Military Voter Suppression

Instapundit points out a very interesting blurb in the Atlantic, which says that some military voters are going to take it in the shorts....again:
Fairfax general registrar Rokey Suleman said Thursday that he has had to reject some of the ballots because of a Virginia law passed in 2002. That law -- then called Senate Bill 113, sponsored by then state Sen. Bill Bolling -- requires that when an overseas citizen wants to request an absentee ballot and cast a vote with the same paperwork, it requires not only a witness signature but also the current address of the witness.
So let me get this straight. In some states you can be dead or even non-existant, and you don't need a legitimate address in order to vote. But in Virginia if you are stationed overseas with the military you might actually need *TWO* legitimate addresses??

What a crock.

I sent in my ballot to Texas a few weeks ago. Easy as pie....