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Justice Department Investigating Pennsylvania's Voter ID Law
- Wednesday, 25 July 2012 08:17
- Written by Darrell Lect
Leave it to the White House and the former defender of terrorists, Attorney General Eric Holder, to make politics and getting re-elected a top priority. Following a plethora of lawsuits against states that are trying to crackdown on voter fraud, the Obama Justice Department is investigating whether Pennsylvania's new voter ID law is discriminatory. This is the same dog and pony show the DOJ has exercised against other states in an effort to allow people to vote without showing identification.
Translation: Democrats rely on voter fraud and they can't allow anything to interrupt their operation during what will be a close election.
It's almost guaranteed the DOJ will sue Pennsylvania, as they have other states. The claim is that this law discriminates against minorities - a major voting base for Democrats - because they can't afford to purchase identification. Never mind how they manage to drive or purchase alcohol, they can't be expected to provide identification when voting!
From FOX News:
There is a problem with voter fraud in America and Democrats refuse to take action because their party benefits from it. So instead, we hear cries of discrimination and racism because minorities, unlike other Americans, apparently, shouldn't be expected to have an ID, which costs about $20. The funny part is last month, when Eric Holder spoke at an event, attendees were required to show their ID in order to enter. Obviously any event that includes incoherent mumbling from Holder is more important than voting.
Requiring identification is just the start at stopping voter fraud. Absentee ballots also remain a substantial issue. What we do know is that Mitt Romney has to win by a larger margin this fall in order to compensate for the fraudulent votes cast for Obama. Labor unions thugs and ACORN play a big role in amassing extra votes for their Dear Leader.
Darrell Lect is a contributing editor for Habledash.