Letters: Voter fraud? Heck yeah!
February 13, 2013 8:16PM
Updated: March 15, 2013 11:31AM
Ah, the plot thickens. Kudos to Gov. Quinn for getting the “drivers licenses for illegals” program put into place. The timing appears to have been impeccable.
As I scanned the news this morning, I came across a rather interesting article in the Atlanta Journal Constitution titled, “Lewis-backed bill would automatically register most to vote.”
Great! The more folks who get registered, the more likely they are to actually get up off of their behinds and go vote on election day, right?
If you don’t have the gumption to register yourself, and the government steps forward and says — “Hey, we’ll do it for you” — why not show up to cast your vote, eh?
OK, fine and dandy, but how are they going to register people automatically? How are they going to know if the names on the list are adults or under-aged children?
According to Lewis’ bill, the government will use the names they find “… on existing records held by departments of motor vehicles, public assistance programs and other databases …”
Department of Motor Vehicles? You mean they’ll use all the names of those folks who have been issued drivers licenses? And they’ll be automatically registered to vote, no questions asked?
Thanks, Mr. Governor, for ensuring that the massive voter fraud problem that currently exists in this country grows exponentially.