That Answers THAT Question

Posted on April 10, 2014 8:00 pm

A new telephone poll finds that 78% believe everyone should be required to prove their citizenship before being allowed to vote.

The other 22% responded by pressing 2 for Spanish.

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8 Responses to “That Answers THAT Question”

  1. jw says:

    The White House immediately condemned the 78% as racist and jeb bush asked “where’s the love”?

  2. Oppo says:

    Well played!

    (By the way, why such silence from President “The Overwhelming Majority Of Americans Support This” on this subject?)

  3. Jimmy says:

    Oppo – because the President needs to prove HIS citizenship on this subject.

  4. NO_MO_BAMA says:

    The other 22% can’t prove their citizenship

  5. Connecticut Compromise says:

    Oppo –
    -The silence is because he is, no doubt on..or preparing for…another vacation with his family, which we will all pay for.
    -Also, since he cannot run for re-election, polls mean nothing to him now. (CURSE you F.D.R for making the social agenda seem so easy!!)
    -And, did I mention, he was out of town for the funeral of his “legally deported” immigrant aunt who was on welfare and all possible social services while still living in America refusing to become a citizen because she was so proud of her country.
    – Last, but not least: To Obama “The Overwhelming Majority of Americans”…refers only to the Americans with whom he spoke directly to on any given day. A lesson he learned from the Clintons, if I have my facts right.

  6. Oppo says:

    Good ol’ Aunt “The U.S. owes me welfare” Zumia.

    I’m glad to be lectured on fairness and responsibility by the millionaire who let her die in poverty.

  7. Oppo says:

    Which reminds me; how’s his drunk-driving illegal uncle (who got a special deportation cancellation) doing?

  8. c64wood says:

    Or the other 22% pressed 3 if they thought it was a racist poll

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