12 July 2012
Admiring the Exposed Super-Egos in the DOJ Voter ID Case
Victoria Rose Rodriguez is an 18 year old from San Antonio who is worried that the Texas Voter ID law would disenfranchise her. So the Eric Holder led Department of Justice used the Texas teen to testify in Washington DC courtroom as a poster child to nullify Texas’s efforts to prevent voter fraud by demanding state issued identification before going to the ballot box.
In March, the Department of Justice blocked implementation of this Texas Voter ID Law as a violation of the Federal Civil Rights Act. A three judge panel in Washington, DC is adjudicating the case. Ms. Rodriguez’s testimony came at the end of the second day of testimony and clearly was an attempt by the Department of Justice to put a sympathetic human face to their case. Attorney General Holder notes that only 8% of whites lack ID cards but that the statistic skyrockets to 25% for minorities.
Ms. Rodriguez testified that she has limited documentation, which includes a birth certificate, a student ID and a high school transcript. Rodriguez is currently a registered voter but enforcement of the 2011 Texas Voter ID law would prevent her from voting.
Rodriguez testified that her parents were too busy to take her or her twin sister to get a voter ID card as her dad works all day and her mother is sole caretaker of her grandmother. Moreover, Rodriguez thinks that getting a driver’s license is untenable as her parents can not afford to add her to the family’s auto insurance policy.
Interesting that a legally recognized adult is so dependant on her parents to exercise her duties as a citizen. Sad that A.G. Holder holds Rodriguez’s example as part of his brief that a young voter is so dependent on her parents to go to the DMV to get an ID card in an urban environment.
Curious that a teen whose parents are too busy to take her to the DMV to get a state ID card (not necessarily a driver’s license) had the time to drive her for an estimated 24 hours one way from San Antonio to the nation’s capital to testify. Perhaps she flew to the District of Calamity. But if Ms. Rodriguez used an airline ticket, wouldn’t she had to have shown an approved government issued ID? If so, then why was she testifying? Did the Department of Justice contract for private aviation for their poster child witness so that ID did not have to been shown. Inquiring minds would like to know.
If anyone in the Lamestream Media would actually do their jobs and ask hard questions, they would have to come to terms with Ms. Rodriguez’s travel disparity that she was presumably able to fly by showing ID to Washington and testify that she would be disenfranchised by having to show valid official ID to exercise her sacred franchise as a citizen. This would expose the Texas teen as a useful idiot who traded her integrity to get a fleeting moment of fame while aiding a partisan policy which she supports. But instead of being responsible, the AP changed their story that Rodriguez’s parents were too busy to take her to that Rodriguez was unable to get the proper ID.
The Super-Ego is a Freudian concept that relates to the conscience. Without needing to expose her ID, the ego becomes unleashed. The Lamestream Media’s Super Ego is covered with yellow and Rodriguez’s Super Ego seems to have no governor. Then again, is there any governor, like the rule of law, in the Holder Justice Department?