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Pa. voter ID law gets approval of state judge



By Robert Barnes, Wednesday, August 15, 1:20 PM

A Pennsylvania judge ruled Wednesday that a new Republican-supported state voter ID law could be implemented for Election Day, despite objections that it was a partisan attempt to hurt President Obama and could cost thousands of voters the right to cast ballots.

Commonwealth Judge Robert Simpson said the individuals and civil rights groups challenging the law had not met the heavy burden of proving that it so clearly violated the state constitution that it should not be implemented. He said there was still time for those without proper ID to acquire it.

“Petitioners did not establish . . . that disenfranchisement was immediate or inevitable,” Simpson wrote, adding, “I was convinced that Act 18 will be implemented by Commonwealth agencies in a nonpartisan, evenhanded manner.”

The detailed, 70-page opinion by Simpson, a veteran of the bench who is a Republican, makes it much more likely that Pennsylvania voters will now be required to show specific forms of photo ID. It is one of many new restrictive voting laws across the country — in almost all cases, sponsored by Republicans and opposed by Democrats.

The decision will quickly be appealed to the Pennsylvania Supreme Court. That court is currently operating with only six members, because one of its justices is suspended. A tie vote would uphold Simpson’s ruling.

Although their decisions do not always follow partisan lines, the six elected justices are equally divided between Democrats and Republicans.

The battle in Harrisburg is just one of dozens being waged in courtrooms in Washington and across the country involving new voting laws. The Justice Department has objected to laws in several states — Texas, South Carolina and Florida, among them — covered by a federal requirement that changes in their voting laws require advance approval from federal authorities or the courts.

Pennsylvania acknowledged that it would not attempt to prove that voter impersonation fraud—the kind that would be stopped by photo ID laws—had occurred in the commonwealth, or that it was likely to occur in the coming election without the law.

But it said requiring ID was a rational decision by the legislature to protect the voting process and had such a right under the state constitution.

The opponents said that even in a modern world where photo ID is requested on a daily basis for routine government exchanges, there were hundreds of thousands of Pennsylvanians who had voted all their lives but lacked the specific kind of photo ID or documents required to get an ID.

Simpson was skeptical of the challengers’ estimates. He said he believed that more than 1 percent of the commonwealth’s more than 8 million voters lacked the required ID, but less than the 9 percent figure that opponents of the law submitted.

He credited pledges by the secretary of state to streamline the process for requesting ID. With the availability of absentee voting and accepting votes on a provisional basis, Simpson said he was not convinced that any of the petitioners “will not have their votes counted in the general election.”


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Hummm... voting in the Netherlands requires obtaining a government issued polling card. You bastards try to steal elections too!

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Registering to Vote
Anyone wishing to stay in the Netherlands for more than three months needs a residence permit (Verblijfsvergunning). These can be obtained from the Town Hall (stadhuis) or community office (gemeente). As part of the process of registration with their municipal authority, individuals are asked to declare their wish to register as a voter in the Netherlands.

All registered voters are sent a polling card by post approximately two weeks prior to the election. This must then be presented at their designated polling station on the day of election.
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Pa. voter ID law gets approval of state judge



By Robert Barnes, Wednesday, August 15, 1:20 PM

A Pennsylvania judge ruled Wednesday that a new Republican-supported state voter ID law could be implemented for Election Day, despite objections that it was a partisan attempt to hurt President Obama and could cost thousands of voters the right to cast ballots.

Commonwealth Judge Robert Simpson said the individuals and civil rights groups challenging the law had not met the heavy burden of proving that it so clearly violated the state constitution that it should not be implemented. He said there was still time for those without proper ID to acquire it.

“Petitioners did not establish . . . that disenfranchisement was immediate or inevitable,” Simpson wrote, adding, “I was convinced that Act 18 will be implemented by Commonwealth agencies in a nonpartisan, evenhanded manner.”

The detailed, 70-page opinion by Simpson, a veteran of the bench who is a Republican, makes it much more likely that Pennsylvania voters will now be required to show specific forms of photo ID. It is one of many new restrictive voting laws across the country — in almost all cases, sponsored by Republicans and opposed by Democrats.

The decision will quickly be appealed to the Pennsylvania Supreme Court. That court is currently operating with only six members, because one of its justices is suspended. A tie vote would uphold Simpson’s ruling.

Although their decisions do not always follow partisan lines, the six elected justices are equally divided between Democrats and Republicans.

The battle in Harrisburg is just one of dozens being waged in courtrooms in Washington and across the country involving new voting laws. The Justice Department has objected to laws in several states — Texas, South Carolina and Florida, among them — covered by a federal requirement that changes in their voting laws require advance approval from federal authorities or the courts.

Pennsylvania acknowledged that it would not attempt to prove that voter impersonation fraud—the kind that would be stopped by photo ID laws—had occurred in the commonwealth, or that it was likely to occur in the coming election without the law.

But it said requiring ID was a rational decision by the legislature to protect the voting process and had such a right under the state constitution.

The opponents said that even in a modern world where photo ID is requested on a daily basis for routine government exchanges, there were hundreds of thousands of Pennsylvanians who had voted all their lives but lacked the specific kind of photo ID or documents required to get an ID.

Simpson was skeptical of the challengers’ estimates. He said he believed that more than 1 percent of the commonwealth’s more than 8 million voters lacked the required ID, but less than the 9 percent figure that opponents of the law submitted.

He credited pledges by the secretary of state to streamline the process for requesting ID. With the availability of absentee voting and accepting votes on a provisional basis, Simpson said he was not convinced that any of the petitioners “will not have their votes counted in the general election.”

While the challenge was brought under the state constitution, Simpson’s opinion was heavily influenced by the U.S. Supreme Court’s 2008 decision that seemed to give states the green light to require voters to present photo IDs. In the court’s lead opinion, Justice John Paul Stevens, now retired, said that such a law in Indiana was a reasonable reaction to the threat of voter fraud, “amply justified by the valid interest in protecting the integrity and reliability of the electoral process.”

Simpson said he considered complaints that the law was motivated by partisan interests, noting what he called the “disturbing, tendentious statements” by state House Majority Leader Mike Turzai (R).

Turzai listed the law as an accomplishment at a meeting of GOP activists, saying “Voter ID — which is going to allow governor Romney to win the state of Pennsylvania — done.”

Simpson said there was no proof that other lawmakers shared Turzai’s “boastful” view. Even if there were partisan motivations, Simpson said, the Supreme Court’s decision in the Indiana case said that a nondiscriminatory law with should not be invalidated simply because some individual legislators had partisan motivations.

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Either you're a shill or an idiot. You need ID for virtually your entire public life:

ID is needed for the following:


adopt a pet
purchase a home
purchase an automobile
purchase a gun

obtain a bank account
obtain a credit card
obtain a passport
write a check
make a credit card purchase
apply for a loan to purchase anything
to prove your age
to get married
to receive a marriage license
to drive
to buy a house
to close on a house
to get medical care
to get on a plane
to get insurance on anything
to get a job
to get a post office box
to get a hunting license
to get a fishing license
to get a business license
to cash a paycheck
rent an apartment
rent a hotel room
rent a car
rent furniture
rent tools and equipment
receive welfare
receive social security
receive food stamps
buy cigarettes
buy alcohol
buy a bus ticket
buy a cell phone
buy any antihistimine
go in to a casino
go in to a bar
go to college
have your water turned on
have your electricity turned on
have your cable turned on
have your gas turned on
obtain trash pick up service
pick up a package from the post office
pick up a package from fed ex
pick up a package from ups
pick up a prescription

I suppose asking or requiring ID for these things is also racist?
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Same tactic as Fla. to steal the election like 2K!
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Same tactic as Fla. to steal the election like 2K!
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whatever
Ban guns to "save the children" but killing them in the womb is totally cool......I see; it makes perfect sense now.
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If there is someone out there whodoes not have a photo ID than they now have plenty of time to go out and get one. If they chose not to get an ID, than they don't deserve to vote.
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If there is someone out there whodoes not have a photo ID than they now have plenty of time to go out and get one. If they chose not to get an ID, than they don't deserve to vote.
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Perfectly reasonable to ask people for ID. How much is an ID? $15? $20? You need an ID to register to vote. Why is this so fucking complicated?
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Cannot talk about the Prez O's last four years performance record, huh?
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Same tactic as Fla. to steal the election like 2K!
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Yup. There was no fraud but we need voter Id. That was the republican rationale and it shows that they are a shrinking minority.

Republicans are a gnat sitting on a sleeping giant. They are gonna fuck around and get swatted.
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Same tactic as Fla. to steal the election like 2K!
 Quoting: CASEY JONES 3741


Yup. There was no fraud but we need voter Id. That was the republican rationale and it shows that they are a shrinking minority.

Republicans are a gnat sitting on a sleeping giant. They are gonna fuck around and get swatted.
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Whats this "we" shit oh great one who hails from the Netherlands?
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Same tactic as Fla. to steal the election like 2K!
 Quoting: CASEY JONES 3741


Yup. There was no fraud but we need voter Id. That was the republican rationale and it shows that they are a shrinking minority.

Republicans are a gnat sitting on a sleeping giant. They are gonna fuck around and get swatted.
 Quoting: AntScrd 1490682


This has nothing to do with any American voter. The liberals need the illegal vote or will get hammered in the election.
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Same tactic as Fla. to steal the election like 2K!
 Quoting: CASEY JONES 3741


Yup. There was no fraud but we need voter Id. That was the republican rationale and it shows that they are a shrinking minority.

Republicans are a gnat sitting on a sleeping giant. They are gonna fuck around and get swatted.
 Quoting: AntScrd 1490682


I'll ask again; why is ti we need ID to:

adopt a pet
purchase a home
purchase an automobile
purchase a gun

obtain a bank account
obtain a credit card
obtain a passport
write a check
make a credit card purchase
apply for a loan to purchase anything
to prove your age
to get married
to receive a marriage license
to drive
to buy a house
to close on a house
to get medical care
to get on a plane
to get insurance on anything
to get a job
to get a post office box
to get a hunting license
to get a fishing license
to get a business license
to cash a paycheck
rent an apartment
rent a hotel room
rent a car
rent furniture
rent tools and equipment
receive welfare
receive social security
receive food stamps
buy cigarettes
buy alcohol
buy a bus ticket
buy a cell phone
buy any antihistimine
go in to a casino
go in to a bar
go to college
have your water turned on
have your electricity turned on
have your cable turned on
have your gas turned on
obtain trash pick up service
pick up a package from the post office
pick up a package from fed ex
pick up a package from ups
pick up a prescription

But when it comes to voting ANYONE can just walk in without identifying themselves in any way? That's your position? You're going to defend that stance? lol

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How will they get there to vote without a license or id?
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Same tactic as Fla. to steal the election like 2K!
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Yup. There was no fraud but we need voter Id. That was the republican rationale and it shows that they are a shrinking minority.

Republicans are a gnat sitting on a sleeping giant. They are gonna fuck around and get swatted.
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Here's your proof of voter fraud.


Ban guns to "save the children" but killing them in the womb is totally cool......I see; it makes perfect sense now.
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How conveeeenient that it just happened to be a republican judge...bastards know they can't even win a foot race honestly
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Same tactic as Fla. to steal the election like 2K!
 Quoting: CASEY JONES 3741


Yup. There was no fraud but we need voter Id. That was the republican rationale and it shows that they are a shrinking minority.

Republicans are a gnat sitting on a sleeping giant. They are gonna fuck around and get swatted.
 Quoting: AntScrd 1490682


This has nothing to do with any American voter. The liberals need the illegal vote or will get hammered in the election.
 Quoting: sonic doom


What part of "there was no fraud found" don't you understand?

Republicans admitted it in court and the judge still passed the bullshit law.Its headed to the State Supreme court.

You are joke who wishes yo were Black, thats why you have Robert Downey jr. in Black Face as your avatar. A Freudian slip. Lol.
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How will they get there to vote without a license or id?
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Obama is going to have buses stop in all the city projects at 2:00 pm on election day. The tax payers will fork over the service. It has to be afternoon because he needs as many votes as possible but they don't get out of bed till after 1:00 pm
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Same tactic as Fla. to steal the election like 2K!
 Quoting: CASEY JONES 3741


Yup. There was no fraud but we need voter Id. That was the republican rationale and it shows that they are a shrinking minority.

Republicans are a gnat sitting on a sleeping giant. They are gonna fuck around and get swatted.
 Quoting: AntScrd 1490682


This has nothing to do with any American voter. The liberals need the illegal vote or will get hammered in the election.
 Quoting: sonic doom


What part of "there was no fraud found" don't you understand?

Republicans admitted it in court and the judge still passed the bullshit law.Its headed to the State Supreme court.

You are joke who wishes yo were Black, thats why you have Robert Downey jr. in Black Face as your avatar. A Freudian slip. Lol.
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What don't YOU understand?


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Pa. voter ID law gets approval of state judge



By Robert Barnes, Wednesday, August 15, 1:20 PM

A Pennsylvania judge ruled Wednesday that a new Republican-supported state voter ID law could be implemented for Election Day, despite objections that it was a partisan attempt to hurt President Obama and could cost thousands of voters the right to cast ballots.

Commonwealth Judge Robert Simpson said the individuals and civil rights groups challenging the law had not met the heavy burden of proving that it so clearly violated the state constitution that it should not be implemented. He said there was still time for those without proper ID to acquire it.

“Petitioners did not establish . . . that disenfranchisement was immediate or inevitable,” Simpson wrote, adding, “I was convinced that Act 18 will be implemented by Commonwealth agencies in a nonpartisan, evenhanded manner.”

The detailed, 70-page opinion by Simpson, a veteran of the bench who is a Republican, makes it much more likely that Pennsylvania voters will now be required to show specific forms of photo ID. It is one of many new restrictive voting laws across the country — in almost all cases, sponsored by Republicans and opposed by Democrats.

The decision will quickly be appealed to the Pennsylvania Supreme Court. That court is currently operating with only six members, because one of its justices is suspended. A tie vote would uphold Simpson’s ruling.

Although their decisions do not always follow partisan lines, the six elected justices are equally divided between Democrats and Republicans.

The battle in Harrisburg is just one of dozens being waged in courtrooms in Washington and across the country involving new voting laws. The Justice Department has objected to laws in several states — Texas, South Carolina and Florida, among them — covered by a federal requirement that changes in their voting laws require advance approval from federal authorities or the courts.

Pennsylvania acknowledged that it would not attempt to prove that voter impersonation fraud—the kind that would be stopped by photo ID laws—had occurred in the commonwealth, or that it was likely to occur in the coming election without the law.

But it said requiring ID was a rational decision by the legislature to protect the voting process and had such a right under the state constitution.

The opponents said that even in a modern world where photo ID is requested on a daily basis for routine government exchanges, there were hundreds of thousands of Pennsylvanians who had voted all their lives but lacked the specific kind of photo ID or documents required to get an ID.

Simpson was skeptical of the challengers’ estimates. He said he believed that more than 1 percent of the commonwealth’s more than 8 million voters lacked the required ID, but less than the 9 percent figure that opponents of the law submitted.

He credited pledges by the secretary of state to streamline the process for requesting ID. With the availability of absentee voting and accepting votes on a provisional basis, Simpson said he was not convinced that any of the petitioners “will not have their votes counted in the general election.”

While the challenge was brought under the state constitution, Simpson’s opinion was heavily influenced by the U.S. Supreme Court’s 2008 decision that seemed to give states the green light to require voters to present photo IDs. In the court’s lead opinion, Justice John Paul Stevens, now retired, said that such a law in Indiana was a reasonable reaction to the threat of voter fraud, “amply justified by the valid interest in protecting the integrity and reliability of the electoral process.”

Simpson said he considered complaints that the law was motivated by partisan interests, noting what he called the “disturbing, tendentious statements” by state House Majority Leader Mike Turzai (R).

Turzai listed the law as an accomplishment at a meeting of GOP activists, saying “Voter ID — which is going to allow governor Romney to win the state of Pennsylvania — done.”

Simpson said there was no proof that other lawmakers shared Turzai’s “boastful” view. Even if there were partisan motivations, Simpson said, the Supreme Court’s decision in the Indiana case said that a nondiscriminatory law with should not be invalidated simply because some individual legislators had partisan motivations.

[link to www.washingtonpost.com]



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propoganda
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Had there not been such corruption with the ACORN voter registration and the recent mass mailing of pseudo board of election registration cards to pets and dead people in Virginia, there would be no need for photo id.

This requirement for photo IRS is just an attempt to protect the validity of an election. I want my legitimate vote to count. Voter fraud denies an honest voter his rights.
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Can no one answer the question:


HOW DO YOU REGISTER TO VOTE WITHOUT FUCKING I.D.?????
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Correction to above post...

IRS should be IDS

Sorry
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Same tactic as Fla. to steal the election like 2K!
 Quoting: CASEY JONES 3741


Yup. There was no fraud but we need voter Id. That was the republican rationale and it shows that they are a shrinking minority.

Republicans are a gnat sitting on a sleeping giant. They are gonna fuck around and get swatted.
 Quoting: AntScrd 1490682


This has nothing to do with any American voter. The liberals need the illegal vote or will get hammered in the election.
 Quoting: sonic doom


What part of "there was no fraud found" don't you understand?

Republicans admitted it in court and the judge still passed the bullshit law.Its headed to the State Supreme court.

You are joke who wishes yo were Black, thats why you have Robert Downey jr. in Black Face as your avatar. A Freudian slip. Lol.
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Are you mentally retarded? I never said anything about fraud. I see your also a avatard. news flash i'm not white dumb shit
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damn you are stupid op ..... for real dont breed
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Had there not been such corruption with the ACORN voter registration and the recent mass mailing of pseudo board of election registration cards to pets and dead people in Virginia, there would be no need for photo id.

This requirement for photo IRS is just an attempt to protect the validity of an election. I want my legitimate vote to count. Voter fraud denies an honest voter his rights.
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How many convictions or even criminal prosecutions of ACORN were there?

Zero Why.

Because it was all revealed to be BULLSHIT by asshole Republican ideologues with the help of Rupert Murdoch Fox News.
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Had there not been such corruption with the ACORN voter registration and the recent mass mailing of pseudo board of election registration cards to pets and dead people in Virginia, there would be no need for photo id.

This requirement for photo IRS is just an attempt to protect the validity of an election. I want my legitimate vote to count. Voter fraud denies an honest voter his rights.
 Quoting: Blonde Mom

How many convictions or even criminal prosecutions of ACORN were there?

Zero Why.

Because it was all revealed to be BULLSHIT by asshole Republican ideologues with the help of Rupert Murdoch Fox News.
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Now I will talk about fraud. FBI, Fla Police arrest 11 ACORN workers for voter fraud

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in the great Soviet State of Washington we only have vote by mail
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Re: Pennsylvania Republicans Trying To Steal Election With Voter ID Law. Targets Blacks,Elderly And Young Whites.?
Had there not been such corruption with the ACORN voter registration and the recent mass mailing of pseudo board of election registration cards to pets and dead people in Virginia, there would be no need for photo id.

This requirement for photo IRS is just an attempt to protect the validity of an election. I want my legitimate vote to count. Voter fraud denies an honest voter his rights.
 Quoting: Blonde Mom

How many convictions or even criminal prosecutions of ACORN were there?

Zero Why.

Because it was all revealed to be BULLSHIT by asshole Republican ideologues with the help of Rupert Murdoch Fox News.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1490682


Now I will talk about fraud. FBI, Fla Police arrest 11 ACORN workers for voter fraud

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 Quoting: sonic doom


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