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Missouri Governor Jay “McLovin” Nixon’s veto of the Republican sponsored photo ID bill is another Democrat slap in the face to law-abiding, taxpaying citizens of Missouri and proves that Nixon could care less about protecting the rights of Missouri citizens. The truth is Nixon is about empowering criminals and getting more illegal votes.

In a letter explaining his veto, Nixon said the photo ID requirement would have hurt senior citizens and people with disabilities who are qualified to vote but are less likely to have a drivers license or other government-issued photo ID. “Disenfranchising certain classes of persons is not acceptable,” he said.

To exercise your #1 right as a citizen of America living in the state of Missouri, you might wonder what it takes to be eligible to case your vote?

Besides having a pulse and the ability to fog a mirror, all it takes is to vote in Missouri is a utility bill, a bank statement or paycheck stub, all things you can find dumpster diving.  Have any of those easy to get  items and you get to exercise the Constitutional right afforded all American citizens living in The Democrat Union of Socialists of Missouri, by decree of Emperor Jay Nixon.

A 2007 study by Washington University found that among blacks, young people and low-income residents — historically among the most loyal Democratic supporters — about 80 percent of registered voters had access to [emphasis added] a government-issued photo ID. That compares with about 90 percent of white, middle-class and middle-aged voters.[1]

Even with all this voter disenfranchisement in Missouri, (Note race and age discrimination undertones in the study), it appears that it may not all be the fault of “the man.”

Voter turnout in the November 2010 election was 46.8%.  Apparently people are not feeling that disenfranchised when you consider that of the 80% – 90% of the people in Missouri who are not disenfranchised, only 46.8% decided to vote.[2]

Nixon knows that every citizen in Missouri can get a valid state-issued photo ID; illegals can not. And in order to win re-election, Nixon needs that vote.  He will do anything to get it, including disenfranchising productive Missouri citizens.

Will  Nixon next allow illegals to serve on our juries? Why not just elect illegals as judges? The fact is we don’t need illegals as judges; we have Democrats.

In 2006, Republican lawmakers passed a photo ID bill that was later struck down by the Missouri Supreme Court. The court ruled that the law amounted to a “heavy and substantial burden on Missourians’ free exercise of the right of suffrage.”

Seriously? Wanna guess what the makeup was of the Missouri Supreme Court was in 2006?

According to the website for the Missouri Supreme Court, justice is non-partisan, blind. It’s dumb too. In 2006, the Missouri Supreme Court had five Democrat governor-appointed justices, and two appointed by Republicans.[3]

Here’s the wrap:

Black people, young people, old people, gay people, disabled people, and all other “victims” should be tired of being used as an excuse for Democrats to steal elections and ultimately the treasury. Democrats like Nixon know that 100% participation in anything is not possible, yet they demonize the impossible and blame Republicans.

Ask yourself what you must show valid photo identification for, and you can clearly see why this veto is nonsense. You can’t rent a car or cash a check without a valid form of picture ID. You can’t get a fishing license without a photo ID.  But the ability to alter life as we know it in America can be done with a utility bill?

Democrats want America to run like other Utopias, say Cuba and Mexico. After all these countries are running so well that Democrats have allowed shrines to them on American soil.

Miami is the U.S. version of Cuba, settled by illegal immigrants who left their Motherland.  As for Mexico, we have built many shrines honoring the Mexicans reacquisition of sovereign United States:  California, Arizona, New Mexico, and parts of Texas are all tributes to Aztlan. Is Missouri next?

It will take more than the Mexican vote or the voting dead to carry “McLovin” Nixon to victory in 2012. Missourians, like the rest of America are not stupid. Maybe Nixon will have better luck running for governor in Mexico City.

That’s my rant!

© 2011 Kevin Jackson – The Black Sphere, LLC – All Rights Reserved.

[1] I’m guessing that “white, middle-class and middle-aged voters” tend to vote Republican?

[2] The predominantly black area of St. Louis City 37.7% voter turnout in the November 2010 election. In 2008 St. Louis City had a 61.71% voter turnout, higher by double-digits than any area in the state in 2010. Black people in St. Louis just decided not to vote in 2010, and were in no way disenfranchised.



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  • Phil Falcone

    Pretty sure that the radicals Muslims who flew into the WTC in NYC had plenty of documentation, so they could vote in Missouri, right? LOL! Amazing who Democrats are so amoral.

    • Kevin Jackson

      Exactly Phil. Dems will take ANY documentation, as long as Dems stay in power.

  • Ike Skelton

    Good stuff Kevin. What did you think about the "early voting" provision of the bill? Did we really want Democrats to vote any earlier, or more often then they already do? :)

    • Kevin Jackson

      I don't like super early voting, because the Dems are using it for cheating, i.e. shipping people from precinct to precinct, even state to state at times. But I do believe you have to allow some early voting.

  • GoodMojo


    Our legislature just passed a similar bill here in Tennessee. Our Governor is Republican as well, so it might actually become law. Of course, I don't expect liberals to obey such a law, and TN has an ACLU too.

    I have to wonder… Should a person (a GROWN person) who can't get it together long enough to get a photo ID, (in TN, it's like $6 – $10) really be allowed to vote? Really?

    Also, should a person who was on public assistance during a preceding election cycle, really be allowed to vote during the next? Should a person be required to demonstrate self-sufficiency to exercise the privilege of the vote? For instance, a person on the public dole more than two consecutive years, maybe should not be able to vote in a state or national election. Locals only?

    I know. I'm probably going to hell for merely thinking such intemperate thoughts.

  • Bruce

    Yup! We've got the same issue here in MN. After Stuart Smalley won his seat with suddenly appearing votes during the recount and our current trust fund baby governor Mark Crazy Eyes Dayton having his family running a lying smear campaign against the GOP challenger, the call went out for voter ID. Our liberat commie secretary of state Mark Ritchie claims that we have the best voting system in the country, even when evidence and proof has surfaced that Acorn committed fraud, felons, and non residents, voted for the winners (All Demonrats). Thankfully, the libs didn't count on both houses turning over to the GOP, rendering psycho Dayton impotent. They have passed voter ID without him!

  • @DANEgerus

    …every fraudulent vote disenfranchises a real voter. If ID for beer then ID for voting!

    • theblacksphere

      Short, succinct, and well-said!

  • Awaken

    Hi Kevin, I find this very interesting. Here in North Carolina this week the same thing happened to us! Gov. Bev Purdue used her veto stamp to stop our bill that would have made it a law to have a photo ID. She said that it was to protect senoirs and low income people!! The ID's would be free at the DMV for any one who needs one. At any reate they are planning to overide this in July…just like they had to overide the veto she did on our state budget . It seems like Dems are just out for the power and aren't even really out for what "we the people" want. As a family we have to budget and not over spend so why don't they get it!

    • Colleen

      I believe they do get it. This is a deliberate effort and requires the vilification of all patriots. They are either stupid or they are complicit, like gun control advocates, illegal advocates were not layed off to make way for an alien who is tresspassing or had a loved one raped or murdered by a drug cartel thug or a host of other examples. I was layed off from migrant work along with numerous other Americans, of all colors. That was in 1994. Then I started hearing that we would not do that work. I beg to differ! Queen Christine Gregoire our 'honorable" governor, open arms welcomed them at "Hispanic Legislation Day" in Olympia. She was groveling for votes. It was obvious. I was there. I speak Spanish and heard what they were saying. It was all about handouts. Illegals were called to speak of their plight in this cruel country. the queen said, "Welcome, this is YOUR capital, we want to hear YOUR concerns…….." Never even saw her better yet heard that at any event other than the illegals event and i have been to MANY!

      • docjohndenver

        Colleen, brilliant insight on the "no one else will do the jobs" garbage. I talk to people all day long that do drywall, painting, tile, linoleum, janitorial work, etc. who have lost their jobs. These people would do things that Mike Rowe wouldn't try on his "Dirty Jobs" show. The crap about how our citizenry is just a bunch of fatcats that will only do desk jobs galls me to no end. It may be the biggest lie of the entire immigration debate.

  • Will

    Althought I agree with your comments regarding requireing an ID to vote, I disagree with your comment on immigrants from Cuba being illegal. While Miami may resemble a "US version of Cuba" as you put it, immigrants from Cuba did not violate any US laws and are therefore not "illegal" immigrants. You can argue that the law should be changed and Cuban immigrants not allowed entry without a visa (and I would agree with you), until it is they are immegrating here legally.

    I am a Miamian of Cuban descent and there are many things that the hispanic community does here that pisses me of to no end (they should assimilate, learn the language and support the US 1st, their native country 2nd), but calling Cuban immigrants "illegal" is not an accurate statement.

    Just sayin'

    • theblacksphere

      Will, I agree that Cubans are escaping Communism, but not all. The majority left because they are looking for opportunity, and were not under threat from Castro. But point taken.

      • Will

        Kevin, You are correct. From the late 50's to the early 70's virtually all of the Cuban's immegrating here were trying to escape communism. The majority of those that have come since then are primarily trying to escape poverty. I agree with you that they should not be allowed to come here without going through the visa process. However, the law says that if they step foot on US soil (Wet foot – Dry foot policy), they are allowed to stay as political refugees. I agree that we should change the law and treat them the same way we treat Haitian Immigrants (send them back). Until our elected officials grow some testicles, they are legal immigrants.

        Keep up the fight. Only came across your blog about a month ago, but love reading it.

  • Colleen

    Thank you for your comments Will. I live on the left coast and appreciate your insight to Florida. We have a huge problem here being the last or the last of two states left who do not verify a person's ss # to their name. They can put in any number they want to. Then we have the motor voter law and the DMV is delegated the job of asking them, "Would you like to register to vote?" Our DMV's across the state are filled with illegals who can live here and vote or go anywhere in the US with impunity and re-establish themselves as a citizen. The naturalized citizens, generally speaking, always sign our petitions in our yearly effort to get it on the ballot to use e-verify. That includes the Latinos from all countries and most others who became citizens and did it all legally. They are totally with us on this no doubt! WA state is really being taken over by the cool aid drinking zombies. Oh, sorry, that wasn't nice!
    Tnga un dia feliz hombre!

    • theblacksphere

      I say that Conservatives need to double-down in Liberal enclaves. We are too quick to give up, and just focus on "red states." I say you beat up bullies on their turf. You don't fight cancer treating the good cells!

  • docjohndenver

    We are now at a point where the Democratic party doesn't even have to pretend to want any kind of honesty or integrity at the ballot box. They have managed to place the lawbreakers on an imaginary moral plane above those of us who actually believe only citizens of our country should vote. It's an upside down world, indeed. I am just not sure how we got here.

    • theblacksphere

      We got here because people in power, mainly Liberals want to remain in power even if it means it will erode their power base. They figure, "That's the next guy's problem, as long as I get rich and more powerful for now." We likely began stopping them at the right time, or who knows where we would have been in 10 years, probably sooner!

  • Downsouth

    We have court cases thoughout the country asserting that the government cannot make a citizen buy anything. Are states giving free ID's?

    • ant

      Yes, many offer free ID's. That only presents a problem if you are an illegal invader from another country or a libtard enraged that illegal aliens from other countries can't help elect your putz messiahs.

  • Downsouth

    What does conservatives have against the Constitution? The Constitution says the government cannot force a citizen to spend any amount of money to vote!

  • theblacksphere

    I think there is one DANEgerus!

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