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Comment Re:Stick a fork in.... (Score 1) 612

You seriously would vote for someone to uphold the "rule of law" who it seems has no respect for the law???


Trump said he wants to make it easier to sue people if they say bad things about him. He said we should have just taken Iraq's oil in defiance of international law. Even if you think Clinton disregards the law, Trump has no respect for any law, Constitutional or international.

Trump may be slime, but at the moment I don't think there is any sort of definitive proof he's broken the law,

No, but he has a court date over the Trump U scam.

"Hasn't broken the law that I know of" is a pretty thin reason to vote for someone who would probably destroy the country.

Comment Re:Some hacker, he's not found anything real (Score 0) 333

Even us people in "liberal Canada" and those "ultra liberal" people in Norway, Germany and Denmark have mandatory requirements for voter ID.

Difference is, you can probably get an ID in those places easily. The government probably issues you one for free. That doesn't happen in the US.

And it doesn't help that certain states in the US also make it very difficult to get if, if, for example, you don't have a car, or have to work every day. "It's easy to get an ID! You just have to take a day off from your minimum wage job that you absolutely need the money from and drive 3 hours to the one location that's open on Tuesdays from noon to 2 PM! Sheesh, what are you complaining about?"

Voter ID isn't racist

As it currently stands in the United States, yes, it is. Sorry.

There are multiple cases of it happening.

Wow. A whole 4 cases!

Comment Re:Summary missing important piece... (Score 2) 333

It's not justification, it's pointing out the blatant hypocrisy of the right. Like complaining about Benghazi while ignoring similar attacks that happened during the GWB administration. Or spinning nutty stories about HRC's health while simultaneously idolizing Ronald Reagan, who wasn't suffering from Alzheimer's. Or Newt Giungrich attacking Bill Clinton over the Lewinsky affair while he himself was cheating on his wife at the time.

Nobody's justifying anything, just saying that glass house you're living in is awfully fragile, so you probably shouldn't be chucking boulders around.

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