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Allwaysthink825 Allwaysthink825 22-25, F 12 Answers Jul 6 in Politics

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They’re the ones we’re voting for!

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Sure, a no tax no vote could be dangerous. Simply lay off the workers the month before the elections, negate the working vote. <br />
I do feel you should have ID to vote.

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No, pastors, priests, and other religious leaders should get to vote.

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hmm. ! you becoming th Person of Interests . Troll XD lol

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haha lol JULZ!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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So that means all the rich wall streeters and Koch brothers and 96.8% of Fox's new and MSN and most of your employers shouldn't vote! What country are you from again?

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Yes

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why not?

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Many people who pay taxes are not allowed to vote. Now we have "corporate personhood" where non-persons are allowed to vote. This is a very complicated issue.

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I don't know anybody who doesn't pay taxes

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People fought for "No taxation without representation", so I guess the converse hold just as good. mx:))

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good question.i dont think people who dont pay taxes should be able to vote with the exception of retirees

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yes

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