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SarasotaRepub
06-01-2012, 05:39 PM
Hmmm, apparently trumad thinks his daddy is stupid... (http://www.democraticunderground.com/1002750185)



Thu May 31, 2012, 06:32 PM
trumad



So my 75 year old Dad got hit with a Rick Scott voter purge gimmick.

Last edited Thu May 31, 2012, 06:33 PM USA/ET - Edit history (1)
He received a letter in the mail indicating that he needed to verify where he lived by filling out the enclosed form and mailing it back to the election office.

He did move last year to a new apartment, but when he updated his drivers license at the DL office, he clearly asked them to reflect it on his voter ID.

Here's the thing.... this is what Rick and his goons are hoping for... they are hoping that my elderly father who is a registered Democrat, fails to complete and return the form thus making this Born in America, 75 year old Vet, ineligible to vote on election day.

America---ya gotta love it.






Of course, it did begin with So....:single_eye:
DU---ya gotta love it!!!

Gina
06-01-2012, 05:57 PM
trumad, is your dad hispanic? That's the biggest group on the purge list. If you're a legal resident and you're allowed to vote, this shouldn't really be that big of a deal to prove it. God forbid anyone (democrat) should prove they're allowed to vote! :rolleyes:

BOUNCE O RAMA!

Apocalypse
06-01-2012, 06:10 PM
He'll likely get purged any way.

Being a 75 year old Veteran. The dims will likely purge him as some one who they don't like.

Apache
06-01-2012, 07:47 PM
Hype and bullshit. Bullshit and hype...


So verifying your new address through the mail is now fraud... Whatever Trumand:rolleyes:

FDK
06-03-2012, 01:39 PM
spanone (64,052 posts)
41. i suggest a class-action lawsuit against the state.

"Your honor, I'd like $50 million dollars in punitive damages from The State of Florida for attempting to verify my change of address."

Teh Stooped. It burns.

I wonder what the DUmmies' reaction is when FL attempts to verify a Republican's change of address.

Odysseus
06-03-2012, 04:19 PM
He received a letter in the mail indicating that he needed to verify where he lived by filling out the enclosed form and mailing it back to the election office.

He did move last year to a new apartment, but when he updated his drivers license at the DL office, he clearly asked them to reflect it on his voter ID.

Here's the thing.... this is what Rick and his goons are hoping for... they are hoping that my elderly father who is a registered Democrat, fails to complete and return the form thus making this Born in America, 75 year old Vet, ineligible to vote on election day.


It seems to me that if they were hoping that his dad wouldn't fill out and return the form, they wouldn't have sent it to him in the first place. If anything, this is ensuring that his dad's vote is properly counted, and not stolen. DUmmies and logic go together like ketchup and uranium.