In January 2010 the former Massachusetts governor proudly cast a ballot for Republican Scott Brown in the special election to replace the late Sen. Ted Kennedy. He didn’t own property in the state at the time, and had registered to vote listing his son’s unfinished basement as his residence. Massachusetts law defines a residence for voter registration purposes as “where a person dwells and which is the center of his domestic, social, and civil life.” Anyone found guilty of committing voter fraud faces up to five years behind bars and a fine of $10,000.
Wow I actually feel really bad for republicans and people who don’t like Obama right now
they pretty much have no choices.
if romney gets arrested then wtf happens
who does the nomination go to???
oh god the comedy keeps coming
I know what they say about rich white guys regarding prison, but it would be the most hilarious thing if they just decided to make an example out of him Conrad Black style.
So help me, if there is a just God, make this happen and I’ll convert and become a nun.
(Source: idcaboutostriches, via winneganfake)