Friday's editorial cartoon in the Post-Gazette was the paper's usual refrain against voter ID. The American Civil Liberties Union's court case has delayed implementation for the past two elections. The ACLU alleges the poor, the aged, minorities and the handicapped are disenfranchised by the difficulty in obtaining a free government ID.
Recently, I was in line at Rivers Casino to get a players card for which you need an ID. In the same line with me were a number of people who were elderly, some who were obviously handicapped and also a number of minorities. Magically, they had ID so they were all able to get a player's card to put into the slots. Thus it is obvious that there is transportation and personal help available to get people to the casino, but supposedly none at all is available to get them to a government office.
Apparently the judge who bought the ACLU's specious argument doesn't often get out in the real world.