pjbogart wrote:I look at it this way: even if we assume that there are illegal votes being cast, there is absolutely no evidence that illegal votes are so numerous that they could flip an election.
That's the catch--and why the democrat party machine, at all costs, doesn't want any form of "ID to vote". Throw in absentee voting and same day registration, if one doesn't vote himself, there's no way to tell if there was a fraudulent vote cast if the real person didn't intend to vote anyway.
Think this sounds too far out there?
The Greater Wisconsin Political Fund is a 527 political organization, but it is stridently anti-Scott Walker and over the past couple of days Wisconsin residents have been receiving very disturbing mailings that not only attempt to shame you and your neighbors into voting, but also threaten to publicly shame you if you don’t vote in the June 5 recall election.http://www.breitbart.com/Big-Government ... epy-Mailer
So what could happen if a political group has a list of people that are old enough to vote, they have their home addresses, names, etc. but these people haven't voted in the last 2-10 elections?
Get people into those white vans and drive them to that polling place, give them a piece of paper and have them go inside and tell the person they are whoever is on that piece of paper.
There is no provision in WI for an ID, so the poll worker has to let them cast a vote in that person's name, whoever they are.
Think about it honestly.
The final total was Lehman with 36,351 votes and Wanggaard with 35,517 votes,
That's 831 votes.
There was a lot of fraud in that minn congressman's (failed comedian) election 'win' too, and he won by an even smaller margin IIRC.
If tougher voting laws discourage or prevent 10,000 people from voting
OK, the leftists/democrat party always say, "prove vote fraud!".
So now, my turn--Prove that showing an ID to vote discourages or prevents a person from voting.
I really don't see how a person can exist in our society w/o an ID, unless they live in the swamps of the UP or in the middle of alaska. And in WI, they will give a person a free ID if they don't have one.
So how can having to show what a person already has prevent a person from voting?