One thing that seems to go with barely a whimper is the ongoing voter suppression. Lots of people are being purged from voter rolls. Yet, they still hand out signs and stickers like "I voted." Well, here are some suggestions for the current times:
I Guess I Voted
I Tried To Vote
I Don't Know If I Voted
Somebody Voted For Me!
I doubt they'll be handing these out at the polls, but I can always hope.
On a related notion, Whatever happened to the dead vote? It's a fact, not really contested any longer, that LBJ in his Congress days, was elected to office by dead people. Apparently, he was extremely popular with the dead voters and won nearly 100% of the dead people vote. So what happened to the Texas dead? Do they no longer vote? They probably vote Republican now, I'm guessing.
Fun Fact: Neither of my grandmothers ever voted--not once. They actually started out in an era when women were not allowed to vote. They still never did vote. I don''t know why, although one of them lived in a Southern state and seemed to dislike the poll tax. That was a tax on voting to discourage black people from voting. It also kept a lot of poor white people from the polls as well.
Primary season starts soon. Update your voting status , especially if you recently died. I wonder how many dead people read this blog.