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Pennsylvania Seeks Reconsideration of Decision that Invalidated Requirement for Photo-ID at Polls

According to this story, Pennsylvania has asked for reconsideration of the decision that struck down the state’s requirement that voters at the polls show a government photo-ID.

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  1. TruFoe

    Judge McGinley:

    “Tell you what…let’s replay the tape of your Republican buddy Tarzai claiming that the law would ‘guarantee’ that your state’s electoral votes would go to Romney because of this law, and then try to convince me again that the law is intended to prevent fraud at the polls. And then help me clean up the coffee that I spit out of my mouth, laughing uncontrollably.”

    The Republican Party is an un-American enemy of democracy. They do a very decent job of imitating the Democratic party of the deep South in the years immediately following the Civil War, don’t they?

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