Symmetry wrote:Phatscotty wrote:Symmetry wrote:Of course there is. Voting is a right. If you have to purchase an ID in order to vote, you're having to purchase your right to vote from the state.
If your argument is that you don't need ID because voting is a right, then the same goes for guns.....right?
Not really, owning a gun as a right is a peculiarity of the US. I don't consider it a right. A right to own something ain't the same as a right to vote, in any case.
You shouldn't have to purchase your vote.
Then why are you commenting on issues that have to do with US Constitutional rights? In the US, owning a gun is on an equal level as voting, speaking, following a religion, etc.