Originally Posted by Spencer Collins
We all have our views on this issue and we have serious disagreements but for me,the issue is not at all complex. Voter ID encourages more honesty and integrity at the polls,this is something that every American citizen should support. When there's room for improvement in a system,why oppose it?
Many states have leaned over backwards trying to assist people in getting proper identification,some even drive to the persons house to take a photo so that they won't be inconvenienced.
Even without proper ID some states will let one vote by provisional ballot. I'm sorry...I'm just not buying into the voter suppression argument...
Most states don't. And don't have the funding to support such a program. No matter how you slice it, it's a tax and poll taxes are illegal.
Don't get me wrong, we want to see integrity at the polls, but the assertion that states are doing whatever they can to protect the rights of voters is absurd and patently false.