Wednesday, November 7, 2012

Why Don't These People Have To Show ID to Vote?


Who re-elected Barack Obama? Who stepped into the booths around the country and pulled the lever for the incumbent, giving him the margin of victory many had predicted Gov. Romney would receive?

We can't say for sure because three out of the four most prominent swing states -- OH, PA, and FL -- did not require voters to show a photo ID to vote. (The fourth most prominent, which did require photo ID, was VA.) 
Think about it:  In America, where the most powerful man in the world is elected every four years, you can walk into a polling place and cast a vote without truly identifying yourself. Sure, you have to give them a name, but you don't have to give a photo ID to substantiate it.

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