Pat Sajak wonders whether we should prevent public employees from voting in certain state and federal elections. The fact that he poses it as a question makes him, I guess, part of the Republican party's moderate wing.
Maybe he just forgot which game show he came from?
I always confuse him with the guy from Family Feud who hanged himself.
Just shows the effects that familial quarreling can have on a person in the long-term.
@Matt: Since a rhetorical question such as the one Pat poses is really nothing more than an answer in the form of a question, your point is well taken.
@Matt: Unless that was your joke and I was too dumb to get it.
Yes, yes I was.
I will always take "Low-hanging Fruit" for a thousand.
I'd like to buy a vowel, Karen.
I'd like to short-sell a vowel.
He's right, it's the same reason we don't let Americans vote in their elections. They might profit from the results!
Wait a second…
The only ones who vote should really be those who stand to benefit the least from government: Sparrows, small rodents, certain plants.
And there you go lobbying for the small rodents again. As a small rodent lobbyist, should you be allowed to comment on their rights?
This is the most sensible argument you're likely to hear from a guy who used to force people to buy ceramic dalmatians.
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