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Friday, August 28 

Show Me Your ID

Congressman Jim Moran (D-VA) held a town hall recently. People showed up to express their extreme displeasure with the health reform bill. Moran took control of the situation by accusing those opposed to the bill of being plants who aren't even from his district. He went so far as to demand ID from one gentleman before allowing him to ask a question.

Here's my question, if it's so vitally important to verify that someone is a citizens of your district before allowing them to ask a question at a town hall meeting, why do democrats steadfastly oppose asking for ID to vote? Surely voting is slightly more important than someone asking a question at a town hall, isn't it?

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