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Pennsylvania Republican Mike Turzai explains the goal of his state's Voter ID laws for us

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Hey still no justification for this vs known quantities of voters turned away but keep trying to support it as somehow American

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How can both sides be playing when only one side is introducing these clearly vote suppressing laws?

And only one side is complaining about the laws.

Republicans - lets introduce a law that that has little or no impact on the election but makes a good fox news talking point.

Democrats - lets complain about a bill that has little or no impact on the election but makes a good talking point on Huffington post.

Here is the argument of both sides, albeit in a condensed version

Republicans - the other side is evil, and will get some people to go to all the trouble of voting under a different name so that they can cast a vote in an election that will see tens of millions of votes cast in the 1 in 10,000 chance that their vote will have an impact.

Democrats - our folks are not evil, but they are either too stupid or lazy to get a id,

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Hey still no justification for this vs known quantities of voters turned away but keep trying to support it as somehow American

And the known quantities listed by democrats = 362 bazillion

Known quantities listed by republicans = -1

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Thumb-print scanners could resolve this issue entirely!

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I'll go dig up some graves of the recently deceased and cut their fingers off.

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I'll go dig up some graves of the recently deceased and cut their fingers off.

Doubt you will get in the polling booth with that many registrations, but they might make a nice necklace!

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Pennsylvania GOP House Majority Leader Mike Turzai could have said, " Voter ID -- our elections will now represent the will of the people -- done."

But he couldn't say that, even by today's Republican standards, that would be a bridge too far. Because disenfranchising a significant number of otherwise eligible voters is just the opposite of free and fair elections.

What he said was...

"Voter ID -- which is going to allow Gov. [Mitt] Romney to win the state of Pennsylvania -- done," Pennsylvania GOP House Majority Leader Mike Turzai told a group of cheering attendees at a Republican State Committee meeting.

His statement and the crowd's reaction are the unbridled truth that has motivated these types of GOP coordinated changes in voter requirements by right wing dominated legislatures around the country. To say otherwise is to severely undermine one's credibility.

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Lolz

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NAACP and Holder require photo id to see Holder speak at event in state they are suing against voter id laws...

http://townhall.com/...ee_holder_speak

Makes sense.

Requires an ID for the media because they are giving different access privileges than normal attendees.

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