Re: Can we vote?

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Posted by Bill Morris on February 06, 1998 at 13:07:19:

In Reply to: Re: Paul Mitchell: There is 2nd witness to Constitution posted by Committee for Original Intent on December 29, 1997 at 23:57:35:

: I need some imput on the following situation. I tried to register to vote yesterday at the county clerk's office. Now before everyone jumps all over me I was aware of the potential implications in signing of Adhesion Contracts, however we have a big election coming up with the chance of electing a constitutionally oriented sherrif and changing a corrupt departing.

Anyhow, as I attempted to register I was told I had to answer 4 questions verbally. The 2nd question said that if I register to vote in the Stat of Colorado I also agree to register my vehicles, get a drivers license and the last point pay income taxes! ! ! ! I took issue with the county clerk on that last point in taxes. I asked what does income tax have to do with voting? She said " it was one of the requirements for proving I was a "resident"
Can anyone tell me if there is a way to vote without perjuring myself. And how can they prevent me from voting on the basis of income tax.

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