EDITOR: Democrats and the ACLU say it is hard to get a photo ID to eliminate fraud for Social Security, Medicare, the dead voters and welfare. The government knows everything about you, credit cards, insurance company, DMV, judicial system, you can view anyone’s home with a computer. So where is the privacy ACLU?
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I suggest photos be on the Medicaid, disability, Medicare and each welfare recipient’s cards. It would eliminate tons of fraud. No picture, no service.
By law, all legal Americans are required to have a photo on the license or ID card; your license is required everywhere, even to rent a room.
So why not a photo ID to vote? They have years to acquire a photo ID, even the senior centers help seniors. There has been plenty of time to get one.
Since grandparents on Medicaid, Medicare, raised Obama I see where his mentality would be to disperse your income to his pocket. He gives little to charity. Obama never held a job, hung out with socialists then became a Chicago gangster type organizer as Acorn were proven violations, collecting illegal signatures to vote. As a senator he never voted, was just present. People sold their votes. Panthers tried to scare voters; no jail time.
Yes photo ID would help eliminate fraud and waste. Peek a boo, I see you.