Leave it to politicians to politicize common sense. That’s what happening on both sides of the aisle when it comes to voter identification, though Democrats are pressing the bounds of politicization much further. The latest example is the Supreme Court’s unwillingness to address a North Carlina voter ID law struck down by a lower court.
The Democrats say such laws are racist. They know that minorities are less likely to have valid forms of identification, so they make them the victims of laws that require identification in order to vote. They stop with voting, though. They don’t point out that the same should apply to buying age-restricted items like tobacco or alcohol. There are other situations that require identification, but we’ll focus on that one.
By law, one has to present a valid form of identification in order to purchase restricted items. If progressive sensitivities (aka their liberal agenda) say that voting is a right that should not be taken from someone just because they don’t have proper identification, shouldn’t the same be said about buying beer? Cigarettes? If someone is a U.S. citizen who has chosen to not get valid identification, why should their right to purchase items be removed based upon racial discrimination? They should just be able to go in and say that they’re of a valid age just as a voter can in North Carolina today.
If that doesn’t make any sense to you, it’s because you can’t warp your brain to the way that a liberal is required to think.
One might wonder how the Republicans are politicizing it. The reality is that they have a solution. All they have to do is set a law declaring acceptable forms of identification for all age-restricted activities. Buying alcohol or tobacco would be included. Entering premises that cater to adult patrons such as bars, casinos, or strip clubs would be included. Some things, such as buying a firearm, require two forms of valid identification. And yes, voting should be included on the list because it’s age-restricted as well.
@Ajay42302: What a nice weekend,perfect weather, saw my favorite deer and her fawn, and a little pine snake only the size of a pencil.
So voter ID whats the big deal? show your license that you should be carrying when you drove to your place of voting. If its all the other issues there should have been as big a battle when those bad things happened, I am just so happy that all these things have no effect what so ever to real voters.
@Ajay42302: Still waiting for that specific list of people or groups of people who can live in the US legally with out government ID..
@Ajay42302: Give us the list of people who do not have a government ID. Either put up or shut up!
@Randy: I’ve tried that. Right now, he has his mommy guarding the door to the basement he lives in while he bravely “mans” his keyboard.
@Bill: People like AJAY just wastes the time of people who actual can think and express themselves.
@Randy: They might just have terminated him early when they found out he was operating without a brain…