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Dick Morris: Texas Photo ID Ruling Slows Obama's 'Power Grab'

By    |   Sunday, 19 October 2014 09:25 PM

Those trying to stop Obama from turning America into a one-party nation should hail Saturday's Supreme Court decision upholding the Texas Voter ID law. The photo identification requirement will stop the left from committing massive vote fraud. To understand how, we must grasp how the process works.

Acting under the authority of the Motor Voter Law, the federal Justice Department does not allow voting registrars to delete from the rolls the names of those who have not voted or answered post cards until four years have elapsed.


As a result, millions of dead voters and tens of millions who have moved are still on the voter rolls, opening a massive opportunity for fraud. With so many dead or relocated voters still eligible to have ballots cast in their name, the opportunities multiply. And having twelve million undocumented people living in America, the chances to get people to vote illegally increase.

North Carolina recently found 35,000 people who voted there in the 2012 election and whose first and last names and birth dates matched voters in other states who voted in the same election. Voting officials have commissioned a special unit to investigate how this happened. But the likelihood is that a scam involving undeleted voter records is at fault. And, with no photo id requirements, there was no way to stop it.


Hiding behind the argument that getting a photo id will create insurmountable barriers to voting, the Justice Department has litigated against photo id. But the Supreme Court overruled a Texas District Court’s verdict invalidating the id law. The vote was 6-3 with Clinton appointee Justice Stephen Breyer joining the five conservatives on the Court.

Texas Attorney General Greg Abbott argued that with birth certificates available for $2 for election identification purposes, the barrier is hardly insurmountable.

There is no certainty that the Court will eventually uphold the Texas law in particular or photo id laws in general. But by allowing the photo id requirement in the elections coming up in two weeks, Obama’s agenda to steal elections to assure Democratic Party domination may be facing its most significant challenge.

Editor's Note:
Dick Morris: Obama Is Subverting Constitution, Wants One Party to Rule Nation
 

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Those trying to stop Obama from turning America into a one-party nation should hail Saturday's Supreme Court decision upholding the Texas Voter ID law. The photo identification requirement will stop the left from committing massive vote fraud.To understand how, we must grasp...
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