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The Politics and Realities of Voter ID

anazunigamaus Wrote: Apr 10, 2012 6:50 PM
To show ID will be an improvement to the status quot, but the problem here is that the illegals have plenty papers, some else identity in most cases, but they all have fraudulent papers, so the solution will be a fraud proof ID to vote, something like most countries of the world already have, and the Democrats are dead opposed to something like this, because they are the ones that benefit from the illegal vote. As to the elderly and the poor been burden by having to get an ID, not so, 98% of them already have some kind of ID, because you need some kind of ID for any thing you do in America. So I really don't see the problem, it is more like and excuse of the Dem. that want to keep the illegal vote coming.
oldnjal Wrote: Apr 11, 2012 12:21 AM
Absolutely. Everyone knows it.
My mind goes back to Alinsky, all the time. Check the tactics.
For him, the end justifies the means.
I am the only one that goes back to the true report of a Liberal fanatic who damaged a Colorado Democratic Election headquarters and tried to say Republicans did it. But the police caught her, red handed. That story disappeared quickly. But it indicates who we are dealing with.


In 2004, I authored the Prop 200: Arizona Taxpayers and Citizens Protection Act.   The law required  proof of citizenship to register to vote, a photo I.D. when voting, and proof of eligibility to receive non-federal mandated public benefits.  The Left and even many RINOs like John McCain screamed racism, but Arizona voters passed it by an overwhelming margin.

It seems like déjà vu, as States across the country are cracking down on voting fraud by passing voter ID laws.  The Obama administration led by Attorney General Eric Holder and the organized Left respond by claiming it will...