Republicans on the House Administration Committee want to shore up voter registration rules in the wake of a Colorado study that found as many as 5,000 non-citizens in the state took part in last year’s election. Rep. Gregg Harper (R-Miss.), the panel’s chairman, called the study “a disturbing wake-up call” that should cause every state to review its safeguards to prevent illegal voting. “We simply cannot have an electoral system that allows thousands of non-citizens to violate the law and vote in our elections. We must do more to protect the integrity of our electoral processes,” Harper added. . . . “We know we have a problem here. We don’t know the size of it,” Gessler said in testimony to Administration’s Elections subcommittee.
This is directly related to the Democrat immigration policy. What policy, you say ? And we answer with, "Exactly." Understand that the current Democrat leadership believes in a borderless world . . . . . beginning with our southern border. The plan? To "smuggle" in as many Democrat voters as possible. Look, the world outside of the United States of America is not conservative. Not a shock. American conservatives are very different for even "conservatives" in the rest of the world. Understand that American conservatives are driven by respect for God (at some level) and the Founding Principles recorded in our country's first documents.
This is why Democrats will never push for an immigration policy that does not allow illegals to vote. They know that the great majority of people coming into this country know nothing of the American historical experience and will chose a more politically liberal agenda if tempted by entitlements of some kind at some level. American conservatives had better figure out how to play the game [without compromise, of course] or they will not be a political force a 100 years from now -- if not sooner. This is why the event of each election has its tens of thousands of registration and voter problems. You see, cheating for justifiable reasons is Democrat election strategy.