“Remember: Whether or not you vote is public record.”

We will KNOW if you didn’t vote for us, and maybe, who knows, your public assistance may be cut, or perhaps we will reduce the minutes on your obamaphone, we will know if you did not vote for us, and we will make you pay, mules. Not voting is double-plus ungood. Only thought criminals do not vote. Remember: Ignorance is Strength and Freedom is Slavery, voting for us is freedom. Vote or you will feel the pain of unpeace. Chocolate rations may be reduced to 25 grams per week!

Congratulations Charlie Crist, you do get the 1984 award for political tyranny!

via 90 Miles From Tyranny : Charlie Crist Issues Sinister Orwellian Threat To Florida Non Voters….

Thank God it seems we will have a majority in the legislature and probably a Veto-Proof one. Crist has payback written all over him.

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By Miguel.GFZ

Semi-retired like Vito Corleone before the heart attack. Consiglieri to J.Kb and AWA. I lived in a Gun Control Paradise: It sucked and got people killed. I do believe that Freedom scares the political elites.

6 thoughts on “90 Miles From Tyranny : Charlie Crist Issues Sinister Orwellian Threat To Florida Non Voters…”
  1. I think you’re stretching here. The point of the ad as I read it is that who you vote for remains private. There’s enough crap out there by the libtards without having to make specious accusations.

    1. In South Florida, it has a wee bit different connotation. You are dealing with a lot of voters that came from South America and the Caribbean where elections were less than honest and the way you voted did have influence in the way you lived (and may cost your life). You might be right, but I cannot dismiss the idea somebody might have thought along those lines making it a veiled threat. Some experiences are hard to get over it.

  2. The Republican Party has also mentioned monitoring voting status in their flyers and phone calls in my state. Their spiel runs something along the lines of “Your neighbors are turning out and voting early in large numbers. We’ve noticed that you haven’t returned your absentee ballot yet. Who you vote for is not public, but whether or not you vote is.”

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