No ID No Vote

Tennessee bill would require photo ID to vote

Voters would be required to show photo identification before they can cast ballots under a proposal passed on to the full Senate on Tuesday.

The measure sponsored by Republican Sen. Bill Ketron of Murfreesboro passed the State and Local Government Committee on a 6-3 vote along party lines and will be scheduled for a vote on the Senate floor.

Party lines? Does that mean one party is favor of not caring if the election is legitimate?

Michigan requires photo ID to vote, and Murdoc never takes his out when he approaches the table to get his ballot. He wants to see if the old ladies manning the polling station are going to enforce the law. They always do.

Personally, Murdoc doesn’t think you should be allowed to vote for kindergarten snack person without a photo ID. (via Instapundit)

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  1. Everywhere where this has been advanced, the democrats have violently opposed it. Wonder why they would be so against the idea of being able to positively identify the legitimacy of a voter before allowing them to vote?

    (The answer should be obvious to anyone familiar with the democrat party and its antics.)

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