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Monday, March 12, 2012

Holder Kills Texas Voter I.D. Law

 It was expected and it surprises me it took them as long as it did. Today the Dept of Justice killed a Texas voter I.D. law. Democrats have made voter fraud big business and without it they would not do as well as they do. They have national groups and organizations whose sole purpose seems to be rigging the election process by hook or crook. They of course claim that voter fraud is not a problem and that those who support tighter control of the voting process are at best, against the poor and at worst racists. If you are paying attention however and know where and how to look ( not the national news casts ) there are voter fraud cases that come to light nearly ever week. In any case the Dept of Justice killed a Texas voter I.D. law stating that many Hispanic voters do not have state issued I.D. In short they are saying that certain people should be exempt from attaining one of the most basic necessity's needed in our modern society and that their decision to do so should be allowed to decide and affect our voting process. To put it bluntly the democrats are insisting that a large % of their voters are to stupid or lazy to meet the basic lawful standards required to vote and that being the case its up to the rest of us to accept the consequences of their inability or laziness.

Holder DOJ Stops Texas’ Voter ID Law: We Told You So

This is no surprise. But it could have been avoided:

The Justice Department’s civil rights division on Monday objected to a new photo ID requirement for voters in Texas because many Hispanic voters lack state-issued identification.

In regard to Texas, “I cannot conclude that the state has sustained its burden” of showing that the newly enacted law has neither a discriminatory purpose nor effect, Thomas E. Perez, the head of the Justice Department’s civil rights division, said in a letter to the Texas secretary of state.

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