Chicken Costumes Banned At Nevada Polling Places
As illustrated by this frightening photograph that has nothing to do with this particular news story -- except for the Krazy Chicken Furry harassing some sort of political staffers -- a Chicken Furry is a very terrifying thing, especially for political people. What will the chicken do? Will it hold you down and make "chicken love" to your butt? These things have happened, this is serious! And that's why the State of Nevada has officially banned people in chicken suits from showing up at the Nevada early voting stations.
Imagine how scared *you* would be, to see such a thing, while you lived in Nevada. There is just no place for loud, stupid and obnoxious visual stimuli in Nevada.
The Reno Gazette Journal reports on this hard-hitting development:
At early voting stations that open today across the state, chicken suits are being added to the list of banned campaign material such as political buttons, shirts, hats and signs within 100 feet of polling places.
In this election year, wearing a chicken costume would be an "inappropriate and obvious" advocacy message against one particular candidate for U.S. Senate, said Washoe County Registrar of Voters Dan Burk.
But which candidate, and how could something as soothing and sexy as a Chicken Furry be "inappropriate"? Oh yeah because diingbat wingnutter Sue Lowden, who is running against Harry Reid, said we don't need health care because you can just bring your chicken down to the doctor and everybody could sex up the chicken and then use it as "bread" for a shit sandwich, the end.