That would go completely against what Martin Luther King Jr stood for. He made tremendous progress in our country in the way he approached issues.
Voting is for every single American citizen. It's not difficult and it doesn't need to be made into something difficult. We all are required to have some form of ID. If we drive, we have a license, or we have a form of ID card in order to do many other things we need to do daily. Ensuring that we have proper identification and that it is consistent with what is on file is nothing abnormal. My son this past November almost wasn't able to vote because a number had been written incorrectly on his voter registration. It's easy to go to the registrars office in town a few months ahead of an election and verify that your information is correct in the system. It was a quick easy fix and he was able to vote.
Mandrake I don't know you personally, but I wish you all the very best. Make your vote always count and make it with an informed mind.
PS.... Tea is good. LOL. :-)