A woman wearing an MIT t-shirt was barred from voting Florida, according to a local report. MIT stands for the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, not Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney.
That’s right folks, a poll watcher attempted, she was eventually allowed to vote, to stop someone because they were wearing a college shirt for one of the best engineering schools in the country. Now why do I say there’s no bias, well lets look at this:
It took a court order from a judge to get that covered up. Even then though the Obama campaign logo is still visible. It gets better though because lets look at Florida:
Yet the poll watchers do nothing. They are however more than happy to jump at someone wearing a MIT shirt.
I am a firm believer in the Soap-Box, Ballot-Box, and Cartridge-Box. Even the UN poll watchers, which I think honestly have no business being here, are astonished that we don’t show ID. Yet fearless leader and his supporters claim that requiring ID would be discriminatory against a fundamental right.
Interestingly those same people are more than willing to require my ID and a pile of paperwork for me to exercise my enumerated right to own a firearm.
Honestly on a national level, I have absolutely no faith in the ballot system any more. There’s a reason people don’t want ID’s shown, it’s the only way they can maintain control and survive since it widens the margin of cheat. My soap-box is working, my cartridge-box still works, I’m finding my ballot-box though extremely suspect.
TMM is the owner, editor, and principal author at The Minuteman, a competitive shooter, and staff member for Boomershoot. Even in his free time he’s merging his love and knowledge of computers and technology with his love of firearms.
Many know his private name and information however due to the current political climate, many are distancing themselves due to the abandonment of Due Process.
Aside from the first time I voted, until Washington state went mail-in I had to show ID, The first time I had a cover letter from my CO to get my absentee ballot since I was in Korea at the time