A little off topic, but the voter fraud thing also riles me up because of the suggestion that it is…
Chris Esch

I’m pretty sure you need an ID to drive a car, buy cigarettes, buy alcohol, get into an R rated movie, and for countless other purposes in everyday life. I don’t think asking for an ID to validate that you are voting as the person that you say you are is that outrageous.

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