AJs Common Sense Podcast

TIPA Platform Series 31/40 – F02 National Administrative Reforms – Federal Voter Eligibility

December 31, 2019 A J Wildman Episode 31
AJs Common Sense Podcast
TIPA Platform Series 31/40 – F02 National Administrative Reforms – Federal Voter Eligibility
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AJs Common Sense Podcast
TIPA Platform Series 31/40 – F02 National Administrative Reforms – Federal Voter Eligibility
Dec 31, 2019 Episode 31
A J Wildman

 This TIPA problem-solving proposal deals with National Administrative Reforms.  

Please reference the Podcast for more details on this proposal.  

This proposal addresses the issue of whether or not convicted felons (potentially guilty of some serious crimes) should regain the right to vote in Federal elections.  In talking with those very against this – they say these can be convicted murders and do not deserve such a right.  I do see their position.  

 My thoughts are any felon that is in prison cannot vote.  However, once someone has served their court assigned sentence and completed any follow-up probationary period.  They should regain the Federal vote. 

 The problem is that the Court System does not use the Death Penalty nearly as often as it should. That will change with my Obvious Guilt Law (OGL).  Under the OGL, the El Paso Walmart shooter would get one (1) trail; be convicted of pre-meditated murder on hard evidence; no plea bargaining; no insanity plea; and receive the Death Penalty ninety (90) days later. Period.

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"The times are changing, whether we like or can even see it coming".
 
To view the video versions of the entire TIPA platform see the Solutions option at our website www.commonsense2nd.com.
  http://www.commonsense2nd.com/social-problems.html

Read/download the full 718-page book CS2 at https://commonsense2009.typepad.com/ 

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Show Notes

 This TIPA problem-solving proposal deals with National Administrative Reforms.  

Please reference the Podcast for more details on this proposal.  

This proposal addresses the issue of whether or not convicted felons (potentially guilty of some serious crimes) should regain the right to vote in Federal elections.  In talking with those very against this – they say these can be convicted murders and do not deserve such a right.  I do see their position.  

 My thoughts are any felon that is in prison cannot vote.  However, once someone has served their court assigned sentence and completed any follow-up probationary period.  They should regain the Federal vote. 

 The problem is that the Court System does not use the Death Penalty nearly as often as it should. That will change with my Obvious Guilt Law (OGL).  Under the OGL, the El Paso Walmart shooter would get one (1) trail; be convicted of pre-meditated murder on hard evidence; no plea bargaining; no insanity plea; and receive the Death Penalty ninety (90) days later. Period.

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"The times are changing, whether we like or can even see it coming".
 
To view the video versions of the entire TIPA platform see the Solutions option at our website www.commonsense2nd.com.
  http://www.commonsense2nd.com/social-problems.html

Read/download the full 718-page book CS2 at https://commonsense2009.typepad.com/ 

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Support the show (http://www.commonsense2nd.com)