by West Central Tribune
July 17, 2012 at 7:00 pm in West Central Tribune
ST. PAUL Minnesota Supreme Court justices are considering whether a question about voter photo identification on the Nov. 6 ballot is misleading.
Tags: amendment, court, id, photo, state 4 Comments »
what does it look like to you? Will the only two DFLers that have their way, DFLers SofS markie richie and DFLer Gov Dayton win this one too? Seems unfair that out of 5,453,845 Minnesotans these two can do it to us again and again. should be a low against that, then again DFLer Mn.A.G. Lori S I am sure would protect her fellow DFLers and leave the 5,453,845 of us Minnesotans to defend our rights on our own.
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Carl, so you are say that the rest of the Minnesotans, all 5,453,842 of us are of the same mind set as you? I think NOT.
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Roger, we may be equally divided, but presently Carl seems to be a better representative of MN voting preferences. I support voter ID laws but I believe voter ID cards should be free. With out ID cards, some partisan individuals may be inclined to vote multiple times. I have seen this happen!!!
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If those who put this measure on the ballot cannot stand to call it what it actually is, maybe they should not have put it on the ballot in the first place. Gluing a rose blossom to a dandeilion not make the dandelion any less a weed.
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