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Az voter ID opponents ask court to uphold earlier ruling

Opponents of Arizona’s voter identification law asked the U.S. Supreme Court on Monday to let a lower court decision take effect that would end the state’s requirement of proof of citizenship for voter registration.
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Jun 19, 2012, 7:31 am
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What legit reason in the world exists for not wanting to confirm that only people who should be voting are voting??? Someone explain this to me, and I mean REALLY dumb it down…because I’m just not seeing it.

Advocates for Proposition 200 say letting people register without providing verification of citizenship allows undocumented immigrants to vote…

That is exactly what many politicians around here count on.

But opponents say such voter identification laws are politically motivated, aiming to frustrate voters who typically vote Democratic.

All Democrats are border jumpers? I’m just not getting this sentence at all. This makes zero sense. I will say that anyone who “typically votes” toward any party has no business voting and deserves to be frustrated.

“There really isn’t any evidence that all these voter suppression measures are needed to combat voter fraud,”

Obviously this person wasn’t paying attention to the 2010 AZ CD7 Congressional election results. You have a slovenly man who clearly doesn’t respect himself who speaks out against any measure to protect our border or our sovereignty, and calls for a boycott of the state that (supposedly) elected him, and he still wins. Does that add up to you? It certainly doesn’t to me.

Don’t even get me started with the last City Council election cycle…

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