Monday, July 16, 2012
Expecting a display of identification to support a claim of the right to vote, is discriminatory and racist, and you should be ashamed to even think it . . .
I went to the Texaco station to fill up the gas tank. I offered my Texaco gas credit card to pay for the gas. The attendant wanted to see some indentification so I showed my driver's license. He explained that he had to ask for proof of identity because his boss insisted that all the rules be followed.
Okay, I showed my identification; this isn't a big deal. I had to show it to travel by air, and I have to show it if I want to pay for things with a check. Sometimes we have to show a driver's license to rent a video. Us law abiding citizens frequently display our drivers licenses in order to obtain wanted goods or services.
What I don't understand is the fuss raised by certain political observers (communists) at the idea of requiring government identification for purposes of voting in government elections. They argue that requiring a person to show identification is inherently biased and unreasonable, or racist.
Why is it unfair to require a person to confirm identity to vote, but it isn't unfair to ask for identity to board a plane or buy something with a credit card?
Why it's almost as if they (fascists) were personally offended by the idea that voter fraud should be suspected, detected, and prevented.
Hey, nobody said it was the liberal political commentators (socialists) who were cheating. But I think that describing the requiring of proof of identity in order to vote as being somehow racist or unfairly discriminatory constitutes probable cause to believe that those self-same liberal political commentators (traitors) are encouraging and profiting from voter fraud.
Either that, or Texaco is subjecting me to racial discrimination.
All of a sudden, I feel so violated!
In keeping with 21st century American social mores, I therefore claim victim status.
So, when do I get paid?