Skip to comments.Kan. voters' limbo shows hitch in citizenship law
Posted on 08/15/2013 1:15:07 PM PDT by Twotone
TOPEKA, Kan. (AP) -- A few weeks after moving to suburban Kansas City from the Seattle area, Aaron Belenky went online to register to vote. But he ended up joining thousands of other Kansas residents whose voting rights are in legal limbo because of the state's new proof-of-citizenship rule.
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Belenky, a 39-year-old computer programmer, has his birth certificate and a passport but said he’d have to open and riffle through boxes in his Overland Park apartment to find them and comply with a rule that doesn’t exist across most of the rest of the nation.
Being lazy or stupid or both has its consequences...........
If the lazy little leftard toad can’t be bothered to dig through boxes to find his documents proving that he is a citizen... then he is too lazy and stupid to vote. He is just a communist activist.
OMG!! The horror! This A** wipe has to be a D.
And now, the prospective Kansas Democrat
is irritated enough that he is ready to join a legal challenge.
Hmmm. Tough call. What is more difficult, cleaning up an apartment or filing a law suit?
I moved to Overland Park, Kansas City from TN in 1980. I had to open boxes to get to my birth certificate to get a lot of things, including a driver's license and I took it with me to register to vote. Just seemed like the smart thing to do.
What is wrong with people?
How did he get a job?
what stupid propaganda the Associated Press brings us!
what did they consider “newsworthy” about this story?
1. if he is a citizen of the USA, that there is a lazy bum who doesn’t even want to reach into a box to pull out his damned birth certificate?
2. if he is not a citizen of the USA, that he is too damned lazy, or just not clever enough, to create a fake birth certificate (like big time politicians do these days) using his little laptop computer? Why, we know a nice “Hawaiian” one that’s all over the internet that he could use as a ready-made template...
3. if he is not a citizen of USA, that he is too damned lazy to just go down the block and buy a fake birth certificate for $20, or use some else’s social security number, maybe one from a corpse in Connecticut perhaps?
4. or what?
What is wrong with people?
On the assumption you don't have weeks and months, here's the short version: half the people in America are below average.
According to their website, you need to show proof of citizenship to get a driver’s license. How did he get that and not have the same identification for voter registration?
Oh, please!!! Proving citizenship is as easy as breathing.
Can I use that one too? With the IRS?
Unless things have changed drastically since I last lived in Kansas, they did not have elections every day. Hopefully, he will be able to clean up his apartment by the next election.
A couple of months ago we had a special election to fill John Friggin Kerry's Senate seat (or course it was won by the Rat Party Marxist).I went to Town Hall to get an absentee ballot and was asked my name...but not for an ID.I asked why no ID was required and the clerk said that state law *forbids* anyone to ask for ID.I then asked her if someone registering to vote for the first time is required to prove US citizenship and she said "no,state law forbids that too".
Massachusetts.God only knows why I stay here.
This guy's complete laziness aside, the only time I've ever needed to show a birth certificate for a job was when I enlisted in the Navy.
And there are 15,000 more lazy b*st*rds. No sympathy here.
ACLU, George Takei, etc.
Also a member of Young Democrats of America when he lived in Seattle.
He's 88 and feeble....They put him thru the wringer...asking him questions...demanding answers. The guy has early dementia....They harassed him!!..Bunch of B.S....
Yet....we can't ask for I.D. to vote?
And 95% of the media are leftists.
Those two facts create a dangerous combination.