Cons :What would you do if the criminal that is forever being denied their right to vote is not some poor?
Topic: Free writing letters to santa
June 17, 2019 / By Carran Question:
violent member of a minority But rather your own 27 year old White ,non-violent upper middle class son who in a misguided interpretation of the free market economy principle did a couple of years in prison for possessing a couple of pounds of marijuana
Best Answers: Cons :What would you do if the criminal that is forever being denied their right to vote is not some poor?
Allerick | 1 day ago
Don't do the crime if you don't' want the consequences.
I don't give an airborne intercourse who they are.
The plain truth is that neither you nor the Democrats would give damn if you didn't know that 73% would vote Democrat.
If you think this is about 'doing the right thing' and not a scummy way to secure Democrat party power for eons....
I bet you write letters to Santa
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Who the f*ck needs a pound of weed? 12 oz will easily last a year, From experience I get stoned whenever I'm not at work and am baked on here a lot but I only go through 1/4 a week. 4 weeks = 1 oz, and you do the rest.
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They knew what the punishment was and always has been! This law has been around for ever. If they wanted to retain their rights they should have done so. Why do guilty people insist on playing the victim?
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The law is the law. Do the crime, you pay the price. Race does not enter into it...at least for me.
If the law states you lose that right with a felony conviction, that is the price. End of story.
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I personally think, if you've spent the time in prison for the offence you was found guilty of and didn't commit any crimes while in prison. Once you're back home and free, you deserve your right to vote back. I am very conservative myself, but disagree with many fellow conservatives on this issue. Not allow someone to vote after he or she left prison is basically punishing someone twice for the same offence.
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There are some complaints about Capital Ones terms and conditions, and I would consider going with them a "plan b", but if you cannot afford $500, then $300 is better.
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Odds are you are going to need to get a secured card. The only items on your credit report right now are BAD. You need to balance these out with some positive credit entries. Thats the bad news, the good news is that you have just learned the first lesson of responsible credit use, actions always have consequences.
Hope this was some help.