Skip to comments.Mexican Immigrant Texas State Rep. Responds To Liberal/NPR Talking Points On Voter I.D.
Posted on 07/12/2012 6:23:54 PM PDT by pepeajr1
ALISEDA: I’ve had people tell me that. Yes, that’s correct. They do not have confidence in the system.
YOU GOT THAT RIGHT!
I’m sending this guy a campaign donation. BRAVO!
That reporter gets the Moron of the Day award. Geez.
The thing that nobody ever seems to talk about when arguing this is...
Here in Nevada, we have no ID. All I have to do is show up at the poll and state my name, the guy will say do you live at XXX address, I say yes, and he gives me the ballot. I could vote for anybody and everybody in my neighborhood. I could also have registered under a fake name with ACORN and get my ballot. If the name is in the register, you just tell them that is your name and you vote. Each time there is a new shift, go vote again. Every day show up with a new disguise. If I made 100 fake registrations with acorn, from the time early voting started, I could probably vote 100 times in the same precinct much less all the other ones in town. That is the argument nobody ever seems to mention.
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