Monday, April 28, 2008

Knocking off voters

Advocates: Voter ID ruling may disenfranchise US voters
By DEBORAH HASTINGS, AP National Writer Mon Apr 28, 7:27 PM ET
The Supreme Court's refusal to strike down an Indiana law requiring government-issued photo identification at the ballot box could disenfranchise minority and elderly voters at next week's primary and prompt other states to pass similar laws, voting advocates said Monday.


Here we go. 25,000 voters here, 50,000 there. Whatever it takes; these fascist bastards will do whatever they have to to cull voters who might be more inclined to vote for the people's candidate rather than their chosen whore.
Look for many more rulings, laws and other policy that will cull the voting rolls.

3 comments:

Chris M said...

this is actually really messed up. i don't know of any other state with this requirement, although many will no doubt enact them now. Indiana's got an awful election system. the polls close at 6:00, too. total voter suppression technique.

SagaciousHillbilly said...

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SagaciousHillbilly said...

Hello Chris M. Nice to see you here at my warm calm and friendly blog.
I believe there are 20 or so states that require photo ID.