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13 Responses to “That story about a woman whose vote was a tie-breaker? Totally a Popeye cartoon.”

  1. Just to clarify, the election in question was in Walton, Kentucky, not Cincinnati. (I kind of freaked out there for a minute because I didn’t recall voting in any council races in Cincinnati.)

  2. t3kna2007 says:

    Dig the well before you’re thirsty …

  3. IamInnocent says:

    Selling one’s vote may be the only we have left of making the candidates hold their word…

  4. Mister44 says:

    I LOVE the old Popeye cartoons – especially the black and white ones. Toot toot!

  5. Antinous / Moderator says:

    How about just disqualifying the candidate whose spouse can’t be bothered to vote?

    • franko says:

      the way i heard it, it wasn’t that she couldnt’ be bothered, it was that she had a full schedule that day and simply didn’t make it to the polls on time, and the early voting period was shorter this year.

    • emcomments says:

      How about disqualifying people from “Running a Blog in a Public Place” who think marriage means you can control what your spouse does?

      • Antinous / Moderator says:

        Why? They all parade them around like prize pigs at the fair, implying that they’re assets to the campaign and the administration.

  6. Metostopholes says:

    Ha! “the single woman vote”… get it?

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