In Texas a illegal immigrant don't ne...

In Texas a illegal immigrant don't need a photo ID

There are 39 comments on the Examiner.com story from Jul 26, 2013, titled In Texas a illegal immigrant don't need a photo ID. In it, Examiner.com reports that:

Well now, here's an interesting twist to the Supreme Court's decision that Section 4 of the Voting Rights Act of 1965 was unconstitutional.

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“Work hard at work worth doing.”

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#24 Aug 14, 2013
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#25 Aug 16, 2013
teddyr4me wrote:
<quoted text>Son, son, son, you can't even keep your stoies straight, so putting a schedule together must be a very trying task for you. LOL
It's not like he's putting a schedule for some thriving biz that does hundreds of jobs a day...lol

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#26 Aug 17, 2013
Publius51 wrote:
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It's not like he's putting a schedule for some thriving biz that does hundreds of jobs a day...lol
I guess scheduling the installation of swtichplates can't be so onerous.

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#27 Aug 22, 2013
teddyr4me wrote:
<quoted text>I guess scheduling the installation of swtichplates can't be so onerous.
Good one..
Juan

Vero Beach, FL

#28 Aug 25, 2013
I have two company trucks and 4 employees. I have to do the priority jobs first, especially those repeat customers that continue to use my services. I also have to order parts, keep track of work hours, as well as those I transport and don't so I can deduct that from their pay.
ronnie

Salt Lake City, UT

#30 Aug 27, 2013
Juan wrote:
I have two company trucks and 4 employees. I have to do the priority jobs first, especially those repeat customers that continue to use my services. I also have to order parts, keep track of work hours, as well as those I transport and don't so I can deduct that from their pay.
OMG...6 weeks ago you were bed-ridden with a broken hip. Living in Texas. Now you're a prominant business owner with two trucks and a workforce needing scheduling...ha ha ha...It's more like you hitch a ride with other illegals to the nearest home depot and beg for work. You're such a dork...I wish I could live such a dillusional existence....smoke on Juan Smoke on...
Juan

Vero Beach, FL

#32 Sep 2, 2013
ronnie wrote:
<quoted text>OMG...6 weeks ago you were bed-ridden with a broken hip. Living in Texas. Now you're a prominant business owner with two trucks and a workforce needing scheduling...ha ha ha...It's more like you hitch a ride with other illegals to the nearest home depot and beg for work. You're such a dork...I wish I could live such a dillusional existence....smoke on Juan Smoke on...
Actually I fell and broke my hip on January 9th, had surgery on the 11th. Moved from Pearland to Vero Beach to start my own business. I've always wanted my own business. I do electrical and home repairs for many of the retirees in the Treasure Coast Area.

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#33 Sep 3, 2013
Juan wrote:
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Actually I fell and broke my hip on January 9th, had surgery on the 11th. Moved from Pearland to Vero Beach to start my own business. I've always wanted my own business. I do electrical and home repairs for many of the retirees in the Treasure Coast Area.
Actually, you are a prevaricator. Having a good day screwing in those switchplates.

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#34 Sep 3, 2013
teddyr4me wrote:
<quoted text>Actually, you are a prevaricator. Having a good day screwing in those switchplates.
That and sweeping floors and humping wire.
juan is a dope

Germany

#35 Sep 3, 2013
Juan wrote:
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Actually I fell and broke my hip on January 9th, had surgery on the 11th. Moved from Pearland to Vero Beach to start my own business. I've always wanted my own business. I do electrical and home repairs for many of the retirees in the Treasure Coast Area.
It's more likely that one or both of your parents dropped you on your head a few times too many during your childhood,
Lamer

Hopkins, MN

#36 Sep 3, 2013
juan is a dope wrote:
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It's more likely that one or both of your parents dropped you on your head a few times too many during your childhood,
You know one's life must not be that fulfilling when you need to troll under a fake persona for thrills/attention.

Juan, your character is starting to show...
Juan

Vero Beach, FL

#37 Sep 6, 2013
I had an excellent childhood. I went to school in San Antonio where my parents worked until they retired. My father worked for the city, my mother cleaned rooms in a hotel. They now live in Progresso and are very happy. I visit them when I can.
narcissistic drivel alert

Chicago, IL

#38 Sep 7, 2013
Juan wrote:
I had an excellent childhood. I went to school in San Antonio where my parents worked until they retired. My father worked for the city, my mother cleaned rooms in a hotel. They now live in Progresso and are very happy. I visit them when I can.
More narcissistic drivel from the pendejo from vero beach. Nobody care juanita go commit seppuku, you won't be missed.
spud

Weatherly, PA

#39 Sep 7, 2013
When there are more votes cast in a district than there are registered voters, I'd say that is proof of voter fraud. They need to show an ID to protect the integrity of our elections

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#40 Sep 8, 2013
spud wrote:
When there are more votes cast in a district than there are registered voters, I'd say that is proof of voter fraud. They need to show an ID to protect the integrity of our elections
The problem with that is very few have the gonads to buck the system, and so it just keeps happening and there are those who pretend that each election was conducted with no snags or instances of rampant fraud, unless one of their candidates doesn't sweep the election. When that happens, all you know what hits the fan. Fraud is happening, and we all know it, even though there are those who refuse to accept it.

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#41 Sep 8, 2013
teddyr4me wrote:
<quoted text>The problem with that is very few have the gonads to buck the system, and so it just keeps happening and there are those who pretend that each election was conducted with no snags or instances of rampant fraud, unless one of their candidates doesn't sweep the election. When that happens, all you know what hits the fan. Fraud is happening, and we all know it, even though there are those who refuse to accept it.
Then we have and administration and AG that is suing Texas over their voter ID laws.
ima-Ilis Myka Ashanti

El Paso, TX

#42 Sep 8, 2013
Juan wrote:
The undocumented do not need an ID to vote in Texas, it's against the law to ask us for one.
IT IS ILLEGAL TO VOTE IF YOU ARE AN ILLEGAL ALIEN, RIGHT? why would you be trying to get into a worse problem by voting illegally when that is another crime on top of your illegal status? plus running a business where taxes aren't paid by you? There were several stories when obama illegally won another term by fraudulent voting from some illegals who were caught doing this, maybe you all are used to doing this in your mejico and GETTING AWAY WITH IT AS IT IS CONSIDERED THE NORM IN YOUR COUNTRY. Do your dirty and corrupt work in your own country AND STOP TRYING TO DO THE SAME IN MY COUNTRY WHICH YOU HAVE INVADED BY FORCE.
spud

Weatherly, PA

#43 Sep 9, 2013
ima-Ilis Myka Ashanti wrote:
<quoted text> IT IS ILLEGAL TO VOTE IF YOU ARE AN ILLEGAL ALIEN, RIGHT? why would you be trying to get into a worse problem by voting illegally when that is another crime on top of your illegal status? plus running a business where taxes aren't paid by you? There were several stories when obama illegally won another term by fraudulent voting from some illegals who were caught doing this, maybe you all are used to doing this in your mejico and GETTING AWAY WITH IT AS IT IS CONSIDERED THE NORM IN YOUR COUNTRY. Do your dirty and corrupt work in your own country AND STOP TRYING TO DO THE SAME IN MY COUNTRY WHICH YOU HAVE INVADED BY FORCE.
It's Democrats that are responsible for voter fraud. They protect fraudulent voters because they vote overwhelmingly for Democrats. It's our job to vote illegal alien supporters out, regardless of party.

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#44 Sep 9, 2013
Juan wrote:
The undocumented do not need an ID to vote in Texas, it's against the law to ask us for one.
So are you now telling us that you vote...illegally???? Wow, the lies you love to spin.

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