News That Will Drive You To Drink

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Texas, America’s Lab for Bad Policy is gonna try the ol’ The Dog Ate My Homework defense, eh?

Isn’t THAT convenient?!

Seriously, Texas, I’d take to the streets NOW to demand a delay in voting until such a time that there are, you know, eff’ing ballots.

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11 Responses to News That Will Drive You To Drink

  1. roket says:

    We’re reaching taxation without representation territory.

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  2. revzafod says:

    Being over 65 [waaaay over], I got my Denton County, Texas mail-in ballot early this month and sent it in a week ago for the Democratic primary. I’m signed up for mail-in for the rest of the year.

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  3. Richard Portman says:

    I am happy to hear it. We also have choice to vote by mail in Utah. We also have drop ballot boxes at our libraries, where we can put our ballots. I still believe.


    • MDavis says:

      Nevada is now automatically mail-in ballots unless you choose to opt out and vote in person. Two per person – one for the primaries and one for the general.
      (To me, this explains the pol claiming he could have voted 6 times since his household received 6 ballots. I’m betting that was 3 for his state’s primary elections and 3 for the general – Two each for him, for his wife, and for their kid who had gone to college. totally legit)


      • They’re trying hard to eliminate mail-in ballots here in the TSKoA, which is mind-bogglingly stupid because these have been the reliable source of votes overwhelmingly for the Republicans over the Dems for years. All this with absolutely zero evidence of any irregularities, even by their own cyberninja clownshow audit.

        Yeah, all the old farts in Sun City are gonna stand in line for seven hours fifteen minutes to vote.

        Fortunately, the really really bad bill that had all the nonsense in it like letting the Lege decide, and ‘count every vote by hand in 24 hours'(1) was effectivey killed by the Republican House leader (!!!) by assigning the bill to every committee in the House, so it would have to pass out of every one to advance. That was cold. They’ll normally assign to two or three committees if they don’t really want something to pass, so assigning to every one was a very clear ‘fuck you and the bill you rode in on’ message.

        (1) It took the CyberClowns months to “count” all the votes from just Maricopa county..

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  4. schmice3 says:

    Money talks


  5. osirisopto says:

    They have all the ballots they need.

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  6. CalicoJack says:

    Welcome to the #GOPDystopia, y’all! This is going to be our life until we all give up and let the oligarchs rob us blind and the MAGA mob troll us into oblivion.


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