Given that all 50 states listed a current nearly 6 million who couldn't vote, and MOST of those states did not disenfranchise released felons even saying 6 million seems to err on the side of caution in a big way- considering those states that do disenfranchise released felons had a ratio of between 5 and 10 times a total population as to that currently incarcerated. Even at 6 million, it's a frightening ratio when compared to the less than 750,000.
I'm also concerned at the less than 800 under indictment. Really? Less than 800, even federally, nationwide?
Last edited by JimDandy; March 19, 2013 at 04:39 PM.