Hollyweird A(hole) list urges people to register to vote

Posted by: ST on October 1, 2008 at 10:43 pm


The most dramatic line (paraphrasing): Did you know that in order to vote, you have to, like, register?

Um, excuse me, but if someone’s so stupid they don’t know they have to register in order to vote, then I don’t want them registering nor voting. The common rallying cry we hear in the weeks leading up to election day revolves around how brave men and women have died for our right to vote. While that’s certainly true – and it’s true that people should indeed exercise their right to vote – frankly if someone’s not informed enough on the issues to cast an educated vote then I encourage those people to please please stay away from the ballot box.

Wouldn’t it be nice if people followed my advice? If they did, then about 75% of registered Democrats who have planned on voting on election day would change their minds and stay home. :>

Hey, a girl can dream, can’t she?

Related I: Profiles in Hollyweird moonbattery: Ashley Judd.

Related II: Matt Damon is urging people in Ohio via a pre-recorded phone message to register to vote for Barack Obama. Aww.

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4 Responses to “Hollyweird A(hole) list urges people to register to vote”


  1. Matt Damon is urging people in Ohio via a pre-recorded phone message to register to vote for Barack Obama.

    Speaking of Ohio, now’s a good time to remind people of how the Ohio Secretary of State is trying to steal the election for Obama. :-w

  2. Severian says:

    I can never see Matt Damon without thinking of Team America “Matt Daaaaaamon.”

    Anthony, you’re right on, voter fraud is going to be extreme in this election. The Dem/Chicago/ACORN vote fraud bandwagon is at full gallop, even if McCain were ahead in the polls he would probably lose thanks to the dead vote.

  3. Leslie says:

    Why ST! You old . . . Federalist you! Alexander Hamilton would have been so proud.


    PS to Anthony in LA,

    It appears that the job description of the Ohio Secretary of State includes something about stealing elections. Recall that the last one, a Republican, was accused of having done the same thing for Bush in 2004.


  4. NC Cop says:

    Only in America can Barack Obama get the backing of some of the most elite, rich, pampered, overpaid, spoiled people on the entire planet, and still be considered the “working man’s” candidate.

    How sad we’ve become in this country.