Wednesday, June 11, 2008

Fortress AmeriKKKa - Day 758

In order to prevent meskins from voting in elections and stealing benefits from legal Americans, Arizona passed a law in 2004 requiring several types of ID to register to vote. The logic of the law is: if you do not have the required ID, you are not a legal citizen.

Enter stage left: Shirley Preiss.

Shirley was born in 1910 in Clinton, Kentucky. That was before the issued birth certificates. She gave up her driver's license and has never had a passport. That makes Shirley illegal.

The state did say she could get a delayed birth certificate if the witnesses to her birth will sign it. But everyone who witnessed her birth 97 years ago is dead. Her family tried to get her school records from Tennessee, but that school no longer exists and all the records are gone.

So, for the first time since 1932, Shirley cannot vote in the Presidential election.

Thank you, Voters of Arizona, for protecting us from Women's Sufferage!



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