Sunday, April 22, 2012

Liberal HuffPost Just Can't Help Themselves

I really don't know how many people are so stupid as to believe anything published by Huffington Post/AOL considering how they continually distort the truth. But I'm sure there are fools out there who like being led. Take today's headline, for example, and the story that follows:

"Voter ID Laws: Obama Could Be Hurt By New Registration Curbs". And the story claims, "Voting laws passed by Republican-led legislatures in a dozen states during the past year have sharply restricted voter-registration drives that typically target young, low-income, African-American and Hispanic voters - groups that have backed the Democratic president by wide margins. The new laws - many of which include measures requiring voters to show a photo ID at the polls - could carve into Obama's potential support in Florida"

Every sane person with an IQ higher than a dead person knows that is all false - no ELIGIBLE, LEGAL voter would be stopped by voter I.D. laws. Everyone already has an ID except illegals and all those dead people Democrats like to register. ID is needed to collect food stamps, get married, drive a car, board a plane, cash a check, get into an R rated movie, buy smokes and alcohol. Everyone is covered by at least one of those. So, which "young, low-income, African-American and Hispanic voters" do not have ID? If they are low income, they collect some form of welfare, and they cash checks. And chances are good that they either smoke or drink, and drive a car.

It's time the liberals stopped using lies and fear mongering to try and cheat in elections. There have already been several convictions for voter fraud - every one a Democrat. So the problem is real. Voter I.D. laws may not stop the fraud, but it will certainly curb it substantially, WITHOUT preventing any LEGAL citizen from voting.

Months ago I posted a challenge - bring my proof of even ONE American citizen who wants to vote but does not have and cannot get I.D. Just one. So far, there have been no takers. Not surprised.


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