Monday, April 09, 2012

No I.D.? No problem, Mr. Holder

James O’Keefe, the guy who unmasked ACORN as a criminal enterprise, demonstrates how easy it is to impersonate a registered voter and steal their vote in the absence of a voter I.D. requirement.

He went to U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder’s home precinct in a recent Washington, D.C. primary and posed as Holder. The poll workers didn’t raise an eyebrow and were prepared to let him cast a ballot under Holder’s name.

It’s pretty clear to me that the only people who seriously oppose voter I.D. laws are those who want to commit voter fraud and rig elections.

No comments: