If you no reada da english you no getta to vote
Mexicans don't play Banjo's.
Do they check green cards at the voting booths?
Where are the signs that read, "Democrats vote on March 5"?
"Vote" means the same in the Mexican and American languages?
dude ... 2 million native-born Texans speak mostly Spanish.there is a whole world outside Wise County.
In that case, the sign has a spelling mistake. There should be an accent on the last i in "aqui" [sic].
You must be a citizen to vote. You must speak (some) English to be a citizen. I guess "vote here" may be too complex for some new citizens. I'm for much of the dual language stuff, but there is still a requirement to speak English for citizenship.
In fifteen or thirty minutes from now, I'm going to my first ever Demo caucus, at my local polling place here in Gawd's Country, Texas, USA. Yippeeeeee that I am no longer a pariah....yipppeeeeee for US!.......I've been waiting patiently.......almost eight years for Georgie Boy to not be POTUS any more. Gawd Bless America.I can hardly wait until November. Go BLUE!
yo barry - we need a percentage of total votes column on your spreadsheet. in case of run-offs etc.
Open up the comments on your voting thread asswipe!
BG, your run over the MESS ended because they, surprisingly, had the results up quicker. did you give it to them first?
Those always crack me up. I love it when you see the package in the store that has English and French, and the words are exactly the same, but the company decided it would be smart to put the word in both languages.
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