I'm sorry, but that's a false argument. There is no logical reason to have voter ID when there already is ID that voters have held for years and years. There is no logical reason to force the public to obtain some other form of ID when they've been using the very same ID their whole adult lives. You're simply attempting to make voting; which is a right, more difficult for citizens and those most vulnerable to this are elderly and minorities. And your phony argument that this somehow promotes a non-existent voter fraud is just that....phony. Out of the 197 million votes cast for federal candidates between 2002 and 2005, only 40 voters were indicted for voter fraud, according to a Department of Justice study outlined during a 2006 Congressional hearing. Only 26 of those cases, or about .00000013 percent of the votes cast, resulted in convictions or guilty pleas. 40 voters were indicted for fraud. Only 26 were convicted out of 197 million votes. That's not going to swing an election. But...by forcing this stupidly obvious attempt to suppress the vote for the sake of 26 out of 197 million is ridiculous, which is why the courts are ruling against it. When you can demonstrate voter fraud, I'm sure we'll all be interested in hearing about it.