1.6 million more registrations than eligible voters in L.A. county...!https://godfatherpolitics.com/l-a-county-has-1-6-million-more-voters-registered-than-it-has-eligible-voters-living-there/
This is ONE county in one state - granted, it is probably the most populous state, but this discrepancy exists in MANY counties throughout the country. Democrats whine about how discriminatory it is to clean up/correct the voter roles, but how is it discriminatory
to removed deceased persons' names?? How can you claim discrimination
when specific voters have not voted in many years worth of elections, and fail to respond to numerous attempts to contact them to update their information ?? All of these unverified registrations open up the probability that they can be used for voter fraud - why is it that it is mostly conservatives that want the rolls cleaned up, and liberals who want to leave it alone in the name of discrimination
? Me thinks thou dost protest too much....? Why?
Dear Democrats - UPDATE - it is not the government's responsibility to hold people's hands and make sure they are eligible to vote.
VOTERS - If you are aware
enough to want to vote in an election, there are many ways to get registered, and it is your responsibility to maintain valid and current registration - like if you move or change your name - nobody should have to baby-sit you to make sure you update your registration. Upcoming elections are usually in the news early enough to give you plenty of warning to make sure your registration is up to date.
There will be arguments that there are those who have difficulties because they are so remote, immobile because of age, income or location, and I'm not going to argue that there aren't a few of those, but voting in elections is an important responsibility. Voting requires thought and discernment based on information on the candidates on the ballot - in my mind, if you have the intellectual honesty and ability to decide what candidate you want to vote for, you have enough incentive to figure out how to place that vote. Do you have a vehicle, internet, phone, mail service? Any one of them would give one the ability to register and vote. If you honestly have none of those, I would wonder how you could be an informed voter...?
Again, voting is a responsibility
to our country and our fellow citizens, and I believe it should be taken very seriously.