Saturday, May 28, 2016

When Allowed Vote


Being part of the Arizona voting constituency . . .



WHEN Arizona is allowed to vote . . . 



Because who could have known opening a little more than 1/4 of the polling places for the Arizona primary would lead to ridiculously long lines and a voting cut off before a substantial portion of voters were allowed to vote? 



The best quote from the subsequent public hearings . . .


"We stood in line long enough to order pizza . . .


TWICE before we went home." 


Maricopa county recorder Helen Purcell, who unfortunately has the decisional capacity to determine polling locations, was interviewed:



Interviewer: Who is to blame? 

Purcell: Well the voters for getting in line. I think we have seen the heights of the candidates coming here and we haven't seen that in the past. They stirred things up. 

Interviewer: How could this be prevented?

Purcell: I have no idea. 


Interviewer: Is this going to be a failure of your office? 

Purcell: I don't think so. When you get people out to vote? Is that a failure? 



YES you incompetent bureaucrat, when 1/3 of the people who tried to vote don't get to vote, then YES, I'm going to call that a failure. 

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