Posted 1 year ago on Nov. 5, 2011, 7:09 p.m. EST by dugfmjamul
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The Democrat controlled congresses of 1993 and 2002 voted down any 'proof of citizenship requirements' to register to vote or vote in the process creating 'Institutionalized Voter Fraud'. The pure 'genius' of this system to benefit the Democratic Party should be applauded, if one would admire deceitfulness as a virtue. All one needs to register to vote either by mail or in person is to have a copy of their utility bill, address and signature. The persons signature is stating they are a citizen subject to perjury, but if someone has a fraudulent birth certificate, SS# or driver's license and entered this country illegally would not respect the rule of law. Under the current system non-citizens are free to vote in our elections without any mechanisms to stop them, in fact if a State tries to implement 'proof of citizenship' or even 'Photo ID' requirements to register to vote or vote they risk being sued by the Federal Government. Common Sense dictates that the non-citizen voter would be voting for the democrat because they would not be voting for a person or party that would deny benefits, citizenship or deport them. There are many incidents of non-citizens voting, if you want to debate if non-citizens are voting I won't do it, it would be futile and unproductive to do. The question is do you support 'Reconciling' the National Voter Registration Act of 1993 to include a 'proof of citizenship requirement?