A recent development has received very little notice in the news. Earlier this year, the New York State Motor Vehicle Department notified nearly half a million drivers that their social security numbers were unverifiable. Some corrected the problem. But state officials expect as many as 300,000 will fail to comply. This is because they are illegal aliens.
A driver's license is the passport to American society. The Federation for American Immigration Reform reports that 16 states have intentionally allowed illegal aliens to get driver's licenses or had lax application provisions in which licenses could be easily obtained. Illegal aliens have been able to fraudulently obtain a driver's license in many of the other 34 states, as well.
Now enter the National Voter Registration Act, commonly known as the Motor Voter Law. Signed into law by President Clinton in 1993 it allows anyone getting a driver's license to also register to vote. In its first year of full implementation more than 11 million people registered to vote or changed their voting address. No one knows just how many are illegal voters.
But a couple of years ago, the Postal Service was unable to locate 28 percent of the registered voters in St. Louis, Missouri a very scary statistic.
And now, as many as 300,000 in New York may be using fraudulent social security numbers indicating their status in the U.S. is illegal. Yet, they and every other illegal alien who holds a driver's license will potentially cast a ballot in this year's and every year's election.
It's time we crack down on illegal aliens before they vote to take away your rights.
And that's the Point.
I'm Mark Hyman
We all saw the results of the 2000 American election. This time, I'm personally going to fight back in the only way that I can, with a blog that documents as many news reports about Democrat fraud as I can.
- Name: Dean
- Location: Iowa, United States
Dean has been a professional computer consultant for almost 25 years, serving the Unix/Linux and various programming markets.
Tuesday, October 26, 2004