Tuesday, July 26, 2016

More Nonsense from the US Regime

According to the Texas Tribune, “The U.S. 5th Circuit Court of Appeals affirmed previous rulings that the 2011 voter ID law — which stipulates the types of photo identification election officials can and cannot accept at the polls — does not comply with the Voting Rights Act.”

Texas appears to be viewed throughout the US Collective as the state with the strictest voter ID law. Many appear to view such a reality as a bad thing, hence the lawsuit. Though I see voting for rulers as senseless and even dangerous, I’ll review this case from the present reality of an existing state collective that allows its subjects to vote for their rulers, with the majority vote winning.

“Under the law, most citizens (some, like people with disabilities, can be exempt) must show one of a handful of types of identification before their ballots can be counted: a state driver's license or ID card, a concealed handgun license, a U.S. passport, a military ID card, or a U.S citizenship certificate with a photo.”

The Texas Attorney General rightfully argues that, “It is imperative that the State government safeguards our elections and ensures the integrity of our democratic process. Preventing voter fraud is essential to accurately reflecting the will of Texas voters during elections.”

So called “experts” claim that more than 600,000 Texans lack such identification. Whether those 600,000 are too apathetic or too lazy to secure just one of those documents is apparently irrelevant. Why is it automatically assumed that some nefarious force is preventing individuals to be responsible for themselves, including showing eligibility to vote?

The ID on the above list easiest to obtain would appear to be a Texas ID card which can be obtained at any driver’s license office for $16 ($6 if you’re over 60) and the usual slave documents showing you are a subject of the US Regime. Quite easily done if you are truly documented as such a subject and a responsible individual who maintains such documents because you value the power to be politically active.

An equally easy alternative not mentioned on the above list is an Election Identity Certificate (EIC) that is free, requiring only proof of US citizenship and being registered to vote, as well as verification of identity.

To the plaintiffs, this list of identification methods is just not long enough. They claim the restrictions are “burdensome for certain voters- particularly minorities.” “Burdensome” only to those too lazy to obtain or maintain such documentation or are not US subjects to begin with. “Minorities?” Please remember the term “minority” is politi-speak for “non-white.” But to be honest and say “non-white” would reveal the user as a racist bigot. Knowing that, why do non-white individuals find it burdensome to do what white individuals seem to have very little trouble doing? Are they less intelligent, lazier or just maybe…not qualified?

Is this just another example of white leftists treating non-white leftists as their dumb, helpless pets?

Elections, whether within private groups or political collectives, must be decided only by members of those particular groups or collectives. If outsiders (unqualified voters) are allowed to interfere, the sovereignty of that group has been nullified and destroyed.

Stockholders of private companies vote for board of directors and on certain issues relevant to the company. Of course, you have to prove you are a stockholder in that company to qualify to vote. Is such a restriction “burdensome” for “minorities?”

Leftists think of political voting as some kind of bodily function necessary for life; that any restriction or necessary interference in this bodily function is an assault on one’s existence. They have the absurd notion that anyone who happens to walk into a polling place should be able to vote just as anyone who has a full bladder should be allowed use of a restroom to relieve themselves.

Some critics view the Texas law as “discriminatory.” I certainly hope it is! The law is designed to “discriminate” against those not qualified to vote!

A US controlled court has once again meddled in affairs exclusively the business of Texas. It has essentially nullified Texas state law created by Texans. It’s priority is not maintaining integrity in the state’s election process using reasonable restrictions. It’s priority, as in all The Regime’s doings, is domination and control. In this case, domination by allowing destruction of the integrity of the state’s election process.

Secession, anyone?

Resistance is Mandatory
No rulers

No masters



Kent McManigal said...

My thought on v*ter ID is let the statists have whatever rules they want for their silly little game. It's not my concern because I don't play. Not my circus, not my monkeys.
I do realize they pretend the outcome of their games is supposed to apply to me somehow, but you can't reason with morons- you just have to walk around them the best you can.

Enlightened Rogue said...

Kent- You’ll care when monkeys from another zoo take over the local circus and put you totally under the thumb of DC’s Grand Simian. Better to deal with just local monkeys throwing feces from their cages than an additional, potential threat of monkeys with better throwing arms.