Skip to comments.MA Democrats: No Entry to Convention Without Photo ID (Hypocrisy 101)
Posted on 06/02/2012 3:29:03 PM PDT by ak267
In recent years, Democrats have argued that requiring voters to show photo IDs prior to voting is an egregious act of voter suppression. Ben Jealous, of the NAACP, has gone so far as to argue that such requirements are tantamount to modern-day Jim Crow laws. In the world they inhabit, lots of voters don't have access to photo IDs, so requiring voters to provide this will "disenfranchise" them and leave them out of the democratic process. Funny they don't feel that way for their own party conventions.
On Saturday, Massachusetts delegates will meet in their state's Democrat party convention. The votes of these delegates will determine whether there are primary elections for their party nominations. With so much at state, Democrats have decided to implement Voter ID requirements:
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It obviously isn’t to confirm their citizenship, but rather to confirm their legitimate mandatory insurance coverage. ;^(
Where is Al Sharpton and Jesse Jackson, obviously this is a civil rights issue/sarc
It sounds like the commie ‘RATS are going to “disenfranchise” the po’ folks. I imagine the DNC white boys want them to just shut up and vote in the general election anyway.
No, seriously, someone should raise that hue and cry and when they are told it is a ridiculous argument, say "well, how is that different at the polling place???"
The entire reason they did this was because they wanted to fix it so Elizabeth Warren did not have a primary opponent. This would make a great campaign ad for Scott Brown.
Racists!!!!!!!! Racists!!!!! How will all their minority people get inside?
>>But one feisty voter was less conciliatory. Jozef Sliwkowski of Chappaquiddick fired a warning shot to the partys delegates in an email yesterday: You want our vote in November. You want our dollars now. OK. One condition you open the Convention to all comers. ... We represent some 10 voting age family members. ... Smoke filled, backroom deals went out in the 60s bring it back and we will all vote Republican for the first time in our lives.