Common sense or Ridiculous baiting…
We at The Contemplative Thinker have grave concerns about the proper way of voting and what various special interest groups to include the Justice Department as well as the Obama Administration would like to have happen.
GOV. Pat McCrory, R-N.C.: Protecting the integrity of every vote cast is among the most important duties I have as governor. And it’s why I signed these commonsense, commonplace protections into law.
Under the statute, voters will have to present a government-issued photo I.D., such as a driver’s license, at the polls. The law also ends same-day voter registration, and it shortens the early voting period by a week.
We will make no qualms about this statement. We have written many articles that illuminate how voter fraud activities come to fruition and the two most supported notions that could easily require the need for protective apparatus such as Voter Id’s. Considering everything we need to have photo identification when purchasing goods or services, it seems not to have this form of identification on one’s person absolutely ridiculous.
We would like to draw attention to intent and fidelity. Voting is the number one matter when it comes to the electoral process – voting – and should be kept as free and easy as possible. We all have heard the claims based on eyewitness accounts of voter fraud in the previous four general elections.
We now know that if recalls and subsequent recounts would have been the “It-Thing” of the 1960s well we may have not experienced the heroism of John F. Kennedy. Furthermore, had the measure been handled correctly in the 2000s it very well could have been President Gore instead of President George W. Bush, the younger.
When various human-made machinations are put forth without even attempting to measure the initiative then we feel that the handwriting is on the wall; meaning that the authorities are very much aware of the voter fraud that has been happening.
Take for example these beliefs: Opponents insist the real intent is to suppress turnout among Democratic constituencies, minorities, young voters and the poor. In Raleigh today, the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP) announced plans to challenge the law in federal court.
Predicated on the Rev. William Barber, North Carolina NAACP: This bill is not about voter I.D. It is 57 pages of regressive, unconstitutional acts to rig and manipulate elections through voter suppression.
Enough with the rhetoric already Mr. Barber – we would far more want to hear specifics rather than “regressive, unconstitutional acts to rig and manipulate elections through voter suppression. In fact, if you had read the 57 pages of the bill perhaps we could find the adequate information that is needed.
However, what this country doesn’t need is a group of self-proclaimed loud mouthed leaders espousing everything from ‘disenfranchisement’ to racial profiling. Let’s all not forget the specialness of being able to vote.