Got this from a friend. Make of it what you will.
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A forever growing list:
The original I saw on Facebook was much shorter.
If anyone knows of more to add, feel free to let me know.
We need responsible, mature, honest, non-partisan updates to our voting application, registration, methods.
Otherwise …., well, watch this. And guess how folks in Minnesota might feel about this issue.
(I overheard someone in COSTCO the other day returning a purchase. First thing the attendant said was they would need to see picture ID. How about that.)
That’s the State Attorney General talking.
Remember that company? The one that the Obama regime bailed out (even though they would still close down)?
Well so do a lot of us.
That’s criminal. How do you like your change now?
Remember in November 2012. And here’s an ad by the Americans For Prosperity to help you remember.
There have been prior versions floating around, but I wanted to update the list to see where this goes and if it grows “legs.”
If anyone has extra information to add, please be so kind to let me know. I will be happy to update and re-post it.
That’s how this Hot Air article portrays him. Nevertheless, this article is an excellent read and blockquotes this tidbit within theirs:
The 1965 Voting Rights Act was created to combat the systematic disenfranchisement of minorities, especially in Southern states with a history of discrimination. But the Justice position is a lead zeppelin, contradicting both the Supreme Court and the Department’s own precedent. In 2005, Justice approved a Georgia law with the same provisions and protections of the one Mr. Holder nixed for South Carolina. In 2008, the Supreme Court ruled 6-3 in Crawford v. Marion County Election Board that an Indiana law requiring photo ID did not present an undue burden on voters.
But betting man? Holder? I’m surprised has hasn’t folded his hand. He really should.
Read the whole article as Hot Air’s Ed Morrissey points out that the photo-id established by Indiana and others are provided to the applicant for free.