Saturday, March 17, 2012

On Voter ID and Gun Rights

I cannot but be amazed by those so adamantly opposed to states requiring a photo id at the voting booth. Some of my Democratic friends see it as a conspiracy to "depress the vote." They, of course, are right. We need to depress the vote of those not legally qualified to vote. Let's not beat around the bush. We all know what we are talking about, to wit, aliens, legal and illegal, voting in US elections.  Does anybody doubt that happens? I am convinced on the basis of anecdotal evidence--nothing I could take to court--that, for example, Senator Reid had his job saved by a massive last-minute turn-out by casino labor unions bringing aliens to the voting booth.

I am currently in California, and can assure you with 100 percent certainty that non-citizens vote here--in some congressional districts they make the difference between losing and winning.  In modern times in the United States, massive vote fraud is a tactic of the Democrats. Dead people voting in Chicago and New Jersey, and aliens voting in Texas, California, Nevada, New Mexico, and elsewhere, are tactics used by the Democrats.

The argument that somehow requiring a valid photo id is a violation of our civil rights is absurd. We all know that to board a plane, register in a hotel, get a drink, you need a valid photo id.

What's that you say, Madam Pelosi? Those aren't rights guaranteed by the Constitution? You got me. You're right. So, then, I guess I can exercise my second amendment right to buy a firearm and do so without a valid photo id? No?  I guess there are rights and there are rights . . ..

1 comment:

  1. Speaking truth to power ... And what can be said about an Attorney General who opposes voter validation?