Udiah (witness to Yah) (1959 / USA)
Wisconsin Voting Statures Change Bill
Womb to the Tomb voting:
All citizen's of The Great Badger State will be able to vote
From the Womb to the tomb!
Explanation: To Forward plan to retake those rights
To which The Constitution of The United States gives all it's States
Objective: To remove all Amendments but those of the original constitution to which we agreed.
Leaving only: The Bill of Rights. Any changes made after each states entrance will be subject to our approval, here in God's country USA!
So if you're in the tomb, don't haunt us! (Stay far, far down south)
We once started the party, that you have shown to have quite a party on us here every year.
If you choose your freedom based on our values, then bring with you, your baby (two votes, you see) , and also every member of your non-liberal family. (must be at least age 16 to vote, able to ride and shoot or voting rights are retained for the father first) .
Requirement of voting: valid state approved picture ID, Reputable pregnancy test, citizen of the United States (documentation as to being born before 1969 alive) . DNA test required if not.
Time: you must reside in this state for more than five months per year, allowing all local citizens to take political potshots in all bars.
Testing Required: Any reputable religion will be tested for twisting good Christian scripture the RIGHT WAY, so bring your true heart.(your ass or mind…..doesn't matter) ……so you don't expose your idiocy when honouring our brave dead souls with a bow.
PUNISHMENT FOR FORGERY HERE: YOU guess it! Our insanity ‘till you hi-tail it out of town, or we see you're in Russia safe and sound!
NOW THAT'S A OPENED MINDED IDEAL TO SAVE OUR LIBERTY!
MIT, presidential candidate of 2012 PORK PARTY
Aaron Ziffle President of the TRUTH!
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