October 16, 2008, - 3:31 pm

As Redd Foxx Would Say, Don’t Vote, You Big Dummy

By Debbie Schlussel

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I’ve been arguing for years that all of these “Rock the Vote” campaigns and whines about many Americans not voting are baloney and counterproductive. I call it the “Million Moron March.” In 2002, on ABC’s “Politically Incorrect”, I called Lars Ulrich of “Metallica” and Johnny Rzeznik of “The Goo Goo Dolls” on their absurd efforts at their concerts to register more idiots like the ones they see in the mirror, to vote. When I asked them, both admitted they weren’t registered–a good thing (Ulrich wasn’t even a U.S. citizen). Of course, all of that made it to the cutting room floor because we can’t make celebs or their dumb “register imbeciles to vote” efforts look bad on national television, especially on a show entitled, “Politically Incorrect.”
I don’t want some multi-pierced Jeff Spicoli who can’t find his own navel (except to pierce and tattoo it to death) entering my voting booth. Don’t push them to vote or making it easier. Make it harder. That’s not elitist. It’s common sense. Dummies have no biz in the voting booth. It’s malpractice, as demonstrated well here:

From my 2004 review of “Team America: World Police”, I wrote this about voting:

And they’ve [filmmakers Matt Stone and Trey Parker] redeemed themselves in other ways. In a recent Rolling Stone interview, they ripped Sean “P. Diddy” Colmes’ “Vote or Die” campaign. What P. Diddy really means is “Dummies Register to Vote Kerry or Die,” though those options might not be mutually exclusive.
Stone said he didn’t think uninformed people should be encouraged to go to the polls. And I agree. It’s only the liberals who want to register every Spicoli (that means you, Sean Penn) who can’t even decide the next place to pierce or tattoo, much less choose the next leader of the Free World. Remember Bill Clinton’s Motor Voter Bill? It’s helped P. Diddy on his way to getting a Million Moron March into the booth to pull the lever.

Dummies Across America, please do me–and the rest of your country–a favor: Stay home on election day. Oh, and by the way, we all know for whom most of these dummies are voting: A guy whose initials–and much else–stink.


6 Responses

I completely agree with you. I think the voting age should be raised to 25 or 26. Too many morons who do not read are being made to vote and most of them (surprise) vote Democratic. If you are uninformed it is your patriotic duty not to vote.

Ripper on October 16, 2008 at 6:38 pm

Gently remind all your democrat friends and family to avoid the long lines and get to the polls early on Wednesday Nov 5th.

Tempus Fugit on October 17, 2008 at 2:37 am

I agree with Debbie.
No, really.
Every voter should be asked; “Are you going to vote Republican or Democrat?” If they answer ‘Democrat’ they should be prevented from voting.
That way we would get a free and fair democratic election.

No Pasaran! on October 17, 2008 at 3:58 am

Great line, “Million Moron March.” That about sums it all up.

metal321 on October 17, 2008 at 8:24 am

Stoopid people should not vote. I have been a part of Republican voter registration efforts. Usually Republicans will target zip codes based on prior voting history. There is no reason to reach out to universities or colleges that has never shown a willingness to vote Republican. Yes there will be a token effort. However no matter where you go you will find a stoopid person asking “do I have to pay to vote?” Obama wants the stoopid voter. Obama has been spending a lot of time targeting youth on FM radio stations. He is even targeting the online video gamers. http://www.dallasnews.com/sharedcontent/dws/news/politics/national/stories/DN-gameads_17pol.ART.State.Edition1.4ac50d2.html
What’s next for Obama targeting online porn sites?

californiascreaming on October 17, 2008 at 10:57 am

Unfortunately the Supreme Bunch of Morons in Black Robes have ruled that you can’t require a test or a poll tax … therefore broke idiots can vote for a government payout.

Allan on October 17, 2008 at 7:18 pm

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