired of tax abatements in areas that do not need them. Maybe tulip needs to start looking for another job done he is not standing by his pledge to end stuff abatements

I'm sick of tax abatements myself, but I wonder what you think Donald Trump would do about this? On the business side, Trump would be eating up abatements like candy. On the government side, Trump would be doling them out like candy. If you doubt me, just look at the Carrier deal. He gave millions of dollars to a company that's moving a bunch of jobs to Mexico. Trump is exactly the problem that you're complaining about.

At least this abatement includes a new public school, so we're getting something out of it.

Posted on: 12/10 11:01
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Re: Outside groups spent $600K in Jersey City school board race
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that's insane. I was wondering why there was so much campaign literature being handed out. Why so much money for the school board?

Posted on: 12/8 11:56
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Re: How teachers unions drive Jersey’s pension crisis
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the honest truth is that NJ needs to end pensions altogether, and convert current pensions into 401ks. They are unsustainable, and the public unions have negotiated outrageous deals in order to support politicians through the years. Police, teachers, office workers, everyone gets crazy pensions. At least JC ended the policy of paying for lifetime healthcare and pensions for city workers even if they didn't complete their 20 years in JC but for other cities.

Posted on: 12/4 22:12
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Re: Amazon US Post office delivery issues
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USPS is having major issues with Amazon packages right now, I had a few "2 day" packages show up on day 4 or 5.

Posted on: 12/3 22:09
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Re: Pet Shop"lift" Bar
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$5,000 to have all of the locks changed at the warehouse where his studio is located.

wtf is this about? Did the guy have a key that worked on 50 locks?

Posted on: 12/1 10:01
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Re: Trump Our New President
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At least you finally got one thing right. Trump could cure world hunger, but the legacy media would find a way to harshly criticize him for it.

Meanwhile, your article has been debunked because other countries have said that they will be moving their manufacturing to the U.S. due to Trump, creating many new American jobs. Look at these examples from Korea.

http://m.koreatimes.co.kr/phone/news/view.jsp?req_newsidx=217941

What examples? The article just says that Hyundai and others have already moved manufacturing to the US (years before Trump being elected), and then quotes some European guy saying "yeah Koreans will move more manufacturing over because of Trump."

This "article" has less substance than my urine and is proof of nothing.

Posted on: 11/30 12:28
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Re: Trump Our New President
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Guess you've had your head in the sand for the past several decades.

Back on planet Earth, the extremely "progressive" Prime Minister of Canada reacted with "deep sorrow" to the death of "Cuba's longest serving President," who was a "remarkable leader."

A very bad year for the Democrats indeed.

http://pm.gc.ca/eng/news/2016/11/26/s ... an-president-fidel-castro

I ask for examples of Fide Castro being the "favorite dictator" of Democrats and you give me Justin Trudeau. This might come as a shock to you, but the Prime Minister of Canada is not a part of the US Democratic party. Do you have anything to actually back up your claim?

Posted on: 2016/11/27 12:34
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Re: Trump Our New President
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'Best friends'? Obama has caved to Putin on just about everything, he may be Putin's best friend. He caved on the land grab, caved on missile shields, caved on Syria . . .

I think we have different definitions of "caved" because personally, I'm glad Obama hasn't gotten involved in a bunch of wars just so we can dick swing with Russia. Not like Republicans would do any differently, they'd probably just watch and then praise how manly and handsome he looked while doing it, and then get on their knees.


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What is not to believe? The socialist democrats have always spoken favorably of Fidel and his island utopia.
I think I'll need a citation on that. Democrats have just had a more realistic approach to Cuba than Republicans. Democrats have realized that normalizing relations will work better than a failed embargo that has accomplished nothing for 60 years.

Posted on: 2016/11/26 12:17
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Re: Trump Our New President
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Very bad year for the democrats... Hillary looses the election and now they've lost their most favorite totalitarian butcher, Fidel Castro.
You must live in a fantasy land if you really believe this.

And it's a really odd critique considering the Republican party is best friends with Vladimir Putin. I never have understood why Republicans (and especially Trump) are so fond of a Soviet-era ex-KGB dictator. Seems borderline treasonous.

Posted on: 2016/11/26 10:16
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Re: Uber, Lyft, and traffic
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Traffic has been bad the last week or so, but to say it's because of a surge in Uber and Lyft drivers is ridiculous. If anything it's because of additional roadwork on Newark Ave, Magnolia, and some other streets in the area. OP do you really think that such a significant number of the cars on the streets are cab drivers? Come on.

Posted on: 2016/11/22 14:02
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Re: Trump Our New President
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Not hypocrisy at all. He worked under the rules at the time. It was not his place to complain about how unjust they were towards others. His duty was to increase his profit, which he did by playing the system.

Now that he knows the system inside and out, he's in the best position to reform it. Which I believe he will.

I think you are absolutely right, and I have no doubt that he will reform the system to make even more profits for him and his family while reaming working class families.

If you think he is some benevolent guy who's going to reform the system in YOUR favor instead of HIS, then you're very naive.

I heard the same exact arguments for Hillary, that because she was so close to banks and such an insider, she would be in a good position to reform the economic system. Yeah right, what a joke.

Posted on: 2016/11/22 13:00
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Re: Bill Matsikoudis for Jersey City Mayor
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gross

Posted on: 2016/11/15 12:46
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Re: NO VOTER ID REQUIRED IN NJ! KNOW YOUR RIGHTS - Report Problems
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Disenfranchise, really? So that means people without ID do not have apartments, ID is required. They never went to the Medical Center, ID is required. They never visited a family member in intestive care, ID is required. They never visited a doctor, ID is required. They never buried a loved one, ID is required. They never returned an item to a store, ID is required. Please tell these disenfranchise people not to get married, ID is required. But most of all, do not play the lottery, ID is required for winnings.

It's obvious you don't live on the same planet as me, because this is completely false.

ID is not required to go to the ER, and most people without ID are going to the ER because they also don't have insurance (I've worked there before, I know). ID isn't required to bury a loved one. Seriously? You think someone needs ID to die? That body isn't going to just hang around til someone finds ID. You don't need ID to play the lotto. I have never once been asked for ID when turning in a ticket. ID required to return an item? What?? Home Depot asks for ID but still gives you a return if you don't have it. ID isn't even required to rent an apartment, if you find the right landlord.

The way you think life should be is not necessarily how life is, and the simple fact is that there are a lot of people out there without ID. Hell, in order to get a state ID in NY or NJ you already need two other forms of ID. It's insane.

The problem with people that push for ID voting is that they assume everyone else has the same cushy life that they do, without realizing that a lot of people don't have the time and money required to get an ID. If voter ID laws come paired with laws that make it easy, free, and fast to get an ID then fantastic. But usually it's the opposite and you have to jump through a bunch of hoops instead. Would you support a companion law that makes it easy, free, and fast to get a state ID, without needing another form of ID? If not, then it's obvious what your motives are.

Voter ID is a solution in search of a problem. Get over it.

Posted on: 2016/11/12 10:38
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Re: PLAN for LONG lines at JC polling places…..JJ article….
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I was at the Sip Ave firehouse this morning and there was a line but a large part of that was poor instructions. There was a single line out the door, but there are 6 different tables/booths for each district. So everybody is lining up for a single district, then getting inside and realizing they could just skip the line and go to their own district.

Just really poor organization and the poll workers didn't seem to care or be even a little suspicious as to why Ward B had nobody in line while ward C was out the door.

Posted on: 2016/11/8 13:42
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Re: Voting 'No' on question #2 (motor fuel tax)
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should have posted this before election day. My understanding of the question was that it would ensure the existing gas taxes can not be redirected to other funds and must be used for the transportation fund. What's this about issuing new bonds?

Posted on: 2016/11/8 10:26
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Re: Pro-casino signs coming down in Jersey City almost as fast as they go up
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"Although OUR Turn NJ suspended the paid media component of its campaign, a variety of grassroots activities are continuing to encourage a 'yes' vote,"

What a crock of shit.

Posted on: 2016/11/4 10:47
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Re: Democratic Convention
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You are so full of it, linking to Nate Silver of all people (along with the Washington Post, owned by a guy who bragged about buying the paper just to influence this election) as if that means anything.

Want some facts? Just today, the Pennsylvania State Police raided the offices of a (surprise surprise) Democratic organization for engaging in suspected voter fraud. Hopefully all responsible get arrested, and voter ID laws are passed to help thwart these fraud schemes.

http://www.thegatewaypundit.com/2016/ ... oup-evidence-voter-fraud/
"Pennsylvania state police have raided a Delaware County political field office seeking evidence of possible voter-registration fraud, according to court records."

You prove once again that you can not distinguish between voter registration fraud and voter fraud. Every single time you try to prove that voter fraud is happening on some grand scale, you instead come up short and find another article about lazy people pre-filling out registration forms.

Try again.

Posted on: 2016/11/1 20:22
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Re: Republican Convention
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We need a strong leader': Trump's popularity high among Iraqis

BAGHDAD, Iraq – Donald Trump’s favorability rating is sky-high here, where citizens are paying surprisingly close attention to the U.S. election and see the developer and political novice as the clear choice for the White House.

"Dr. Zainab Abbas Elshafei, a 26-year-old gynecologist from a mixed Sunni and Shia family in the south of Baghdad near Babil, echoed that the U.S. elections are coming at a crucial time given their nation’s enduring violence.

“The USA as a country is considered the main leader and engine for the international alliance against ISIS, so the next president will really determine if the war to eliminate them fully will be serious or not,” she said. “I prefer Trump because of his opinions about the countries supporting terrorism, especially Saudi Arabia. We are against militant Islam. And Hillary Clinton was Obama’s Secretary of State – they made ISIS by using all the wrong strategies, and now they are having to fight it.”

http://www.foxnews.com/world/2016/11/ ... ty-high-among-iraqis.html
This article has some personal anecdotes and interviews but has no poll data or any way to quantify that Trumps favorability rating is "sky high."

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In dozens of interviews FoxNews.com conducted in various cities across the country this month

What an absolute joke. Is this also how Trump conducts his polling? By interviewing a few dozen people that he meets and concluding that he will win 100% of the vote?

Posted on: 2016/11/1 15:52
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Re: Democratic Convention
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Why exactly do you think these Democrats are breaking the law and registering dead people to vote? For the fun of it?


And to answer this specifically, it is because Democratic leaning organizations tend to run voter registration drives on college campuses and urban areas where it's easy to target large numbers of people in a short time. Republicans do well in rural and suburban areas where voter registration drives aren't as easy to do.

Many of these organizations pay people for their time, and some of them attach incentives if people hit certain targets for number of new registrees. What happens is some worker who is lazy will fill out a bunch of random information and turn it in. Usually, these organizations are required by law to turn in everything unaltered, to make sure they don't toss out opposing party registrations.

This is exactly what happened to Acorn. Some workers got lazy and filled out forms for Mickey Mouse and other nonsense. The organization wasn't intentionally trying to commit fraud, they were the victim of lazy workers. But simpletons like you get a hold of it, don't understand how voter registration works or the difference between voter registration fraud, voter fraud, and election fraud, and they run with it.

The main problem to come out of instances like this is that Republicans see a loss in an election and instead of thinking "how can we improve ourselves and our message?" think "why are all these blacks and hispanics and liberals committing voter fraud?" and try to make laws that gerrymander districts or suppress votes in Democratic-leaning areas by cutting polling stations, voting hours, early voting,onerous registration laws, banning registration drives, and other ridiculous things.

Posted on: 2016/11/1 15:48
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Re: Democratic Convention
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Is this a serious post? You admit that voter registration fraud is common and easy to commit and then claim without any evidence that it's very difficult to turn these fake registrations into actual votes?

Why exactly do you think these Democrats are breaking the law and registering dead people to vote? For the fun of it?

THIS IS EXACTLY MY POINT! You don't even understand the difference between voter registration fraud and voter fraud!

Committing voter registration fraud doesn't require you to be successful in the act. The example in that article is a perfect demonstration of it. Someone tries to register dead people for voting, or for Mickey Mouse. The elections board reviews the registrations and says "of course this person can't vote."

See? It's incredibly easy to fill out a registration form for whatever you want. Actually getting that registration accepted and then getting somebody to show up and vote is an entirely different thing.

The main occasion when voter fraud happens is when somebody votes early or by absentee ballot and then shows up to their regular polling place to vote again (which wouldn't be stopped by ID laws). And guess what?? The election board catches that stuff! Just like the example posted in that other thread.

You say you want proof that voter fraud isn't an issue, but the proof is out there, constantly, in easy to find places, and yet you will willfully ignore it to push this stupid narrative of a problem that does not exist.

Here's a source for you to promptly ignore:
https://www.washingtonpost.com/news/th ... -id-laws-and-voter-fraud/
http://fivethirtyeight.com/features/v ... re-in-american-elections/

Even if there were hundreds of cases of voter fraud each year (which is an extremely generous estimate) it's not enough to sway any election.


If you really are concerned about elections being stolen, you should be concerned about laws that disenfranchise voters, or voter roll purges, or the fact that many ballot boxes are easy hackable electronics that have no paper audit trail and are proprietary software being handled by private companies. THOSE are the real issues.

Not some random jagoff like Ann Coulter voting twice in an election.

Posted on: 2016/11/1 15:39
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Re: Spectra Gas Pipeline -- (like the one Downtown) -- Explosion Cuts Flows to Eastern U.S.
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Pipeline explosion in Shelby, Alabama kills one and injures several others.

http://www.al.com/news/birmingham/ind ... as_line_explosion_se.html

I wonder how many of these pipelines that explode every year were the safest pipelines ever built. I wonder how long it will be until Jersey City is on fire.

Posted on: 2016/11/1 12:34
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