Friday, 6 August 2010

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Voting booths will no longer be needed in California since District Court Judges are taking over.

California residents and voters are happy that they have been disenfranchised. They say that their government, who they have elected, must obviously know more about what they want and need than they do.

A few years ago, the California Legislature approved a measure banning gay marraige. Their Governor signed this into law. It was later struck down by a district court judge (that was appointed to the position by a politician).

Last year, California voters approved a ban on gay marraige. This ban had the wording approved by the California State Supreme Court before the election/voting took place. This week, that ban was struck down by a district court judge (also appointed by a politician).

Residents of the state are now happy to know that the California voters, the California Executive Branch, the California Legislative Branch, and the California Supreme Court have all become disenfranchised by two political appointees, who now obviously run the state.

Elwood Elliot of Los Angles said "I'm glad that these people have taken over for me. I never really thought that my vote or my voice counted for much anyway."

Sandra Spence of Oakland felt the same when she said "Voting and such is just a big waste of time. This way, I won't miss my talk shows on election day."

In a related story, Governor Arnold Schwarzenneger has promised to dissolve the state government and resign his position so that appointed District Judges can safeguard the rights and lives of the people of California.

The story above is a satire or parody. It is entirely fictitious.

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