Apparently, there's only one lesson Republicans ever learn from their electoral defeats:
A state senator who served as co-chair of Mitt Romney’s Wisconsin campaign suggested this week that the Republican presidential nominee would have carried the state if a voter ID law had been in place.
Voter ID “absolutely” would have made a difference in the outcome of the election, state Sen. Alberta Darling (R) told Mike Gousha of WISN on Sunday. She suggested that voter fraud helped President Barack Obama win the state.
President Obama won Wisconsin by over 200,000 votes. You do the math as to how many Democratic voters Darling is suggesting should be tossed in jail.