Archive for April 9th, 2012
…but I seriously doubt that he will admit still that we need voter ID laws.
Sometimes, people just don’t get it. Or maybe they do and they just don’t want to admit it because if they do, it shows that they are very wrong about things.
I personally believe we need voter ID laws. Now before all you lib-crats out there begin having kittens about disenfranchisement and people being denied their vote, perhaps they should see this latest stunt by Project Veritas’ own James O’Keefe.
By the way, if you don’t remember, O’Keefe was the guy who embarrassed organizations like Planned Parenthood, ACORN, Medicaid, and NPR by showing different aspects of fraud and putting them out there on video.
So, O’Keefe rolls into Eric Holders voting district and asks for Mr. Holder’s ballot for the primary. The election judge just gives it to him, even after he suggested that he be asked to show ID.
If O’Keefe can roll in and claim the ballot of the Attorney General (interesting how the election judge had no clue who Eric Holder was) without any suspicion, perhaps Holder might rethink this whole voter ID thing?
I doubt it. Never let common sense and logic stand in the way of an agenda, right?
This little bit of ownage was even better than back in 2005 when a libertarian activist petitioned the board of the town of Weare, New Hampshire to declare eminent domain on the childhood home of Supreme Court Justice David Souter, because of how he ruled during the Kelo v. New London decision. The petition was to take that location and develop it into a hotel and tourist attraction, which would provide higher taxes to the town of Weare. While it didn’t happen, it very well could have, had the board voted for it. Souter got away with his house, but the point was made.
Perhaps this is how we do activism now. Either way, O’Keefe was pretty “fast” and I’m sure Holder was “furious”.
Okay, bad joke – it’s Monday. I don’t care.
Stay Rabid, my friends.