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Trump Stumper. LOL! Quick! Get the rights!
...another Russian troll stumping for Trump,
I don't travel TO work. I'm AT work 24 hrs. a day, 6 days week. I'm getting paid right now to reply to you. Someone would literally have to die to pull me away from replying to you right now. (not a compliment, just fact) Then I will travel to the scene, pick up the deceased and take it just shy of its "final destination." If I should happen to get pulled over for going 10 mph over the speed limit, the officer would gladly let me go or give me a police escort depending on the situation. It is my job and a privilege to do my job which includes driving. As I stated earlier, it is also my right to travel as a licensed driver. I also have verifiable proof of my pristine driving record. Post my bail. I'm not falling that old trick again.
Go travel to work and get pulled over with out an ID and see what happens. Claim you Constitutional rights then call me and I'll post your bail
I removed double spaces between some words and a total of 4 needless spaces at the beginning of sentences 2, 3, and 5 making them flush left. Combined lines 2 and 3 into one line and replaced "to" with "or" and added periods since you started out that way. Made the last sentence into 2. I feel like I just gave you a haircut. ------------------------------------------------------------------------- You cannot ideally travel in USA without an ID. Walk to work or the store. Walk with your date to the movies. On paper the right to travel is good. In reality you cannot move about without a vehicle and hence you need an ID. Unless you vehicle is a horse.
You can not ideally travel in USA with out an ID. Walk to work to the store walk with your date to the movies On paper the right to travel is good in reality you can not move about without a vehicle and hence you need a ID Unless you vehicle is a horse
Is that a rabbit under the counter or an accomplice?
These instructors are probably so skilled they could come to the surface in a real life situation with a lit cigarette in their lips.
I picture a teen slasher movie on your horizon. Revenge of the Killer Trees.
I remember when we used to dump boxes of sawdust on the fire out at the lake. Good times. Fewer eyebrows and hair, though.
Taxes cost the lions a leg, and some pride.
Death and Taxes.
When your courage is not a gun.
Gotta love him for that. He's the guy you'd want to copy test answers from in school if you didn't pay attention in class or didn't do your homework. You know, because you were busy doing "important" things like smoking cigarettes and drinking liquor.
@newtboy is the resident Troll He checks everything. He will find something wrong.
You need a license to drive because it's a privilege . You have the right to travel.
Rights? You need a license to Drive and it is a "right" Well the right to travel.
Probably the cold one.
Which one is the guy who went home and committed suicide?
Very nice newtboy. Your restraint is admirable. No harsh personal insults or name calling. Just facts. There is iron in your words of truth.
Just as incorrect as always, at least you're consistent. 1) All those things aren't rights, voting is. To remove a constitutional right should take more that a racist whim or the lack of a document. That should end your argument right there, but rationality and understanding my country's constitution isn't your strong suit. 2) buying smokes or liquor....not if you're over 25 or know a place. 3) getting a job....nope, only to get non cash job or benefits 4) getting a gun....not if it's a private sale 5)rent a house....nope, not true at all 6)get married....not common law or religious marriage 7) I doubt you have an honest clue what's required to receive public assistance, but it's not a driver's license Poor people don't do much of the rest of what you mention, they use cash, don't own a car, and don't travel. These false excuses for violating the constitution and placing targeted obstacles in the path of mostly minorities to keep them from voting are brought to you by the anti voting rights party, Republicans, every election since voter protection was lifted and they could legally go after minorities voting rights again. Odd, they weren't an issue before the court removed the coverage formula, making it nigh impossible to enforce voting rights..... https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Voting_Rights_Act_of_1965 Since that decision, republican led legislatures have tried everything but reinstating literacy tests to disenfranchise minorities. Voter id laws and voter purges based on minor clerical errors (errors made by the same people who then decide the error makes the registration invalid, errors that happen 3/4 of the time to minorities in areas with less than 30% minority populations, while whites in the same areas are 1/4 the errors caught, but almost 3/4 the population) these purely Republican sponsored laws are blatantly targeting minorities because Republicans don't represent minorities so don't expect their votes.
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