Vaccine Passports , Voter ID No

By | July 13, 2021 | 0 Comments

Vice President Harris and husband, both fully vaccinated, kiss through masks.

  • Vaccine passports may be required for airlines, ball games, public gatherings, and entering some businesses. So far the government seems to be relying on private businesses to act for it. Vice President Harris sidesteps question, refuses to rule out passports.
  • Vice President Harris, like other Dems, says voter ID suppresses minority vote, claims that rural Americans are unable to photocopy their ID.

Taken alone, either of these news reports might reasonably be argued. But they are mutually contradictory. If showing ID is an unreasonable burden for voting, how is it reasonable for eating in a restaurant or going to a ballgame? If minority or rural Americans find getting a voter ID too burdensome, how can they get a vaccine passport more easily?

Humans are fallible. There is way to be 100% certain we are right. But there is a way to be 100% certain we are wrong: contradict ourselves. That way we are sure to be wrong part of the time. And if we choose our positions carefully, we can be wrong all the time. Kamala Harris appears to be approaching this difficult goal.

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