Many Pennsylvanians aren't aware of new voter ID law, professor testifies
A political scientist retained by challengers of the state voter ID law testified today that his survey of Pennsylvania residents showed the new photo identification requirement would disproportionately affect eligible voters who are poor, female, young, old and lacking in education.Full Story
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#1 Jul 28, 2012
Hey political scientist, if these people are so, poor, female, young, old and lacking in education, why aren't you trying to help them get an ID. Besides, what the devil is a "political scientist" anyhow? If you're too useless of a human being to have an ID, or the knowledge of where to get one, or can';t ask your local politician for help, then you just might not be smart enough to vote in the first place.
Just how stupid do you think that people are, any how? Who wants to bet that this "scientist" is a Democrat?
#2 Jul 29, 2012
If our citizens are lacking in education then they should take a look at the public school system. The Poor, they needed ientification to get public assistance. The others can use the drivers license they needed to drive their car to the voting booth.
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