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Texas State Legislature so Collegial They Let Each Other Cast their Ballots, How Heart-Warming

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Austin’s KEYE-TV exposes what may euphemistically be termed the ‘lax’ voting procedure of the Texas legislature, or if you were to apply the rules those same legislators propose for the rest of us – intentional, widespread voting fraud.

These same legislators presumably learned a little about the notion of ‘one person, one vote’ during our little redistricting fiasco. I’ll also assume for the sake of my sanity what small measure of faith in the system I’ve managed to retain through my first year of law school, that these legislators were voting the way they knew their absent colleagues would have voted had they been there.

via Boing Boing: Texas legislator explains her fraudulent voting on lack of “bathroom breaks”

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