Friday, October 26, 2012

Voter Suppression in Chicago?

A horrible crime has taken place. Right here in the U.S. of A., in Illinois, voter suppression-style ID laws are being used to keep down the vote. These racist pollsters had the gall to ask this African-American (pictured below) early voter to show his identification to cast his ballot.

Delegates Morrissey and McClellan! Where are you to crusade?! 

(Picture credit: USA Today, MANDEL, NGAN, AFP/Getty Images)

President Obama quipped to pollsters about the suspicious lack of gray hair in the driver's license he showed to Chicago electoral workers. Democratic efforts to offset their disadvantage on Election Day by urging early voting and absentee ballots have been in full swing. President Obama himself tweeted his supporters to "join me".

While all across the nation, blue-staters decry the unfair "vote suppressing" that follows voter identification laws; in Illinois, the greatest among them had no problem whatsoever presenting his, as required by law, to vote early.

Recent developments in Virginia as well as other locales across the nation have led many to believe that Democratic poll tampering is a real risk in this election. Does that have something to do with the deafening silence that we are hearing from the usual proponents of the absurd idea of "voter suppression"?

VA GOP Caucus

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