News That Will Drive You To Drink

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Forget it, Jake. It’s Floriduh:

Florida Republican pitches bill to eliminate the Florida Democratic Party

A Republican in Florida’s state Legislature has filed a bill that, if enacted, would eliminate the Florida Democratic Party.

“The Ultimate Cancel Act,” filed on Tuesday by state Sen. Blaise Ingoglia, would require the state’s Division of Elections to “immediately cancel” the filings of any political party whose platform had “previously advocated for, or been in support of, slavery or involuntary servitude.”

Say, wait. Doesn’t that make white people feel sad? Isn’t that illegal there? Also, a few Republicans are going to say, “Wait a minute, are we in the wrong party, Bubba?!”

The bill, called S.B. 1248, would require Florida officials to notify all registered voters who belong to any canceled parties that their party no longer exists. It would also change their voter registration to “no party affiliation” and “provide procedures” for those voters to update their affiliation to “an active political party.”

Insert your own Floriduh Democrats in disarray joke here.

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6 Responses to News That Will Drive You To Drink

  1. Jimmy T says:

    Just gonna drop this off. Totally speaks for itself…

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  2. roket says:

    Not to worry. When the tourism dollars dry up the oil companies can move in their drilling platforms off the coast from those once pristine beaches. They’ll show us.

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  3. Oneofthebobs says:

    He doesn’t even want to win. He just wants to be seen. What a loser.

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  4. Tick Tock, fellow inhabitants of a budding fascist state. Y’all may laugh, but they laughed at hitler, too.

    See if any of this article, about CPAC’s favorite Fascist, has any echoes of GOP tactics?

    Remember, Wisconson’s GOP won 65% of the state legislative seats with 43% of the vote…

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  5. w3ski4me says:

    It must be in the air or water. Those Florida Rethugs come up with the wackiest ideas ever. They sure do need a mouth auditor, from somewhere not affected by that poison, to control what comes out of their mouths.

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  6. MDavis says:

    Not that they will pay attention to this inconvenient allegation, but aren’t Republicans super in favor of jails and prisons? Aren’t those the compromise that was arrived at when the original slavery was abolished? Maybe they should check out that 13th Amendment. Maybe I should go digging into Republican platforms, looking for “tough on crime” provisions.
    I won’t dig, but I seem to remember this coming up a lot.

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