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- Jul 5, 2006
Thanks for responding. Going a bit deeper; you note, in Denmark that you have: "a central registry for all persons living in Denmark and thus we know who is allowed to vote." (emphasis added). To a degree I am repeating myself, but the Democrats are doing everything possible to obscure who is legally allowed to vote in the US. As some quick examples, proof of US citizenship is not required, Democrats prevent the purging of ineligible people from the voting roles, and in some cases registration/voting occur on the same day, so there is essentially no vetting. Recently this story broke: SC counties ordered to stop rejecting absentee ballots over mismatched signatures (Note: the article is poorly written. Nevertheless I think the headline may correctly summarize that ballots, even if suspect, have to be accepted. This would further undermine the integrity of the voting process.)Another major difference.
We have a central registry for all persons living in denmark andd thus we know who is allowed to vote.
Basically it means we have a unique id for each person that follows you from birth to grave and beyond.
Many reasearchers, especially of the medical kind, loves to dig into the different registers we have because they alle reference this id.