Tuesday, November 2, 2010

It's Election Day!

I would exhort everyone to get out there and vote, but really...there are some people I don't think should be voting.
Let's take for example certain individuals who perhaps don't know who the Vice President of the United States is...should they go in and be encouraged to pull random levers?
How about the more typical person who doesn't know the difference between there, their, and they're?
Call me crazy, but I'm not so sure they should be rolling in to vote.
I could name zillions of reasons we should pass a litmus test before people are allowed to vote, but...isn't that the glory of freedom?

All jokes aside, may the best man/woman win.


  1. People who can't name their state capitol, people who think the Secretary of State is either a secretary or works for a state, people who can't name the concept behind a single constitutional ammendment, people who watch Jersey Shore. I could add so many more.

  2. The same should be said for the candidates!


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