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As you might have guessed, I was on vacation this week. Blogging was light, and my Facebook account saw zero action.
Sophie would say, "Good times, good times."
Thinking back on the week, it occured to me that Disney World is a microcosm of our own universe. And not just because you can walk from Mexico to Norway before you finish your margarita.
Everything requires that you establish your identity. Check in to a resort? Photo ID. Buy a souvenir? Key in your PIN. Enter a park? Scan your keycard, and validate your fingerprint. Try using the wrong finger? No entry for you.
There's no "ticket fraud" at Disney World.
Contrast that with voting. Say a name. Vote. Walk across the hall. Say another name. Vote again.
Yeah, that's secure.
The Disney people could solve our voter fraud problem in 5 minutes, with one hand tied behind their backs.
But then, Democrats might lose.
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