Thursday, August 13, 2009

Voter ID Required for Town Hall--But Not To Vote

The artist formerly known as Stuart Smalley and many other politicians elected by slim margins often owe their narrow election victories to "voter outreach"--i.e., ballot fraud by ACORN and other community organizers as facilitated by ethically compromised state officials themselves elected through the Soros-funded Secretary of State Project.

In general, Democrats really come apart at the seams in response to common-sense proposals to require showing a photo ID to vote. They usually block legislation to that effect in state houses where they hold the majority.

Even Mexico, among many other countries, has a more secure voting process than the U.S.

Last year, Democrats even went all the way to the Supreme Court in an unsuccessful bid to set aside an innocuous Indiana photo ID law.

So now NewsBusters reports that a Democrat lawmaker, Rep. Eugene Green of Texas, who opposes photo ID for federal elections, is nonetheless insisting on a photo ID to gain entry to his town hall meetings. This is, of course to verify that attendees live in his district. In other words, you need to bring an ID to talk to him, but not to vote for him.

What's wrong with this "picture"?

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