November 29, 2012
by R J Shulman
WASHINGTON – (PTSD News Service) – After almost a month of soul searching regarding their November defeat, Republican leaders have announced reforms needed to recapture the White House. “Romney’s loss was not due to any flaws in Republican ideology or any failure on our part to properly get our message across,” said GOP National Chairman Reince Priebus, “We lost because too many of the wrong people voted.”
Senate Minority Leader, Mitch McConnell agreed, “We’ve begun a campaign to repeal the Fifteenth Amendment which gave the right to vote to former slaves and men of color, and to repeal the Nineteenth Amendment which broadened the vote to include broads. The right to vote,” McConnell continued, “has been shown to be more than these people can handle as they overwhelmingly voted for the wrong candidate. Since our research shows women and blacks will likely make these kinds of mistakes in the future, the Constitution must be changed back to its original purpose which certainly did not contemplate supporting all of this bad voting.”
House Majority Leader John Boehner believes this new strategy is fool proof. “If blacks and women can’t vote, then who will vote for the Democrats? No one, I say no one.”
Republican strategists said that along with the repeal of those two amendments, they will boost their efforts to overturn the Voting Rights Act and to make a more concerted effort to impose strict voter ID laws in all fifty states.
“You shouldn’t have the right to vote,” said House Majority Leader, Eric Cantor, “if you can’t vote right.