Voter ID laws don't discriminate
As I understand it, the Republicans want voter ID laws so that when you vote, you are allowed to vote once and you are legally able to do so. But the Democrats don't want these laws and why is that? Is it because they want more votes?
But what they haven't thought about is the one little flaw in their plan. If they can have a voter going to several precincts and voting several times (and casting votes for dead people), the other side can do the same thing, too, can't they?
But I completely fail to understand this discrimination thing. If you have to prove you are an American citizen to get a driver's license and the state will give you a free state ID card, how is that discrimination?
Unless you are a felon or an illegal alien, in which case by law you're not allowed to vote anyway, you can't use that complaint. I fail to see the logic here. You see, there is no discrimination unless you are not an American citizen, in which case the point is moot, correct?