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    September 21, 2006

    House Bill passes to require ID at voting booths, despite Dems.


    Oh how the libs give me a headache these days.

    The House passed a bill today that would require people to show a photo ID when voting in the next presidential election. Why is this even a question?

    Here’s how the voting broke down:

    “The Federal Election Integrity Act was approved on a nearly party-line 228-196 vote. Republicans backed the bill 224-3, with three nonvoters; Democrats opposed it 192-4, with five nonvoters. They were joined in opposition by the House's one independent member.”

    The libs said that this would stop old people and minorities (man they love those two groups) from voting as many of them did not have IDs and could not afford them. The republicans added a provision that these would then be provided for free. The libs didn’t care.


    Because, this stops one of the largest section of Democratic voters from being able to vote, mainly the illegal immigrants. The liberals do not want any bill passed that can make the elections better. If that happens then what will they complain about when they lose.

    "Show me the examples of the problem you're trying to solve," demanded Minority Whip Steny H. Hoyer, Maryland Democrat who accused Republicans of trying to appeal to the "fear and -- yes, perhaps -- the prejudices of people."

    There we go, blaming the Republicans of being racists. That’s original.

    Rep. John Lewis, Georgia Democrat, called the bill a "modern-day poll tax" and charged that the bill "is nothing less than voter suppression."

    Yes, that’s correct. We are suppressing the vote of those people who do not have a right to vote in our country. Not like the liberals tried to suppress the military vote.

    If they had there way they would open voting booths in Iran and Venezuela. Perhaps just let the UN nations vote on our leader and take it completely away from Americans.

    The implication that this is a modern day poll tax is ludicrous and just another attempt to make the Republicans look racist. Just the same old bag of tricks. Unfortunately it will probably work as it has before. The liberals keep going back to it, the black people keep believing the republicans are out to get them, the old folks keep believing the republicans are out to get them and they keep voting in a socialist agenda.

    This is why they do not have any ideas on what better to do for the country. They just continue to shoot down anything the republicans come up with, using lies and accusations to make themselves look as though they are the saviors of the poor.

    Can’t the liberals be honest, just once?

    Is THAT too much to ask for?