News, but not the serious kind
Topless voters, nothing up their sleeves…
Blog Guy, I notice you provided full coverage of the Costa Rica elections over the weekend, but not the voting in Ukraine. How about some news from there?
Sure, okay. From looking quickly through our photo file, I guess people voted.
Is that one of those places where they put blue ink on your finger, to make sure you don’t vote twice?
No, it seems their system is, you take your shirt off when you vote, so you can’t vote twice. I believe it’s the voting system Hugh Hefner designed.
Hold on a minute, Blog Guy. That makes no sense. Couldn’t folks just put on another shirt and come vote AGAIN?
No, Mr. Smarty-Pants, check the photos. When you vote you also have to hold your ballot up over your head so everybody can see it.
Seems kind of a set-back for the secret ballot. How come in these photos, only women are voting?
Because I’m guessing the men mostly just stand around and watch the women vote.
As usual, Blog Guy, you lack any clue about what’s happening in an important global story. I won’t be back here.
Suit yourself, but then you’ll miss my hot Ukraine League of Women Voters photo slide show.
Activists from Ukrainian female rights organization “Femen” stage a demonstration at a polling station during the presidential election in Kiev February 7, 2010. The demonstrators protested against what they say are breaches of democratic principles in the country. REUTERS/Stringer