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[Right-Wing Ralphie]

Now that you've witnessed the zingers and smackdowns of the first debate, let's look at how America will vote in . . .

"Voting With Right-Wing Ralphie!"  That's me!  Heeheehoohoo!

It'll be a little different this year because dozens of state legislatures have tried to push through tough voter ID laws-- and through all the confusion, some are gonna be checking IDs!

Which is great because we've got to stop the rampant fraud at the voting booth!

Trust me, it's just a coincidence that people without photo IDs happen to be poor, old, black, latino, students--

They're just as likely to vote Republican, right?  Right?  Um, heeheehee-anyhoo…

And just because twenty-five percent of the nation's African American voters don't have photo IDs-- doesn't mean we should stand for all the fraud at the voting booth!

Why, there are millions, er, thousands, er, hundreds-- dozens?  Um, okay, ten cases of this fraud since two-thousand!

But, but, ten is way more than none!  Heeheeheehoo!

Which is why we need these voter ID laws!  It's not about voter supression or skewing elections!

[cut to Mike Turzai:  "Voter ID, which is gonna allow Governor Romney to win the State of Pennsylvania.  Done."]

Whoops!  Not sure how that got in there.  Er . . . that law might not be enacted for a couple of months anyway.  Heeheeheehoo!

Just look at ACORN, the greatest Democratic conspiracy since a Kenyan--

What th'?!  What?  Stop that!  Stop!  What th'?!  What?

Well, see?!  We need to keep those dead people who won't show up to vote from being able to vote when they don't show up at the voting booth!

That's why we need tough voter ID laws!

I'm Right-Wing Ralphie saying:  They don't call it a voting Right for nothing!


Originally posted to Comics on Fri Oct 05, 2012 at 06:50 AM PDT.

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