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January 31, 2008


In Miami, we call this good citizenship.

(Thanks to Bob Brogan)


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A good son. I'm sure he was only fulfilling his mother's wishes as to who should be our next president.

So who did she vote for? Regan?

Vote early. Vote often. Even when you're dead.

in albany, the dead have voted for years. so too in chicago. what's the problem?

Late returns are still coming in ......

Harry Caray wanted to be buried in Chicago so he could continue voting. She still has time to relocate before the primary next Tuesday.

Isn't that what 'absentee' means?

A dead guy won an election in Missouri once. Sounds about right drawing on the 31 years experience I had living there.

Do voting dead people get jury duty, too?

Late *snork* @ Meanie.

She should be hauled into court and given a 'STIFF' fine.

lilrascal - where in MO did you live?

All over St. Louis. Last seen living in the Central West End near wash U. where my wife taught. On the street too if that helps.

I don't see a problem with this.

Another Democratic voter disenfranchised.

"I think the message is out there that this is not something to joke about."

Which is why this article made it on this blog.

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