Wednesday, March 22, 2006

Democracy and Health Insurance Join Forces!

The sample special election ballots for the Congress seat formly held by our illustrious Randy "Duke" Cunningham arrived in my mailbox today. For those of you unfamiliar with San Diego politics, Mr. Cunningham was our glorious, honorable congressman who, being understandably human, unfortunately accepted a few bribes. Just a few. Around $2,400,000 to be exact, but that's beside the point.

Anyway, the race to replace him is concluding with this ballot. It looks ordinary enough on the outside, with the standard set of basic directions and conspicuously patriotic color scheme.

When I opened the ballot, however, I was surprised to discover that most of the ballot was occupied not by the ballot, but rather by advertisements and dieting advice. That's right - there are advertisements in the ballot. Your tax dollars are at work here, clearly.

(Click to enlarge - yes, these are actually in the ballot. I have trouble believing it too.) God bless America.


Anonymous Anonymous said...

Vote Alan Uke!

11:05 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

What would you do if you knew you had to fight Chuck Norris armed with a roundhouse kick and had 24 hours to prepare?

11:07 PM  
Anonymous jazzzzy said...

I'm thoroughly disgusted with the lack of updates here. Disgusted.

7:40 AM  

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