Indiana's photo ID law is the strictest in the country. The Republican-led effort was designed to combat ballot fraud, said supporters, who also have acknowledged that no case involving someone impersonating a voter at the polls has ever been prosecuted in Indiana. *** On April 28, the Supreme Court ruled 6 to 3 that the law did not violate the Constitution.Congratulations to the Republican party for successfully disenfranchising nonogenarian nuns in their battle against a crime without actual criminals.
Tuesday, May 06, 2008
Sisters Vote for Nun of the Above
Your Chicago Tribune reports that a dozen Indiana nuns were turned from their polling place because they didn't have state or federal photo IDs.
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