Every time someone comes up with an idea to prevent voter fraud and safeguard the voting system the Democrats protest
Can anyone see this self-damning rhetoric constantly coming from the political entity that has a record of the most cases of voter fraud, voter registration fraud, and other corrupt and criminal activity?
States across the country that have same-day registration have real problems because the vast majority of their states have poll workers who are wonderful volunteers, who work 13 hour days and who in most cases are retirees. It’s difficult for them to handle the volume of people who come at the last minute. It’d be much better if registration was done in advance of election day. It’d be easier for our clerks to handle that. All that needs to be done.
Republican Assembly Speaker Robin Vos stated that he favored Wisconsin implementing the “motor-voter” system in which people could register to vote when obtaining their driver’s license at the state Division of Motor Vehicles.
The question again rises – Why would anyone object to safeguarding voters legitimate voting right? This last election about 70% of the voting age population
voted. Because of the loopholes in the system – how much of that 70% were actually a legal vote? Despite Allen West conceding victory
to Democrat opponent Murphy by a narrow margin for a seat in Congress from Florida, disturbing questions remain concerning the election of that district in that state and the way the St. Clair voting place
was handled. A whistle blower was ignored when she pointed out unacceptable events going on and some pointing to criminal activity. It was even reported that there were union teamsters hanging around
that were not part of the volunteer force that oversees elections.
What good is it to vote if your vote is countered by corruption and fraud?
Democrats reacted angrily to Walker’s comments.
“As evidenced by robust levels of voter turnout and participation, Wisconsinites take their civic duty seriously, and same-day voter registration has played a part in ensuring that every eligible elector is able to cast their ballot,” state party chairman Mike Tate said in a statement. Tate said Walker and Republicans want to make it more difficult for people to vote, citing the law passed last year requiring photo identification at the polls. While parts of the law have taken effect, two different judges have blocked the photo ID requirement, saying it is unconstitutional. The decisions are being appealed.
Think of how many people have driver’s licenses. Realize also, if one chooses not to have a driver’s license or is not eligible to have one, but old enough to vote – they can obtain a photo ID with verified address on it. Many states are or will be offering free ID service for those who cannot afford it.
I have found during the course of my life and observation that those who are elected to operate our government, from local to state to federal, common sense is not a requirement. That includes those who employed to supposedly serve the people in matters of state and personal business affiliated with government.
Wisconsin is one of eight states that allow same-day registration with California and Connecticut soon to have laws taking effect for same-day registration.
Is it coincidence that those states have a Democrat majority?
Looking at it from outside the box, there is no logical reason for protesting actions taken to prevent voting fraud. The reasons given by the Democrats are suspicious, to say the least – and reasonable suspicion viewing the history of voter fraud of the Democrat Party. While the Democrats over decades has not been the only ones caught cheating, election after election, the vast majority of incidents and seriousness of bona fide cheating events consistently points to the Democrat Party. The political entity that constantly drills the motto that they want “better” (betterequals more) government for the benefit of the People is the entity that politically supports labor union thugs who provide campaign cash in return.
Those that cheat in elections should be given the old fashioned “tar and feather” treatment and sent out of town on a rail. But at least spend time in prison.