Your desire to “harden” the system for no reason is the fraud.
Look, if you’re satisfied with a system that can be gamed, good for you.
You haven’t proven that fraud is a problem.
Please reread prior posts. It’s impossible to prove or disprove a problem when the data does not exist to prove or disprove.
Why should we spend money on problems that don’t exist?
Please reread prior posts. It’s a trivial amount of money in exchange for a hardened system.
Why would you deny people their inalienable right to vote based on imaginary crimes committed by imaginary people?
I would never do that. Voter ID does not deny anyone the right to vote; the SCOTUS ruled that it does not. If it did, you’d see lists of names publicized by anti-Voter ID interests all stating categorically that their right to vote had been violated. There is no such data in existence. For a reason.
(The data request works both ways, you know. You demand from me evidence that there’s a problem; I demand from you evidence that Voter ID denies anyone the right to vote. Neither of us has that data. The reason I don’t have it is because the states and counties do not do fraud analysis; the reason you don’t have it is because nobody’s right to vote has been infringed. Big difference there.)
You’re punishing real innocent people because of imaginary guilty people who’ve committed imaginary crimes.
See above. If nobody has been denied their right to vote, then nobody has been punished.
VoterID is the voter fraud.
Thank you for sharing that opinion. You may rest assured I will give it all the consideration it deserves.