1. “Let people vote (in the U.S.).” Posted by @EricHolder. Retweeted by @jack.
Another voter ID law struck down as discriminatory-NorthCarolina. Joins Wisconsin and Texas-in one week. Let people vote! #VoterID— Eric Holder (@EricHolder)
2. “Doctors with Borders: How the U.S. Shuts Out Foreign Physicians.” Posted by @Dr_Lanie
Article: Doctors With Borders: How the U.S. Shuts Out Foreign Physicians pic.twitter.com/HLcsmjrpPv— Lanie Spaedy, MD (@Dr_Lanie)
Democrats allege that some #VoterID laws are “discriminatory” and must be struck down.
Would Democrats also allege that the regulation of doctors in the U.S. with non U.S. degrees is “discriminatory”? Who is “the other” Eric Holder who would say, “Let all doctors practice (in the U.S.)”?
When voters don’t have the U.S. proper required voter ID (or when doctors don’t have the U.S. proper school system requirement), the voters can’t vote (the doctors can’t practice).
I am fascinated by the correlation upon which both issues are founded or can still be claimed to be otherwise.
Refer to tweets below.
— Burt Brecht (@BurtBrecht)
— Norman Vincent (@normanjvincent)
— Allison Westmont (@allisonwestmont) July 29, 2016