October 14, 2011- Estimates are coming to fruition that it would take voters half an hour or more if there are fifteen other voters in line with the new Fitzwalkerstan Voter ID legislation that is obviously aimed at making it harder for people to participate in elections.

Based on the absolute lie of “voter fraud”, where even Walker shills like Attorney General Van Hollen spent years and thousands of taxpayer dollars in a boondoggle study finding that there was 0.003% of voters who committed “voter fraud” in 2008, the Voter ID legislation does as was predicted. It’s meant to suppress voting; it’s meant to make it difficult to vote for minorities, seniors, the disabled, poor people and students and it’s meant to be based on pure Stalinist propaganda.

After all, Josef Stalin stated that “It’s not the people who vote that count. It’s the people who count the votes.” Walker’s Voter ID policy would be happily embraced by the likes of Papa Doc Duvalier, Slobodan Milosevic, William Marcy Tweed of Tammany Hall and just about any tinpot totalitarian that has infected the human race throughout history.

So what happened with the mock election straggled with the new Voter ID policies?

The Wisconsin measure, which could cost the state as much as $7.5 million, has long divided Republicans and Democrats.

Republicans think it is a matter of election integrity. To Democrats, it’s a solution to a problem that doesn’t exist, and one they fear will disenfranchise people without IDs.

Voters who show up to the polls without a photo ID will be allowed to cast a provisional ballot, a vote that is accepted but not counted until the voter’s identity is verified. Those voters must return with an acceptable photo ID by 4 p.m. on the Friday after Election Day.

This presents two logistical problems. First, filling out the long-form provisional ballot slows down the polls. And second, thousands of provisional ballots could mean that election results will take as long as a week to certify.




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