The idea that there is abuse or corruption among people who are allowed to vote in general elections and that reform is needed is sweeping the country. Just about half of the states are in the process of amending their laws that prescribe what is needed for their citizens to register and vote. Critics of this idea say that reform is not needed, that there is no wide spread abuse yet proponents of the idea are rolling up victories in states across the country. Naturally, most of the people who have signed on to this idea are Republicans who want to increase the chances that their really marginally conservative Republican nominee, Mitt Romney will have a chance to beat President Obama.
If Republicans insist on voter registration reform, then Democrats or opponents of the idea ought to insist, require the following measure be put in place to accompany it
if you were to show up at the polls in November, and the poll worker were to ask you “Is President Obama a Muslim or a Christian?” and you answered “Muslim,” then — bzzzzzt — you’d be automatically disqualified from voting, on the grounds you’re just too dumb.
- Voter ID Defenders Make Major Admission (huffingtonpost.com)
- Romney Campaign Joins Voter Suppression Efforts In Virginia (crooksandliars.com)