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Rock'n chair Rambler  
Over Taxed, TX  
March 19, 2012 2:38pm
 
" I suspect that you got most of
knowledge about the survey from talk radio "

You suspect wrongly. I never once heard about the survey from talk radio. I got it by googling the subject. Same as you, dufus.

And yeah, it mentioned women who did not yet have an ID with their correct name because they got married or divorced. Big freaking deal. Of course, they added them into the stats to make a point that is meaningless, but sounds good in a sound byte hit piece on conservatives.

I'm sure the war on women will be added to the argument against photo IDs. We conservatives just hate women.... Right.

Speaking of talk radio.... I did happen to hear something today that reinforced what I've been saying. 31 States have photo IDs and nobody has yet been negatively affected.

One thing your NYU bogus survey failed to reveal about their random selected respondents was whether or not they were people who would be likely to vote, or had ever voted, or, even if they knew what voting was. I suspect the sample would have been much smaller.

"various communications and cryptographic
devices were all caps....."

Just as I suspected. You were trying to appear more official.
     
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