Our Justice Departments position challenging State laws that require picture ID to vote are beyond bias and stupidity. Actions like this clearly show how common sense is has disappeared from every government agency in America and ignoring the laws is encouraged by our hate filled President.
The purpose is quite clear that this common sense identification requirement will absolutely prevent the Progressive-Liberal-Democrats from allowing anyone dead, comic book characters and illegal aliens from voting.
My good friend, Ron Jenkins, lives in the San Antonio Texas area where stuffing ballot boxes, dead people voting, allowing the illegals and people like Poncho Villa, Mickey Mouse, the Pope to vote was invented. Lyndon Johnson who created more wasteful government welfare programs than anyone but President Obama, won his Senate seat with stuffed ballot boxes that recorded more votes than existed in several counties. I feel certain that Illinois was the original State that created most illegal voting methods in use today in far too many States.
Ron is and has been an election judge for several years in Bexar County and he just sent a letter to the local newspaper that does an outstanding job of detailing the stupidity of not requiring adequate voter identification and he allowed me to include it in this article.
Sent: Thursday, November 26, 2015 3:09 PM
Subject: ID Bias Everywhere (ltrs to Editor)
Your paper continues to print letters from individuals who appear to have no understanding of the purpose, and justification for the requirement for to show a photo ID when seeking to vote.
To re-state the obvious, the purpose is to prevent persons from voting who are ineligible to do so. Non US citizens, convicted felons and people who have already voted are among those who are ineligible.
Poor and minority voters, US citizen voters and non-felons, are not included in those categories.
An Election Identification Certificate (EIC) is free for the asking and is accepted at any and all polling places. It is obtained at any Texas DPS, drivers licensing facility, without charge.
How many minority voters don’t have or can’t get one of the myriad of forms of acceptable photo ID’s? ID’s such as: a Naturalization Certificate, Certificate of Citizenship, a US Passport or Passport Card; and any Department of Defense Common Access Card, all US active duty, retired military & civilian ID cards.
The most common photo ID is a Texas drivers license (and to a lesser extent, a Concealed Handgun license).
And, finally, anyone who has applied to the Social Security Administration or the Department of Veterans Affairs and has been granted an exception to the photo ID requirement, because they have at least a 50% disability rating.
So, who can’t legally obtain one or more of these forms of photo ID? Probably someone who isn’t eligible. Critic’s point to the lack of documentation for the numbers of individuals who have voted illegally.The main reason for the lack of that proof is simple. There is no mechanism to record failed attempts to vote. Individuals who can’t prove eligibility, simply walk away and may try again at some other polling place. That would occur in precincts that require some sort of proof of a voters current residence.
Never forget that voting is a privilege, reserved to US citizens, that has been fought and paid for by the sacrifice of countless patriots; soldiers, sailors, airmen and marines. Just being a resident in this country doesn’t make anyone eligible to vote. Please educate those who don’t know or who don’t care to know.
AS of today his letter has not been published and probably never will appear as the majority of newspapers left in Texas are either Progressive-Liberal or 100& owned by Demoncrats. The only daily newspaper where I live is the Beaumont Enterprise that is so liberal it makes me sick. We do have a local weekly newspaper, The Sabine County Reporter, that is so afraid of losing advertising any political letters must be bought Ad’s. This is one of the reasons I started this blog is to share my politically Conservative positions without the expense of advertising. I do not charge for the nearly 900 articles I have written and/or published.
We do have a new on-line newspaper, “dailynewsandmore”, that has ask permission to publish any of my articles they choose.
It is time to make sure that of all rights we have, voting, must be done with 100% integrity. C Brewer