And because a reporter from a newspaper says it it must be true!
He has no evidence, no source etc. etc. in other words you or I could write the same thing right now.
Ok correction anything a newspaper reporter in a Blue (actually swing) state says must obviously be true even if it has no proof or names. Because we all know Blue (actually swing) stats have no conservatives in them to write a biased piece
by Rod Martin Jr 5 years ago
A recent YouTube News report by WXIX Fox19's Ben Swann reveals something you're not like to find out about on the evening news. Obama is ignoring a federal court order regarding his actions under the NDAA (National Defense Authorization Act).http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PZjXHjkzMD4I supported...
by American View 19 months ago
If all the I illegal Aliens said tomorrow they are voting Republican, would the Dems desire Voter ID cards, would they want the voter rolls updated, would they have backed Obama's amnesty for the young illegals?
by Holle Abee 7 years ago
The 9th Circuit Court of Appeals ruled that Arizona cannot require proof of citizenship for voter registration. HUH???? Sorry, I'm all for legal immigration, but voting is a right reserved for U.S. citizens - not for illegal immigrants. When American citizens are convicted of drug crimes, their...
by logic,commonsense 6 years ago
Why does this president not trust the American voter to vote appropriately on a balanced budget amendment to the Constitution?Apparently he knows what's best for us better than we do.If the majority of voters do not want it, it will not pass. If they do, then why shouldn't we have one?Every...
by Faith Reaper 18 months ago
I may be a bit naive on this topic, but I believe that my vote should count. I understand the history and all, but I still think one's vote should count, and the candidate who receives the most votes should win. What are your thoughts. Please help me to understand why the...
by James 2 years ago
Should citizens, including felons, have a Constitutional right to vote not dependent on state law?The founding fathers' original draft the Constitution avoided direct stance on who got the privilege to vote. Instead they purposely gave the States the power to determine who could vote. They...
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