Monday, April 28

6-3 majority

An important Supreme Court ruling today on the Constitutionality of voter ID laws. In a 6-3 vote, the Court upheld Indiana's strict photo identification requirement.

From the Hill:

“The application of the statute to the vast majority of Indiana voters is amply justified by the valid interest in protecting ‘the integrity and reliability of the electoral process,’ ” wrote Justice John Paul Stevens in a ruling joined by Chief Justice John Roberts and Justice Anthony Kennedy."

Beyond the logic of the decision, Democrats and 'civil rights' groups say requiring voters to display identification might 'deter poor, older and minority voters' from voting. I bet it will. If you aren't registered to vote and you try to cast a ballot, you sure as hell don't want to be asked to show ID.

This is tantamount to the Democrats admitting they cheat. What other conclusion can we possibly draw?

Bad news for Obama? I'd say it's worse news for Clinton. Her voters are poor and uneducated.


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