So a state could allow the military people to vote Monday through Friday, and others just Wednesday? As long as everybody votes just once?It aint necessarily so wrote:
<quoted text>Why should the military have more opportunity to vote?
Buck Crick wrote, "A president that would accuse Mitt Romney of causing an old lady to die of cancer would suppress military voting."
What is military voting - besides voting that is not non-military - and why should special rights be allocated for it?
And how is Obama suppressing it? Let them vote.
But no special rights. It's your own mantra.
As you pointed out when you used that slogan to argue against gay marriage, arguing that gays already had the same right as everybody else to marry the opposite sex, and that you didn't approve of special rights being granted.
Well, I'm holding you to that philosophy. That's my answer to you. Military people already have the right to cast a vote like everybody else.
No special rights.
I agree. No special rights.
One person - one vote.
But states do have the right to pass laws that regulate when people can vote.