On Friday we received word from Mayfair Mall in Wauwatosa that the shopping center will require people younger than 18 to shop with a parent or an adult 21 or older during certain hours.
The new policy, which goes into effect on Friday, March 30 and is called "Parental Guidance Required," applies after 2 p.m. Fridays and Saturdays.
I'm not here to arque the pros and cons of this policy as I rarely drive all the way to Tosa to shop (and seriously, it's so much easier to park Downtown anyway). But, I can't help but wonder why an 18-year-old now has to show an I.D. to shop but still doesn't have to show one to vote.
As I go to the polls next Tuesday, April 3, I'll still be scratching my head.
I ponder the same question Jeff. It's all about liberal vote freud. Liberals are basically saying that black people are too dumb to get ID? Aren't they supposed to be for minorities? Or is there another reason they shoot down the ID requirement for voting? It's so they can sheat Jeff.
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