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Not that anyone should be the least bit surprised, but the Trump administration took yet another step this week toward its well-thought-out policy goal of Reversing Anything Barack Obama Ever Did. This time, the Department of Justice reversed its position regarding an Ohio voting rights case the Supreme Court will hear in its upcoming term. Obama’s DOJ had been on the side of plaintiffs who say Ohio’s method of purging voter rolls is illegal. In Ohio, if you don’t vote within six years of your last participation in an election, you can be stricken from the voter rolls since you’ve obviously died or moved. Now, the 1993 National Voter Registration Act (the “motor voter” law) includes a rule against striking names from voter rolls because of inactivity, but the Trump DOJ now thinks cleaning up voter rolls is just peachy, because too many people voting is obviously bad for America.

How many people were affected by Ohio’s voter purges? More than a few — a temporary order by an appeals court last fall restored voting rights to over 800,000 people who’d been purged since 2015. That’s a lot of people disenfranchised for the sole offense of failing to vote in two consecutive federal elections. The rule was enforced vigorously — but unevenly — by Ohio Secretary of State Jon Husted, who has made a career of suppressing votes; in 2012, he refused to comply with a court order demanding Ohio restore early voting hours that had been cut, since he feared voters would be “confused” by having more opportunities to exercise their franchise.

Husted, who’s now running for governor, insists that frequent purges of the voter rolls are the only way to prevent the epidemic of voting fraud that already doesn’t exist. It’s purely a happy coincidence that Republicans are pretty sure regularly clearing out infrequent voters is believed to get rid of more Democrats, especially youngs and browns, who may be less fanatical about getting out to vote every two years. As the Washington Post notes in an editorial,

As the demographic challenges to Republican electoral prospects mount, they have redoubled attempts to retain power where they hold it not by broadening their appeal but by shrinking the electorate.

The Ohio process of weeding out “invalid” voters mostly depends on people paying scrupulous attention to their mail: If people skip elections for just two years, the state mails out notices to the voters warning they’ll be deleted from the rolls in another four years unless they vote in an election or contact their local election office. That’s a pretty neat trick! Skip an election, and then you get a notice that you’ll be deleted in another four years. Can’t imagine how anyone could find that unfair. Even Donald Trump, who skipped the 2002 general election, might have gotten one of those cards had he lived in Ohio, though he’d have been fine since he then voted in the 2004 presidential election. (Incidentally, that missed 2002 vote made him a liar, again, when he claimed in 2011 that he’d never missed voting in a general election.)

As with the DOJ’s recent decision to crack down on affirmative action, the Justice Department’s about-face on Ohio’s voting purges is being pursued by Trump political appointees; no career attorneys from the Civil Rights Division signed on to the DOJ court filing siding with Ohio. Sort of makes you wonder why Republicans have such a problem with letting qualified people vote, doesn’t it?

Not voting in one presidential and one midterm election might seem unthinkable for political junkies like Wonkette readers, but not everyone, sadly, is as fervent about getting to the polls every two years. That really shouldn’t disqualify anyone from voting, though. With Justice Gorsuch on the Supremes, Ohio’s dumb law seems likely to be upheld, which should winnow down the chances of too many of the wrong people voting. But it if looks too dicey, at least Donald Trump can be sure that a fairly large percentage of his supporters would be OK with just not having elections, since the danger of brown people voting can’t be entirely ruled out.

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  • schmannity

    But Russians don’t care about voting and they have the greatest leader EVAH.

  • armed_bears

    Rats don’t fuck face to face? Asking for a friend.

  • FlownΩver

    All your vote are belong to us.

  • memzilla Ω

    might seem unthinkable for political junkies like Wonkette readers…

    I’M NOT A POLITICAL JUNKIE! I CAN QUIT ANYTIME I WANT TO!

    *quickly hides stash of Oxyvotin*

  • Simple solution: Make voting mandatory. Move Election Day to a Saturday or Sunday. Hell, let’s make it both days. Make it a Federal paid holiday. Let everyone ride public transportation for free that day.

    See how simple that was? Now instead of worrying about absent voters or apathetic voters and purging them, everyone shows up and gets to tell you guys what they think of how you’re running the country! Exciting! Democracy! Freedom!

    • House0fTheBlueLights

      Automatic voter registration upon turning 18. Don’t need to sign up, it just happens.

      • jesterpunk

        I had some people on the right telling me that was bad because the Obama would come take all their guns when they where automatically registered.

        • willi0000000

          i’d almost be willing to bet they were more afraid of being called for jury duty.

          • jesterpunk

            Funny thing about that, my father in law isnt registered to vote and I am. He didnt register because he didnt want to go for jury duty, but he has been called more times then I have.

      • Three Finger Salute

        I don’t even know how that would work though. You’d get auto-registered, but with what party? In Mass., I’m an independent (they call it “unregistered”), not because I vote Republican but because I don’t really support the idea of party machines in the first place. I’m an issues voter, and the Democrats align with what I’m supporting, but I just don’t feel the need to belong to a “club.” (See also Marx’s commentary on not wanting to belong to a club that would have him as a member. And I don’t mean the CPUSA.) Would there be no more political parties and everyone be an independent?

        • 🛶🗣️ Mr Canoehead 🛶🗣️

          Who says you have to register for a party? Just register to vote. Nobody’s damn business what party you support.

        • sgt. jmk of the résistance

          I don’t see a problem with taking an extra step and registering separately for a party if you want to.

        • Invisible Bunyip

          What has voter registration got to do with the parties? Isn’t a register just a list of those eligible to vote? Australian here, seriously asking.

        • House0fTheBlueLights

          Party registration is bullshit. There is absolutely no reason to have to declare a party–that’s just a fucking marketing ploy, as well as a way to discourage people from registering, for the reasons you describe. I have NEVER registered for a particular party–most states don’t make you do that. In Illinois you just vote in the primary you want to, no need to declare a party. You just take one ballot or the other.

    • jesterpunk

      Mail in ballots like Oregon does, even easier.

    • handyhippie65

      never happen. the republicans would never win again, and they know it. that’s why instead of making it easier to vote, they are constantly making it harder. if it were up to them, no one under the age of 60 could vote.

      • calliecallie

        Republican Motto:
        Don’t trust anyone under 60.

      • KnaveOfSwords

        I want to see the Democratic party come out with this as part of their platform in 2020 (or ideally, 2018). “More of the eligible people participating in democracy is a good thing. As such, we’re going to set up a bureau/commission/department/office/whatever to work on finding solutions to get voter participation up.” Hopefully, a decently large chunk of the Republicans would be sane enough to go along with that initiative.
        But if they aren’t, one of the lessons I’ve taken away from the Republican health-care debacle is that most of the current crop don’t have the acumen they’d need to argue a position like “voter suppression good, voter participation bad,” without hemorrhaging support.

        • handyhippie65

          yea, that would be nice, but i wouldn’t hold my breath waiting for it to happen. the democrats are paid to lose. they only give lip service to winning. if that were not the case, bernie would be the president right now. hell, he is the most popular politician in the country. if they wanted to win, they would be carrying him around on their shoulders as they march through town.

          • Harbinger08

            I keep forgetting, he couldn’t get enough votes in the primary because why? It was rigging, right? Never been exactly clear on the details of how that worked, except Clinton was somehow forced on the voters, so they voted for her.

          • willi0000000

            please, stop letting it bother you.

          • Harbinger08

            Sorry, that was intended to be read as sarcasm, but looking at it again it just sounds exactly like the nonsense we keep hearing. I didn’t lay it on thick enough to be obvious. Poe’s Law. I should just stop with those kind of remarks, it never works.

          • handyhippie65

            he lost because the democrat party didn’t support him. hilliary lost because the voters didn’t support her. less than 25% voted for trump, but he still won. the party needs to support candidates who the voters will also support if they ever want to win. it is as simple as that. no conspiracy, just stupidity.

          • willi0000000

            please, get tired of this^^^

          • handyhippie65

            and i’m tired of the democrats not supporting candidates who voters want, instead of who the donors want. i didn’t call him the most popular politician, according to polls, the people did. i voted for clinton, only because i thought she was a fraction better than trump, not because i support her.

          • willi0000000

            *sigh* a simple “no” would have sufficed.

          • handyhippie65

            would it? i don’t think sanders is the best thing since sliced bread, just that he actually supported a progressive agenda. the corporate democrats don’t. they support what their corporate donors tell them to support. i will never vote for a corporatist ever again, no matter what party they represent.

          • “M”
          • handyhippie65

            why do you call me that? i voted for clinton in the general election. i didn’t throw a tantrum like pumpkin in chief. i am simply saying if the democrats don’t support a candidate who a large majority of voters will support, they are wasting a lot of time, and money. clinton was not that person. warren would have been a much better choice, but she didn’t run. hell, biden would have been a better choice. everyone loved him. is this where i call you a hilliary shill?

          • “M”

            “why do you call me that?”

            Because you don’t demonstrate by anything you say that you are NOT one, and you are talking JUST LIKE one …

          • handyhippie65

            i simply morn what could have been. there were only two candidates to choose from. someone i have disliked since the 90’s, or sanders. i doubt any of your “bernie bros” voted for clinton. i did. i don’t really care about sanders. he was the only one of the two standing for the things i want for my country. from my point of view, neo-liberals are as bad as conservatives. corporations need to be controlled, not celebrated. incremental progress is a lie. we are losing everything. now, the democrats don’t even think pro choice should be part of the party platform anymore. they are a shadow of what they once were. it makes me want to weep.

          • “M”
      • Three Finger Salute

        Correction: no one under the age of 60 who isn’t a heterosexual, married WASP (or conservative Catholic) male who has a generous retirement fund and owns vacation property in Florida. Yes, even grannies are considered a fifth column. Most of them probably had mothers who supported that communist-infiltrator 19th Amendment.

        • handyhippie65

          you’re right. there i go thinking like a liberal again.

          • Three Finger Salute

            Voltaire meets Apple. We think; therefore we are different.

          • handyhippie65

            and the trumpkin version. we think differently; therefore we need to have war waged upon us.

          • george lastrapes

            In Russia, deads are leaving grave for vote at Putin.

    • h4rr4r

      Mail in ballots.

      • The Librarian

        I’m finally on permanent mail in ballot status. So easy, plenty of time to research issues and if you don’t trust snail mail, you can always drop it off on Election Day.

        • Three Finger Salute

          In MA, I think you can only get a postal ballot if you’re disabled and/or otherwise can’t make it to the polls. You have to provide proof of this. My grandmother had one of these for her last few years on this planet. We’ve had the motor-voter registration for years (I think even before the federal law), but AFAIK don’t have a system where just anyone can have a postal ballot. Either you show up on Election Day or you don’t get to vote at all.

          • The Librarian

            It seems short-sighted not to have it apply to everyone. Less fuss and the system is already in place.

    • george lastrapes

      PVO: public voting option. Your vote recorded, in fronta Godneverbody. Let’em try to flip it then!

  • DerrickWildcat

    Ohio has the Rock n Roll Hall of Fame. But they let Kiss in so it doesn’t mean shit anymore.

    • Carole

      Ted Nugent and Kid Rock are prolly next.

    • Pre-Existing Condition Jack

      Yeah, they let KISS in, but adamantly refuse to let Warren Fucking Zevon in. Seriously messed up!

      • Three Finger Salute

        They didn’t yank Mike Hate off the stage with a Vaudeville cane after the first 30 seconds of drunk ranting in 1988 either. This asshole Kanye’d his own mentally ill cousin, what a douche.

        https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oZSAQX2uuUY

  • memzilla Ω

    Dear Secretary Husted:
    Come to Wonkette. We’ve got ALL THE WITH VOTES YOU CAN USE.

  • TJ Barke

    Soft coup.

    • House0fTheBlueLights

      This shit is the aftermath. The coup was McConnell getting away with stealing a Supreme Court seat.

      • TJ Barke

        Oh no, we’re not quite there yet. It’ll be complete when Donnie cancels the election.

        • HazooToo

          When. When. When Donnie cancels the election. When. WHEN. I want to put my face through a table.

          • TJ Barke

            Depends on how effective his voter suppression initiative is.

          • HazooToo

            Considering that he has already managed to get people to voluntarily remove themselves from the voter rolls, I’d say it’s already been very effective.

          • Three Finger Salute

            Not just him, but the Bernbrats who stay home and pout instead of accept the necessity of strategic voting.

          • “M”

            All those people seriously need their faces slapped.

        • House0fTheBlueLights

          This is the point, though. They don’t need to cancel elections anymore. They just fill all those judicial openings that they denied Obama, find “evidence” in their election fraud commission, and ramp drug arrests/minimum sentencing and deportations back up and they can do it all “legally.”

    • TundraGrifter

      It’s the best President Tiny Hands can manage. Remember – he’s in his seventies.

  • Beowoof14

    Oh all my constitution lovin republican friends will say it just makes sense to clear the deadwood with one notice in the mail four years before anything will happen. The republicans know their only chances will be more white catholic families forego birth control or rig the election in their favor. I think they’re counting the latter rather than the former.

    • Three Finger Salute

      I love how there’s got to be a bunch of “Bob Smiths” all over the country, but one too many “Juan Martinezes” or “Jamal Washingtons” and it’s automatically fraud.

  • IdiokraticCulturalMarxist

    In Soviet Republic of Ohio, vote cast you!

  • Resistance Fighter Callyson

    Weren’t Donald’s people going on about how they were going to win because disaffected voters who stayed home in 2012 would come out and cast their ballot?

    I guess occasional voting is another fucking example of IOKIYAR FFS…

  • DerrickWildcat

    The best thing about Ohio is when the tuba player runs out and dots the i.

  • jesterpunk

    OT but this doesnt sound good.

    https://www.washingtonpost.com/news/checkpoint/wp/2017/08/11/fight-tonight-explaining-trumps-retweet-that-says-u-s-bombers-are-ready-to-strike-north-korea/?utm_term=.a8138a386673

    U.S. tensions with North Korea took another turn Friday morning when President Trump opted to again highlight the threat the U.S. military could pose to Pyongyang, tweeting that “military solutions are now fully in place” and “locked and loaded” should North Korea “act unwisely.” But his next act on Twitter suggests that despite the bellicose rhetoric, the Pentagon is not on the brink of war.

    Trump retweeted a message from U.S. Pacific Command that said supersonic B-1B bombers on Guam were “ready to fulfill USFK’s #FightTonight mission if called upon to do so.”

    That message, including the dramatic hashtag, may sound ominous to the uninitiated. But combined with comments Thursday from Defense Secretary Jim Mattis and decades of history between North Korea and the United States, it suggests that while the present situation between Pyongyang and Washington is quite serious, Pacific Command is more signaling its readiness to fight if need be than spoiling for a battle within days.

    • jowgajen

      Can I interest you in some office space in Pyongyang? Because making it an American colony appears to be the right’s idea of how to fix this.

    • HazooToo

      What the hell do they think the words “fight” and “tonight” mean, when placed immediately beside each other?

      • jesterpunk

        That is from a tweet the USFK sent. No clue why they sent that either.

      • TakingAmes

        My understanding is that “Fight Tonight” is the operational name given to the perpetual readiness the US stands in the Korean peninsula. Since we’re technically still at war. Compare to Desert Storm.

        • HazooToo

          I can’t think of a time when America was not at war with someone.

          • Snark Tank Full of Resistance

            Unfortunately, for a major segment of the population, they have never lived in a world where the US wasn’t at war.

          • willi0000000

            if you consider The Korean “Conflict” a war (and what sane person doesn’t) you have to have been alive between 09-02-1945 and 06-25-1950 to have lived at a time when we weren’t at war.

            [ then again, The “Cold” War started before WWII was officially over . . . and also too, many in the south have been in a continuous state of war since the 1860s ]

        • Incoming Ham

          Do you mean the “Korean Conflict?”

          • proudgrampa

            “There’s no fighting here! This is a conflict!”

          • Incoming Ham

            It sounds so much better than declaring war.

          • TakingAmes

            Maybe if it escalated they could get Bob Hope. Bob likes a big room!

          • Incoming Ham

            He is currently in a very small one.

          • puredog

            Wasn’t it the “Korean Police Action”?

          • Incoming Ham

            You are correct. I’ve heard it called both, but it was a police action.

      • Jamoche

        A 70s rock song about idiots blustering in a bar.

    • Incoming Ham

      Does anyone else think that KJU has no interest in actually making this happen? He isn’t crazy in that way. He shoots off some conventional missiles, that is what he is currently threatening to do, what then? He has blustered to his people, half of who want to leave the country because they hate it and are living in incredibly substandard conditions. They aren’t equipped for a modern war with the US is and he knows it. The Chinese are unlikely to back him. Now what? There is no step 2. If he starts something we and possibly the entire world will be on his ass with lots of drones and big boats with big guns and fighter jets. He would lose everything. The same scenario plays out no matter what kind of missile he uses. The end game is he wants to be taken seriously by the rest of the world and negotiate to get rid of sanctions.

      If Trump would just shut his piehole, let the adults deal with this and stop goading a dictator with the same personality traits as he does into a confrontation of some sort, he will cause an international incident.

  • cmd resistor

    OT but Sarah Huckabee S says Trump was being sarcastic when he said Putin had saved us a bunch of payroll by expelling the diplomats. All the story I read said she had sent an email response to the NYT saying he was being sarcastic.

    • jesterpunk
      • Khavrinen

        Better get(stay?) the hell out of Trump’s ‘Murika, then.

        • jesterpunk

          Fuck that, he can get out of my country and go to Russia with his BFF Putin, he can take all of his supporters with him too.

    • TJ Barke

      Weird, considering his tone wasn’t remotely approaching sarcastic…

      • cmd resistor

        Dumb people shouldn’t even try sarcastic and don’t do it well even if they sort of think they are doing it. I think it’s more just a case of a stupid thing Donald Trump said off the top of his head. Maybe it was locker room talk.

      • commatoes

        Sarcasm. . . the rarely used diplomatic tool.

    • jowgajen

      I don’t think he even understands sarcasm.

      • jesterpunk

        I think they think sarcasm and joking is anytime Trump says something then someone with half a brain calls him a moron. Then it was just a prank bro.

        • Three Finger Salute

          I thought that was “fake news”.

          • jesterpunk

            Fake news is repeating his exact words back to him.

      • whitroth

        Maybe Dinsdale should just nail ‘is ‘ead to the floor, before Doug starts on ‘im.

      • Incoming Ham

        He thinks it’s a place. He built a hotel in Sarcasm, Croatia.

    • commatoes

      https://youtu.be/bwsTM6dMeCs

      Yeah, that’s the face of someone telling a joke.

      • Pilotshark

        yep, not like the arms folded is funny body language.

    • The Librarian

      There is a time and a place for sarcasm. That did not look like the face of sarcasm to me. It was the face of a stupid, stupid, man.

    • WIDTAP

      Did she say this before 9:00 am? Because if so, I win the pool.

    • TundraGrifter

      A particularly beloved aunt of mine said that sarcasm was the most expensive form of humor.

      Neither the President of the United States, or the United States, can afford it.

    • Sophia

      Horseshit! I knew they were going to go for that take but if you listen to the whole thing and watch his body language he was doing his usual not thought out jibber jabber crap.

      • cmd resistor

        I sure didn’t see any sarcasm. And I went out of my way to watch a clip because when I first saw it in writing I thought it was some kind of a joke — not him but like an Onion piece.

      • “M”

        From what I understand, he was winging “Fire and fury” too, as he had actual opioid talking points in front of him and had no idea what to do with those.

  • Internet Hitler

    Editorial Note: If you have read 4 Wonkette mommyposts without voting on the (heart) Recommend button, you will be banhammered in 2 posts.

    • whitroth

      What heart button?

      • TJ Barke

        The recommend button at the top of the comments section.

        • Three Finger Salute

          Oh, it’s on the comments, I thought it was the article itself.

    • SeeTrain65

      No wonder I can’t comment.

    • armed_bears

      I just did, and now there’s a new Range Rover in my driveway. Thanks, Google!

      • puredog

        Commie furrin car. Lemme know when they’re giving away Dodge RAMs!

    • Seamus Romney

      Thank god he’s one of the fucking greatest orators this or any other country, nay planet, has ever seen otherwise, people would have to keep explaining what he really meant…

    • Three Finger Salute

      I don’t see the heart button. I just see Fakebook and Twatter “share” buttons at the top and a donations button at the bottom. Also where does the recommendation go if I have nobody to recommend it to?

      • Internet Hitler

        “Recommend” is on the left top of comments section, just under number of comments and above your avi. Recommending articles moves it up on Disqus ranking, as I understand it.

  • bookish

    IntelBrief. The Soufan Center.

    THE DIPLOMACY OF ‘FIRE AND FURY’ TOWARD NORTH KOREA

    Bottom Line Up Front:

    • The building crisis over North Korea is exacerbated by a White House that views the issue in terms of personalized strength and weakness.

    • Presidential statements in a time of crisis are crafted to avoid attaching the resolution of the issue to the survival of the leader of the country in question; effective statements and talks lay out a path—and not a person—to a solution.

    • By portraying the crisis as a battle between himself and the North Korean leader, the president is attempting to personalize a major threat to international security.

    • Even in a well-functioning White House—which this one is not—personalizing the issue raises the risk of rash decisions during a time of crisis.

    In times of dangerous tension and unclear intentions between nuclear powers, experienced leaders seeking diplomatic resolutions will try to avoid personalizing the crisis. Typical presidential statements about another country’s destabilizing actions often seem milquetoast to the level of concern, but this is largely by design. Presidential statements in a time of crisis are crafted to avoid attaching the resolution of the issue to the survival of the leader of the country in question; effective statements and talks lay out a path—and not a person—to a solution. Once a leader believes that his opponents intend to depose or even kill him, the likelihood for military conflict drastically increases, a scenario that even the harshest of official condemnations are meant to avoid.

    In his improvised statements regarding North Korea, President Trump repeatedly frames the crisis as a looming battle between Kim Jong Un and the United States. While such personification—for example, saying ‘He’s not going to be saying those things, and he’s certainly not going to be doing those things’—may seem natural in the context of a normal conversation regarding a personal dispute, the President of the United States is not afforded the luxury of having normal conversations in public about nuclear weapons and war. The North Korean regime is intently, and probably obsessively, considering every word that the president says, and specific mentions of Kim Jong Un as the sole actor of concern, however rhetorical or unintentionally casual, pushes them further into a bunker mentality. Focusing on destabilizing actions, rather than unstable persons, might make for bland reading or TV viewership but it is ultimately the kind of solid diplomacy that engenders conflict resolution.

    President Trump’s tendency to personalize the conflict is also seen in his statements regarding previous U.S. administrations’ efforts to address the long-running North Korea nuclear issue. During an August 10 impromptu press conference, President Trump described the efforts of his predecessors as failures, saying, ‘look at Clinton. He folded on the negotiations. He was weak and ineffective. You look what happened with Bush, you look what happened with Obama. Obama, he didn’t even want to talk about it. But I talk. It’s about time. Somebody has to do it.’

    By making himself the focus of the crisis and demeaning the earnest efforts not just of his predecessors, but of entire administrations, the president is attempting to personalize a major threat to international security. Even in a well-functioning White House—which this one is not—personalizing the issue raises the risk of rash decisions during a time of crisis. The disruptive and conflicting statements by the U.S. administration on the issue of North Korea are making the situation worse, with the secretaries of defense and state again trying to walk back statements by the president only to have him undercut them within a day. Secretary of Defense Mattis has tried to keep the focus on diplomacy, emphasizing an approach in which there is no need to boast about the obvious disparity in U.S. and North Korean military capabilities, or the relative aggressiveness of their respective leaders. This is likely the best public approach, tamping down tensions and shifting the focus away from personal taunts that put personal pride and survival above resolving the conflict peacefully.

    • jesterpunk

      He just tweeted that bombers are on the way.

      https://twitter.com/realDonaldTrump/status/895970429734711298

      • Old town Urbandale

        Think I’m going to go out for a nice steak dinner tonight in case we start a nuclear war and the country collapses into anarchy. I wish I were kidding.

      • Fartknocker

        Two things:
        1) STFU Donnie
        2) Again, STFU Donnie

    • whitroth

      I’ve *gotta* contact my Congressman and Senators – full scale “military execises”in SK in a week or two is INSANE PROVOCATION in this situation….

  • UncleTravelingMatt

    The purpose of government is to protect democracy, not to practice it.

  • RobKanC

    ‘Bout time.. About time someone showed those ppl who the real voters in America are.. The confederacy is back with a vengeance baby…

    • proudgrampa

      ‘MURKA! YEAH!

    • Three Finger Salute

      They lost the war but won the peace.

  • HazooToo

    Question for Wonkers: How do you personally cope with an overwhelming display of stupidity? I’m looking for ways to calm down.

    • georgiaburning

      Alcohol, and Cat#2 purring on my lap

    • MynameisBlarney

      My coping mechanism is an irreverent sense of humor, copious amounts of alcohol and of course, covfefe.

      • proudgrampa

        LOTS and LOTS of covfefe!

    • jesterpunk

      Playing guitar (badly) or video games like Assassin’s creed help.

      • proudgrampa

        I have taken up my guitar again. I find that it is really relaxing. Especially when I smash it into the TV set.

        • jesterpunk

          Not supposed to do that with it.

          • proudgrampa

            Oh, I was just kidding. I would never do that to my Taylor… Or my Ovation…

        • Ωbjectifier
        • alpacapunchbowl

          Ooh, Edgelord! (Just teasin’!)

        • whitroth

          Don’t hit the tv. That’s just the messenger. Hit….

    • Vagenda of Rebel Scum

      A twisted sense of humor. Imagine your favorite execution device….

    • NastyBossetti

      I go to the gym and move heavy objects in whatever way my trainer says for an hour with some other people, while we all talk about stupid shit that makes us laugh. That usually works out any residual rage I may be feeling at overwhelming displays of stupidity. If it doesn’t, I move on to alcohol and/or weed.

      • Major_Major_Major

        Picking heavy shit up and putting it down, plus running to nowhere are helpful to me as well. And alcohol, applied liberally (of course).

        • NastyBossetti

          If the movement itself doesn’t help me get out of my own head, the exhaustion does!

        • jesterpunk

          I lift things up and put them down.

          https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=q7gzmoqmL7g

        • whitroth

          I just mow the yard.

    • SeeTrain65

      I read the non-comments here.

    • proudgrampa

      Really? Stop watching the news.

    • wide_stance_hubby

      Getting myself back to the garden. My husband, family & pets. Commenting–and not commenting when I just can’t find any humor. I am known to drop out for periods of time (but, I always come back).

      • Sophia

        Gardening is my go to. I will also do the occasional drop in just to see what’s happening when I am feeling overwhelmed

    • Three Finger Salute

      Say “fuck it, we’ll do it live” and start looking forward to the inevitability of total nuclear annihilation. I’m probably not the best source of advice, though, because I gave up on anything resembling normalcy, happiness or making the world a better place years ago.

    • Spotts1701, Nothingburger Chef

      I pick up a book or a magazine and read.

    • Incoming Ham

      Take a walk.

    • alpacapunchbowl

      A kickboxing class is a great anger release. Make sure they have heavy bags though, otherwise it’s just pomo jazzercise.
      ETA: Not that there’s anything wrong with jazzercise if that’s your thing, but for me personally it helps to actually hit and kick stuff.

    • Raan

      Any PC FPS that has a console command for immortality.

      In my experience, becoming the Avatar of Death and Hellfire really melts the stress away.

      • commatoes

        Immortality and an axe or chainsaw.

    • Fartknocker

      60 minutes with my Crossfit trainer. The most rewarding ass kicking I on Monday, Wednesday and Friday @ 0530. Plus, she’s nice but makes none of the cakes we like.

  • MynameisBlarney
  • TundraGrifter

    I think Florida Man is at risk of being replaced by Ohio Man.

    As a Buckeye, this makes me very sad.

    • DerrickWildcat

      Yeah, what’s up with Ohio and Pennsylvania? There has been some crazy things going on in those parts.

      • TundraGrifter

        Like that poor family in Southern Ohio that was wiped out.

    • SeeTrain65

      Unfortunately, “Florida Man” isn’t usually found complicit in governmental indiscretions.

      “Ohio Man” is. (See Husted, Jon; Kasich, John; DeWine, Mike; Taylor, Mary; Mandel, Josh; etc.)

      • JoeChristmas

        Bob Ney Libel!

        • SeeTrain65

          And there’s another one!

      • TundraGrifter

        Remember when the GNoP-dominated government in Ohio “invested” a portion of the state retirement funds in rare coins?

        Good times!

        Maybe they’d listen to too many commercials on right wing radio where the gasbags shill for those companies.

    • commatoes
      • DerrickWildcat

        They were probably in a hurry. Gotta make due with what you have.

      • Msgr_MΩment

        Do what I do. Start a beard the second you leave the bank.

        • Raan

          No, spend the time to grow the beard before the robbery.

      • TundraGrifter

        Wasn’t it down in Florida that a man took a $1,000,000 bill in payment for a drug deal and then tried to deposit it at a bank?

        • commatoes

          One should avoid doing meth when undertaking/completing a business transaction.

          • TundraGrifter

            Never gamble with your eatin’ money and never eat on your gamblin’ money.

  • therblig

    at first reading, i thought this was a damn good idea, but when i saw that they neglected to require property ownership and male gender as requirements for voting, i decided it simply doesn’t go far enough.

  • Carpe Vagenda
    • Pilotshark

      hope this got send to trump as well :-)
      need a few more of theses just to drive the trump into a deep sand bunker.

      • Carpe Vagenda

        Just, how did the Pence campaign not snap this URL up?

        Hell, how did Trump not snap it up?

        • Pilotshark

          yep, wonder why his crack smoking team missed this.

          LOL

    • armed_bears

      I wonder if Jesus is OK with the bottom of the ticket.

      • 🛶🗣️ Mr Canoehead 🛶🗣️

        “If God is your co-pilot, change seats!”

  • Me not sure
    • hudson srinivasan

      slightly personal note. on an iris display you peek into the soul of the kitty whether you want to or not.

      • Me not sure

        I looked into her soul and saw an open tin of tuna.

    • Bill D. Burger

      ‘What is: The West Wing of the White House, Alex?’

      • hudson srinivasan

        interesting. (not that i know the answer, but it is curious that, that question arose)

      • Me not sure

        I’m sorry, but we were specifically looking for “What is the Oval Office ?” .

    • Wild Cat
  • TheGrandWazoo2
    • OrG in London

      Greed & Ignorance, that’s pretty good. If you could just fit pants-shitting fear in it might be perfect.

    • Three Finger Salute

      Vote twice for the GIPpers.

  • Old town Urbandale

    I vote every election, so can I have one of the votes taken away from the slackers? I promise I’ll vote Republican.

  • The Librarian

    🎶 Voting is dead in Ohio 🎶

    • Wild Cat

      Soldiers of Nixon or God of Ken Blackwell, Ohio’s been a disaster for a while.

      • SeeTrain65

        Jim Rhodes, George Voinovich, Bob Taft, John Kasich … it’s all a disastrous blur.

  • bookish

    http://www.newyorker.com/news/news-desk/how-the-nra-manipulates-gun-owners-and-the-media?google_editors_picks=true

    I called Richard Feldman, a former N.R.A. lobbyist, to help me understand the organization’s latest tack and why the gun lobby would stray from its focus on the Second Amendment. In 2007, Feldman published “Ricochet: Confessions of a Gun Lobbyist,” a memoir of his time working for the association. In the book, Feldman wrote about his gradual realization that the association’s aims and those of gun owners did not always align, and that wielding power and wringing contributions from members sometimes “overshadow protecting Constitutional liberties.” The N.R.A. is certainly at a crest in power today, with Republicans in control of Congress and Trump in the White House. The gun lobby was an early endorser of Trump and spent more than thirty million dollars, more than any other outside group, to get him elected. In April, at the N.R.A.’s leadership forum in Atlanta, Trump became the first sitting President since Ronald Reagan to address the association.

    Feldman told me that this kind of political success can actually be problematic for the N.R.A. “The N.R.A. is not so much interested in winning,” Feldman told me. “They’re interested in fighting, because fighting is great for fund-raising and membership recruitment.”

    • TJ Barke

      The profit motive, fucking things up, always.

      • hudson srinivasan

        irrespective, the mission of the nra seems to be rotten at the core and the cost of public safety.

        • TJ Barke

          The profit motive is precisely why.

          • hudson srinivasan

            but there is fundamental perversion also.

          • TJ Barke

            And that fundamental perversion is the profit motive. Profit over responsibility.

        • commatoes

          Ironically, they began as a body to promote gun safety and marksmanship skills. Now they are a lobby for manufacturers and retailers.

  • azeyote

    voting for the electorate to choose the president is getting harder

    • dshwa

      Feature not bug.

  • MynameisBlarney
  • hudson srinivasan

    voting a state of mind anyway?

  • Mavenmaven

    When do we get back to original intention and 3/5 rule for black people? That will solve all of Trump’s problems.

  • Michael R

    In today’s good news from around the world …

    100-year-old Antarctic fruitcake Is ‘almost’ edible

  • Blackest Noobs
  • Msgr_MΩment

    Hey, gang! It’s Friday, so you know what that means.
    Crazy shit’s goin’ down when the Shabbas sun goes down.

    • proudgrampa

      Woot!

    • whitroth

      Some of us ain’t got nobody to do the mitzvah with…

    • mailman27

      Thinkin’ about going bowling.

  • OneYieldRegular

    You’d think that someone who won the popular vote by such an enormous margin and had the largest inaugural crowd of any political figure in history wouldn’t be so concerned about people voting for Hillary Clinton in the next canceled election.

  • bookish
    • proudgrampa

      Wonder why???

      Can you say “emoluments”?

      • Khavrinen

        Trump can’t.

        • commatoes

          Too many syllables?

      • hudson srinivasan

        that has tobe a scandal all by itself no? fucking we are republic, no?

  • OneYieldRegular

    So Republicans want to deny people like Terry Schiavo the vote if they ever wake up. Got it.

    • alpacapunchbowl

      If you’re in a coma, they’ll appoint a Republican apparatchik to vote for you. See? Problem solved!

  • Spotts1701, Nothingburger Chef

    Are we to “Service Guarantees Citizenship” yet?

    • proudgrampa

      No.

    • hudson srinivasan

      what does this mean?

      • TJ Barke
      • SeeTrain65

        You have to have seen “Starship Troopers” to get it.

        In other words, I don’t get it either.

        • commatoes

          Or read Heinlein.

          • SeeTrain65

            Tru nuff.

          • Snark Tank Full of Resistance

            Read? But then you don’t get to see Denise Richards (and Dina Meyers) nekkid! Heresy!

          • Jamoche

            Meh

        • TJ Barke
        • whitroth

          Or maybe actually read the book, written by Heinlein in the 50’s, I think, which was a *lot* better.

          • Opiwan

            OMG the movie was complete trash… as a fan of the book I was SO disappointed

    • Snark Tank Full of Resistance

      If it means I get to shower with Denise Richards, I’ll consider it….

      • commatoes

        Dina Meyer!!!

        For me Richards will forever have Sheen ickiness.

        • Snark Tank Full of Resistance

          Yeah, but I couldn’t remember her name when typing the not-allowed-comment, so I went with Richards!

    • commatoes

      I seem to remember undocumented service (wo)men getting deported when their stint in the military is over.

  • Ezio

    Right wingers always warn us of this supposed voter fraud from the left but during the election a woman got arrested for trying to vote for Trump twice.

    http://www.cbsnews.com/news/voter-fraud-case-tied-to-iowan-woman-voting-for-trump-twice/

    • SeeTrain65

      The only voter fraud that is rampant is the kind Kobach, Husted and the like are doing all over the country.

      EDIT: Did I say “doing?” I should have said “inflicting.”

  • mancityRed6

    “It’s purely a happy coincidence that Republicans are pretty sure regularly clearing out infrequent voters is believed to get rid of more Democrats, especially youngs … who may be less fanatical about getting out to vote every two years.”

    that’s not exactly untrue

  • Khavrinen

    “Trump administration”
    “well-thought-out policy”

    Wow, Dok, didn’t think you could put those both in one sentence without your monitor exploding.

    • Komsumverweigerer Ron

      Scuttlebutt is that he’s welded a bunch of heavy-duty buss bars across certain critical terminals.

  • bookish

    http://time.com/4896747/obamacare-repeal-poll-trump-gop-aca/?xid=gonewsedit&google_editors_picks=true

    WASHINGTON — Message to President Donald Trump and congressional Republicans: Stop trying to scuttle the Obama health care law, and start trying to make it more effective.

    That’s the resounding word from a national poll released Friday by the nonpartisan Kaiser Family Foundation. The survey was taken following last month’s Senate derailment of the GOP drive to supplant much of President Barack Obama’s statute with a diminished federal role in health care.

    Around 4 in 5 want the Trump administration to take actions that help Obama’s law function properly, rather than trying to undermine it. Trump has suggested steps like halting subsidies to insurers who reduce out-of-pockets health costs for millions of consumers. His administration has discussed other moves like curbing outreach programs that persuade people to buy coverage and not enforcing the tax penalty the statute imposes on those who remain uninsured.

    • OutOfOrbit

      they donut care about poles

      • whitroth

        That’s polls. Or proles….

      • Suttree

        What about stripper poles?

        • OutOfOrbit

          is that how you hurt yourself?

      • Komsumverweigerer Ron

        They do, but only if the polls say ‘Everybody Loves Donald.’

    • Komsumverweigerer Ron

      To the GOP, ‘non-partisan’ means ‘leans to the far left.’

  • Oblios_Cap

    Time to hit the bottle!

    • hudson srinivasan

      always. no excuses. no apologies.

    • proudgrampa

      Now wait a minute!

      Don’t “hit” the bottle. Open and Pour.

      Be Civilized.

      • hudson srinivasan

        ^^^ this.

      • ariel_gee_398

        Pour? Why dirty a glass?

        • proudgrampa

          Hey! I didn’t say what to pour into…

        • NastyBossetti

          That is exactly my position on this topic.

        • hudson srinivasan

          i see your point. i appreciate the constraints you are working against.

      • commatoes

        Got me a beer hat.

  • Panika MCD

    OT – forgive me if someone already posted this, but someone hacked Mike Pence’s website:

    http://www.officialmikepence.com/mother-may-i/

    • William
    • hudson srinivasan

      45 and a 1/2, no? isn’t he getting ahead of himself?

      • jowgajen

        We’re gonna run out of asterisks.

      • whitroth

        I think Trumpo’s 44.5.

        • hudson srinivasan

          interesting.

        • Three Finger Salute

          According to the GOP, Obama was 43 3/5.

          • whitroth

            Yeah, well, I’m referring to Trumpolini as our “nominal” President, since, to be President, you have to swear the Oath of Office… and he didn’t understand what it meant, just a bunch of words he had to say. Worse than crossing your fingers….

    • Catstro

      Looks like my dad’s favorite bedtime snack of mayo on saltines has somehow been left off the menu.

    • CindyinEncinitas

      This has made my day. Thank you!

    • phoenix00

      https://imgur.com/a/1VJSN

      Re-uploaded to imgur for posterity. And hilarity.

  • OutOfOrbit

    OT just on MSNBC: “Trump sounding more presidential today”

    • hudson srinivasan

      today? fuck you whoever wrote that chyron.

      • commatoes

        Maybe it is a typo and they forgot to type “Really!?!” at the beginning.

        • Three Finger Salute

          Or do like CNN sometimes does with parentheses:

          Trump acting more presidential today (JK, he’s still an asshole and we’re all going to die)</blockquote)

    • ariel_gee_398

      You know, maybe we shouldn’t do relativism with presidenting. There are standards of behavior, necessary duties and a certain level of coherence and intelligence required. “Close but no cigar” isn’t really applicable.

      • Three Finger Salute

        I almost think this was the plan all along: for Trump to sink the U.S. to rock bottom, and then like an addict who gets “saved” but then starts a cult ministering to other recovering addicts, Pence comes in and the press gives him a free pass for being so much less worse than Trump — the GOP’s toxic agenda be damned. The GOP would actually be able to govern this time because Trump wouldn’t be a distraction, and the media would have nothing to report on. We’d be Gilead in two weeks.

        • Eileen Besse

          OMG, and no Roland….

    • cmd resistor

      I hate it when they do that. More presidential that a blithering slobbering idiot?

      • OutOfOrbit

        more truthier than “–he just became President with that speech”

        • cmd resistor

          I hate that too. I just watched a clip of him being pretty unpresidential today, ranting about N. Korea. The best I could say for it was, “He became a middle-schooler today.” And that would be generous.

    • commatoes

      When you set the bar low enough. . .

    • SeeTrain65

      “Didn’t slurp his Big Mac or anything!”

    • William

      “Trump sounding more presidential today” https://media.giphy.com/media/GhNXUOpdNz65q/giphy.gif

      • OutOfOrbit

        sept it aint funny

    • Blackest Noobs

      yeah…when the revolution gets bloody, string up the useless media too.

      • OutOfOrbit

        yup & start at the top

    • WotsAllThisThen

      I notice the water is a tad bit drier than it was yesterday.

    • Joe Beese
  • William
    • hudson srinivasan

      we need a hastag #-3mill

    • Rick Hill

      I still do not accept those numbers. How many people illegally voted republican and it hasn’t been challenged?

      • Paperless Tiger

        Some guy named Flip voted thousands of times, allegedly.

      • george lastrapes

        How many illegal Russians?

  • TheGrandWazoo2
  • Beanz&Berryz

    That’s a nice seal design….

  • Suttree

    I missed voting in the gubernatorial primary this year and felt pretty bad about it. I will definitely be showing up for the general though. We need a Dem to replace Christie’s stupid ass.

    • hudson srinivasan

      you better, sir.

    • jesterpunk

      New Jersey is weird with elections, it’s right between presidential and midterm elections for some reason. Would be nice if all states would just have their elections on even number years when major federal elections where also going on.

  • OutOfOrbit

    DOJgop is just hedging their bets against that OPOS starting a war before the ’18 election, which he seems bound for

    • whitroth

      He’s thinking about doing it before Mueller unseals the criminal charges.

      • OutOfOrbit

        mueller gonna fuck around dotting Ts & crossing Eyes until it’s too fucking late

        • commatoes

          Watergate and Iran/Contra took years to investigate.

          • OutOfOrbit

            the OPOS won’t need that long to start a war, then mueller will be silenced for ever

        • cmd resistor

          You know Mueller has only been on this for a couple of months.

        • hudson srinivasan

          but the full extent of the corruption should be exposed, half assed attempts only give him an exit hatch.

          • OutOfOrbit

            he won’t need to escape mueller once War is Declared

          • hudson srinivasan

            hmm. good point. who would nuke a war-time presnit?

        • jesterpunk

          Rushing is how people make mistakes, if you want it done right and an air tight case that takes time.By the time Mueller is done Donny and his whole family and his staff will be fucked.

          • OutOfOrbit

            he will be a dud once war starts

          • mailman27

            he we will be a dud dead once a war starts.

        • Persistent Demme

          This is what I’m afraid of these days.

        • LeighBowery’sLuxuryComedy

          Well. There is this. Things might be speeding right along, actually:
          https://t.co/TYior526aa

    • Jennifer R

      He doesn’t have the political capital to wait that long.

  • spangled

    why would we need to vote? trump is president! voting is boring and for losers! https://uploads.disquscdn.com/images/017093e8bd868927d1696bfa34a32e7d2db8221a8e0aa67e5f90d856af552651.gif

    • hudson srinivasan

      iswydt. dorian’s partially inseminated bride, kim, sells it.

    • Three Finger Salute

      Needs moar pink kimono and pancake makeup

      https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=w7J2Nnl7Ano

    • Villago Delenda Est

      Every country is three missed meals away from a revolution.

  • robin ruis

    you’re right. there i go thinking like a liberal again.

    • yyyaz

      Thinking, like reality and facts, has a heavy liberal bias.

  • SayItWithWookies

    I’m glad there’s a caption on the illustration up top, because my first dimwitted thought upon seeing it was “Keep fuckin’ that beaver, ha ha” just before a “Wait – that can’t be right” kicked in.

    • Beanz&Berryz

      Both tails are skinny… NTTAWWT. Oh, well, actually, there is…

  • Villago Delenda Est

    This is following in the tradition of Indiana, home of VP Dense, in that people with too much melanin should be discouraged or prohibited from voting, because they might vote in their own self interest and against Rethuglicans.

    • Three Finger Salute

      Too much estrogen and not enough systematizing too.

      • Cat Cafe for the Prosecution

        Emotional and with a hair-trigger temper, unlike any man such as our current President

  • FelineMama

    I think Pretend Prezidint, has a staffer who he has (his only job) to find all the things President Obama (BIG LIST) accomplished & with helpful tips & wording from one of his swamp deplorables, goes after these. This is a Donnie Directive. After that golfing & planning WW3, & tweeting. Maybe, not in this order.

  • Weird Fishes

    Fight it then. Fight it ever step of the way. Coordinate it with getting out the vote, with getting and keeping people educated and registered. It’s what the GOP fears the most: An educated electorate that is going to vote in its best interests.

  • Marsupial99

    What could POSSIBLY be a compelling, or even a legitimate, reason to wipe out someone’s voter registration because they didn’t vote a couple of times? Fraud? Hardly — THEY’RE NOT VOTING! Cost savings? Yeah, I’m sure the sample ballot & postage really make up for the thousands and thousands of hours they will spend in labor doing this over and over and over. (I’m not talking about a “compelling reason for Republicans & Fascists” — I mean a compelling interest for society.)

    Given the few voter fraud cases I’ve seen play out, it seems to me that it would be way more efficient to revoke the registration of anyone who has voted straight (R) in the last few consecutive elections. That’s the fraud hot-spot!

  • William
  • Robyn Ryan

    Using that rationale, women will have to have periodic abortions, to ensure their civil right to not be pregnant is honored.
    Saddle up, ladies. We’ve got work to do!

  • Robyn Ryan
  • Bitter Scribe

    Jonah Goldberg once wrote a column arguing, no lie, that voting shouldn’t be too easy, because that makes people appreciate it more, or something.

    Of course, if his fat ass had to stand in line for 15 minutes any time he wanted to vote, we’d never hear the end of it.

    • Cat Cafe for the Prosecution

      Well, he’s on the wrong side of everything, of course. Voting should not only be easy, it should be required. It’s the cornerstone of democracy, as he knows only too well.

  • Résistance Land Shark Ω
  • President in Exile Firefly

    Move Election Day to Veterans Day, give everyone the day off, and serve as a reminder of what our vets fought for.

    • Komsumverweigerer Ron

      For the right of Donnie Two Scoops to get a Purple Heart without having to earn it?

    • Regret

      That… might actually work!

      • george lastrapes

        That’s why it would face yuuuuge resistance. Vote suppression is hydra-headed.

    • sillyclucker

      Unless (like me), you work retail. Don’t have that day off.

  • Kooolest G

    a button on my phone can recognize my fucking thumbprint and I can pull money out of my bank from an ATM in Timbuktu, but yet we still can’t fucking figure out how to do an election in this country?

    • Oh, they’ve figgered it out, my friend. They’ve figgered it out. That’s the problem. They are authoritarians, not democrats.

    • Feature, not a bug.

    • SeeTrain65

      Actually, Republicans have been “doing” many elections in this country, if you get my drift.

  • I guess the Repubes will be brought back to the democratic fold after the revolution brought about by their suppression of alternate view points. Compromise is the heart of democracy. You can’t have a democracy by silencing segments of the population. Once an entire group of people are prevented from voting or having their votes count, then revolution becomes the only alternative. Kinda like it says in the Declaration of Independence. You Repubes might want to read it sometime.

    • sgt. jmk of the résistance

      You’d think that a bunch of people who enjoy dressing up in colonial attire and whinging about liberty would be a bit more aware, but I guess with taxation without representation, as with everything else, IOKIYAR.

      • The enemy of my enemy is my friend. As long as they is hurting the peoples we want hurt, it is worth enduring cuts to Soc Sec, Meals on Wheels, Medicaid, and any other benefit the government gives because we they are just that small and narrow minded.

  • george lastrapes

    PVO- the public voting option: your name, the act of you voting, and who/what you voted for, documented on cellphone, made public. Giving up the secret ballot would be a small price to pay for making it harder for the techno-tamperers to get away with it- if the idea catches on. Also- getting the marginalized registered, IDed and legal to vote- we should start now. Look at it this way: casting your ballot is only part of your obligation; safeguarding the rights of others is fighting for democracy.

  • Jeff Mc Donald

    Listen, I get it that this is yet another attempt by Teapublicans to make sure that “those people” don’t get to vote, but on the other hand, damn it, you should be able to get on a horse, or a buggy, or the local stage coach, and go vote for fuck sake! 6 years and they couldn’t be bothered? Now they want to complain? After we’ve been stuck with the Big Orange? It’s almost as sad as the dopes who got conned into that whole Jill Stein thing.

    • sgt. jmk of the résistance

      I take your point – I look with admiration at Australia, where voting is mandatory and dream of automatic voter registration – but still… it’s just not right, and the fact that they think they’re hiding that these purges are designed to clear anyone to the left of Pat Buchanan off the rolls is just downright freaking insulting.

      • Brian Bixby

        I have noticed that in countries where voting is mandatory that people tend to be much more politically active. Yeah, I know, correlation is not causation.

  • Lisacmckinnon

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  • A Bashful Nobody

    Since I live in Ohio (sob), I’ve been able to observe Husted close up. He’s quite the power hungry young fellow. Otherwise known as a big ole creep.

    • SeeTrain65

      Worms turn over rocks to show evidence of where he’s been.

    • LeighBowery’sLuxuryComedy

      Upvoting for fellow Buckeye. Not real proud of that after this weekend in particular..

  • Böcker

    As usual republicans want to pick their voters, that’s called election fraud.

  • pgjack

    People better get off their butts and vote if they want to keep the right. Republicans are in control of most states, the federal gov and the courts. Once they get folks scrubbed from the voting list they’ll keep them off. Vote in every election. Every Election!!

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