this booth for white, paying voters only.Can you solve a Rubix cube? Do you know how to count backwards from 100 by intervals of 8? Can you name the Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse? No? (Conquest, War, Death and Famine). Okay! Time to start practicing, Wisconsin voters. If you are headed to the DMV to apply for your free state voter ID, you should expect to answer a few riddles before the state just starts “handing out” these cards to any old person for free. Scott Walker wants all of you to WORK FOR SOMETHING FOR ONCE IN YOUR LIFE, YOU FREELOADERS. Or, you could always pay the state the $28 fee for your ID like an actual landowning capitalist patriot, but who can afford it. Riddles it is! So let’s see, how does a Wisconsin voter navigate the DMV office to obtain a voter ID? Oh look, this nice lady made an undercover video instruction manual! Let’s watch: 

The salient point of this video is that the Wisconsin DMV is not obligated, and in fact it is not their policy, to first inform a voter ID applicant that he or she is not obligated to pay the $28 fee for issuing the card. The applicant must know to first request a free card, and then find a small box on the form asking for the free card. Otherwise, the applicant is automatically charged $28 for the state ID. To the small minded, that sort of sounds like a poll tax!

Oh and also they get to look through your bank account statement and determine whether you are too poor to vote, no voting if you are homeless and don’t have an address, etc etc.

AFL-CIO estimates there are roughly 300,000 eligible voters in Wisconsin without driver’s licenses or state-issued photo IDs who are mostly minority, elderly and students, so all of these people get to wade into a DMV office full of annoyed bureaucrats who get to test them on their ability to figure out their “free cards” are not free unless they ask for them to be free, even though “there were more UFO sightings (40) in Wisconsin in 2008 than reports of improper voting (14) out of the 3 million votes cast in the 2008 election.” Good use of state resources. [BRAD BLOG/ Youtube]

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  • BaldarTFlagass

    He who wants this free ID
    Must answer first these questions three…

    • The answer to them is we browns, Hispanic, and/or homeless ain't voting no mo in Wisconsin.

    • I could never figure out if an Africa Swallow could carry a coconut.

    • What is your name?
      What is your place of residence
      What is your favorite color?

      If the answer to number three is anything other than "Pure, unblemished white and proud of it" then no ID for you

      • horsedreamer_1

        "Pure, unblemished white", you say?

        The heavily-hairsprayed kid from my tenth grade English class just got a stiffy. (He shares his name with a stand-up comedian, too. To narrow it down for ye.)

        • AJWjr.

          Carrot Top?

    • Lionel[redacted]Esq

      1) Scott Walker: Great Governor, or Greatest Governor?

      2) Are brown people trying to impose Socialism/Sharia Law in our state?

      3) Is it possible to raise taxes without worshiping the devil?

    • GOPCrusher

      1) What is your name?
      2) Where do you live?
      3) What is the air speed of an African swallow?

  • Pragmatist2

    In my ideal world, this snags more of the idiots in the Tea Party than the idiots in the Democratic Party.

  • CrunchyKnee

    Gotcha' questions??!!!111!

  • riverside68

    make it simple: if your credit score is below 600 – U NO VOTO!

    Short form: no credit card=no vote

    Revenue raising idea: sell the franchise to American Express: no Amex-no vote

    Want to vote for a Senator? Get a Gold Card

  • Come here a minute

    It's no pain at all — just don't vote. (Oh, I guess that's the point.)

  • SarahsBush

    I think Walker just knows he can get away with it. I mean, I'd gladly cough up $28 to vote that Kochsucker out.

    • Oblios_Cap

      Freedom isn't Free™

  • They should check for Voter IQ's instead.

    • prommie

      Unfortunately, this scheme does approximate testing for IQ.

    • BlueMonkeh

      I think my illiterate roofer would make better voting choices than the suburban dipshits that actually live around me and own property and have bank accounts.

    • DaRooster

      They must have… Walker is Gubner… low enough you can vote! Hooray!

    • Why is that any different than now-illegal literacy tests?

  • If a swallow were carrying a coconut…

    • prommie

      It could grasp it by the husk. . .

    • horsedreamer_1

      European, or Welfare, Swallow?

  • EatsBabyDingos

    The DMV has been advised to say "We are the Knights who say NI! NI! NI!"

    • Doktor Zoom

      More like "None shall pass."

      And when Walker's recalled, he'll insist it's only a flesh wound.

  • WhatTheHeck

    Riddle me this, Scott Walker: What kind of sneaky bastard are you?

    • ingloriousbytch

      He's not sneaky at all. He's just a straight up bastard.

    • Negropolis

      All of them, Katie. Every. Fuckin'. One.

  • Where exactly in Mississippi is this "Wisconsin"?

    • elviouslyqueer

      Seriously. Also, congratulations and THANKS Scott Walker for making my state look downright progressive!

      • freakishlywrong

        You mean they haven't thought of this yet in Mississippi?

        • elviouslyqueer

          Meh. Who needs voter suppression when every. single. candidate. is Republican?

          • Doktor Zoom

            Yup. Idaho (Mississippi on the Snake River) also has this stupid ID requirement.

            But we do have two parties–Right-wing Republicans and Extreme Right-wing Republicans.

          • CrankyLttlCamperette

            Country AND Western!

        • genxr

          Mississippi thought of this 50 years ago.

        • "Between 1890 and 1910, ten of the former eleven Confederate states – starting with Mississippi – passed new constitutions or amendments that effectively disfranchised most blacks and tens of thousands of poor whites through a combination of poll taxes, literacy and comprehension tests, and residency and record-keeping requirements."

      • Gomez571

        They are talking about it here also. What Obama needs to do is send everyone in the blue districts a voucher that can be redeemed for $28.00 at Taco Bell, Churches or Piccadilly, but only with a State ID. Is it racist to assume old people eat at Piccadilly?

    • BlueMonkeh

      You know, us residents on the "good" side of the MO river refer to Council Bluffs, IA as "Counciltucky" – could it be Madissippi now in WI?

      • Charlatan! Everyone knows there is no "good" side of the MO river!

    • horsedreamer_1

      You know who else was from both Mississippi & Wisconsin?

  • prommie

    The Four Horsemen, that was Leahy, Strudler, Crowley, and shit, I can't remember the fourth. No googling, I promise, thats my best.

    But seriously, war is different from conquest? And death, isn't that part of all of the other three, as well? What a fucked up list, its all the same thing, really.

    • BlueMonkeh

      to me, conquest = sexytime, but that's just me and i would never presuppose that war and conquest should be mutually exclusive.

    • DaRooster

      Man O' War? Gotta be a War in there somewhere…

    • Doktor Zoom

      I'll admit to wiki-ing to find the Terry Pratchett / Neil Gaiman version of the Four Horsepersons in Good Omens. In their take, it's War (a hottie with an arsenal), Famine (a food industry magnate who sells stuff that simultaneously causes obesity and starvation), Pollution (a replacement for Pestilence, who retired in 1936, "muttering about penicillin"), and Death, who has glowing blue eye-sockets and SPEAKS IN ALL CAPS, as you'd expect.

      • DaRooster

        So is that last one at the front of Denver International?

      • MissusBarry

        I'm due for a re-read of that gem. When I randomly picked it up at 14, I certainly had no idea how prescient it was.

    • poorgradstudent

      I don't even remember where I got this version of the list, but it goes War, Famine, Pestilence, and Disaster, which I like because it really does cover most of the things that kill tons of people.

    • Tommmcatt

      The real four horseman are:

      Paris Hilton (Pestilence)
      Maria Shriver Swarzenegger (Famine)
      Donald Fucking Rumsfeld (War)
      Orly Taitz (Stupidity)

      Apocalypse coming as soon as this gyre gets wide enough…

    • comrad_darkness

      Miller. And it's Stuhldreher you Americanizing bastard.

      Why do I know this? I hate ND. Actually, check that, I loath the fans I grew up with, the team is meh, really, especially recently. More of a charity affair, really.

  • Goonemeritus

    So if you overcome all these obstacles you only need stare down the crushing indifference brought on by the left telling you that they’re all Republican anyhow. “Fuck you guys I’m going home”

    • Fucking Leftists! What with their trivial concerns about "Social Security" and "Medicare".

      Who needs 'em, right?

    • BlueMonkeh

      Dammit…I just had that conversation with one of my friends in an email this morning.

      To say that they're all the same is just fucking crazy.

    • Respitetini

      No, we're not saying they're all Republicans. We're just saying they all vote like Republicans.

      But yes, there's a difference. Some of these legislators have a little (R) after their name. Some have a little (D). So, hooray Team (D)!

  • Captain_Quark

    This fits perfectly with the Republican notion of the state. It's basically a means for fucking over poor people. I'm surprised there isn't a special "nigger fee" that the state charges for the inconvenience of processing an application filled out by one of those unsavory dark people.

    It's high time Canada invaded to liberate the suffering people of Wisconsin.

  • Oblios_Cap

    WTF? Your bank account has to show activity? I don't even recieve a paper statement.
    What a crock o' shit.

    • elviouslyqueer

      I didn't get that part either. WTF business is it of the state to know what is my goddamn bank balance? And what about the people who don't have bank accounts?

      • DaRooster

        They already know… and as for no paper statement… you WILL buy paper from GP… and like it.

  • arihaya

    Wisconsin Voter ID Law Basically a Huge Pain For Everyone Without ID

    translation in Plain English: Wisconsin voter ID law basically a huge pain for everyone who isn't either an obscenely rich bastard or a shameless Koch-sucker

    • comrad_darkness

      The rich, turns out, don't vote. This one vote one person shit is for the prolls. Money is how you get things done.

  • Buckminster

    This whole idea blows chunks.

  • BaldarTFlagass

    there were more UFO sightings (40) in Wisconsin in 2008 than reports of improper voting (14)

    They're just trying to suppress the alien vote.

    • genxr

      Police who pull over a flying saucer are required to investigate their legal residency.

    • AJWjr.

      Build the danged space-fence!

    • MissusBarry

      Alien voting is a deportable offense.

    • Negropolis

      Voting While Green is a crime, you know.

  • How many times did those 40 UFOs vote for Scott Walker?

    • DaRooster

      All of them…. you know…

    • FNMA

      And how many times was he anally probed by Kochs?

    • Lionel[redacted]Esq

      And were they piloted by Lizard Men?

  • fuflans

    that man likes his cheese curds.

  • Laughitoff22

    Can't these people just send their butlers or maids to do all of this for them? Waiting in lines is so plebeian…

  • Tundra Grifter

    I read that list of documents required to get the voter/state ID card.

    Looks to me like all you need to obtain ID is ID. And the twenty-eight bucks, of course, if you don't check the right box.

    Cue "Poll Tax' by Tom Lehrer.

  • Duly_Noted

    Somewhere, Robert LaFollette is now being referred to as "Pinwheel Bob."

  • Ducksworthy

    Also the olds may have some difficulty passing under the 18" limbo pole.

  • BaldarTFlagass

    WHAT… is your name?
    WHAT… is your skin color?
    WHAT… is your party affiliation?

  • not that Dewey

    So CSICOP is in charge of voter registration now?

  • fuflans

    i bought francis my darling mini cooper* in WI and now i am very sorry i didn't give those revenues to the obscenely corrupt state of IL.

    * yes i know it is very uncool to name a car but that is just the way i roll.

    • BlueMonkeh

      hellz no – my Mini is named Beep Boop and I love her to death

      how could you not name a Mini?


      • fuflans

        this is what my boy tells me. but then, he is from GA and drives a truck.

        • Lascauxcaveman

          Whom he secretly calls "Gayle," and has slow-mo, soft-focus dreams about washing the hood and fenders…

    • SarahsBush

      Naming my car was how I was introduced to this whole "being ironic and lame is cool" concept. I once had a Ford Escort wagon — not cool. I proudly named it Gertrude, and suddenly everyone wanted to get in her back seat, if you know I mean.

      • Lascauxcaveman

        My ancient, fading grey Camry is named "Auntie Camry," but we usually just call her Auntie.

    • Doktor Zoom

      It's OK to name a car. Just ask my 1973 Impala, Vlad. (Or its predecessor, the 1980 Datsun that leaked oil–The Nissan Valdez)

    • elviouslyqueer

      We've always named our cars. The best was our 18-year-old shit brown Ford F-150 that had about 2 million miles on it, required a burnt offering in order to start up, and broke down every five minutes. We called it "Big Bertha," which seemed entirely appropriate, especially when we finally sold it to the lesbians across the street.

    • Geminisunmars

      I named my mini Anderson.

      • BlueMonkeh

        HA! I see what you did there…

      • Lascauxcaveman

        And I bet you ride him hard.

        • Geminisunmars


          (sorry for the caps)

    • CalamityJames

      Wait…you fuckers have cars? Ummm, isn't there some "job creators" only website that you guys should be visiting?

      • fuflans

        well to be fair, i have a car, but i don't actually have a job.

    • MissusBarry

      Current black Civic: Errol (a la Flynn…pirate wanderlust, but without the raping and pillaging)

      Previous black Civic: Elani, Queen of Afghanistan (named for a song by The Big Wu, a jam band oddly enough from Wisconsin). Sadly, she was stolen a year ago this weekend at 10 years of age and 200k miles and stripped. Rest in peace, my dear Elani.

      • fuflans

        i had a 1990 civic (red) who went by the names of 'wheels of satan' and then – when she was on her last legs – the butthead.

        i would have replaced her with another civic but i feel in love with the mini and i had an actual job at that time.

        • MissusBarry

          I was sorely tempted by the Mini. Alas, my Great Dane objected.—

          • Lascauxcaveman

            Should have offered to let him drive.

          • MissusBarry

            Designated Driver Dane would possibly be the greatest thing ever. You know, since I'm not an Ohioan pro-lifer.

      • tessiee

        My Mazda, Maizie, was the first car I ever bought new. I had her almost 20 years to the day when she was stolen out of a parking lot.

        That car was TWO DAYS FROM RETIREMENT!!

    • emmelemm

      I had a record of Marilyn Monroe recordings (songs from various movies, etc.) and it had audio of a couple of commercials she had starred in way back when.

      One of them was for motor oil and her line was, "Put Royal Triton in Cynthia's little tummy!" I always remember that because it's so random.

    • glamourdammerung

      I am not getting a Mini this year because of BMW's practices towards their employees, but my cars tend to have names as well.

    • tessiee

      "i know it is very uncool to name a car"

      Naming a car is just fine, but wouldn't you name a mini-Cooper Gary?

  • DaRooster


  • freakishlywrong

    Isn't there a federal agency or something that can weigh in on this nonsense? Like the Wisco National Guard?

    • BlueMonkeh

      Shoot first, let Election Systems sort 'em out?

    • GOPCrusher

      I know. If we only had a Department Of Justice in this country. I believe they used to be responsible for investigating election issues.

  • I see a business opportunity here. Letterheads for homeless shelters!
    I’ll be rich! Rich I tellsya!

  • This is so fucking stupid–"Show me your "proof of Wisconsin residency" so I can give you a card that proves you are a Wisconsin resident.

    Like the videographer I don't blame the clerk–its his job to ask dumb questions and enforce even dumber rules.

    • zhubajie

      If he didn't ask the dumb questions, he might well end up in the homeless shelter himself.

  • Lac du Flambeau is now Croix du Flambeau in Scott Walker's Dixie on the Chippewa.

  • The $28 fee is to pay for the the "Whites Only" 3D Hologram on the ID's…

    • BaldarTFlagass

      If you don't have that, you're vote is deleted the moment you leave the booth.

      • bagofmice

        Apostrophe police, arrest this cat
        his flagrant misuse, is makin me feel ill.

        • BaldarTFlagass

          Arrgh! Got me.

        • And yet you missed the more despicable misspelling of "your".

          Neither one of you illiterate assholes gets to vote!!

        • tessiee

          Aren't you confusing, apostrophe's, with comma's?

  • SayItWithWookies

    Hey, they're just trying to save the Supreme Court the trouble of invalidating another presidential election.

    • GOPCrusher

      I find it more interesting that they are trying to implement this before the Senate and Scott Walker's recall elections.

  • Lucidamente1

    "1. The right of citizens of the United States to vote in any primary or other election for President or Vice President, for electors for President or Vice President, or for Senator or Representative in Congress, shall not be denied or abridged by the United States or any State by reason of failure to pay any poll tax or other tax.

    "2. The Congress shall have power to enforce this article by appropriate legislation."

    • BlueMonkeh

      In other words, based on 2, good luck with that.

    • DashboardBuddha

      The congress won't do shit…tragically.

    • Steverino247

      3. Any person acting to violate this provision shall have the living shit slapped out of them.

    • comrad_darkness

      Teabaggers: tl;dr

    • Schmannnity

      Legal mumbo jumbo.

  • Can this really be legal?

    • fuflans

      this is what i was wondering.

      and i was hoping one of this erudite community would weigh in.

    • Respitetini

      Anything's legal if you have enough money and not too much shame.

    • MissusBarry

      Legality is in the eye of the Kockholder.

    • GOPCrusher

      Real question is, Will anyone do something to stop it?

    • comrad_darkness

      Legal is less important than anyone in power giving a flying fuck.

    • tessiee

      Legal, like in the Bible?

  • fuflans

    my favorite riddle is 'what has it gots in its pocketses?'

    • Oblios_Cap

      its preciousssss…

    • Lint.

  • MinAgain

    Can you name the Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse? No? (Conquest, War, Death and Famine).

    Who does Pestilence have to blow to get some respect around here?

    • V572 Hair of Destiny

      And what's the difference between War and Conquest? Maybe it's this: when it's a Bush 43 war, there is no conquest. The war just goes on and on and on.

      • AJWjr.

        The war goes on forever, and the party never ends.

    • ShaveTheWhales

      I was wondering what happened to Pestilence, too, but then I realized they've got Walker, after all.

    • Schmannnity


      • Negropolis

        Clinton is a veritable genie, that guy. You rub him right, and you get anything you ask for.

  • V572 Hair of Destiny

    Ah, the riddle of the DMV Sphynx. But if Oedipus answers it, the plague on Thebes Fond du Lac will be lifted. However, there will other consequences.

  • Radiotherapy®

    It's easier to drop out of college.

    • horsedreamer_1


      /tugs collar

  • mormos

    92,84,76,68, etc.
    and it's PESTILENCE, war, death, and famine.

    can i vote this asshole out of office now?

    • Sorry one more question to go. How do you spell Chrysanthemum?

      Sprong! Into the valley of death!

  • I noticed that towards the end the mother left in the phone number the guy stated for his suspervisor. I guessing that the super' s phone is really busy now.

  • Ducksworthy

    Lets just declare Wisconsin a corpocracy and call it a day. Only corporations should be allowed to vote.

  • widestanceroman

    So, even if I bring the severed head of Medusa, I still have to pay the $28? And even then, I'll have to battle sword-wielding skeletons?

    I mean, these are perfectly reasonable demands, but the stop action is a real time-killer.

    • genxr

      The head of Medusa? Are you trying to turn this country into Greece you libunatic?

      • widestanceroman

        While the GOP is busy trying to turn us into Rome.

      • AJWjr.

        Other way around–it's medUSA!1!

  • Lucidamente1

    "What… is your name?
    "It is 'Arthur', King of the Britons.
    "What… is your quest?
    "To seek the Holy Grail.
    "What… is the air-speed velocity of an unladen swallow?
    "What do you mean? An African or European swallow?
    "Huh? I… I don't know that."

    • genxr

      If only recall elections were that simple.

    • ArmoredLibunatic

      Damn you damn you damn you DAMN YOU!! I wanted to use that one!

  • Radiotherapy®

    Is this part of the 240,000 jobs this cross-eyed kook promised?

  • freakishlywrong

    How is this not "voter fraud" again? Oh yeah. IOKIYAFARWN.

  • Wisconsin, new home of the poll tax–Mississippi on the Great Lakes updated to 2011.

    • comrad_darkness

      Well, both DO have a history of paddle wheel boats.

  • Oblios_Cap

    Soon we will all have to show our papers whenever we go out of the house. For security, of course.

    • CalamityJames

      Butbutbut…I'm white.

    • Papers, or pass an American culture test like:

      Who had the most home runs in the 1948 World Series??? BOOOOOM!!!

    • AJWjr.

      That's the easy part–if you get mugged outside, you can't produce your papers to get back home!

  • Rosie_Scenario

    Young Karl Rove was very upfront about Repug strategy — way back when he was interviewed by Dan Rather. Video exists. Karl advised college GOP groups to put student gov't election spots in out of the way places on campus and not to publicize. This way only those "in the know" would come out and vote. Ergo, the "right" people would be elected.

    • AJWjr.

      Rhymes with white, right?

  • Weenus299

    They're pulling this nonsense in South Carolina too. A lot of real American citizens here do not have birth certificates because they were born by midwife or just flat born without any hospital registration involved. These are legitimate American citizens who have to do a whole lot of horseshit just to get an ex post facto birth certificate from vital stats. It has that silly thing with discouraging the vote. And only discouraging the vote. Which is fucking evil to me.

  • baconzgood

    I can't snark on this. This is just tragic and should be against the law.

    • GOPCrusher

      Its just part of the overall plan to take America back.

    • emmelemm

      It IS against the law. But a lot of things are against the law, and the law only gets selectively enforced.

      /this week is REALLY sucking

  • x111e7thst

    No one gets their Kochs sucked for free!

  • ttommyunger

    Voter ID fraud has never been a problem. Scott is prolly going to change all that.

  • Papa_Uniform

    In related news: Eric Holder, Attorney General of the United States, when asked about the requirement for a voter ID card in Wisconsin said, "Huh?".

    • horsedreamer_1

      He took all the wrong lessons from the Right-wing Noise Machine's slander of Janet Reno.

      • GOPCrusher

        If Janet Reno was in charge, right now the ATF and FBI would using an armored car with a battering ram to knock down the doors at the Wisconsin Capital building and pumping tear gas in.

    • Crank_Tango

      He's too busy prosecuting medical marijuana operations against Obama's word.

      • Papa_Uniform

        And deporting Messicans.

        • Negropolis

          Honestly, isn't he just the worst? When he's not being totally ineffective, he's being evil.

  • Would the wildlifers get upset if somehow Walker was fed to the muskies?

  • kissawookiee

    I enjoyed reading the AFL-CIO cited material on the linked BradBlog, that lists statistics for white "men," Hispanic "men," and African-American "males." Twice. With friends like that…

    • mumbly_joe

      At least they didn't say "boys".

    • tessiee

      So anyone without a weenus is off the radar?

  • Ruhe

    I've thought that maybe the Republican party should change it's symbol/mascot from an elephant to a red herring. They are so good at selling this utterly unimportant shit. Either that or their target audience is so eager to be distracted by such utterly unimportant shit. Do the tea-tards et al who salivate over this issue ever stop to think about the logistics of using actual people to cast actual votes in order to illegally sway an election. It's ridiculously inefficient. I suppose this red herring could just be cover for Diebold's perfected method of electioneering.

    • horsedreamer_1

      MAC GUFFIN 2012!

    • mumbly_joe

      Which is weird, given how good they are at the actual methods of committing voter fraud- i.e, registering to vote in a presinct you don't live in, or collusion with local election officials to adjust vote tallies en masse. You'd think they'd understand exactly why voter ID laws will faill to stop 99% of fraudulant voting.

      You don't think there could be some ulterior motive at work here amongst pretty much everyone pretending this is a real issue, do you?

  • abelilnkinverb

    god-fucking-damnit I used to be so proud of where I was from…

  • snoopyfan2010

    All of this effort is just to support the theory that the coloreds had to cheat to get one of their own in the White House.

    • tessiee

      We have a winnah!

      • snoopyfan2010

        Well someone had to say it plain and simple. All this snarky humor sometimes goes over my head.

  • Voter suppression, FTW!

    Ken Blackwell must be so proud of his little Kochsucker.

    • tessiee

      Why, did he make the best-dressed list?

  • Fox n Fiends

    Apartheid is alive and well in Kochistan.

  • Allmighty_Manos

    Just think of the $28 as just another tax. But instead of a sales tax, it is a poll tax. Nothing wrong with that, right?

  • Look on the bright side – these people won't be able to vote, but they'll probably all get out of Jury Duty!

  • ZHollows

    When Barry loses Wisconsin next year to some idiot Tea Bagger, he can sit and ponder why he didn't do anything to help out the states (IN, OH, WI, MI) when they needed him most. Voter ID, redistricting to the point of ridiculousness, etc. etc. etc. I can't believe my Wisconsin has been turned into Mississippi in a matter of 6 months (sorry Mississippi).

  • tcaalaw

    Can you name the Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse? No? (Conquest, War, Death and Famine).

    Conquest and War seem duplicative. What happened to Pestilence?

    • Fukui_sanYesOta

      Couldn't afford health insurance and died after being thrown from his horse.

  • Jerri

    I remember when Wisconsin was all "Hey, it's cool, let's help all the eligible people vote. You can even register the day of the election. Come on homeless fella, step right up. Being homeless isn't a crime," like it was just a few short months ago…Because it fucking was!

  • FlipperAZ

    " And when it comes to establishing your world view, I was curious, what newspapers and magazines did you regularly read before you were tapped for this — to stay informed and to understand the world? "

  • DustBowlBlues

    POTUS will not like this. Or, four of them won't like this. That elitist fucker Anthony Kennedy will no doubt go along with it.

    Let the words of Ralph Nader never be forgotten: Gore's and Bushes' Supreme Court appointments wouldn't be that different. Waste your vote on me and fuck the Democrats.

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