The question as to why our society should take the sale of a six pack more seriously than the franchise is one of those questions I can't get anyone to answer. Show your ID to the beer barn, but in the name of some nebulous "disparate impact", one doesn't. It's quite telling that a plastic display of maturity to get loaded is demanded, but the cool sobriety that democracy supposedly demands its "citizens" is some kind of tyranny.
Remember this inspiring image?
You need an ID to get beer, to qualify for EBT, for welfare, for WIC, to drive, for a plethora of cradle to grave social functions. Why is voting supposed to be an exception to this?