Monday, June 27, 2022

And there I go thinking again. What was I thinking doing that?

 So if I move to France or Spain illegally can I vote there? The idiots in New York must have thought that was a good idea...  
I really don't understand how some people come to the conclusions they do. Must be that rational mind I have. Juss' sayin'...
How can you let someone who isn't even supposed to be here in the first place vote?

And the fact that it had to go all the way to the State Supreme Court 
should scare the crap out of everyone. 

The New York state Supreme Court struck down a New York City law allowing noncitizens to vote on Monday. 
The New York City Council approved a law last December allowing legal residents who have been in the city for at least 30 days, including those with green cards and DACA recipients, to vote in city elections starting in 2023. The law would have added around 800,000 noncitizens to the city's voter rolls, but would not have allowed them to vote in state or federal elections.  
In January the Republican National Committee (RNC), New York Republican party and a number of other city council members who voted against the legislation filed suit. 
The New York state Supreme Court struck down a New York City law allowing noncitizens to vote on Monday. 
The New York City Council approved a law last December allowing legal residents who have been in the city for at least 30 days, including those with green cards and DACA recipients, to vote in city elections starting in 2023. The law would have added around 800,000 noncitizens to the city's voter rolls, but would not have allowed them to vote in state or federal elections.  
In January the Republican National Committee (RNC), New York Republican party and a number of other city council members who voted against the legislation filed suit. 
 

Justice Ralph Porzio, of Staten Island, ruled Monday that the law violated the state constitution which requires voters be citizens, but the case could continue on to the Court of Appeals. 
The justice ruled that the law also violated New York State election law and the Municipal Home Rule. He said that to give noncitizens the right to vote there must be a referendum. 
More than a dozen communities across the U.S. already allow non-citizens to cast ballots in local elections, including 11 towns in Maryland and two in Vermont, but New York would have been the first major city to do so. 
 

Some states, including Alabama, Arizona, Colorado and Florida, have adopted rules that would preempt any attempts to pass laws 
like the one in New York City. 
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They didn't consider this in their 'Green Plan', did they?

  There's a story about this in today's New York Post. You can find it here: https://nypost.com/2022/10/06/electric-vehicles-catchin...