Unless I'm mistaken, there is no constitutional right to ride roller coasters, so there's that. But it's just amazing that clowns like Podhoretz don't understand that waiting in line for hours on end to vote might be a wee bit of a problem
November 6, 2012

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Unless I'm mistaken, there is no constitutional legal right to ride roller coasters, so there's that.

But it's just amazing that clowns like Podhoretz don't understand that waiting in line for hours on end to vote might be a wee bit of a problem if, say, you get paid by the hour, and your boss doesn't give you time off.

Guess you wouldn't if you were bequeathed a wingnut welfare gig by your dad.

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