Elections should not be supervised by partisans

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Bill Grant, you make me laugh. Partisanship? Is it partisan to request that people have to show an ID in order to vote. The only reason not to show your ID would be that your are not registered or are an illegal resident of the state.

Shall we talk about Partisanship? How about the Partisan Reapportionment plan formulated by the Democrats and approved by the Democratically controlled State Supreme Court. The plan that overturned the results of the 2010 election by partisan fiat.

Partisanship? Maybe we can talk about the current voter fraud cases pending in Indiana, where the Democrat Party basically signed petitions on behalf of voters to get candidates on the ballot. This lead to almost the entire leadership of the Party being indicted. Perhaps if ID were required, this would not have happened.

Removing Partisanship from elections is impossible. Elections by nature are partisan.

One more thing. If you are going to do an article on a politician, the least you can do is spell his name correctly.

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