Monday, January 14, 2008

The Voter ID Fraud

Don't get this wrong. It's an attempt to disenfranchise voters.
There's a war on across the country over who will be allowed to vote in 2008. One of the key battles in the election was fought on January 9 before the Supreme Court.

The case is called Crawford v. Marion County Election Board. It tests an Indiana statute, passed in 2005, requiring voters to present a government-issued ID before they can cast a ballot. The law is aimed at alleged fraudulent voting by unregistered or noncitizen voters. Republicans insist that these voters pose a major problem, despite the fact that every systematic study of the question has concluded that this kind of fraud-called "voter impersonation"-is all but unknown in the United States right now. In fact, authorities in Indiana could not point to a single case of voter impersonation in the state's history.

Via Daily Scare.



Blogger DirkStar said...

How are we supposed to know if black and minority voters are who they really say they are?

What if they vote Democratic tickets and weaken the voting effectiveness of the white Christian conservatives?

Dude,have you no respect for proper government?

Would you have our country sink into ethnic chaos?

There has to be some limit to your Liberal madness...

1/14/2008 01:28:00 PM  
Blogger DirkStar said...

You see how much clearer things are when the antenna are properly aligned on the hat?

1/15/2008 01:01:00 PM  
Blogger SPIIDERWEB™ said...

Ah yes, total anarchy. It is just a matter of time.

Oops. I have no antenna.

1/17/2008 09:27:00 AM  

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