A Solution In Search Of A Problem

According to sj-r.com, powerful Democrat Poobah Mike Madigan is advancing a proposed amendment to the Illinois Constitution that would bar the legislature from enacting new laws that would add new requirements in order to vote.

When a GOP member of the House Judiciary Committee asked Madigan for recent examples of voter suppression in the state, Madigan couldn’t think of a one because this was really about pumping up the Democrat base—minorities and the poor, not about any real problem. It’s all about ensuring voter turnout so that the Democrats remain in control of all levers of power, even if President Wonderful isn’t on the ballot.

Aside from pumping up Democrat votes and voters in November, this new amendment will make sure the tombs of the dead aren’t sealed on Election Day, that the unions will still be able to bus in voters from Wisconsin and other states and that illegals will not be disenfranchised just because they are not citizens.

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Author: qcexaminer

None of your damned business.

5 thoughts on “A Solution In Search Of A Problem”

  1. Can you back up you hyperbolic assertions and point out a case where a Wisconsin resident voted in a Illinois election?

  2. Lighten up Billy Baby, this is only a blog not the Wall Street Journal.

    But yes, now that you mention it, I do remember watching CNN during the Walker recall vote and some dumb bimbo came on tv saying normally she votes in Illinois, even though she now lives in Wisconsin, but this Walker vote was so important, she voted in Wisconsin for a change.

    What a hoot—voter fraud out in the open with no shame and no consequences! If I have time later, I’ll try to find it, but it was classic Illinois voter fraud!

  3. I feel suppressed when a bank asks for an ID and signature when I cash a check. Don’t they trust me? What’s wrong with this country? 🙂

  4. The only time I don’t feel suppressed when asked to show a photo ID is when I’m buying beer/wine. 😀

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