#2
Some people shouldn't be allowed to vote.

Hell there should be an IQ test on one side of the ballot and the actual vote thingies on the other and if you fail the test your ballot doesn't count.
#3
This guy doesn't even know how long presidents can serve, how the hell would he know whether or not Bush was doing a good job???
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#4
I liked these comments:

"Seems like Bush is still strong with the gay-hispanic community."

"If we're not careful this video might actually cause the planet to start spinning in reverse from all the people that collectively swing their arm to face palm themselves after watching this."

lmao
#5
bahaha.

o lawdy, this is weird
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Tell her
"I could be playing this *inserts Job For a Cowboys Doom Cd*
but i'd rather play this *inserts *David Crowder followed by Brewster*"

haha yeah that should work


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#6
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Some people shouldn't be allowed to vote.

Hell there should be an IQ test on one side of the ballot and the actual vote thingies on the other and if you fail the test your ballot doesn't count.



Many southern states used to require literacy tests before someone could register to vote. Oddly enough, they only enforced the law when black people were trying to register (you might be familiar with Jim Crow laws). So long story short, it's illegal to administer a test that would preclude citizens from registering. Plus I think it's in the constitution.
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#8
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I like staring at girls' boobs and seeing how long it takes them to say something and what their reaction is. It's win-win-win


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#9
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If Bloomberg can serve a third term, so can Bush.



Bush was welcome to propose a nationwide constitutional convention with the purpose of repealing the 22nd Amendment. Somehow, I don't think it would have been nearly as successful as Bloomberg's NYC proposition.
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