I’ve always wondered since I saw Richard Pryor in the underrated ’80s comedy classic, Brewster’s Millions, why voting for no one on the ballot isn’t a viable option in U.S. elections.
Well, turns out that the state of Nevada has this option, so it will be interesting to see the outcome there given the strong disapproval ratings for both Harry Reid and the ethnically-confused Sharron Angle.
For more thoughts on having an “against” option in your vote, check out this “Radical Reboot” article from Mickey Kaus on Slate.
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