sexta-feira, 30 de setembro de 2016

Local elections are pretty much what you see. There are 32 or 33 parties--all of them fascist, communist or prohibitionist--and people are forced not only to vote for them but to pay for their teevee commercials. The Geneva convention, fortunately, forbids forcing folks to actually watch those commercials. This business of forcing people to pay for political propaganda ads was invented by Richard Nixon in 1971.
The libertarian party is blocked from ballot access. The blockage comes from a tiny group of very elderly judges appointed by a tiny group of politicians pictured in the cartoon.