Anyone who’s not a terminal Obamabot or a sagacity-challenged ‘progressive’ knows damn well why Eric Holder’s Department of Injustice is challenging Voter ID laws from one end of the country to the other: there’s no other way they can get non-documented Democrats or the dearly departed to the polls. In South Carolina,
37,295 people listed by the Election Commission as needing photo IDs are deceased. Of those, 957 were found to have voted after the recorded date of their deaths, according to the SC DMV.
Most folks who vote for our modern-day Jackasses are, of course, indubitably brain-dead, but at least the parts of them that live on are legally (if not mentally) qualified to cast a ballot—always assuming that they’re not on the run from La Migra. Dead Republicans, on the other hand, rarely vote—no one’s ever asked them.
Obama and Holder contend that requiring voters to prove they are who they say they are is tantamount to denying their right to vote for a Democrat, despite a Supreme Court ruling to the contrary, and that any such law would most certainly adversely impact minorities and the poor—none of whom, however, seem to have been adversely or in any other way impacted by requiring them to provide a valid ID in order to receive food stamps or welfare checks.
But in 2012, we’re living in the Obama Nation, in the Dawn of the Dead, where common sense, prudent governance, and the rule of law are of no consequence if they interfere with the plans of miscreants hell-bent on establishing socialism from sea to shining sea.