Topic: New Voting policy?
Joined Sun 11/18/07
Welcome to Tylerville, population: YOU (cause ur reading this)
Today is election day, and like all democratic nations you have a voice. Doesn't that make you happy?
You step into the poling station and sign by your name. You are then handed two documents:
1.) A ballot
2.) A test
YES... "A *&-damn test" (Don't think I can't hear your thoughts... silly reader). It's Tylerville remember? I make the rules, ur just a citizen, if you want to change it... VOTE! hehe
ANYway, the test isn't involved, so don't worry, but you had better have done some homework.
Today's exam has three questions, they highlight the primary differences in the two leading candidates. It's simply a task of matching who belongs where. Can you pass it?
ASSIGN A CANDIDATE TO THE FOLLOWING:
1.) Woman's right to choose - Pro-life
_____________________ - ___________________
2.) Troop surge in Brendonville - Increase attention on Pickastan border
__________________________ - ________________________________
3.) Lower taxes for families under 250K - Lower taxes for major corporations
_________________________________ - _____________________________
Heres the catch... get one wrong, then your vote doesn't count! How dare you try to select where this country goes if you don't know what your choosing!
Maybe we can get away with picking a car cause it's pretty or has the right color, but for our next president maybe we should look under the hood?
What do you think?