Why Are All The Dogs Barking in Arizona (and Utah)?

The terrible sand people of the terrible sand kingdom of Arizonastan.

Rep. John Kavanagh (R Fountain Hills) from the Terrible Sand Kingdom of Arizonastan explains his opposition to voting rights to us:

“There’s a fundamental difference between Democrats and Republicans,” Kavanagh said.

“Democrats value as many people as possible voting, and they’re willing to risk fraud. Republicans are more concerned about fraud, so we don’t mind putting security measures in that won’t let everybody vote — but everybody shouldn’t be voting.”


“Not everybody wants to vote, and if somebody is uninterested in voting, that probably means that they’re totally uninformed on the issues,” Kavanagh said. “Quantity is important, but we have to look at the quality of votes, as well.”

We’ve said it before, not all Republicans are racists, but you can damn well bet all racists are Republicans.

Meanwhile, Republican Sen. Mike Lee says Democratic voting rights bill was ‘written in hell by the devil himself’.

Rush Limbaugh?

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11 Responses to Why Are All The Dogs Barking in Arizona (and Utah)?

  1. Kavanaugh is possibly the biggest asshole IN the AZ lege (although there’s a large pack of yappers on his heels for seond place). He’s a real piece of work; he introduced a bill last year that would essentially let anyone plow through people on a roadway if they were blocking a right-of-way.

    He’s definitely one of the ones who wand to kill people for not being the right /religion/color/gender/political party. Ex-cop to boot and he definitely brings that fuck you authoritarianism shit.


  2. Jimmy T says:

    I was reading a Vox poll that said more than 61% of Arizonastanians favor passing legislation over retaining the filibuster. Not sure if the good senator reads trend lines, but seems to have been caught flat-footed with her response…


  3. sos says:

    Wouldn’t it be interesting if John Kavanagh was Judge Keg-Molester’s long-lost uncle? Squi


  4. Infidel753 says:

    If Satan supports voting rights, I’d vote for him over Mike Lee (or any Republican these days).

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  5. FELINE MAMA says:

    “There is a fundamental difference between Repukes. & Dems!” An honest statement VERY,VERY well put R.K.
    Not too often honesty from them, NO ????


  6. laura says:

    Comes now the jumped up shite bag from the terrible sand kingdom to weigh forth on the Fundamental Right – not the privilege, not the opportunity, not “a right” but a Fundamental Right to vote. Partisanship can’t meet the burden of proof to restrict a fundamental right, but not for lack of trying.


  7. roket says:

    Um. Poll Tax.


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