January 30, 2005


I heard about that silly Wisconsin voting rule that says that as long as someone vouches for you, you can vote. Maybe we could learn a thing or two about that blue finger dye being used in the Iraqi elections.

Posted by: Sarah at 03:45 AM | Comments (3) | Add Comment
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1 Sarah - I can hear the wailing from the ACLU already! How many snarky comments can you come up with for reasons why the ACLU would be against this?

Posted by: Toni at January 30, 2005 10:54 AM (N4tak)

2 I loved most of the posts, many are so wonderful but this one is light and deep at the same time: From Iraq the Model: "I walked forward to my station, cast my vote and then headed to the box, where I wanted to stand as long as I could, then I moved to mark my finger with ink, I dipped it deep as if I was poking the eyes of all the world's tyrants."

Posted by: Ruth H at January 30, 2005 02:35 PM (upDG6)

3 Toni, I'll get the ball rolling: - Descriminatory against those with no arms - Choice of blue dye clashes with style of citizens who are an "Autumn" - Wouldn't want to deny vote to those unable to tell left hand from right

Posted by: James at February 01, 2005 05:27 PM (QvU5o)

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