Monday, October 16, 2006
Et Tu, Missouri?
No voter identification here:
    Missouri voters won't need to show a photo ID at the polls after all, after the state Supreme Court today struck down the new requirement.

    A lower judge ruled last month that the ID requirement was an unconstitutional infringement on the fundamental right to vote. The Supreme Court agreed in a 6-1 unsigned opinion.

    The law required voters to present a photo identification card issued by Missouri or the federal government to cast a ballot starting with the November election.

    Opponents argued people impersonating others when voting is rare, and that the ID requirement would especially harm the poor, elderly and disabled who may be less likely to have a driver's license.
The Democrat Party is thrilled with the result, as are the expected Democrat voters recently enfranchised by ACORN.

To say Noggle, one first must be able to say the "Nah."