“…I don’t care what the Supreme Court says…”
Last night, in Springfield.
Ashcroft’s vow comes a month after the Missouri Supreme Court struck down the law, which required people with non-photo IDs such election cards or bank statements to swear they were who they said they were before voting.
The court said the scheme was “misleading,” “contradictory” and unconstitutional.
But Ashcroft hasn’t given up.
“I don’t care what the Supreme Court says,” he said. “You all should make the decision, the people of the state.”
It’s not clear it will work. High court judges considered an idea similar to what the bill proposes and called it “nonsensical” last month.
Such respect for the rule of law. It runs in the family.
Finally, documentation of voter impersonation fraud in Missouri. Zero. (August 12, 2012)