And I was responding to U.S. Conservative. He asserts that La Raza providing information to, anyone, really, somehow indicates an intent to commit 'voter fraud.' My question to him, and to you, is what can possibly be wrong with informing any voter about the ID requirements of his state? He couldn't or wouldn't answer, and you haven't either.
If you don't want to be accused of taking that position because of naked animus for the La Raza or the hispanics who follow them, just answer the simple question - what's wrong with informing ANY group, white, black, hispanic, evangelical, gun owners, patriots, homosexuals, union workers, women, conservative women, etc. about ID requirements in their state?
The answer is nothing, obviously.
What am I missing. I know I didn't get that message from reading the graphic. After looking at it, did you get the feeling the Washington Post was encouraging YOU to vote illegally in many states? You're from Texas - don't you WANT republicans at least in Texas to know the SC upheld the photo ID rules this election and to make sure and bring their DL or whatever so they'll be able to cast a vote. Seems to me no matter who your audience, that's a good thing to know! You'd prefer mass ignorance for some reason? Explain....