By Mick Gregory
The U.S. Supreme Court is hearing arguments that an Indiana law requiring voters to present photo identification imposes an “unconstitutional burden.”
Isn’t it ironic that the case is scheduled the same week the Clinton-backed East Coast Democrat machine may have stole the New Hampshire primary?
The court’s questioning during an hour-long oral argument seemed to fall along a left vs. middle divide. But the justice most often in recent years to play the decisive role — Anthony M. Kennedy — made it clear he did not share the challengers’ view of the burden that producing a photo ID imposes.
“You want us to invalidate a statute on the ground that it’s a minor inconvenience to a small percentage of voters?” Kennedy asked Washington lawyer Paul M. Smith, who argued the case on behalf of the Indiana Democratic Party, the American Civil Liberties Union.
Why isn’t this story a front page, above the fold story? The public should know that the Democrat party wants to make it easy for illegal immigrants, non citizens to vote in elections. We have to show IDs when we pay with a check or credit card.
What kind of stupid, milk toast sheeple do the Democrats think we are? This is about keeping voter fraud safe to elect Democrats. It’s similar to the way Democrats and the mafia in Chicago kept photos off of Illinois drivers licenses for decades longer than any other state. With photo voter IDs it is a lot harder for crooks to do business.
Are you starting to see? There really is a big difference between Democrats and Republicans.