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Nice try, Kobie, however you chose to post a link to a liberal and very biased anti-Voter ID group funded by George Soros.
Washington, D.C. - A new report from the National Center for Public Policy Research finds the Brennan Center for Justice - one of the country's loudest opponents of voter integrity measures - to have a history of bias-driven research.
The report also discloses that the Brennan Center has received millions in funding from George Soros.
The report is the latest entry in the National Center's GroupSnoop.org series.
"The Brennan Center is on a mission to undermine support for voter integrity measures, claiming that state-level voter ID provisions will disfranchise millions of voters and that voter fraud rarely occurs. However, some of its major reports concerning voter ID measures and voter fraud are wrought with bias and have been refuted by election scholars," said National Center General Counsel Justin Danhof.
The profile shows that the Brennan Center has a history of cherry-picking data that aligns with pre-determined conclusions that voter integrity measures, such as requiring a photo ID to vote, are actually efforts to disfranchise specific voting blocs. The Brennan Center appears to ignore or severely downplay data that are inconvenient for its theses.
Report Exposes Brennan Center for Justice's Biased Reporting and Liberal Funding
However the 11% figure is still bogus. I have never had a copy of my own birth certificate in my life, and I have still managed to obtain a drivers license in three different states. A social security number has always been enough. And there is not a legal US citizen that cannot easily obtain a social security number.Driving cars and cashing checks are not constitutional rights. Voting is.
Wow, two conservative think tanks (read: professional bull**** artists) don't like the Brennan Center. Oh, rats.
If it's bogus, provide alternate data, not your personal anecdote.However the 11% figure is still bogus. I have never had a copy of my own birth certificate in my life, and I have still managed to obtain a drivers license in three different states. A social security number has always been enough. And there is not a legal US citizen that cannot easily obtain a social security number.
It only indicates whether Z is something X supports.
That said, the X can bring into question the position of Z about some things, depending on X's position about the same things.
Basically what I'm saying here is that X funds Z =/= X agrees with Z, and certainly does not mean that if X funds Z, Z is dead politically.
That's not an argument, it's conviction by association. You can only cast aspersions by association and still have a leg to stand on, logically.
Proving those aspersions requires more information.
But aspersions are often plenty to cause issues, in politics.
Sometimes I think we're alone. Sometimes I think we're not. In either case, the thought is staggering. ~ R. Buckminster Fuller