That’s what America has:
Our democratic process requires an effective system for maintaining accurate voter registration information. Voter registration lists are used to assign precincts, send sample ballots, provide polling place information, identify and verify voters at polling places, and determine how resources, such as paper ballots and voting machines, are deployed on Election Day. However, these systems are plagued with errors and inefficiencies that waste taxpayer dollars, undermine voter confidence, and fuel partisan disputes over the integrity of our elections.
Voter registration in the United States largely reflects its 19th-century origins and has not kept pace with advancing technology and a mobile society. States’ systems must be brought into the 21st century to be more accurate, cost-effective, and efficient.
Seeing as how there are more stringent ID requirements for buying Sudafed, I think it is safe to say that the requirements for voting are rather lax. The reason for this is obvious: politicians are less concerned about the identity of voters than allergy-sufferers.
Stated another way, it’s harder to fraudulently buy allergy meds than it is to vote. Since politicians find voter fraud to be more personally profitable than drug fraud, the other obvious conclusion to be drawn for this current state of affairs as regards the lax ID requirements for voting is that politicians are dependent on committing voter fraud to win elections, which is why they make committing voter fraud so easy. That politicians are corrupt is not news, by any means, but at least now it is provable. And thus, it can be concluded that democracy in America is nothing more than a pretty lie and a complete fraud.
* “Apatocracy” is taken from the Greek word apati and kratos, which mean “fraud” and “rule,” respectively. “Apatocracy,” then, refers to rule by fraud. Kratos is also one of the rood words of “democracy.”