Well he's already wasting money like a politician.
posted on 07/22/2006 12:40:09 PM PDT
(I'm trying to think but nothing happens)
It's false advertising. If you vote for "none of the above," you actually get David Gatchell, which is less than none of the above.
posted on 07/22/2006 12:41:53 PM PDT
by July 4th
(A vacant lot cancelled out my vote for Bush.)
I'm all for putting NOTA on the ballot, so long as it's nonbinding and the top human vote getter still wins.
posted on 07/22/2006 12:42:31 PM PDT
(Am I therefore become your enemy, because I tell you the truth? Galatians 4:16)
posted on 07/22/2006 12:43:11 PM PDT
(So the guy says to the doctor, "It hurts when I do this.")
I have been promoting "none of the above" for years to all my friends and acquaintances. I would add to the Nevada option by requiring a candidate to receive a plurality superior to "none" in order to take office. Those voted inferior would be excluded from running the next election, and if no one won, the office would remain empty till the next election.
posted on 07/22/2006 12:43:53 PM PDT
by Navy Patriot
(Striving to obtain liberal victim status.)
posted on 07/22/2006 12:46:24 PM PDT
("...cause those liberal freaks go to farrrrrr")
I guess it could be worse - he could have changed his name to "Please Punch Here ->" including the arrow.
I hope he doesn't win the lawsuit. If he does, the ballot can have another choice: None of the above.
posted on 07/22/2006 12:58:18 PM PDT
(Universal Human Rights and Multiculturalism: Liberals want to have cake and eat it too!)
I like the German system for changing a name. In Germany you must have a real strong reason to have your name changed so stupidity like "none of the above" is impossible.
posted on 07/22/2006 1:01:41 PM PDT
(ETERNAL SHAME on the Treasonous and Immoral Democrats!)
This was tried in Louisiana once. Only the guy changed his last name to "None of the above".
The judge allowed the guy to change his name. Then the election commission refused to put him on the ballot. Then the judge refused to allow him to change his name back at least for a while.
posted on 07/22/2006 1:34:50 PM PDT
"'None of the Above' term sought on ballot"
That's what I find myself looking for lately. I don't like the choices.
posted on 07/22/2006 1:47:38 PM PDT
(Then conquer we must, when our cause it is just, and this be our motto: in God is our trust.)
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