In the last election I voted for Obama, not because I believed in him, but because I put my faith in the youth who supported him. He let us both down. I vowed never to vote again. Then Rebecca Solnit changed my mind. So I'll vote, okay? Now stop nagging me.
- Should we pass a law requiring English-only signs to use correct English, even if the pendejo holding the sign is ignorant? Note the samples posted here.
|Did mayor spell his name right?|
- Come election day, I have to decide between the lesser of two evils: Obama for four more years OR Romney for four to eight. You do the math.
- Someone said they were less worried Iran might eventually have the atom bomb than they were Romney could have it two and a half months from now. Count the days and practice duck-n-cover, just in case.
|At least this promises bilingualism.|
- In Colorado we might pass a referendum legalizing marijuana. That would at least make it easier to survive political ads of 2016. Cast your vote for sanity.
- Why do so many people call my house asking how I'll vote? The election is a secret ballot. I tell that to pollsters and doorknockers, and they act like I'm spewing rocket science at them.
|Illiteracy is bliss|
- How come there's nothing on the ballot about Arizona? Like making complicity with its anti-brown gov't a federal hate-crime?
- I've been flying around Aztlán for a month. Why is it a federal crime to joke about airport security? What's not to joke about? I propose a federal referendum making it mandatory to joke about airport security. Best joke wins a free ticket to a land free of sheep and home of the not-so-paranoid. It would add mirth to the wasted time, the personal violation and anxiety. Is there a second to my motion?
|No spelling bee, either|
- If the Demos and Repubs really wanted to win the latino vote, they would compete in habanero-eating contests and crossing-the-Arizona-desert-by-night marathons. Only survivors could take office.
|Guess that makes it offical|
- How snugly does George Orwell's 1984 shoe fit us now? Start with the words of CIA Director William Casey: "We'll know our disinformation program is complete when everything the American public believes is false." (1981)
|But it comes in two spellings|
Y ya con la mierda política en la tele,