Let's see how this works. Democrats are part of the legislature which made the law. Rather than trying again to get something passed in the legislature, they go right to and depend on the courts, a judge, to overturn the will of the people, and re-write the law to their liking from the bench.
Which for me explains why we aren't hearing any democrat saying what their plan is, to any criticism they have of what Bush is doing or would do. Their platform is vacuous. Actually, for the last 5 years it's only been obstruct Bush and anything and everything he tries to do. Everything. Understand? That's their platform. To really function as a viable party again, they're going to have to ween themselves from using the Judiciary as their underground legislature, and begin doing it the old fashioned, constitutional way. Which is to say, it might take a generation or two to make that adjustment.
So in Indiana they are fighting a free picture ID for all voters, in order to better prevent voter fraud.
Critics say requiring a photo ID at the polls unfairly affects the poor, minorities, people with disabilities and the elderly, many of whom do not have driver's licenses and might struggle to obtain a photo ID.
You know what? Sometimes you do have to struggle to protect things, like yourself, your country, your freedom. Don't get me started here, some people do think freedom is free.
The law offers free photo ID cards for those who cannot afford a driver's license and makes exemptions for some people in nursing homes and state institutions.
Guess this is what happens when you have all these underemploed democrat lawyers sent out to watch the polling stations. Planning their next court battle instead of planning a legislative agenda that people will vote for.
Democrats Sue Over Indiana Voter ID Law. Democrats File Federal Lawsuit to Overturn New Indiana Voter Identification Law [ABC News: Politics]