I can understand ID cards but all of a sudden a Photo ID? These Republicans know many low income families are living hand to mouth and can't afford the time or money to get the new Photo Id's. This is nothing more then manipulating the vote in their favor! Obviously a ploy of desperation to get Romney in the Whitehouse! What do you think?
I think some are, yes.
This happens to varying degrees every election. For instance, in some areas, Democrats push for early voting to be allowed, because they get better turnout that way(more of an increase than Republicans). Republicans will fight those laws in areas where it will hurt them.
There is a whole lot of dirty played in elections, and we'll probably never know the half of it.
Of course, they are. It is called process by elimination. The game is being played and winner takes all!
Wow - 75% of Americans favor voter photo ID:
http://www.washingtonpost.com/page/2010 … Oe75nF-yhQ
Probably don't realize how many people will be denied their right to vote. Probably don't realize many seniors give up licenses and don't have picture id. Probably don't realize how involved and in some states expensive it is to get a state picture id. Or they're republicans trying to get Romney elected at "any means!"
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