Keep Your Care Packages and Your Ballots

Good thing big brother’s looking out for us, especially if we’re deployed with the military right now.
A group of half-wits in Fairfax County, VA decided to invent a new rule applied to Federal Write-In Absentee Ballots that stretches beyond the related state and military guidelines. To make matters worse, these requirements only apply to those ballots most widely used by members of the U.S. military and their families — this rule does not apply to any other type of absentee ballot.
We better make sure that civilians and those not currently deployed (also known as ‘folk who don’t see the most pressing military needs’) decide who will be the next Commander in Chief.
Just imagine the bumper sticker often touted : “I support the troops not the war.”
Ace form of support in this grand piece of legislation.
My new sticker: “Keep the care packages and the ballots. — Fairfax County Registrar”

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