anvill - 2008-11-11 At least he voted the right way in the end.
citrusmirakel - 2008-11-11 Indeed. That's exactly the correct vote for this guy.
Konversekid - 2008-11-11 I hope he spent 5 hours in line.
Camonk - 2008-11-11 P-people like this exist? I always assumed that the 20% approval rating they were giving him was like a consolation prize to keep him from just going FUCK IT and burning the White House down or something. I didn't think there were actually any people who liked Bush.
Caminante Nocturno - 2008-11-11 I want to hit you, sir. I want to hit you so hard that your parents cry as a result.
Torture the Artist - 2008-11-11 When I voted in the primaries there was a guy at the station getting irate at the workers because the ballot didn't have an "Either/Or" choice, and he eventually left in a huff without voting while muttering about how corrupt they all were. I'm 90% sure he thought it was the general election.
This is the product of campaigns by MTV and WWF and UFC and P fucking Diddy to make dumb people feel lazy and uninvolved for not voting. If someone doesn't understand what the election is even for you shouldn't be screaming at them for not voting.
takewithfood - 2008-11-11 People like this should not only lose their right to vote, they should lose the right to say "in my opinion".
This is great but not really that surprising. This actually makes me happy, because it means people are voting. I think stupid people should vote too. This guy was probably peer pressured into voting. Voting as status symbol. Maybe things aren't going badly for this guy? So why the fuck should he care what's happening?
You will find people like this all over the world.
In the 70's Mexican Americans defected against Gerald Ford because "he didn't know how to eat a tamale." They thought this based on a poor show of recorded tamale eating on the campaign trail. Uneducated Mexican Americans thought Gerald Ford didn't care about Mexicans and their issues based on this alone. And it turns out-- they were right! Meanwhile, one of the smartest men in the world, Donald Rumsfeld, was busy plotting the demise of everything we hold dear.