Tuesday, December 27, 2011

Identification requirements for voting and buying a gun should be the same

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Washington, DC—Possessing firearms and voting are considered rights. To obtain a firearm from a licensed dealer a citizen must provide solid documentation of identification. Falsifying the gun purchase forms carries significant felony punishments. To vote no Identification is required and falsification carries little or no punishment.

Someone please explain to me why there should be any difference in the requirements to exercise these two rights?

Of course the Leftists have had a 60-year lock on Congress. Those Leftists hate gun rights but want to extend to every third world needy trespasser the ability to vote because they’re unskilled, uneducated and needy and all beg for redistribution of the wealth.

Looking at the map above you can see that voter identification is never required in Leftist run states. Just try buying a gun in any state without ID.

All rights should be equal in America. Some rights are more equal than others.

6 comments:

Anonymous said...

Give voters the option of providing:

An acceptable ID, or

A thumbprint.

Crimefile said...

I'd like to see that being the only requirement to buy a gun. All rights should be equal...

Anonymous said...

CF is spot on again.Many people do not consider the Second Amendment a right and it is treated differently than the other rights under the Constitution.
I do no like the permit system for CCW.They are treating it like DL,with TOO many restrictions.
Every CCW requirement is different in all 49 of the 50 States.

We need uniformaty in ALL fifty States and is NOT a States rights issue.

Anonymous said...

Alcohol, Tobacco, and Firearms should be the name of a convenience store, not a government agency.

Anonymous said...

How about first requiring the HNIC to provide a valid birth certificate. So far he only provided provable forgeries.

Kilo4/11 said...

The reason government doesnt' give a f--k about voters' identities: they don't give a f--k about voters and their votes. The reason government does all in its power to limit gun ownership: they know a shot fired in anger is one vote that can't be ignored.