Friday, October 07, 2016

You can't spell "ironic twist on voter disenfranchisement" without G-O-P

This showed up on my Twitter feed yesterday:




Earlier this year, a federal judge in Wisconsin declared unconstitutional portions of Republican laws that (among other things) curtailed absentee voting. The judge found that the absentee voting provisions -- passed into law by former Republican darling Scott Walker in 2011 -- were specifically designed to limit minority voting. Wisconsin's Republican Attorney General is appealing the ruling.

So what Trump means is "WHITE PEOPLE SIGN UP TODAY". But you knew that, right?

6 comments:

Andrew Leon said...

You don't want me to start.

Briane Pagel said...

Actually I DO. I like your rants.

Briane Pagel said...

Plus I think you might literally be the only person who reads this besides me. And half the time I know what I'm going to say.

"Half the time?"

*thinks* "Yeah I'd say that's about right."

Andrew Leon said...

It's one of those that might never end, though, and I don't know that I have time for that at the moment. I have a thing I'm trying to finish in time for the end of the month.

Briane Pagel said...

It is "Brothers Keeper?"

Andrew Leon said...

No, that one isn't till next year. :(
I can't write fast enough.