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Some People Should Do America A Solid & Not Vote

24 Oct

I know, I know, it’s everyone’s right in this country to vote. But that doesn’t mean that everyone should. Take these people for example:

See? These people are clearly awful Americans who can’t put a logical argument/sentence together, and probably get their news via Facebook and word of mouth from other idiots, and I do not believe that people like this should vote. I do however, think that we should give them rafts made out of sticks, and a paddle, that way they can discover a new country where “Finders Keepers, Losers Get Credit Cards Stolen” is written in the law books. We can provide them the sticks, and they can build the rafts during their mandated community service.

Doesn’t matter if this is a Fox News interview from 2008, the dude kind of makes a point. If you don’t know what Roe V Wade is, or who Paul Ryan is, or how to spell ‘sandwich’, then maybe it should be your civic duty to stay out of the voting booth. Problem is, no one knows (or wants to admit) how uninformed they really are. Until they figure it out, looks like we have to pray that “rake bitch” forgets what ward she is in. If she ever knew in the first place…

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4 Responses to “Some People Should Do America A Solid & Not Vote”

  1. sarah kane October 24, 2012 at 6:22 pm #

    Couldn’t agree more. Trashy ass people reaping off the system, while we all get up and go to work everyday! Makes my blood boil….. I wish I could take em all to a shooting range and line their trashy asses up. Maybe that would help with the budget crisis 🙂

  2. Kristina October 24, 2012 at 6:25 pm #

    I think we both know who will prob have something to say about this.

  3. Sheila October 24, 2012 at 7:22 pm #

    Voter requirements is a slippery slope. How would you enforce it? There are people with higher degrees that don’t learn about the issues and people that didn’t graduate from high school that take the time to gather all the information. People who are informed are simply self motivated to do so and there’s no easy way to test for that.

    And then it begs the question, how informed is informed enough? I couldn’t name the different supreme court justices by looking at photos of them but I still consider myself to be an informed voter. And who would be able to decide how informed we need to be? The governmental officials that are up for election? No one could be trusted with that job because there is too much to gain.

    I understand your frustration but the current system is the lesser of two evils. The best we can do is try to engage others in thoughtful conversations about what matters to them and how the election will affect those issues.

    • Molly October 24, 2012 at 7:27 pm #

      My point at the end is that it’s not possible to prevent anyone. I’m just non seriously ranting about stupid people who know nothing about politics or how to spell the word ‘sandwich’.

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