A couple weeks ago, Texas’ voter ID law was struck down, because, y’know, it’s a burden on the poor to have to get ID to exercise their rights.
(CBS/AP) WASHINGTON – A federal court has ruled against a Texas law that would require voters to present photo IDs to election officials before being allowed to cast ballots in November.
A three-judge panel in Washington ruled Thursday that the law imposes “strict, unforgiving burdens on the poor” and noted that racial minorities in Texas are more likely to live in poverty.
Makes sense… since you can go and exercise so many other rights without ID. Like your right to assemble. Or your right to bear arms. Oh, that’s right… you can’t do those things. Heck, you couldn’t even keep soldiers from quartering on your property if you couldn’t prove it was your property.
Now, Pennsylvania’s voter ID law is being challenged by the ACLU and other leftist groups that want illegal voting. There’s no real way around that. You can’t support democracy by letting non-citizens vote, by letting one man equal twenty votes, etc. They’re for illegal voting and voter fraud. They’re hoping that they can make things so difficult that states will be forced to allow anyone to vote.
After all, that’s the Chicago way.