Originally Posted by Direckshun
My argument is that the current voter registration laws that we have on the books are the effective minimum.
Voter ID cards are an unnecessary addition.
The current registration laws.
BUT you are willing to ASSUME that a voter ID law will suppress voter turnout.. when YOUR OWN previously quoted report crunched the numbers and showed that assumption to be FALSE for recent elections. So, voter ID does not disenfranchise yet it provides some safeguards against voter fraud. Seems like you don't have much to argue except wild accusations based on "feelings" and guesses.