I’ve not been a big supporter of document production at polling stations, but where the majority or their representatives have spoken, I don’t see what constitutional grounds you object to it on.
States provide an I.D. that works like a driver’s license but doesn’t provide permission to drive. Nobody is being denied the right to have a valid I. D., so where’s the beef.
I suppose someone could say they refuse to get an I. D., but then how do you tell them from an illegal alien?
One solution would be to get the illegal aliens out of our nation, but we haven’t had any success with that.
“One solution would be to get the illegal aliens out of our nation, but we havent had any success with that.”
At best that’s only a partial solution anyway. There would still be people voting at multiple precincts, people voting where they don’t reside (especially students), and voting felons.
The State will provide a FREE ID if you go to the DMV and ask for one. Why haven't any of the groups bringing up the lawsuits organized any effort to help the alleged 220,000 that can't get an ID, GET AN ID ??? Wouldn't that be more helpful?
Think of the demographic of people who:
1. Don’t have an ID to show.
2. Have one, but are so fearful of showing it that they won’t vote if they have to show one.
You cannot apply for welfare without an id. The basis for concern is absurd. This is politicking from the bench.
One (imperfect) test would be to converse with them in English for a few seconds. If they have trouble with routine language, or if they can't speak English intelligibly, then they should be flagged for further scrutiny. Ah, but that would be "profiling," wouldn't it?
Yes, illegal aliens aren't allowed by law to vote anywhere in the United States, but the same applies to legal aliens. One must be, at the minimum, a citizen of the United States to vote, even though such a requirement might be viewed as potentially damaging to the 'Rats' electoral chances. So pro-'Rat judges like this guy in Wisconsin are effectively weakening a wise law for purely political purposes. That's legislating from the bench.
I’ve got it. If a child is born in this country and at least one of the parents has a valid picture ID, the child is given a photo ID. Problem solved. Wonder if I can get a job with the Feds?
SCOTUS has already upheld Indiana’s photo ID law.
I have a simple solution. Put a bounty on em.
I never gave id laws any thought either, as I was born and raised in CT, and I always had to show ID to vote. But not in MA.
However, the other day, I needed sudafed for a sinus headache, and I had to produce not only an ID, but had to sign for it so they could check to see how often I buy it????? AND to make sure if I come back too soon, they have me on record???? And these idiots have a problem verifying they are eligible to vote? Half this country, and most of WA and the courts, have lost their collective minds!