Monday, November 03, 2008

It is a privilege not a right to vote in the US election

The fact of the matter is that it is not a  US Constitutional "right to vote."

Let me say that again. According to the US Constitution, You Do Not Have a Right to Vote!!

Judicial bodies have affirmed this.

Sep. 21, 2006 | Last week, a Missouri judge reminded the state Legislature that citizens of the state have a right to vote. And because it is a right, not a privilege granted by the powerful, Missourians can cast their ballots this November without having to meet identification requirements that seemed designed to make it harder for certain people -- the poor, the elderly, minorities and women -- to exercise that right.