Martin Luther King’s voting message is relevant for United States today

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There is only one reason for not supporting IDs for all registered voters and that is you approve of Voter Fraud.

Right now, there are cases of Voter Fraud in Indiana stemming from the 2008 election. Amazingly, these all revolve around the Obama and Clinton Campaigns.

This is not a Civil rights issue, this is an issue to insure fair elections in the United States. There should be no problem with presenting a photo ID to vote. You have to have one to do anything in this country.

The Bill Grant’s of the Country support voter fraud, pure and simple.

Kevin - If one lives a “simple” life (and millions still do) or lives “off the grid” (as millions do), you would be surprised what you can do without a photo ID! I know, I did it for years.



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