Your comment “non-existent voter fraud” is the most egregious statement in your essay.
Dunton Francis

“Living in Texas I have had the opportunity to listen to illegal immigrants brag about voting.”

Can you prove that they did vote? If so, did you report them to the authorities? Or are you just taking the word on random people?

“I am still appalled by the Obama administration not allowing ballots to be cast by our servicemen and women in the 2012 election.”

This is real fake news. The basis of this came from a satirical website dedicated to military humor:

“I still don’t understand the commentary surrounding voter ID laws. In what universe can an argument be made that we need an ID for simple things in life, but for some reason your a racist if you state we should have one for voting also.”

Because voting is a right and driving, buying cigarettes, alcohol, etc. are not rights. There are millions of Americans, many of them people of color, who don’t have a photo ID and get along just fine in day-to-day life without it. Forcing them to get an ID just to exercise their right to vote could be considered levying a poll tax. Which is unconstitutional.

“The fact that the left lobby’s for abolishment of these laws is proof of voter fraud more than an indictment of voter suppression.”

How so? Prove that voter fraud exists in any measurable number in states that don’t have voter ID laws.

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