[identity profile] dreadfulpenny00.livejournal.com
This story is about a week old but I didn't see it posted here and it was just too good not to share.

Viviette Applewhite, the 93-year-old woman at the center of a voter-I.D. lawsuit in Pennsylvania was able to obtain her state-issued identification without issue. All she had to do was ride two city buses and present a Medicare card from the 1990s with her information. PennDOT clerks worked with her even though her birth certificate doesn't have the correct information (she was adopted) and her Social Security card was stolen several years ago.

While many on the Left are trying to claim the I.D. was issued so easily this time because she's part of a well-publicized lawsuit, the Philadelphia Inquirer was present when Ms. Applewhite received her identification and stated there was no indication that the clerk was aware of her role in a nationally-publicized lawsuit.

I'm getting sick and tired of the Democratic Party using the elderly and minorities as their scapegoats. Instead of actually trying to help Ms. Applewhite with a simple matter, they immediately jumped on the "voter suppression" bandwagon (which as of late has been heavily weighed-down with bullshit). And now, our "fearless" leader is using the military for the same purpose in Ohio. This is getting ridiculous!
[identity profile] triciabyrne1978.livejournal.com
Heard about this on Bill O'Reilly tonight and decided to look.

It might be just me, but if we want to elect someone with a history of transparency, I would definitely say this is the man for the job. ;)

Check this out *Warning for partial nudity*


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