I didn’t know that when we went to vote on Tuesday that we were voting for Sarah Palin by proxy.
What is it with these Tea Party folks? Are they truly delusional? They want to “fix” the government…?
If it ain’t broke…
Some lovely things that came up post election–
Oklahoma passed a State Question that would outlaw (if I’m understanding this correctly) International Law and Sharia Law (practised in Muslim countries). Now someone has come forward stating that the newly passed propostion is unconstitutional and is “anti-Muslim”.
My question is: if this was known before the election took place, one– why was it on the ballot to begin with; and two, why didn’t anyone say anything earlier about its possible unconstitutionality?
In California, the proposition that would have legalized marijuana use by adults in their own home was defeated. My question here is– doesn’t the state of California realize how much they could make in taxes on cannibis regulation? They’ve cried that they’re broke, yet this was a good way to recoup those funds into empty coffers, and it was still defeated? What is this, the 1950’s when people believed that pot was a “gateway drug” to harder drugs?
Please– give the citizens of my home state a little credit for some brains here…even the Hollywood types.
That guy is Kentucky who was running for re-election for county attorney, and approved a flier that had so-called “stock” photos of members of Disturbed, Avenged Sevenfold, and StoneSour, and saying that his opponent defends criminals (implying that the members of those bands are criminals) lost big Tuesday night. I had to laugh! Jerk had it coming. Congrats to Steve Franzen on his victory!
And to James Daley, who is the guy who sent out the flyers– you better hope and pray that David Draiman, Dan Donegan, and the others you had on that flyer don’t sue your ass into the next century. You’re a freakin’ lawyer! You should have known better!
Okay, no more election rants. I am so done with all this crap.
I’m Stef and this is where it’s @ !~