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PRAIRIE GROUCH  
GRAND PRAIRIE TX  
March 21, 2012 5:50am
 
4th Gen Texan ..... Well written comment.....I believe
that the present requirements for registering to vote are
sufficient. My case is based on the absence of any
voter fraud in Wilson county. I sincerely think it's
much ado about nothing.
When you complain about government intrusion into
our lives, remember that government exists at all levels
and not just in D.C. I consider any citizen saying
"There should be a law" very unsettling. Laws bring
extra requirements on citizens and although they are
minor, they become very burdensome as multiple laws
are enacted. Most laws
enacted benefit special interests and designated
segments of our society. I think everyone concerned
should question who benefits from the voter ID law?
Does the governor benefit. Do the republicans benefit
by voter reduction? Do the democrats benefit from
backlash. And finally, does this law improve your
daily life ????
     
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