Please vote, as soon as you sign your Loyalty Oath:

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51 TheBatPencil5th Jan 2012 07:15:49 PM from Glasgow, Scotland , Relationship Status: I'm just a hunk-a, hunk-a burnin' love
Presumably there's nothing stopping people from signing it, then ignoring it completely?
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52 drunkscriblerian5th Jan 2012 07:17:10 PM from Castle Geekhaven , Relationship Status: In season
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@Bat: Not really, but as someone else mentioned earlier this sets a bad precedent. I'm glad someone in the GOP realized what a retarded idea this is.
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53 Polarstern6th Jan 2012 06:46:37 AM from United States , Relationship Status: 700 wives and 300 concubines
I'm rather surprised, but proud. I have a poor definition of politicians in general so I'm kinda impressed they could rub together their brain cells fast enough to realize at least this mistake.
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55 Chalkos6th Jan 2012 08:08:42 AM from The Internets
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The Governor is a moderate Republican on most fronts anyway. It's the Attorney General who is probably sitting in his dark tower, lit from beneath by flickering flames, and laughing maniacally at the loyalty oath requirement.
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[up]Is he a Democrat, then? tongue
What's precedent ever done for us?
57 Chalkos6th Jan 2012 10:31:12 AM from The Internets
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If he is, he's also an evil genius of the highest degree.

But probably he's exactly what he seems like.
58 NickTheSwing6th Jan 2012 03:02:06 PM from Ya really wanna know? , Relationship Status: Dating Catwoman
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I might just go vote in the primary, sign this loyalty oath, and then break it just for fun in the main election.

These kinds of idiotic pledges are becoming a style of some sort to the Republicans. We've seen them group together and pledge to do certain things that a President would not even be capable of doing. In addition to the pledge as one becomes president, they would be working to add in all these pledges.

It is foolhardy and shows how loose their grips on reality can be.

edited 6th Jan '12 3:04:20 PM by NickTheSwing

59 Nohbody6th Jan 2012 03:45:28 PM from Somewhere in Dixie , Relationship Status: Mu
"In distress", my ass.
At the risk of a derail, it's not like Democrats are particularly lacking for attempts to stomp out non-Groupthink opinions in their primaries. tongue

That's not, however, to say I think the subject of this thread was all that bright an idea, because it's not.
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