Category Archives: voting

Steal This Vote

So how’s that election thing going? Well, judging by the lede at Huffington Post this morning, it’s not going very well in Florida, where the tea tide hit like a tsunami in 2010: Restrictive measures were not enough for the … Continue reading

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The Problem In One Chart

Of course, one shouldn’t confuse “desire” with “duty.”

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One Of These Things Is Exactly Like The Others

Magic Love Hose makes comics for OsborneInk.com. He lives in Canada where he can lob grenades into America’s political process from Minimum Safe Distance. This is his Twitter. Say hi.

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Good Things Happen When We Occupy Voting Booths

Yesterday’s results should put an end to the idea that voting never solves anything. Ohio voters roundly rejected Governor Kasich’s union-busting law, Mississippi voters said no to that state’s “personhood” amendment, and the architect of Arizona’s “papers please” immigration law … Continue reading

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“I Still Fucking Vote” Call for Reader Submissions

Share me your stories of setting your shoulders and going to the polls out of simple, noble duty. (CLICK TO EMBIGGEN) Magic Love Hose makes comics for OsborneInk.com. He lives in Canada where he can lob grenades into America’s political … Continue reading

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Occupy Polling Stations

Activism is amazing. Donating your time and money to causes is highly commendable. But voting is still literally the least you can do in a democracy. Some might call it sacred. (CLICK TO EMBIGGEN) Magic Love Hose makes comics for … Continue reading

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The Government You Deserve

Joe Miller is all set to become the first US Senator from the militia movement despite the fact Alaska hates him: Miller is winning despite having the worst personal favorability numbers of the three candidates. Only 36% have a positive … Continue reading

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Defeat Strategy: Play With Fire

At the local Republican campaign headquarters today trying to learn something about the way Republicans are organizing, I spoke with two very affable gentlemen very concerned about the president’s birth certificate, a supposed flood of illegal immigrants that has been … Continue reading

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California Voting Fiasco

I was catching up with Brad Friedman’s blog yesterday and learned that nothing has changed about electronic voting: Two years ago, in June of ’08, the ES&S “InkaVote Plus” e-vote system in Los Angeles County misprinted 4 out of 12 … Continue reading

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Sarah Jumps Ship

I’m occupied writing a letter tonight in response to the awful crapola that appeared on the editorial page of my local daily, which endorsed Obama for president this past Sunday. Two letters appeared today, one of op-ed length, reproducing the … Continue reading

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