Pitbull every snack you make every meal you bake poster and canvas

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The Fifteenth Amendment (Amendment XV) to the United States Constitution prohibits the federal government. Pitbull every snack you make every meal you bake poster and canvas. And each state from denying a citizen the right to vote based on that citizen’s “race, color, or previous condition of servitude.

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The basic reasoning is that felons would be bitter about their incarceration and attempt to derail elections in an organized effort. It happened in Australia where they overthrew the penal colonies and took the whole island for themselves. They chose to commit crimes more than likely against their fellow Americans. Sorry not sorry. They don’t get to be rewarded. All you can do is laugh emoji at this point. You have NO rebuttal. Back to spitting out in-breeder worms and plotting domestic terrorism you don’t have the testicular fortitude to enact, dumpster minge. oh commentary again from the person who needed someone else to come up with an answer for him. I’ll ask you again, how many felonies have you committed? Pitbull every snack you make every meal you bake poster and canvas. You didn’t tag me in anything. 8mins ago you tagged the other guy (who blocked me before I could respond. So then you would probably have to concede that felons do not live like the rest of us as most people haven’t committed felonies. I don’t agree when it comes to someone committing a felony. Misdemeanor crimes, fine. A felony is a bit more than a “mistake”. You don’t “mistakenly” decide to sell heroin or crack or commit armed robbery. They’ve proven their judgement is highly questionable and we all know prisons are not there to “reform” anyone. Maybe they were at one point but not any longer.

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