Supreme Court Rules Arizona Cannot Require Voters To Prove US Citizenship

Jun 17, 2013 | Posted by: roboblogger | Full story: CBS Local

The Supreme Court says states cannot require would-be voters to prove they are U.S. citizens before using a federal registration system designed to make signing up easier.

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More utterings from the agenda driven blackmailed 'supreme' court.

Time for elections and term limits on the supreme court including a public vetting of aides and clerks who will delegated by the justices.
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Huge Victory for President Obama. Now any one who sneaks into America can legally VOTE.
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Bob Lewis wrote:
Huge Victory for President Obama. Now any one who sneaks into America can legally VOTE.
How can proof of citizenship be illegal and yet you are asked for your social security number all the time. Not that I agree with it but shouldnt the states be allowed to set their own criteria for voting in their state.

What exactly is considered proof of citizenship in Arizona anyway?
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That durn pesky ol, Constitution jus' keeps gettin' in the way of some folks' agenda.

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A law would be great an amendment even better. Every American citizen of legal age has a right to vote. No exceptions.

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Arizona can require proof of citizenship for a state issued photo ID and they can require that ID be used to register to vote.

The sweet thing about that is that it is required by federal law.
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WDRussell wrote:
A law would be great an amendment even better. Every American citizen of legal age has a right to vote. No exceptions.
American Citizens should have the right to vote. But how do you proove one is a US citizen? The states do have rights as do the citizens that do not want to show proof of citizenship.

How exactly do you verify an United States Citizen is voting-in detail.
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sheepleloveroyalty wrote:
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American Citizens should have the right to vote. But how do you proove one is a US citizen? The states do have rights as do the citizens that do not want to show proof of citizenship.
How exactly do you verify an United States Citizen is voting-in detail.
SCOTUS ruled that ANY ONE, no matter their Nationality, can VOTE if they just show up at the polling place no questions asked. It was the Courts decision to END America's National Sovereignty in preparation for the Open Border Amnesty.
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Lance Winslow wrote:
That durn pesky ol, Constitution jus' keeps gettin' in the way of some folks' agenda.
The agenda driven politically appointed and approved 'supreme' court justices keep on getting in the way. As do the clerks and aides they delegate to.

What ever happend to states rights?

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Lance Winslow wrote:
That durn pesky ol, Constitution jus' keeps gettin' in the way of some folks' agenda.
so, you folks either sneak, slide or slither around it...don'tcha.
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Something isn't right because the court said the states COULD add requirements to processes like voter registration with the federal government and courts permission-HUH? So the something like the proof of citizenship requirement could come and go with administrations.

Also relies on the honor system ie the form that is signed saying you are telling the truth under penalty of law. What law. Voter Registration is now lawless. The form used to register to vote is no better than those tags on your bed or furniture that say do not remove under penalty of law.

Sounds like the jokester justices had a frivilous academic classroom debate if that and said this is how we are going to rule. Still think their younger clerks and aides pulled some influence if they were blackmailed or paying off political favors.

But again where are states rights.
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Europe, Canada, Mexico, India: every other industrialized democracy has voter identification.

Why is the United States lagging behind?

What the state of Arizona is doing here is progressive.
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Justin wrote:
Europe, Canada, Mexico, India: every other industrialized democracy has voter identification.
Why is the United States lagging behind?
What the state of Arizona is doing here is progressive.
The agenda people have spun voter FRAUD: a CRIMINAL act into an academic debate about voting rights and voter suppression. They don't care about the integrity of the system. The public can't differentiate between an academic debate and reality.

Since the system is made up of elected professional politicians they will do nothing to change the system. Same for the jokester justices, they have status in the current system. They also have exposure to political blackmail. A career oriented political appointee will not risk their jobs or status. It's all about them.

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Aaah, the Roberts SCOTUS rules against the racists once again!
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Aaah, the Roberts SCOTUS rules against the racists once again!
It was shocking that Two Justices who we thought respected America would have voted with the Five who have no gratitude for the blessings of being American or concern for our childrens' future????

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Great News!!!!!!!

A big win for patriotic Americans… and a big punch in the gut to unpatriotic racist right-wingers.

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Bama Yankee wrote:
Arizona can require proof of citizenship for a state issued photo ID and they can require that ID be used to register to vote.
The sweet thing about that is that it is required by federal law.
So then, may we classify this, as another Tea Party Victory?......
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VIVA MEXICO! I ham goin two vote as much timz a I kan and bring my entire famibliy of 35 from Juarez to getta da free mierda, food estampas, ObamoCaro and uder goodies from Tio Sam, Obama y Los Democratos.

Hwere de welfare offizina pleeze?

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Go Blue Forever wrote:
<quoted text>So then, may we classify this, as another Tea Party Victory?......
Classify it any way you want.

I don't think the Supreme Court would interfere with Arizona conforming to the REAL ID Act.

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