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Not true. We require an ID to perform many tasks, driving an automobile, flying an aircraft, etc. The real reason that liberals are so against positive voter ID, is that the leftist idealogs want desperately to skew the voter base and therefore insure a leftist agenda is sustainable in the future. There are no arguments that do not support positive voter ID as as way to cast a ballot in this country. Insuring that one is, who they claim to be, only makes sense. It is easy to obtain a State issued ID. If the ones who want to vote care enough to make it to the polls, they will find a way to make it to the local DMV to get an acceptable ID. This requirement in no way, violates anyones constitutional right.


Shamefully, GOP leaders around the country have admitted that they use tactics like voter intimidation, Voter ID, and voter purge in order to reduce the amount of minority voters. The GOP only supports the constitution when it benefits them. http://www.thedailybeast.com/articles/2012/08/13/michael-tomasky-on-how-the-gop-plans-to-block-the-black-vote.html



The last line of this article had me in stitches since I had read a comment from a poll that said that UFO sightings are more common than Voter Fraud. http://www.motherjones.com/politics/2012/07/voter-id-laws-charts-maps

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Milan Simonich writes about New Mexico politics and government from the Santa Fe Bureau for the Texas-New Mexico Newspapers Partnership.

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