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?


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.