Clearing the Browser Tabs – IDs Against Fraud Tuesday Edition

| June 21, 2011 | Reply

E.J. Dionne should have retired from column-writing a couple of years ago. If he had, he wouldn’t have penned this embarrassing screed against the laws some states are putting into place that require voters show real identification (with at least a name, photo, and address) in order to vote. Dionne, predictably, toes the left-wing line that any reasonable identification requirement is a brazen attempt by the Republicans to steal the next election when the opposite is the case.

Moe Lane destroyed Dionne’s ham-handed attempt to carry water for the Democrats in about half the words and Troglopundit administered the coup de grace. The bottom line is that the left does not want an election system free from fraud. That would run against the Cloward-Piven strategy they’ve used to devastating effect against social and government institutions for more than four decades.

Be sure to set an alarm for 9:30 P.M. Eastern tonight so you can get in on the live recording of The Delivery.

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