Monday, March 11, 2013

Michigan Republican To Stop Bridge Cards Being Issued To Dead People, And The Dead Aren't Grateful

Courageously risking the loss of a politically active and regularly-voting population in this state, Republican State Rep Tim Kelly is taking quite a chance in proposing legislation to prevent the issuance of Bridge cards (the modern food-stamp replacement) to deceased Michiganders.

The Detroit Free Press: Michigan lawmaker: No more Bridge Cards for the dead

The bill proposes to require what Human Services should already be doing: checking the death rolls monthly for anyone that may have died. If you're dead, no bridge card for you.

Whether this is the final straw that drives the dead to seek out human brains for sustenance is yet to be seen.

One thing is certain: This Republican sponsored bill certainly won't end, and if anything reinforces, the dead and undead's trend of voting straight-ticket Democrat.

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