I’m thinking either an RFID under the skin or registering every American to vote by mandate?
If it was to require a driving license I may not have had chance to take part in voting. I have no car, so no needed license. I feel glad to have make my vote count. -- Rojee Kitsap March 18, 2013 at 7:28 pm
I must still say I will still stay and look forward at receiving green card soon. -- Rojee Kitsap March 28, 2013 at 10:22
One cannot help but wonder how many other Rojees have added their votes in our elections while waiting for a Green card.
Well, at least Rojee did not have to wait in line.
a/k/a vote liberal Democrat...???
After Obama declares himself “President for Life,” we'll have the most efficient elections in the world.
The panel will find the obvious solution to make all elections more efficient:
Make him “Dictator For Life” and let him select the people for all the other offices.
re: “Obama to sign order creating election reform commission”
Translation: Obama orders for new ways to make it easier for Democrats to commit fraud in elections and steal elections.
Doing away with elections as you know them.
Maybe they will only meet as much as his jobs council.
“......improve voters’ experience at the polls....”
Easy fix: Simply mandate that all voters with either EBT or Amnesty cards move to the front of the line.
Yeah good. Put 0bama in charge of voter fraud.
What could possibly go wrong?
I read the title and literally laughed out loud! FUBO!!
ummm doesn’t this require an act of congress?
Anyone have a confirmed url for the full text of the EO?
Anytime a democrat wants to “fix” something you can bet you are going to come out of it with less freedom and less of your own money.
Short Story by Isaac Asimov: Franchise
In the future, the United States has converted to an "electronic democracy" where the computer Multivac selects a single person to answer a number of questions. Multivac will then use the answers and other data to determine what the results of an election would be, avoiding the need for an actual election to be held.
The story centers around Norman Muller, the man chosen as "Voter of the Year" in 2008. Although the law requires him to accept the dubious honour, he is not sure that he wants the responsibility of representing the entire electorate, worrying that the result will be unfavorable and he will be blamed.
However, after 'voting', he is very proud that the citizens of the United States had, through him, "exercised once again their free, untrammeled franchise" - a statement that is somewhat ironic as the citizens didn't actually get to vote.
Voting on the interwebs, because that would be so much more secure and convenient and modern and stuff.
“Shorten the lines”???
Already they are voting—again & again & again —for a month before the election!!!!!
Another redistricting job.
No good can possibly come of this. When Obama is done, elections will be even more corrupt than they already are.