A few years ago I was in a local chain restaurant with my Dad, who was 65 years old at the time, and was and is today without a hair on his head. I never saw my dad drink a beer in his life, but it was his birthday, and I guess he felt like it was about time, so he ordered a beer. For whatever reason, he didn't have his wallet on him, and I'm not kidding, the waitress would not serve him alcohol without an ID. I realize you have to be careful, but really?
So there are questions raised in certain states about whether or not you should be allowed to do the minimum to identify yourself before you vote. Do we really live in a country where a 65 year old man can not be served one beer without photo identification, but you can cast a vote in the name of any person without any identification at all?
What am I missing here?