Sunday, November 02, 2014


Here's a picture I shared last week on facebook:

And here's the text I wrote to accompany the post:
Voter fraud, of the impersonation variety, which the people pushing these laws say they're combating, is statistically insignificant. That is, it's so rare that it might as well not exist. It doesn't affect elections. There is no need for such laws. It it ain't broke, don't fix it. No need at all.

What it's really about, of course, is keeping Democrats, who are traditionally supported by the young, the old, the poor, and others who have difficulty obtaining such ID, from voting. Anybody who doesn't think so is either a fool or a liar. These laws are about stealing elections, and are therefore anti-American.
'Nuff said.