The voter ID laws proposed states such as Indiana are accused of disenfranchising poor, senior and minority voters, who either have no means of getting such an ID, or even no way of getting to the appropriate offices to get an ID. Bill's answer:
If I’m on the Supreme Court, as I should be, I say what is the down side of having somebody prove who they are when they come to the polls?His even more ridiculous statement is "The state, I think, will come and give them the IDs, won't they?"
And as Megyn Kelly correctly says, "No, they won't come and give them the IDs."
What, you actually think state governments, many already in the red, are going to send people from house to house? Naturally the GOP wants these sorts of laws passed since the disenfranchised set of voters normally swing to the Democratic side of the ticket.
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