Wrong again. The U.S. Department of Justice has intervened and ordered Florida to halt the voter purge as it may violate Federal law. Moreover, the way in which this process is being carried out and the requirements for reinstating one’s voting rights are not mandated by Florida law but were chosen by Governor Scott. If they chose, they could have pursued a more rigorous, less error-prone method just as they could have chosen a less draconian method of repeal. There’s nothing illogical about this, but if you want to whip out the logical fallacies, your assumption that the current process is the only possible means of protecting against voter fraud and properly maintaining the voter rolls is a false dilemma. Finally, I can confidently guess your political leanings by the fact that you are repeating the canard that there were 53,000 dead people voting in Florida. This lie was peddled solely on fringe right-wing web sites. While mainstream media outlets did report that a prior (less error-laden) process had purged 53,000 deceased people from voting roles, they also made it clear that there was absolutely NO indication that these names were being used as a part of a voter fraud operation (just as there is absolutely zero evidence of widespread voter fraud in Florida in general). Their presence on the list was simply a result of being previously overlooked by state officials responsible for maintaining voter rolls. So, while it’s possible that you’re a moderate or left-winger who just happens to pick up and repeat lies from fringe right-wing web sites, I somehow doubt that.