Thursday, September 21, 2006

Monogrammed T-Shirt? Sure, You Can Vote!

The American Civil Liberties Union has come out against any measures requiring voters to have positive evidence of their identification when casting ballots. The ACLU contends that voter identification laws impose undue and unnecessary burdens on Americans' fundamental right to vote. By ACLU logic, citizens are disenfranchised if they are required to positively identify themselves at election time.

I'd disagree. The only people who would be disenfranchised would be the non-citizens, those who attempt to cast multiple ballots under multiple names, and . . . uh . . . dead people. Nonetheless, Democrats have been supporting the ACLU position. Or, is it the ACLU is supporting the Democrat position? It's hard to tell which group is taking the leadership position. However, it is easy to see that the Democrats and the ACLU are supportively sleeping together on the issue of loosey-goosey election day controls.

Via Stop The ACLU.

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