The Reps know that a lot of blacks in rural areas don't have photo ID's, and many don't even have birth certificates
Quote:The Reps know that a lot of blacks in rural areas don't have photo ID's, and many don't even have birth certificates
And who is at fault for that?
While IRS officials were targeting Tea Party groups for special scrutiny of their 501(c)3 tax exempt applications, the IRS also hired a policeman who had been prosecuted by the Justice Department — and convicted in federal court — of using his access to the FBI’s NCIC system to tip off a terror suspect about the bureau’s surveillance. The leak wrecked a major terror investigation.
An IRS official speaking anonymously to PJ Media said that Russell’s financial management analyst position would have required him to fill out the Standard Form 86 questionnaire for national security positions and to be subjected to a background check.
There’s no way anyone with his conviction for abusing access to a government database and damaging a terror investigation could have been vetted and approved without outside intervention. Changing his name shouldn’t have mattered.
I’ve never even heard of a case like this.
Morons like you.
There you go putting words in my mouth. I never said I was willing to accept fraud.
Now are you willing to allow the level of fraud that takes place in relation to voter registration and voter laws?
Since the fraud is less than .0004%, I see no reason to restrict voting.
Why not spend the money on fixing a real problem, like America's crumbling infrastructure?
It's so nice you want to keep people 2nd class citizens.
It's so nice you want to keep people 2nd class citizens. I mean how do they cope with the real world and not have an ID.
No IDs were checked.
2014 marks the 50th anniversary of the War on Poverty, and many claim that President Johnson’s program has lifted millions out of poverty. But if we really want to help the poor, research suggests that economic freedom does more than government aid.
Economic Freedom Within the United States
In “A Dynamic Analysis of Economic Freedom and Income Inequality in the 50 States: Empirical Evidence of a Parabolic Relationship,” Daniel L. Bennett and Richard K. Vedder argue that, past a certain point, economic freedom decreases inequality. Increasing economic freedom benefits the poor and middle class more than it helps the wealthy.