The voting franchise is one of the most important aspects of a citizen's right to hold the government accountable to the people. The Constitution of the United States is the "law of the land" and is the best protection a citizen has against a tyrannical and/or overreaching government. As I have stated before one of the requirements of my acceptance of an Officer's Commission in the United States Air Force was my pledge to accept and obey the oath of office. One of the precepts of that pledge was that I protect and defend the Constitution of the United States against all enemies foreign and domestic. I swore before man and my God that I would do so to the best of my ability. Also, as the commission presented to me by the Congress of the United States in part stated that the Congress of the United States places "special faith and confidence in one John Richard Stiegelmeyer". I am sorry that I cannot remember more as this special document was destroyed by fire in my Father's home in 1965. While an active member of the Armed Forces of the United States I had a military Identification. In fact, I have always had a certificate of identification since I qualified and received a driver's license. In fact, in order to do any legally required operation, an Identification certificate or other proof of identity is required. So the question and answer I submit are why do you Braden wish to disavow this requirement for a citizen to cast a legal vote? By the way, I find it easy to cast a legal vote - period.
Your objection has no legal merit and is moot!
A note to Ms. Gould: your meanderings have no merit.
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