The point was kinda two fold though. One, if you can't afford something, get a job and contribute to society. Two, this is a ridiculous argument for not having an ID. Not only are IDs (legal ones) cheap, but if you really had to, you could probably get a job under the table or borrow a few bucks to get an ID. The fact of the matter is, if you really wanted to contribute to society and practice your constitutional right to vote, then you would get an ID. But those who don't want an ID are not contributing to society and really only want to vote to the guy who is going to give them a welfare check.