Carol Platt Liebau: Vote Fraud in St. Louis

Saturday, October 21, 2006

Vote Fraud in St. Louis

Here's more on the ACORN debacle, with suggestions that the organization may have been up to no good not only in Missouri, but in Pennsylvania and Ohio as well -- two other battleground states.

Conveniently, the McCaskill campaign asserts that it knew nothing about the improper campaigning. No doubt it likewise knows nothing about the fraudulent voter cards that ACORN has turned in.

But if Claire McCaskill is really concerned about the issue, why in the world does she oppose a law requiring voter ID at the polls?


Blogger Cavalor Epthith said...

As a non American I cannot understand how the Voter ID card is not a de facto poll tax. Could someone explain how the card doesn't discriminate against those too poor to acquire one?

And an aside if I may . . .

What will the GOP if they are victorious on November 7 do in their first 100 hours?


2:04 PM  
Blogger Editor said...

I whole heartedly support McCaskill for the following reason:

Talent has suggested so many allegations of wrong doing without any proof that he sounds as if he is skippering that swiftboat. And whatever he is offering is lost in the smear campaign.

3:11 PM  
Blogger Marshall Art said...


If it's a poll tax, then I've alread paid mine, as I can prove who I am and carry valid ID on my person like a normal citizen would. There are two years between major elections. If one can't scrape together the denari required to get legal IDs with two years to get it done, they probably aren't smart or responsible enough to cast an intelligent vote. Unfortunately, idiots have the right to vote also. It doesn't discriminate against the poor because they aren't being made to do anything most haven't already done. To ask such a question makes suspect the quality of YOUR vote.

3:52 PM  

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