Saturday, September 23, 2006

Georgia judge tosses voter IDs

Not that I predicted it.

The arrogance!

Via Immigration News Daily:

A state judge yesterday rejected a Georgia law requiring voters to show government-issued photo identification, writing in his decision, "This cannot be." Fulton County Superior Court Judge T. Jackson Bedford Jr. said the law, pushed by Gov. Sonny Perdue (R) to fight voter fraud, violates the state constitution because it disenfranchises citizens who are otherwise qualified to vote. State officials vowed to appeal Bedford's ruling to the Georgia Supreme Court before the Nov. 7 general election. The timing of the judge's decision could have political ramifications in Washington. The House is set today to vote on legislation that would require voters in 2008 to present a valid photo identification that "could not have been obtained without proof of citizenship."

This is meaningless actually, being that it’s sure to be pushed to the Supreme court anyway, but still a good example of what we’re up against with liberal judges who feel their own personal views and desires outweigh the voters wishes.

Liberals want to cry and moan and accuse George Bush of being a dictator, all while being unable to even comprehend the meaning of “democracy.” How exactly DID they claim the title of “Democratic Party” anyway? They should simply be called the “Minority Rules Party.”

Read the full story here.

Contact Judge T. Jackson Bedford Jr here:

185 Central Ave SW Ste Jct4755
Atlanta, GA 30303-3519
(404) 730-4604

Previously: House passes voter ID bill

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