Monday, March 12, 2012

Obama still supporting vote fraud

You cannot drive without a government ID.  You cannot board a plane or cash a check without one.  In many places you cannot buy nasal decongestant or drain cleaner without one.  Yet, Pres. Obama's Justice Dept. has issued a letter objecting to Texas' law requiring voters to show ID. AP reports:
The Justice Department's civil rights division on Monday objected to a new photo ID requirement for voters in Texas because many Hispanic voters lack state-issued identification. . . . .

In a letter to Texas officials that was also filed in the court case in Washington, the Justice Department said Hispanic voters in Texas are more than twice as likely than non-Hispanic voters to lack a driver's license or personal state-issued photo ID. The department said that even the lowest estimates showed about half of Hispanic registered voters lack such identification.

Really?  Half of the Hispanic population does not drive, does not take planes, and does not cash checks?  Half?  Or, is the voter registration list half-filled with people who don't really exist?

The Obama Administration is also opposing South Carolina's voter ID law.

PREVIOUSLY on the subject of vote fraud:
Is it racist to require a photo ID to buy drain cleaner?
2 Democrats plead guilty in vote fraud case
Who counts ballots: SEIU union members
How vote fraud is done in New Jersey
Obama DoJ: vote fraud helps "increase turnout"
More vote fraud: New York State
How to buy a vote
NJ Dems demand equal rights for fraudulent voters
Nevada accuses ACORN of 39 felonies
Three Obama supporters plead guilty
Another ex-ACORN worker pleads guilty
An insider's guide to vote fraud
Vote fraud update
Absentee ballot and dishonest elections
Fraud and Deceit in 2004

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