On this off year Election Day, I discover that David Neiwert has an interesting entry on voters and voting.
The central question is simple, and the answers tells a lot about you. It is indeed a Rohrschach test.
Is it better that a hundred felons, or illegal immigrants vote, than to prevent a single eligible citizen from voting?
I find myself disturbed by the prospect that eligible, legal citizens of the US might get caught in an overzealous dragnet designed to stop ineligible voters from casting a ballot. Be it felons or illegal immigrants, I would rather, personally, err on the side of caution than to prevent ordinary citizens of the US from having their franchise in the name of preventing those who really should vote, from voting.