Floridastorm Wrote:
Nov 08, 2012 8:33 AM
Folks, a simple fact. You don't have to be an American citizen to vote. All you have to have is a driver's license photo ID and a residence in the county that you should vote in. Has the voter registration office in your county ever asked you for a birth certificate, naturalization papers, or an American passport? Of course not. Well, if not, how do they determine that you are an American citizen? No photo ID, in the US, with the exception of an initial American passport, requires you to produce a birth certificate or naturalization papers. The politicians all know this and most Americans should know this. So, a photo ID when voting means absolutely nothing. All it tells the polling officials is that the photo is you.