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Tuesday, 19 November 2013

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Senator F. Scott (Drunk-MI.) is against the added burden of proving your sex under the proposed Gender ID Bill.

Washington,D.C.-You might have to prove whether you're a man or a woman in upcoming elections if a bill now under consideration in the United States Senate passes.

The bill requires voters to show proof of their sex in the form of a letter from their doctor. If a person can't afford a doctor, a friend can vouch for their sex just as long as that friend can prove that he or she, is the sex they say they are.

Critics are already complaining that the new bill would make it even harder for the sexually confused to vote. "We, I mean "they", already have a difficult time voting. We, I mean "they", certainly don't need the added burden of proving what we,I mean "they", are." exclaimed Senator F. Scotch(Drunk-MI.),who is known to his colleagues as "Flo".

Supporters of the bill argue that the new measure is necessary given the current situation. Senator Mack Davis (Reformed Drunk-WI), who is known to his colleagues as "Lois" explained. "During the last election we'd have these people coming to the polls and flashing the poll workers just to confirm their sex. Several of those workers are still in therapy a year later. My feeling is, if you can't prove your sex, you shouldn't be voting"

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