David Blaska wrote:Sorry, Beans. I'm not going to do your leg work for you.
I find it disappointing that you do not understand how this works.
You see, it's your
"side" that proposed and quickly passed this ALEC-organized legislation with a one-sided and partisan legislature and governor. It's your
"side" that sounded the alarm to massive voter fraud that must be dealt with RIGHT. NOW!
More specifically, it's you
personally, a paid blogger for this paper, that have made these claims that I directly challenged you to back up. The burden of proof is upon you
, good squire.This is your leg work
David Blaska wrote:Now that we have Voter I.D., it's a simple matter to stick an F on it to denote a felon.
Again, how does this work if a felon presents a valid form of picture ID other than a driver's license?
David Blaska wrote:(We've already covered phishing voter names.)
This again? You mentioned one
anecdote from a caller to Vicki McKenna's program of an apparent get-out-the-vote team with a bullhorn on your blog. There was no followup. You did not prove that this was a phishing expedition, and you certainly
didn't prove that there was an organized effort to steal voter names.
You are continually repeating unproven hearsay as fact.
David Blaska wrote:BTW: preventing felons from voting is just one of the reasons for voter I.D. Preventing multiple votes is another. Assuring that the person claiming to be so and so is who he says he is is another.
Still waiting on proof that similar laws in other states have substantially lowered the already low occurrences of this.
David Blaska wrote:The bill is passed; you lost.
This whole "we won, now shut up" attitude of yours is incredibly childish. Time for you to grow up, emulate the journalist you pretend to be, and do some research before typing.
I await your response to my questions above.