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|Subject: Re: Question for TMFPMarti||Date: 7/17/2013 5:28 AM|
|Author: Radish||Number: 689147 of 846843|
Another "extreme outlier":
Ooooohhhh, she'd have to stand in line once every 10 years (at least that's how long an ID is valid for here in California, for seniors). Or maybe that's once every 20 years... I'm not sure if you can renew the ID's once by mail like you can with driver's licenses.
No, not STANDING IN LINE!!! The horror.
Mind you she wouldn't have to literally stand at any time. And probably wouldn't have any trouble getting help with just a call to the Republican or Democratic party office nearest her.
How much do you want to bet that the statement that "lines often stretch down the block" isn't actually true?
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