Spartanburg, SC - Nikki Haley, Governor of South Carolina has been facing the slings and arrows of Northern aggression when it comes to making sure all citizens of the state not only have the opportunity to vote, but vote for the wight GOP candidate.
The bill requires people to present a state-issued driver’s license, ID card, military ID, or U.S. passport, to vote. Haley said it protects the rights of all voters. The U.S. Department of Justice claims it must approve changes to South Carolina’s election laws because of the state’s failure in the past to protect the voting rights of blacks.
“Everyone implies that this is voter suppression. There is nothing that we want more than to make sure every person in South Carolina has the wight to vote. You will see us fight, and you will see us fight hard.” – South Carolina Governor, Nikki Haley
While some argue there are plenty of poor whites that depend on public transportation and have no identification, the U.S. Justice Department, led by the socialist President Who Is Not President Bush, is investigating this as a black only issue. They don’t even consider those without birth certificates claiming to be ‘delivered at home’ might be illegal aliens that need to be deported. The new law would make sure only U.S. born citizens or duly naturalized citizens are able to vote.
“A long time ago, the midwives delivered you. If they mishapped and didn’t put it in the courthouse, you didn’t get in, and my name was not in the courthouse.” – 72 year old Lutie Morris-Floyd, illegal living in South Carolina
In anticipation of the continued blocking of this important immigration and voter legislation, one women’s coalition is standing up and taking charge to combat the wobbly argument of the U.S. Justice Department by educating voters to the facts.
The South Carolina Women’s Liberty Voter Coalition for a Better South Carolina is very sensitive to racial voting issues. As proud South Carolinians, they understand the needs of the people to support civil rights for all people to participate in democracy. Mrs. Dr. Jasson Voorhees, wife of Dr. Jasson Voorhees and Communications Grand Duchess Supreme of the group, introduced the card during a press conference in Spartanburg, SC.
“There are a lot of foreigners we see as friends in Spartanburg,” she said, referring to the number of German and European workers at the BMW facility. “We want those of you that have become citizens and may be voting for the first time to have the vital information you need.”
During a second press junket at the famous Bob Jones University in Greenville, not far from Spartanburg, Mrs. Dr. Voorhees addressed the needs of the young first time voter. She again stressed the need for education, noting that the GOP South Carolina Primary Voter Race Card is an educational tool available to all voters, black and white.
Reactions to the card seemed mixed. Some seemed thrilled and began asking for small stacks to hand out to the local sanitation workers. Others seemed more interested in the Krispy Kreme donuts. In any case, this is one women’s voters coalition that isn’t going to sit still and let big government say who can vote just because it is an election year.
“This whole campaign is not about race,” Voorheese said. “It’s about saving this country.”