Who wrote this in the constitution?

United States
October 27, 2008 9:13pm CST
Today Senator Ted Stevens was convicted of seven counts of corruption, but who cares. Around half of the people in Alaska don't, and worse: Nor does the Constatution of the United States of America. It is amazing that Ted Stevens can not vote for himself, but he can still hold the office that he isn't allowed to vote for. Do you think this is right?
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@anniepa (24840)
• United States
6 Nov 08
I may not have come across this discussion until a week after you started it but I understood exactly what you meant with no clarification. I don't know what to say except that NO, I do NOT think this is right but it looks like he's going to get reelected. I'm sorry, no offense intended toward the Alaskan people but I really have to ask some of them "WHAT ARE YOU THINKING?" Annie
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• United States
28 Oct 08
Can you clarify this a bit? I'm not sure what you are saying...
• United States
28 Oct 08
Do I need to draw you a diagram? Should I have typed it slower? Open up your internet explorer, and go to CNN and read the article. It will explain everything.
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• United States
28 Oct 08
Excuse me, your post makes no sense. You don't reference ANY news report or any website. You don't say why the man can't vote for himself. You don't give any clue as to what you are referring to. And when I asked you to clarify, you give me this nasty, rude response??? You'll be lucky to get ANY responses to your mixed up post.
• Alexandria, Virginia
28 Oct 08
convicted felons can not vote by operation of law
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