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Old May 11, 2012, 06:08 PM   #12
Addicted2Shooting
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I think we can all agree that his right to carry was violated.

His right to vote was limited by the restrictions placed before him, but not altogether denied. He did have the option to vote, but it would require that he give up another right to do so.

As long as there's nothing set in stone that says your right to vote is guaranteed free and clear of all restrictions, then I guess you can say he was not denied the right to vote.
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